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  • Audio CD (24 Mar. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Paper and Glue Ltd
  • ASIN: B0010AP9D2
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 931,827 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Mess With Me
  2. Joy
  3. Blame
  4. It's Better To Have Loved
  5. Not That Big
  6. Knock Me Out
  7. Crime
  8. Battleships
  9. Little White Lie
  10. Invisible Ink (prelude)
  11. Invisible Ink
  12. Winter's Coming
  13. Invisible Ink (reprise) - Hidden Track

Product Description

About the Artist

Temposhark are an English electronic rock band who were formed in London by singer and songwriter Robert Diament and producer Luke Busby. They are best known for their songs 'Joy', 'It's Better To Have Loved' and 'Not That Big' a duet with singer Imogen Heap. Other notable artist collaborations include Guy Sigsworth, Sean McGhee, Youth (aka Martin Glover from Killing Joke) and the virtuoso violinist Sophie Solomon. Temposhark have remixed artists as varied as Kate Havnevik, MIA, Camille, HelloGoodbye and Melnyk.

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If a musical scientist merged Pet Shop Boys and Trent Reznor they might just create the UK band known as TempoShark and it's lovely lead signer (and writer or co-writer on most songs) Rob Diament. From the opening, lush string arrangements on the first track, "Don't Mess With Me" you know you are in store for an amazing song, as well as an amazing album filled with so many emotions and characters. "Don't Mess with Me" deals with an egotisical rock star struggeling to get to the top and get a record deal. Early on he does, and he gets diluted in all the fame and attention. He believes nothing can harm him and no one will take it away.

"Joy" is the next track, it's a track that would fit on a Mika or Scissor Sisters CD. Its got one of the catchiest hooks and chorus, it makes you want to get up to dance and sing along "so impressive, so beautiful....Joy, joy, joy...." And a song that can compare gazing up at the stars to an orgasm is just pure genius on the writer's part. And that's in the first verse!

"Blame" is such a beautifully and expertly layered song, musically. There are so many layers of strings, keyboards, electric guitar and bass, and real drums. It adds even more to the wonderful dramatic tone in Rob Diament's vocals. A song about money: getting in the way of emotions of a relationship. Those in the relationship thought money would make it better, but it really was the love and simple things that made it work.

"Its Better to Have Loved", asks the question that has plagued man for years "is it better to have loved than not love at all?". Looking back at your life and wishing you could have done things more differently .
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Quick on posting, thanks. the product was as described. as for the content, i checked out the songs on youtube, liked it so bought it. so do the same and if you like it, then buy it!
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