Preemptive Strike Import
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For those of you who are still here I can tell you now this album is more shadow, which is a VERY good thing - however, I personally feel just a touch "fobbed off" by this release - you ownly really get 5 new tracks (Two parts of "What does your soul look like" are simply mirrored from Endtroducing) and the remix of Organ Donor is nothing too new and groundbreaking. However, there are three tracks on this album that are up there with his best - High Noon, an upbeat guitar driven track and What does your Soul look like parts 2 & 3 are nothing short of amazing...
Worth it for these three tracks alone but shurley this is an EP relase rather than a full album?
As epic as Entroducing is, this collection pushes the envelope even further. What Does Your Soul Look Like part 2 is nothing short of vast in scale with its dramatic strings, crashing drums and mournful vocals. In contrast, part 3 is delicate and minimal, a meandering flute and tinkling piano taking centre stage. Every defining characteristic of Entroducing (delicate ambience, long patient pauses, impeccable drum breaks, slow, smoothly paced song dynamics) is taken that bit further in these songs. Despite being a collection of separately composed tracks, the album flows surprisingly well, with Organ Donor and High Noon as the perfect closers.
Put simply, Preemptive Strike is an absolute must for any fan of Entroducing.
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Bought this for my partner who has many CD's by this artist. He was thrilled with the present. Service from Amazon was fab also.Published on 17 Feb. 2014 by Gem
This album probably has a hidden meaning its so deep. I dont know what hidden message their might be, perhaps something religious judging from WDYSLL. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2001 by AH Gunn
As you've probably already heard/read, 'Endtroducing...' is the place to start if you're new to Shadow but if you already own that LP and enjoy it (which, frankly, you most likely... Read morePublished on 1 Feb. 2001 by D. NIXON