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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa2829b88) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
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HASH(0xa27003f0) out of 5 stars Digging some of it! 12 Aug. 2013
By Joe - Published on Amazon.com
Team Ghost is a French electronic music group founded by Nicolas Fromageau. If the name sounds familiar, it's because he was a co-founder of M83. You can hear some tracks of their new album "Rituals" on Spotify from various singles, but not the whole album as of yet.
This album wasn't really my cup of tea, but at the same time there were some really cool moments that drew me in.
Throughout the album, I had a hard time understanding the lyrics, sometimes due to the extensive processing, and sometimes due to the French accent on the English lyrics. At the same time, though, the lyrics were so sparse that you could listen intently and pick up the majority of them. The vocals felt like the vocals in an old big band song. They were often just a sweetening element for a verse, a means of justifying the title of the song, but then the instruments and production would do the brunt of the work for much longer stretches of time. If you're looking for innovative lyrics that make you think, keep moving.
Most of these songs are very catchy with usually quite straightforward pop harmonies, but the production and instrumental work is front and center on this album. A frequent device throughout the album was the layering of dissonant guitars over the basic groove, and I always wanted this kind of guitar-playing to come more to the fore, but maybe that's just me.
Out of the 12 tracks, a few stood out to me. I wish more of the album was like the opening track, "Away". The structure of the track is very cool and you're in a totally different sonic space by the end, and I wish more tracks were dynamic like this. "Somebody's Watching" stood out by making me uncomfortable. With the release of this album coinciding with the summer of discovering some of the extent of U.S. surveillance, it's a cool idea for a song to respond to somebody watching by encouraging someone to "keep on (something i can't reference on amazon), babe". Sure, sure, if that's your scene I bet you'd dig this song. "Dead Film Star" was straightforward harmonically, but with such a driving groove that you had to get into it. I feel like it would KILL in a live performance- I guess it's no surprise that it's the first single off the album. "All We Left Behind" had this wonderful moment about 2:30 in where the drums come in. It was such a gratifying change in the texture and it stood out to me as a kind of moment I wished had happened a lot more on this album.

All in all for me: a little static, a little weird, but I'm glad I listened and I think you would be too.
HASH(0xa2743228) out of 5 stars Not a bad effort, but lacked effort. 15 Sept. 2013
By Hammer-Y - Published on Amazon.com
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It needed to be punchy, I think. It has the shoe-gaze sounds, but it lacks flair and punch. The best song is Dead Film Star, and I wish the whole album went in this direction, rather than the standard shoegaze roll.
HASH(0xa2743e58) out of 5 stars Really good album, and they do plenty to distinguish themselves ... 22 April 2016
By Tom Stopsign - Published on Amazon.com
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Really good album, and they do plenty to distinguish themselves from M83 while still sounding like they had their roots there.
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HASH(0xa2743c30) out of 5 stars Another great album by Team Ghost 13 May 2013
By Steve - Published on Amazon.com
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I really love this band and hope they tour the U.S. soon. I do like their previous two albums more, but this is still a solid album.
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