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  • Audio CD (24 Sept. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN: B008MAB51I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD |  Vinyl |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 67,221 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Superliminal
  2. Channel 42 (Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner)
  3. The Veldt (featuring Chris James) [8 minute edit]
  4. Fn Pig
  5. Professional Griefers (featuring Gerard Way)
  6. Maths
  7. There might be coffee
  8. Take care of the proper paperwork
  9. Closer
  10. October
  11. Sleepless
  12. Failbait (featuring Cypress Hill)
  13. Telemiscommunications (deadmau5 & Imogen Heap)

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Product Description

deadmau5's album > album title goes here < features single "Professional Griefers" which sits on the tougher end of deadmau5’s productions and features Gerard Way on vocals. Other collaborations include "Channel 42" with Wolfgang Gartner, "Telemiscommincations" with Imogen Heap, single "The Veldt" featuring Chris James and "Failbait" featuring legendary hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill.

BBC Review

He’s a divisive sort, deadmau5. That’s okay, many of music’s most interesting characters are. But it’s notable that he – he being 31-year-old Toronto EDM producer Joel Zimmerman – seems to thrive off putting noses out of joint.

Whether he’s declaring that DJ culture “bores me to f***ing tears”, or explaining the nature of electronic live performance as “pressing the space bar”, or clashing with figures as diverse as Madonna to Paris Hilton to A Guy Called Gerald, it is quite clear that the man in the mouse’s head is not out to make friends.

There is little love, peace and understanding to >album title goes here<. From the snarky title to the oppressive robo-beat barrage that is his stock-in-trade, Zimmerman has the stance of a pugilist. This in itself can be fairly impressive. Superliminal and Channel 42 advance impassively, hydraulic and monstrous, crushing all in their path with insistent four-to-the-floor rhythm and heavy, saturated synth.

Professional Griefers, meanwhile – named, presumably, in honour of those who intentionally disrupt multi-player online video games – enlists My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way for a guitar-smeared stomp reminiscent of Marilyn Manson in its evil countenance and deranged wreckage of imagery: “Morning sickness / X-Y-Z / Teenage girls with ESP!”

Undoubtedly, though, there is a lack of soul to this set. The peaks and troughs are too artificially plotted to feel properly euphoric, and even when Zimmerman does come upon a sweet melody he calls it something like Fn Pig and nails it senselessly to a lurching, head-banger beat. Only on the closing Telemisccommunications, a shimmering cloud of glitch-electro relating a relationship lived through transatlantic telephone lines, does he really find something approaching emotion.

Perhaps a little more time spent listening to his dance music forbearers would give >album title goes here< a little heart. Right now, for all its impressive fireworks, it feels hollow as its title.

--Reef Younis

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