Thursday, March 12, 2009

Stereolab - Dots and Loops

Stereolab was formed from the ashes of the 80s leftist indie outfit McCarthy by guitarist and keyboardist Tim Gane and vocalist Lætitia Sadier. The pair had met after a McCarthy gig in Paris and Sadier had joined the group for its final album. The distinctive Stereolab sound was established almost immediately and owed a lot to the Krautrock pulse of Can and NEU!, the primal rock'n'roll drone of The Velvet Underground, and a dose of French Pop sensibility, particularly evident in Sadier's bilingual vocals.

Stereolab - Dots and Loops

Country : U.K.
Year : 1997


1 Brakhage 5:30
2 Miss Modular 4:29
3 The Flower Called Nowhere 4:55
4 Diagonals 5:15
5 Prisoner of Mars 4:03
6 Rainbo Conversation 4:46
7 Refractions in the Plastic Pulse 17:32
8 Parsec 5:34
9 Ticker-Tape of the Unconscious 4:45
10 Contronatura 9:03

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Anonymous said...

thanks for this, used to have it on disc, pleasure, zabba

controller said...

Thanks, but what happened to track 7?

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