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Lexaunculpt - The Blurring Of Trees album mp3

Performer: Lexaunculpt
Title: The Blurring Of Trees
Released: 2003
Style: Leftfield, Abstract, IDM, Modern Classical, Ambient
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 301
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Lexaunculpt’s THE BLURRING OF TREES forces the classical and the contemporary into an uneasy truce, a musical Cold War. Has Been Trying Not to Wonder has a pastoral vibe that survives one tempo change, but disappears into clattery rhythm patterns. Le Elancholia is dominated by strings, with electronics breaking the surface every so often. Emori Dixon Renamed closes things on quivering strings and dynamic intensity, reinforcing the notion that, while flawed, this album is still worthwhile. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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The Blurring of Trees is simultaneously jarring and sublime, with enough elements going on to ensure that repeated listening is both a necessity and a pleasure. Absolutely stunning and one of the most solid releases on the Planet Mu imprint to date.

Album · 2003 · 11 Songs. The Blurring of Trees Lexaunculpt.

The Blurring Of Trees. Lexaunculpt - The Tuning Of Miniature Modems 01:05. Lexaunculpt - Has Been Trying Not To Wonder 07:55. Lexaunculpt - A Funeral For A Pink Elephant Ear 01:40. Lexaunculpt - Ninety-Seven Cars And Free Love 03:10. Lexaunculpt - Drowning Cricket Quartet 04:15. Lexaunculpt - Le Elancholia 04:45. Lexaunculpt - The Unmute Clipon Revolver 03:30. Lexaunculpt - Strangelove Offline 05:34. Lexaunculpt - Mister Bloodvessel Opener 03:51.

Is The Blurring Of Trees the best album by Lexaunculpt? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Lexaunculpt - The Blurring of Trees PLANET MU CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 4d 12h 12m 23s. Ships to: Worldwide.

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Lexaunculpt's THE BLURRING OF TREES forces the classical and the contemporary into an uneasy truce, a musical Cold War. "Has Been Trying Not to Wonder" has a pastoral vibe that survives one tempo change, but disappears into clattery rhythm patterns. Le Elancholia" is dominated by strings, with electronics breaking the surface every so often.

Tracklist

1 The Tuning Of Miniature Modems 1:05
2 Has Been Trying Not To Wonder 7:55
3 A Funeral For A Pink Elephant Ear 1:40
4 Ninety-Seven Cars And Free Love 3:10
5 Drowning Cricket Quartet 4:15
6 Le Elancholia 4:45
7 The Unmute Clipon Revolver 3:30
8 Strangelove Offline 5:34
9 Mister Bloodvessel Opener 3:51
10 Oddrey Merged 7:04
11 Emori Dixon Renamed 5:48

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Disctronics

Credits

  • Artwork [32.48 Notation] – Greg Doyle
  • Composed By – Alex Graham
  • Design – Shane Lester

Notes

(p) (c) 2003 Planet Mu Records Ltd.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 600116806925
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS ZIQ069 02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04F1


Reviews (3)
Funky
Lexaunculpt’s THE BLURRING OF TREES forces the classical and the contemporary into an uneasy truce, a musical Cold War. “Has Been Trying Not to Wonder” has a pastoral vibe that survives one tempo change, but disappears into clattery rhythm patterns. “Le Elancholia” is dominated by strings, with electronics breaking the surface every so often. The continual changing of moods (from shrill blipping to lush strings on “Drowning Cricket Quartet” or from harsh digital to soothing ambience on “Oddrey Merged”) keeps the listener’s attention quite well—but it also makes the tracks with less development, like the abstract “Ninety Seven Cars and Free Love” or “Mister Bloodvessel Opener” seem less interesting. Even though these tracks are constructed with obvious care, the album overall seems to lack a certain structure that would have given it more cohesion, but the slow stomp of “Strangelove Offline” add rhythmic interest. “Emori Dixon Renamed” closes things on quivering strings and dynamic intensity, reinforcing the notion that, while flawed, this album is still worthwhile.

Jugami
Yet another planet mu classic, Lexaunculpt delivers a beautifully constructed lp full of delicately constructed beats and string arrangements that actually sound like strings, not cheap synths!! A must buy for all fans of the more chilled out side of planet mu.

Giamah
This record is very deep musically. The arrangements and processing of real string sections (they sound real) are brilliant. One of the most creative albums to come out recently in the idm scene. While not particularly dancey, the production is fabulous. It's a shame Planet-Mu didn't press it to vinyl.

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