King Midas Sound ‎– Waiting For You...

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Tracklist

1 Cool Out 2:58
2 Waiting For You 3:13
3 One Ting 4:20
4 Earth A Killya 4:45
5 Darlin' 3:36
6 Meltdown 4:26
7 I Man 4:18
8 Untitled 1:41
9 Goodbye Girl 4:56
10 Lost 3:21
11 Sumtime 1:27
12 Outta Space 5:08
13 Miles And Miles 2:43

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Credits

Notes

Distro: info@cargorecords.co.uk
Mastered @ Transition

Comes as digipack including 24 page booklet.

There is no tracklisting. The booklet contains only lyrics; the instrumental track 8 is untitled.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 055300 303257
  • Barcode (Reader): 5055300303257

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HDBLP003 King Midas Sound Waiting For You...(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Hyperdub HDBLP003 UK 2010 Sell This Version
HDBCD003PROMO King Midas Sound Waiting For You...(CD, Album, Promo) Hyperdub HDBCD003PROMO UK 2009 Sell This Version
HDBCD003PROMO King Midas Sound Waiting For You...(CD, Album, Promo) Hyperdub HDBCD003PROMO UK 2009 Sell This Version

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mrsctt

mrsctt

November 15, 2010
If the first poster can tell me how this sounds like Blue Lines, let me know, as that's clearly a poor reference. For me it's more like the opposite of the Bug, Kevin Martin's other project, kind of warm but oppressive, with heavy bass and strong on atmosphere. The production is electronic, bassy and the sound design is too oppressive and cinematic to play in the background at a dinner party. Roger Robinson's gentle singing is cracked and sweet, whilst the lady who sings on some of the tracks adds a spectral presence.
halfpolish

halfpolish

October 10, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

It's negative that sounds exactly like an album that released 20 years ago...
...but it's positive that ''blue lines'' is a masterpiece...and ''waiting for you'' is a very nice album...everyone copies these days...so,it's better to copy something great..!
seagater

seagater

January 8, 2010

The sonic partner of Massive Attack or Tricky? Next level dub variations of the highest caliber, something out of an old Alfred Hitchcock film or not? A universe unexplored or not? While listening, these are some of the questions you may end up asking yourself. It is unclear, whatever it is, it had me in sonic limbo for its 60+ minute duration. Incredible work to say the very least.