Laurel Halo ‎– Quarantine

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Hyperdub ‎– HDBCD14
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CD, Album, Partially Mixed
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Tracklist

1 Airsick 3:59
2 Years 2:53
3 Thaw 5:59
4 Joy 3:28
5 MK Ultra 4:18
6 Wow 1:23
7 Carcass 4:33
8 Holoday 1:51
9 Tumor 2:40
10 Morcom 3:04
11 Nerve 2:32
12 Light + Space 4:50

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Recorded at Endless Echo (Brooklyn), So Many Fields (Brooklyn) and 4AD Studios (London).
Mastered at Transition.

Artwork from Harakiri School Girls, 2002.
Photo by Kei Miyajima, Watai Collection; © Makoto Aida, courtesy of Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo.

Published by Endless Echo (SESAC)
℗ & © 2012 Hyperdub Ltd.
Distributed by Cargo, cargorecords.co.uk

Digipak packaging.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Stickered): 5055300330574
  • Matrix / Runout: key production manufacturing for music and media www.keyproduction.co.uk KEY HDBCD014 IFPI LP76
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Rights Society: SESAC

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRHD014 Laurel Halo Quarantine(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Beat Records BRHD014 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
HDBLP014 Laurel Halo Quarantine(LP, Album) Hyperdub HDBLP014 UK 2012 Sell This Version
HDBCD14 Laurel Halo Quarantine(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Hyperdub HDBCD14 UK 2012
HDBCD014PROMO Laurel Halo Quarantine(CDr, Album, Promo) Hyperdub HDBCD014PROMO UK 2012 Sell This Version

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HrtAttK

June 5, 2012

I wanted to add my two cents as the reviews of this album have caused quite a stir. The main point of contention seems to be her voice and the intentional "pitching" of the voice over the songs. I personally love it! Laurel's music is great and in my opinion the inclusion of her voice makes the songs more listenable. I do not think I would like this album as much without her voice. I think a great example of this would be the song "Years". The ambiance of the song is done very well but having the vocals pushed to the front in the manner they are just makes the song to me more powerful. I could understand if this was Laurel Halo's first release and there was no history of her music to look to as reference. Any who, I would listen to snippets to see if this is something you would be interested in. As in my case, the debates among friends have been good. The album seems to be a "Love it or Hate it" type affair. Great job Hyperdub on releasing this. It has been on repeat ever since I received it. What do you all think?