Röyksopp ‎– Senior

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MB3 Records ‎– MB3 002
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1 ....And The Forest Began To Sing
Bass – Ole Vegard Skauge
1:50
2 Tricky Two 7:51
3 The Alcoholic
Guitar – Kato Ådland
5:11
4 Senior Living
Arranged By [Strings], Performer [Strings] – Davide Rossi
5:10
5 The Drug 5:58
6 Forsaken Cowboy
Vocals – Linda Fay Hella
5:28
7 The Fear
Bass – Kato Ådland, RöyksoppDrums – Bjørn Sæther
7:02
8 Coming Home 5:05
9a A Long, Long Way 4:00
Hidden Track
9b The Final Day 6:42

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Notes

The hidden track "The Final Day" is not mentioned on the record.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 50358 00301 3
  • Matrix / Runout: >MB3002 K0A09F
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L534
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9219

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WOS080CD Röyksopp Senior(CD, Album) Wall Of Sound WOS080CD Europe 2010 Sell This Version
TOCP-66953 Röyksopp Senior(CD, Album) EMI TOCP-66953 Japan 2010 Sell This Version
si52cd Röyksopp Senior(CD, Album) Sound Improvement si52cd Poland 2010 Sell This Version
50999 90806629 Röyksopp Senior(CD, Album) EMI 50999 90806629 Norway 2010 Sell This Version
50999 90806629 Röyksopp Senior(CD, Album) EMI 50999 90806629 Australasia 2010 Sell This Version

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szuja

szuja

November 9, 2011
definitely, their best album ever!
scoundrel

scoundrel

August 26, 2011

SENIOR is the (mostly instrumental) accompaniment to Röyksopp’s JUNIOR, and it provides a sedate contrast to the more upbeat album. “…And the Forest Began to Sing” is an almost ambient introduction, but “Tricky Two” (essentially a dub version of “Tricky Tricky”) gets the beats moving. But for the most part, things stay at a calm tempo: “The Alcoholic” brings things back down for a guitar-driven, almost folksy, track that feels almost earnest in its sincerity. The slide guitar on “Senior Living” adds a touch of despondency, while “The Drug” is much more sedate than its name would suggest. “Forsaken Cowboy” lives up to its title, with some spectral country-western strumming, while “Coming Home” is a bucolic slice of life. The final track, “A Long, Long Way” returns to ambience, letting this curious mini-album drift off, like an ice floe floating in the Arctic Ocean. (That hidden track, though, is pretty creepy.)