Sigha ‎– Living With Ghosts

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Tracklist

Mirror 1:54
Ascension 5:21
Puritan 6:40
Scene Couple 6:33
Translate 9:15
Suspension 2:21
Dressing For Pleasure (Ideal) 5:34
Faith And Labour 8:04
Delicate 2:42
Dressing For Pleasure (Extract) 3:50
She Kills In Ecstasy 4:45
Aokigahara 10:54

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HFCD009 Sigha Living With Ghosts(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Hotflush Recordings HFCD009 UK 2012
HFLP009 Sigha Living With Ghosts(2xLP, Album) Hotflush Recordings HFLP009 UK 2012 Sell This Version
HFLP009 Sigha Living With Ghosts(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Hotflush Recordings HFLP009 UK 2012 Sell This Version
HFCD009JP Sigha Living With Ghosts(CD, Album) Disk Union HFCD009JP Japan 2012 Sell This Version
HFCD009 Sigha Living With Ghosts(CD, Album) Hotflush Recordings HFCD009 UK 2012 Sell This Version

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Tahrikator

Tahrikator

October 20, 2016
referencing Living With Ghosts, 12xFile, MP3, Album, 320, HFCD009
On my (uncensored) CD version the track durations are different than above. For example 'Aokigahara' is 10:12, not 10:55 and it sounds clearly different at the beginning. So what's the matter here guys, can you tell?
yeswehavetheright

yeswehavetheright

September 20, 2013
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Living With Ghosts, 2xLP, Album, HFLP009
As an artist, I rate Sigha above his cohort Shifted - his music tends to have more depth and space. The digital version of this album contains some cracking DJ material ("Scene Couple", "Puritan" & "Faith and Labour" are the standouts) and some other "stuff" which just fills the space.

What's particularly disappointing with the vinyl version is that the best DJ tracks aren't on it. Instead, the space filler takes it's place and you're left feeling short-changed. What a shame.

jiggawhat

jiggawhat

January 1, 2013
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Living With Ghosts, 12xFile, MP3, Album, 320, HFCD009

I too enjoy the minimal, repetitive, "loopy" brand of techno Sigha produces. On tracks like "Puritan", "Translate", and "Scene Couple" it can be really hypnotic, entrancing, and powerful. But it does get stale when he gets a little too trigger-happy on the loop button. I think he can do better, the style is excellent, it just needs more depth.
k-wax_records

k-wax_records

November 24, 2012
referencing Living With Ghosts, 2xLP, Album, HFLP009
I must say, that I' m bit of disappointed with this album... I mean, it' s not so bad, but in compare of his latest releases, Living With Ghosts has something dejected and trivial, I do not feel anything special while listening. I really like repetetive and minimalistic style of Sigha, but this time it just doesn' t work, it doesn' t convince me at all. That' s a shame.
platesofbeef

platesofbeef

November 23, 2012
referencing Living With Ghosts, 2xLP, Album, HFLP009
Quality techno album from one of the hottest UK producers around. Also, the image shown here is from the early edition release. Later versions were censored.