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A Winged Victory For The SullenThe Undivided Five

Label:Ninja Tune – ZENCD255
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic, Classical
Style:Modern Classical, Ambient

Tracklist

1Our Lord Debussy9:52
2Sullen Sonata5:23
3The Haunted Victorian Pencil1:29
4The Slow Descent Has Begun4:55
5Aqualung, Motherfucker5:19
6A Minor Fifth Is Made Of Phantoms4:59
7Adios, Florida6:29
8The Rhythm Of A Dividing Pair4:52
9Keep It Dark, Deutschland2:35
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Notes

In gatefold cardboard sleeve with inner slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC-12885
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L577
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9703
  • Matrix / Runout: AJ84651-01

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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The Undivided Five (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear/Silver Marbled)Ninja Tune, Ninja TuneZEN255X, ZEN255UK2019
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The Undivided Five (LP, Album, Gatefold)Ninja TuneZEN255UK2019
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The Undivided Five (9×File, WAV, Album, 24-bit 96 kHz)Ninja TuneZENDNL255UK2019
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The Undivided Five (9×File, FLAC, Album, 24bit)Ninja TuneZENDNL255UK2019
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The Undivided Five (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Clear/Silver Marbled+Print)Ninja Tune, Ninja TuneZEN255X, ZEN255UK2019

Reviews

  • Tartarusrussell's avatar
    I can report that the black test pressing sounds great - no issues.
    • Moesko's avatar
      Moesko
      Edited 2 years ago
      It's here.

      Yes, A Winged Victory For The Sullen is one of those few bands that come out with a new album, and you don't really have to say anything. But still, a few words.

      It's beautiful. The word 'beautiful' should be saved up for things like this. The fourth album by the duo follows the same path as the predecessors, both in duet and solo – but also provides a somehow new sound design and new approach to contemporary classical music. It's very ambient in nature, Adam's Stars of the Lid years are more present here, than ever before. Just like the marvellous cover artwork, it's quite abstract and dream-like. The album can't really be divided into single tracks, it's more like a body of organism, it floats, it mutates, it blurs most of the sharp edges, but at times it comes to the surface and shows moments of clarity.

      The Undivided Five is neither pathetic, nor cathartic. And yet, you feel a huge emotional cleansing at the end. It moves you like very few things can. What an album.

      10/10

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