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CFCFContinent

Label:Paper Bag Records – PAPER049LP
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Electro, Synth-pop, Disco

Tracklist

A1Raining Patterns7:25
A2Big Love
Written-ByLindsay Buckingham*
6:22
B1Invitation To Love6:06
B2Summerlong1:53
B3You Hear Colours5:38
C1Monolith7:11
C2Half Dreaming5:28
C3Letters Home4:58
C4Break-In3:08
D1Come Closer6:07
D2Snake Charmer8:23
D3Half Dreaming Reprise2:41
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Recorded at home 2008-2009, Montreal

℗ & © 2009 Paper Bag Records.
Made in Canada.

CFCF & Paper Bag Records acknowledge the financial support of Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) & of Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Continent (CD, Album)Paper Bag RecordsPAPER049Canada2009
Continent (12", Coke Bottle Clear, 12", Olive Green, CD, , All Media, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)Paper Bag Records, Paper Bag RecordsPAPER049LP, PAPER049Canada2013
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Continent (12×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Paper Bag RecordsPAPER049Canada2013
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Continent (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress, Clear)Paper Bag RecordsPBV016Canada2021

Reviews

unspoke's avatar
unspoke
Edited 8 years ago
Repress due October 2013
nathansrecords's avatar
As successful as Continent is at evoking mood using deliberate pacing and ripe textures, it also managed to wrap its meticulously pruned pop reticence around everything from hushed poser-disco suites ("Invitation to Love") to sexy, swoon-struck soft-rock grooves ("Raining Patterns"). Hell, there's even a great Fleetwood Mac cover wedged in there, too. Since it's so easy to lose yourself in these lithe, languid electronic ruminations, it's no wonder that nearly everything I've read about CFCF-- and more specifically Continent itself-- has focused on the cinematic characteristics in Silver's work. But fair may it be to categorize these dozen tracks as a series of very accomplished daydream canvases, Continent becomes a richer experience when looked at as independent of any peripheral distraction, with its pop-friendly attention-grabbers very much in the foreground. (Pitchfork)

CFCF established himself through mining our pop culture collective conscious on Continent, re-imagining Alan Parsons or Arthur Russell and remixing FM classics like ‘Midas Touch’. You could definitely tell that this is a guy who likes a good pop hook; (Fact magazine)