Saturdays=youth  - M83

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M83 - Saturdays=youth From early fumblings like At The Party on 2001's self-titled debut to the bliss-fuzz of Teen Angst from 2005's breakthrough album Before The Dawn Heals Us, the French producer's dramatic space-rock tends to evoke the innocence and wonder of this hormonally charged time. But Saturdays=Youth is his most explicit celebration yet of how it feels to be dazed, confused and 15 years old
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Saturdays=Youth is the fifth studio album from M83. Recorded with Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, Suede) and Ewan Pearson (Tracey Thorn, The Rapture, Ladytron) Saturdays = Youth delivers the rich sonic textures for which M83 is well known - this time with a more focused approach to song structure and form. For M83's chief star-gazer Anthony Gonzalez, his youth is something he looks back upon with affection, something that has become the defining theme of his enchanting new album, Saturdays=Youth. The idea of youth - wasted, gilded or otherwise - has featured prominently in M83's music. From early fumblings like At The Party on 2001's self-titled debut to the bliss-fuzz of Teen Angst from 2005's breakthrough album Before The Dawn Heals Us, the French producer's dramatic space-rock tends to evoke the innocence and wonder of this hormonally charged time. But Saturdays=Youth is his most explicit celebration yet of how it feels to be dazed, confused and 15 years old. The eighties styling extends to the artwork, featuring a host of characters including a red-haired Molly Ringwald lookalike on the sleeve. Gonzalez states his main influences as 80s English bands and classic John Hughes teen movies such as The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles.

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. You Appearing
  2. Kim & Jessie
  3. Skin Of The Night
  4. Graveyard Girl
  5. Couleurs
  6. Up !
  7. We Own The Sky
  8. Highway Of Endless Dreams
  9. Too Late
  10. Dark Moves Of Love
  11. Midnight Souls Still Remain
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