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Deadmau5 - > album title goes here < After a recent creative spree in his freshly overhauled state-of-the-art Toronto studio, deadmau5 delivers his highly anticipated new album, comically titled > album title goes here <. > album title goes here < features all original production by deadmau5, and high profile collaborations including vocalists Imogen Heap ('Telemiscommunications'), Chris James ('The Veldt' - the critically acclaimed track that hit #3 on the ARIA Club Chart) and legendary hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill ('Failbait'). The biggest surprise is unexpected collaboration with Gerard Way, lead singer of My Chemical Romance for the new single 'Professional Griefers'. The single sits on the tougher end of deadmau5's productions, with stomping beats, heavily distorted guitar stabs, discordant synth strikes and an anthemic chorus by one of the most distinctive voices in rock. The video was created by Grammy and Golden Globe award winner Dave Stewa
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After a recent creative spree in his freshly overhauled state-of-the-art Toronto studio, deadmau5 delivers his highly anticipated new album, comically titled > album title goes here <.
> album title goes here < features all original production by deadmau5, and high profile collaborations including vocalists Imogen Heap, Chris James and legendary hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill ('Failbait'). The biggest surprise is unexpected collaboration with Gerard Way, lead singer of My Chemical Romance for the new single 'Professional Griefers'. The single sits on the tougher end of deadmau5's productions, with stomping beats, heavily distorted guitar stabs, discordant synth strikes and an anthemic chorus by one of the most distinctive voices in rock. The video was created by Grammy and Golden Globe award winner Dave Stewart's Weapons of Mass Entertainment production company. The video will premiere on Youtube globally late August, and is set to be one of the most impressive videos ever created by an EDM artist!

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. Superliminal
  2. Channel 42
  3. The Veldt - Feat. Chris James (8 Minute Version)
  4. Fn Pig
  5. Professional Griefers - Feat. Gerard Way
  6. Maths
  7. There Might Be Coffee
  8. Take Proper Care Of The Paperwork
  9. Closer
  10. October
  11. Sleepless
  12. Failbait - Feat. Cypress Hill
  13. Telecommunications - Feat. Imogen Heap

Disc 2:

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    Boss Album

    Michael on 21.09.2012

    This album went BIG. Some boss tracks on a consistent album. Deadmau5 lays down some solid beats on this album, further solidifying him as one of the best dj's in the world

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