Lonerism - Tame Impala
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It's a quantum leap forward for the band, the seeds of which were sown shortly after their debut album 'Innerspeaker' was mixed. Featuring twelve new songs, Lonerism's most apparent advance is in its synthesizers - there's swathes of them cutting melancosmic shapes across almost every track. There's still the searing guitar lines, bouldering drums, free bass and of course Parker's voice, but now there's heavily mournful pads and sunshine lead lines from an army of analogue explorers in the mix.
- Be Above It
- Endors Toi
- Apocalypse Dreams
- Mind Mischief
- Music To Walk Home By
- Why Won't They TalK To Me?
- Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
- Keep On Lying
- She Just Won't Believe Me
- Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control
- Sun's Coming Up
'Tame Impala' is Bliss
Zac Philippa on 05.10.2012
AMAZING! They have stepped up the bar, providing the most chilled and groovy moves. Well done!!
Tame Impala 'Lonerism'
Lethe - Little Boom Music on 15.10.2012
The band take you to a vivid world of rock art where you can run free through a dreamscape and swing your hips, your head and your arms as you dance in the surrounds of a technic coloured feast for the mind and the ears. it’s superb!
lovesausmusic on 06.12.2012
This album is great to chill out to. I'm not sure if it is as awesome as Innerspeaker (their first album) but it's pretty close. You won't be disapointed! My favourite so far is Mind Mischief but this band has a high standard for all their tracks which is great to see.
Trent on 09.12.2012
I can't Stop Listening to This!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Not as good as I hoped
Ranasakawa on 17.01.2013
I wanted to like this album, but its not a strong album at all. I was a huge fan when I discovered Tame Impala on JJJ. The song Half Full Glass Of Wine is an absolute classic. However this new CD has no balls, its a very moody keyboard based album, same compressed drums and muffled vocals without the driving guitar rythyms that the early songs had. I just can't give this more than 3 stars. Sounds like a one man band, feels like a one man band and has little of the inspired music that Tame Impala had when they burst onto the indi music scene a few years ago.
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