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Stereolab - Margerine Eclipse album download

Performer:

Stereolab

Title:

Margerine Eclipse

Genre:

Electronic / Rock / Pop

MP3 album size:

1520 mb

Other music formats:

MIDI WMA VOX XM AA AIFF APE

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Krautrock, Pop Rock, Indie Rock

Country:

UK

Date of release:

2004

Stereolab - Margerine Eclipse album download

Tracklist

1 Vonal Declosion 3:33
2 Need To Be 4:50
3 "...Sudden Stars" 4:41
4 Cosmic Country Noir 4:47
5 La Demeure 4:36
6 Margerine Rock 2:55
7 The Man With 100 Cells 3:47
8 Margerine Melodie 6:18
9 Hillbilly Motobike 2:23
10 Feel And Triple 4:53
11 Bop Scotch 3:59
12 Dear Marge 6:54

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – ООО "Олимпий"
  • Manufactured By – ООО "Снежный"
  • Distributed By – ООО "Аудио-Лэнд"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 749375 628425
  • Matrix / Runout: LXZ 040184 ООО "Олимпий"
  • Rights Society: Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ № 77-81

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D-UHF-CD29 Stereolab Margerine Eclipse ‎(CD, Album) Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks D-UHF-CD29 UK 2004
CD 62926 Stereolab Margerine Eclipse ‎(CD, Album) Elektra CD 62926 Canada 2004
D-UHF-CD29 Stereolab Margarine Eclipse ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks D-UHF-CD29 UK 2003
78068 Stereolab Margerine Eclipse ‎(2xLP, Album) Elektra 78068 US 2004
62926-2 Stereolab Margerine Eclipse ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Elektra 62926-2 US 2004



Margerine Eclipse, the band's tenth full-length, can sound a bit like a collage of pieces from their nine other albums, but the overall effect is more retrospective than repetitive. It's arguably the most direct work Stereolab have done since Emperor Tomato Ketchup (and at just under 54 minutes, it's one of the shortest of their later albums) and it continues Sound-Dust's trend of gathering the sounds the band explored on their previous work and tweaking them slightly. All of this is to say that Margerine Eclipse is a strong album, even if the nagging feeling that the band.

Margerine Eclipse was recorded following the death of Mary Hansen, one of Stereolab’s two vocalists for most of its history. The album serves as an elegy for Mary and frequently touches on the emotions involved in coping with her loss. The title points to this, implicitly comparing the moment of her loss to an eclipse: that brief period when the sun is suddenly gone. Margerine Eclipse Q&A. More Stereolab albums.

Ultimately, Margerine Eclipse probably won't be received as a "return to form," other than to say it's perfectly in accord with everything they've given us for the last several years. It won't gather them new fans, etc. et. though I think that's an unfair way to judge a record. Times have changed, and the band hasn't, so you might just as well praise them for sticking to their ideals instead of latching onto some trend (Tim Gane does dancepunk, anyone? Bad example, I'd listen to that).

This album came out in my last semester as an undergrad in college. Stereolab was really the sound of my "college years" and early 20s, and the release of this album was the beginning of the end of a beautiful era for me. I love all of Stereolab's music, but Margerine Eclipse was their last strong, full-length album. The Fab Four Suture collection was great, however, and Chemical Chords had some good tracks on i. With this album, however, you still feel Mary Hansen's spirit and memory in the music and in the lyrics. Requiescat in pace, dear Mary.

Album: Margerine Eclipse. Duration: 53:37 Year: 2004. 0:00 ? Stereolab albums.

Stereolab ‎– Margerine Eclipse. Label: Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks ‎– D-UHF-CD29. 8. Margerine Melodie. Trombone – Laetitia Sadier.

The most amazing thing about Stereolab's Margerine Eclipse is how much of a surprise it is. It's not just that it's a fantastic record-Stereolab have made plenty of those. But since 1996's classic Emperor Tomato Ketchup, they've been deconstructing and breaking down their mix of exotic lounge pop and progressive Krautrock, throwing up cyclones of electronic mist. It's yielded some beautiful, but cold and distancing work. Eclipse shocks you with the contrast. I can tell an early album from a later one, but after Ketchup, I cannot tell you which track is from which album. Frankly, I really don't care-it all sounds wonderful from these seats.

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