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Lp4

by Ratatat

Lp4 by Ratatat

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Lp4

by Ratatat

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Label: Xl
Recorded during the same sessions that birthed material for LP3, the initial tracks of LP4 were given two extra years to marinate in the brains of Evan Mast and Mike Stroud. The duo was careful to keep the general mood of LP3 -- the slippery-slide guitar and the plink-plopping synths, like classic rock running through a pool of bubble wrap -- while weaving in copious new elements that traverse the globe: rich strings and tribal beats with Japanese, Hawaiian, Indian and African influence, plus a few German sound bites.

About This Album

Recorded during the same sessions that birthed material for LP3, the initial tracks of LP4 were given two extra years to marinate in the brains of Evan Mast and Mike Stroud. The duo was careful to keep the general mood of LP3 -- the slippery-slide guitar and the plink-plopping synths, like classic rock running through a pool of bubble wrap -- while weaving in copious new elements that traverse the globe: rich strings and tribal beats with Japanese, Hawaiian, Indian and African influence, plus a few German sound bites.

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About This Album

Recorded during the same sessions that birthed material for LP3, the initial tracks of LP4 were given two extra years to marinate in the brains of Evan Mast and Mike Stroud. The duo was careful to keep the general mood of LP3 -- the slippery-slide guitar and the plink-plopping synths, like classic rock running through a pool of bubble wrap -- while weaving in copious new elements that traverse the globe: rich strings and tribal beats with Japanese, Hawaiian, Indian and African influence, plus a few German sound bites.