8 thoughts on “ You Know What I Mean - Luke Slater - Alright On Top (CD, Album) ”

  1. Alright On Top Luke Slater. US $ Delivery from US $ CD Album Label Mute. Tracklist 1: Nothing At All 2: You Know What I Mean 3: Stars & Heroes 4: I Can Complete You 5: Only You 6: Take Us Apart 7: Searchin' For A Dream 8: Take Me Round Again.
  2. You know so I think my albums are uh an ebb and flow. I am at the time and then like right now, you know a lot of these songs on this album really reference back home and stuff like that, more music and more chat with Luke Bryan will be right back on circle sessions.
  3. Apr 11,  · According to an interview, Luke wanted to do an album with vocals for a while, but I really think they don't help much. Ricky Barrow's vocals do very little for me. They are much flatter than the otherwise dynamic, interesting (if a bit more pop than I was expecting) production of the music/5(23).
  4. Alright On Top, an album by Luke Slater on Spotify. you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. × Alright On Top By Luke Slater. • 10 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Nothing At All. 2. You Know What I Mean. 3. Stars And Heroes. 4. I Can Complete You.
  5. You may know Luke Slater best from his work in Planetary Assault Systems, but he also has a side-hustle in the form of techno project L.B. Dub Corp. Side Effects, the first LBDC release since ’s Unknown Origin LP for Ostgut Ton, has turned up on Slater’s own Mote-Evolver imprint.
  6. Why am I telling you this? Because this is essentially what Luke Slater's Alright on Top sounds like - It's the heaviest electropop album of all time and frequently reaches NeoTokyo-destruction-level intensity. Slater was kicking ass throughout the 's and for many he topped it .
  7. But Slater has never stopped producing, or experimenting, even mingling with the mainstream on ’s Alright On Top, a divisive album that NME described as an “outrageously good electro-pop romp,” but forced upon Slater the realization that the mainstream was not his world, nor would it be.
  8. The many faces of Luke Slater Morganistic As Morganistic, Slater only released a handful of cuts—but among those was the album Fluids Amniotic, still widely praised today as a benchmark techno inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.corly featuring in the sets of Hood and Mills, Morganistic's dark, rumbling minimalism was, as the album title suggests, the sonic equivalent of being trapped in the murky, viscous.

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