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Wireframe.srgl With this being their "swan song" album, they deliver some of post-rock's finest tracks. Eighteen Robins Roads is absolutely tremendous, but Mithridate holds a special place in my collection. Favorite track: Eighteen Robins Road.
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Ben Leathley A classic for a reason.
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relating That sample.. ^____^ Favorite track: Mithridate.
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submarinecat The second half of Eighteen Robins Road is a brilliant workshop on how to do a proper post-rock crescendo. Favorite track: Eighteen Robins Road.
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Jeremy Howe All I can say is that I second what Cassiopiea said, so underrated and......
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Oskar Lindberg Why do i love this album? Just listen to the first track and you will see why Favorite track: Eighteen Robins Road.
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Dar Now 14:09
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Mithridate 10:56
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Acheron 19:35

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Recorded and mixed by Serge Morattel in Winter & Spring 2007 at Rec Studio, Geneva. Mastered by Glenn Miller at Greenwood Studios in Summer 2007, Basel.
Strings on "Eighteen Robins Road" are Stephanie Park, Tamara Elias, Jean-Baptiste Poyard & Daniel Bacsinszky (violins), Keita Suyama (viola), Guillaume Berney (cello) & Sylvia Minkova (double bass).
Interludes on "Eighteen Robins Road" by Alain Decrevel (Reverse Engineering).
Graphic design by At-elier.net

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released September 5, 2008

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