K-X-P - III Part II FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: III Part II
Style: Krautrock, Experimental, IDM, Space Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1647 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1647 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1655 mb
Other Formats: MP1 WMA AU AU VOX ADX TTA
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On their sophomore album, featuring guest vocals from Annie, the self-proclaimed Finnish "anti-band" has taken things to a new level, infusing their sound with free jazz, drone, noise, pop, and rock. K-X-P aren't bullshitting you; II is both more ambitious and vaster in scope than its predecessor, a record that pushes their most far-out tendencies to their respective limits. It is, however, less extreme than Kaukolampi's screeds would have you believe, assuredly the work of a band now very different than from the one that made K-X-P. A set of austere horns leads you into the album's first proper track and single "Melody", as arpeggiations chatter back and forth in ways that will likely remind you of the last Cut Copy full-length.
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Guitar – Lasse SavolaVocals – Ringa Manner
Vocals – Henna Seppälä, Ronja Richardsdottir
Timpani – Jussi MarkkanenVocals – Alexandra Babitzin, Paula Vesala
Flute – Heikki Pohto
|B3||Transuranic Heavy Elements
Performer [Omniwerk] – Lauri Porra
NotesTwo limited versions available:
650 x black (this)
350 x transparent grey
|SVR450||K-X-P||III Part II (LP, Album, Ltd, Gre)||Svart Records||SVR450||Finland||2016|
|SVR450||K-X-P||III Part II (CDr, Album, Promo)||Svart Records||SVR450||Finland||2016|
|SVR450||K-X-P||III Part II (CD, Album)||Svart Records, Öm||SVR450||Finland||2016|