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Broadcast - The Noise Made By People FLAC album

Performer: Broadcast
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: The Noise Made By People
Released: 2000
Style: Downtempo, Indie Rock, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1342 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1534 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1597 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 254
Other Formats: MIDI MOD MP4 VQF MP2 TTA RA

The Noise Made by People is the debut studio album by British indie electronic band Broadcast. It was released on 20 March 2000 by Warp to critical acclaim. Pitchfork placed The Noise Made by People at No. 177 on its list of "The Top 200 Albums of the 2000s". The album's first single "Echo's Answer", was released in 1999 and featured at No. 178 on Pitchfork's list of "The Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s". All tracks written by Broadcast. Broadcast – recording, engineering, mixing.

The Noise Made by People. Released March 20, 2000. The Noise Made by People Tracklist. 1. Long Was the Year Lyrics. 2. Unchanging Window Lyrics.

The '60s meet the distant future on the bewitching debut album from these Stereolab protégés.

The best album by Broadcast is Haha Sound which is ranked number 2072 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,064. Broadcast album bestography. Higher ranked (2,310th) This album (5,557th) Lower ranked (15,703rd) Tender Buttons The Noise Made By People The Future Crayon. Your feedback for The Noise Made By People.

The UK sextet Broadcast are not the first to marry electronic music's underlying futuristic bend with elements of film noir and classic torch song writing. One can't help but make the Portishead comparisons, what with the icy detached cool of vocalist Trish Keenan and the unhurried, slightly blunted beats. But where Portishead's prevailing mood contained a sense of doom and that of staring across a chasm toward some unattainable happiness, Broadcast are much less about burying their music in your psyche and more about beaming it at you from somewhere in outer space. But for all the sound and song, Broadcast's vision seems relatively narrow, and several ideas are spread a bit too thinly across the album's length. The band obviously have the talent and the means.

TITLE added to MP3 cart. The Noise Made By People. I immediately sampled this album and then bought it as quickly as I could. I really love their sound and the singer's beautiful voice. I'm reminded of early Pink Floyd when I listen to Broadcast. In fact, this album sounds like it could have been recorded in about 1965. The songs are very cerebral, very ambient, and have a way of being both cheerful and haunting at the same time. 2 people found this helpful.