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The Warning

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Download links and information about The Warning by Hot Chip. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 52:03 minutes.

Artist: Hot Chip
Release date: 2006
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 52:03
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Careful 3:28
2. Boy From School 5:19
3. Colours 5:28
4. Over and Over 5:47
5. (Just Like We) Breakdown 4:12
6. Tchaparian 3:20
7. Look After Me 4:49
8. The Warning 4:51
9. Arrest Yourself 2:31
10. So Glad To See You 4:05
11. No Fit State 5:38
12. Won't Wash 2:35

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Keeping their hot streak of spotting quality artists when they hear them, the good folks at DFA welcomed to their already diverse and talented roster Hot Chip. The "Over and Over" teaser single featured the band in rocking fashion, complete with DFA signature production and a chorus courtesy of Alexis Taylor that sounds hauntingly similar to something Paul McCartney would write had he been paying attention to the music of the youth in his own backyard. A definite departure and a step in the right direction over 2005's inconsistent full-length Coming on Strong, Hot Chip's creative maturity is immediately evident in the energetic opening. "Careful," which is laced with punchy, crisp hi hats and snare drums, then gives way to the dramatic "And I Was a Boy from School." They've gone beyond the quirky electro-pop into something much more focused and pop friendly (especially with the band's tight vocal harmonies). The title track has production that wouldn't be out of place on I Am Robot and Proud's last few records, or Postal Service outtakes. But like these artists, Hot Chip focuses more on song arrangements and structure rather than technology and programming showmanship. It sums up the core of what made The Warning so accessible and enjoyable right from the onset: it's like listening to early New Order records for the first time, waiting for the next one with a little bit of excited anticipation to see what's going to happen next with every new song.