Download links and information about London Sessions by LCD Soundsystem. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 58:25 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative|
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|1.||Us V Them (London Session)||8:02|
|2.||All I Want (London Session)||6:29|
|3.||Drunk Girls (London Session)||3:41|
|4.||Get Innocuous! (London Session)||6:52|
|5.||Daft Punk Is Playing At My House (London Session)||5:03|
|6.||All My Friends (London Session)||7:31|
|7.||Pow Pow (London Session)||8:10|
|8.||I Can Change (London Session)||6:48|
|9.||Yr City Is a Sucker (London Session)||5:49|
When it comes to the studio side of LCD Soundsystem, nearly everything revolves around the restless mind of James Murphy — New York’s poet laureate of post-punk, twisted techno, and the kind of disco records that used to get burned in baseball stadiums. The band’s live show is more of a group effort, however, a well-oiled dance machine that ranks as one of indie rock’s only guaranteed good times. London Sessions bottles some of that energy like one of John Peel’s classic BBC tapes, easily shifting from the floorboard-pounding rhythms of “Us v Them” and “Pow Pow” to the groove-locked navel-gazing of “I Can Change” and “All My Friends.” And while LCD’s latest — 2009’s This Is Happening album — gets the most love, there’s enough fan favorites from other releases to make this a greatest hits set of sorts. Or at the very least, an excuse to scream "Your city's a sucker! My city's in heat!" from the comfort of your living room.