Songs for Creatures
Download links and information about Songs for Creatures by Psychonauts. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Bop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 58:44 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Bop|
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|2.||Life’s Swift Charger||2:52|
|4.||Hips for Scotland (featuring James Yorkston)||4:08|
|6.||Fear Is Real (featuring Siobhan Fahey)||5:38|
|7.||Magnetic (featuring The Ghost)||4:13|
|8.||Distance Between Dreams||1:05|
|10.||Worlds Keep Turning||3:59|
|11.||Wild In Your Eyes||5:11|
|12.||Take Control (featuring Sam Lynham)||6:47|
Around the time of UNKLE's second album, another Mo' Wax outfit of the past (though one with a far smaller profile) released their own sophomore record, one in similar company — but far superior to — UNKLE's work. Songs for Creatures, the duo's production debut after a 1998 Mo' Wax mix album, finds Psychonauts creating efficient, highly artistic productions that develop slowly and allow the several guest vocalists room to explore their own performances. The opener, "Circles," unfolds with all the soul groove of a classic Donny Hathaway performance, but Psychonauts aren't delivering a simple twist on the earthy Mo' Wax sound. Far more wide-ranging, Songs for Creatures is a primer on classic British music of the past two decades: vocalist Chancer gives "Life's Swift Charger" the wasted charm of classic Underworld, "Hot Blood" is a next-generation ringer for the Cure (with much more flair than the Rapture), and "Hips for Scotland" is a vehicle for the breathy Ian Brown mannerisms of young singer James Yorkston. The guest with the highest profile, Siobhan Fahey from Shakespear's Sister, guests on the excellent Giorgio Moroder vehicle "Fear Is Real," a perfect track for any DJ with an ear for electro crossover. Inventive and artistic where UNKLE often comes across as clichéd and melodramatic, Psychonauts' Songs for Creatures is one of the best records to appear from a former Mo' Wax act in several years.