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Download links and information about Glow by Tensnake. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:04:45 minutes.

Artist: Tensnake
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, House, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:04:45
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No. Title Length
1. First Song 2:31
2. Love Sublime (feat. Nile Rodgers & Fiora) 3:58
3. Pressure (feat. Thabo) 2:54
4. Feel of Love (feat. Jamie Lidell) (featuring Jacques Lu Cont) 3:51
5. No Colour 3:22
6. Ten Minutes 1:00
7. Kill the Time (feat. Fiora) 3:53
8. Selfish (feat. Jeremy Glenn) 3:15
9. Good Enough To Keep (feat. Nile Rodgers & Fiora) 3:27
10. Holla 3:09
11. Listen Everybody 1:38
12. See Right Through (feat. Fiora) 4:28
13. No Relief (feat. Fiora) 6:40
14. Things Left To Say 4:13
15. 58 Bpm (feat. Fiora) 4:57
16. Last Song 4:25
17. Love Sublime (feat. Nile Rodgers & Fiora) [Duke Dumont Remix] 7:04



Following the lead of his breakthrough single "Coma Cat," which rang in 2010 with a head rush of heated dance hooks, the timing of Tensnake's debut LP couldn't be better. Arriving at the tail end of a long, unforgiving winter, Glow does just that: it lights up living rooms like a hangar-sized mirror ball, leaving a trail of neon-streaked house, disco, and pop in its wake. Tensnake isn't afraid to admit his influences, either. The producer makes a point of mocking the elephant in the room on "Ten Minutes," an interlude featuring a fake dubstep fan who just wants "something hard," not '80s-indebted "let's wear a tanktop" music. Good luck finding any of that here. Actual dynamics prevail instead, whether they're captured through the Chic-like basslines of Nile Rodgers ("Love Sublime," "Good Enough to Keep"), soul-bearing samples ("No Colour," "Holla"), a euphoric collaboration with Jamie Lidell and Jacques Lu Cont ("Feel of Love"), or the revelatory vocal range of Fiora, a Tasmanian singer who's featured on six tracks.