Download links and information about The Vision by The Joker. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Gospel genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 51:39 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Gospel|
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|2.||Slaughter House (feat. Silas)||5:38|
|4.||The Vision (Let Me Breathe) [feat. Jessie Ware]||4:38|
|6.||Level 6 (Interlude)||2:39|
|7.||My Trance Girl||6:02|
|8.||Lost (feat. Buggsy & Otis Brown)||3:20|
|9.||On My Mind (feat. William Cartwright)||4:27|
|10.||Back In the Days (feat. Buggsy, Shadz, Scarz & Double)||5:06|
|11.||Electric Sea (feat. Jay Wilcox)||4:10|
|12.||The Magic Causeway (Joker & Ginz) [Outro]||4:10|
At just 16 years old, Liam McLean (a.k.a. Joker) began his rise in the U.K. electronic/club scene, incorporating Bristol’s musical heritage into his own futuristic sounds. Four years and many singles later, Joker’s debut album, The Vision, premiered at the esteemed Glastonbury Festival. Now it’s commercially released, showing an artist with a firm hold on innovative (yet comforting) electronic-based atmospheres. A highly regarded mixing engineer who’s worked with Sean Paul, Basement Jaxx, and fellow Bristolian Roni Size, Joker plays textures with an eclectic ear. A number of vocal guests make their presence known (including Silas, Jessie Ware, and Jay Wilcox), but at heart The Vision is a penetrating instrumental record. Joker’s dubstep roots (something he’s at pains to distance himself from) are still in evidence with the moody instrumentals “Tron” and “My Trance Girl,” but they’re much more than that, as the frightening flurry of synths and aggressive grooves make clear.