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Someone Great - LCD Soundsystem - Sound Of Silver (CD, Album)

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  1. LCD Soundsystem were a band fronted by singer/songwriter, producer and mastermind James Murphy and Sound Of Silver is by far their best album. It feels kind of weird describing them in the past tense, saying they were a band instead of are a band. It's also kind of a shame, since everything they did was pretty fantastic.
  2. Mar 12,  · Someone Great Lyrics: I wish that we could talk about it / But there, that's the problem / With someone new, I couldn't start it / Too late for beginnings / The little things that made me nervous.
  3. Sound of Silver remains LCD Soundsystem’s most celebrated album, appearing on numerous best of lists both in and currently. Tastemakers such as Pitchfork and NME (however much you might agree or disagree with them) cite the album as vital and consistently rank it high on their musical litanies.
  4. Mar 20,  · Sound of Silver, his second as LCD Soundsystem, is as close to a perfect hybrid of dance and rock music's values as you're likely to ever hear. These days, there isn't as .
  5. In the following year, LCD Soundsystem recorded and released "", an over forty-five minute-long composition that was a specially made "workout track" for Nike's Nike+ Original Run series. In , the band released their second studio album, Sound of Silver, to critical acclaim and another Grammy nomination for Best Electronic/Dance Album.
  6. James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem, returns with his highly anticipated new album Sound of Silver on DFA Records/5().
  7. Lcd Soundsystem - Sound Of Silver music CD album at CD Universe, James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem, returns with new album Sound of Silver March 20 on DFA/Capitol. Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.
  8. Editorial Reviews. Compared to the first LCD Soundsystem album, Sound of Silver is less silly, funnier, less messy, sleeker, less rowdy, more fun, less distanced, more touching. It is just as linked to James Murphy's record collection, with traces of post-punk, disco, Krautrock, and singer/songwriter schlubs, but the references are evidently harder to pin down; the number of names dropped in Brand: Parlophone (Wea).