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Engineers - In Praise Of More (2CD)
Three Fact Fader, the second album from Engineers was released in 2009 to widespread critical acclaim.
Marking a change of line-up, the band return with the superb In Praise Of More.
Mark Peters has moved to guitar and has been replaced by Daniel Land on bass and Matthew Linley has joined on drums. In addition, respected solo artist Ulrich Schnauss, who had previously played keyboards live with the band, has joined as full time member.
This 2CD set also features an instrumental version of the album.
Critical acclaim for Three Fact Fader:
"Engineers transcend shoegazing and approach the heights of Spiritualized at their space-rocking best. We need these guys around." * * * * The Sunday Times, CD of the week
"superb ... like Animal Collective with Phil Spector at the controls" 8/10 NME
"their gorgeous sonic assault cuts straight to deeper feelings" * * * * Daily Express
"the perfectly rendered sound of space-tripping" Word
"dreampop is a beautiful, evocative, lavish phrase, and one that perfectly describes Engineers' second album" BBC Music
"they've remarkably managed to raise the bar to a whole new level for an entire genre" 8/10 Drowned In Sound
1. What It's worth
3. Las Vega
4. Press Rewind
5. There Will Be Time
6. To An Evergreen
7. Twenty Paces
8. In Praise Of More
9. Nach Hause
1. What It's worth (instrumental)
2. Subtober (instrumental)
3. Las Vega(instrumental)
4. Press Rewind (instrumental)
5. There Will Be Time (instrumental)
6. To An Evergreen (instrumental)
7. Twenty Paces(instrumental)
8. In Praise Of More (instrumental)
9. Nach Hause (instrumental)
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