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Broadcast - Haha Sound - Vinyl Record LP

Broadcast - Haha Sound - Vinyl Record LP

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'Haha Sound' is the band's second album from 2003 and it steadfastly continues their mission to walk the tightrope between wilfully obscure experimental sounds and melodious, accessible pop, fusing obscure cinematic influences with the kind of sounds others would try and lose - analogue synths, grainy feedback, scratchy electronica, etc. Via these ensnaring soundscapes, the band veer mellifluously from the fairy-tale escapism of 'Ominous Cloud' to rhythmically pulsing material like 'Pendulum' (which sounds like Kraftwerk colliding with their fellow Teutonic innovators Can), via a host of carnivalesque atmospheres and hall-of-mirrors style contours. There's a spot of darkness and contrivance to prevent us getting too comfortable, but Broadcast still make us feel as if we're looking at our own world like aliens peering through a sonic goldfish bowl, with everything seeming familiar but surreally warped and alluringly weightless. With Keegan's glacially delivered vocals providing the pure-white icing on the crazy cake, 'Haha Sound' is a consistently beguiling album - and is certainly no laughing matter.LP - Vinyl re-press of the second album by Broadcast, originally released in 2003. Comes in a 60s-style tip-on sleeve, plus download card.

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Care Instructions

Keep away from the sun.

Never place it next to a Justin Bieber record.

Treat it like your grandma, you know if she was a record. Know what I mean? Tender care, don't talk back, and never interupt during Murder She Wrote. Wait - what the hell was I writing about-

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