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|2.||"Party In The Dark" (4:02)|
|3.||"Brain Sweeties" (4:42)|
|1.||"Crossing The Road Material" (6:57)|
|2.||"Aka 47" (4:15)|
|3.||"20 Size" (4:43)|
|1.||"1000 Foot Face" (4:25)|
|2.||"Don't Believe The Fife" (6:25)|
|1.||"Battered At A Scramble" (4:03)|
|2.||"Old Poisons" (4:30)|
|3.||"Every Country's Sun" (5:31)|
Breaking from their exceptional soundtrack work of late, the infallible Scottish post-rock behemoth Mogwai have returned to the studio for their ninth full-length. 'Every Country's Sun' is a whirlwind album whose sheer impact hinges on its powerful use of contrast, most likely evident of their recent film and television score work. Passages of atmospheric calm give way to loud cascading floods of aggression without sounding trite, forced or clumsy, and a more polished use of electronics further accentuates the band's tonal variety. From the spatial futuristic opener 'Coolverine' to the album's grinding and mechanical climax, 'Every Country's Sun' feels like a score for a film not yet made, following all the highs, lows, twists and turns of narrative told by a band continuing to showcase their deft and controlled writing.
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