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The Presets - Apocalypso album FLAC

  • Performer: The Presets
  • Title: Apocalypso
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Australia
  • Formats: ADX MP4 AAC TTA RA MP2 DMF
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
  • MP3 album: 1238 mb
  • FLAC album: 1219 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 900
The Presets  - Apocalypso album FLAC

Apocalypso is the second studio album by Australian electronic dance music duo The Presets. The album was released by record label Modular on 12 April 2008 in Australia, on 13 May in the United States, and 2 June in the United Kingdom. The album features the singles "My People", "This Boy's in Love", "Talk Like That", "Yippiyo-Ay", "If I Know You" and "Kicking and Screaming".

Apocalypso is the second studio album by Australian electronic dance music duo The Presets.

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Apocalypso is the second full-length album by Australian electronic duo The Presets. The album was released by Modular Recordings on the 12 April 2008 in Australia, on 13 May in the United States, and 2 June in the United Kingdom. The album features the singles "My People", "This Boy's in Love", "Talk Like That", "Yippiyo-Ay", "If I Know You" and "Kicking and Screaming"

apocalypto (the presets album) Apocalypso is the second studio album by Australian electronic dance music duo The Presets The album was released by record label Modular on 12 April 2008 in Australia, on 13 May in the United States, and 2 June in the United Kingdom The album features the singles "My People", "This Boy's in Love", "Talk Like That", "Yippiyo-Ay" .

Album · 2008 · 11 Songs. When tasked with following up The Presets’ party-perfect debut, Sydney duo Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes took a major risk with this darkly focused set of dance anthems, introducing a fierce intelligence to their lean, pinging dynamism. Just look to breakout single My People, a brash earworm calling for solidary with Australia’s mistreated would-be immigrants.

The Presets sophomore effort, Apocalypso, does not disappoint in the slightest! The formula is the same, the content is as high fueled as "Beams" if not more! . They deliver great tracks, and it the album never lags. Hard solid beats and crazy aussie vocals laced with sythy presets. How can you go wrong?

Tracklist

Kicking & Screaming 5:45
My People 4:30
A New Sky 4:36
This Boy's In Love 4:11
Yippiyo-Ay 4:34
Talk Like That 3:44
Eucalyptus 3:28
If I Know You 4:28
Together 5:52
Aeons 3:28
Anywhere 6:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MODCD084 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album) Modular Recordings MODCD084 Australia 2008
MODBP040 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Modular Recordings MODBP040 Australia 2008
60251776544 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album) Universal Music Brasil 60251776544 Brazil 2008
MODCD067 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album) Modular Recordings MODCD067 US 2008
MODCD088 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album) Modular Recordings MODCD088 UK 2008
0602517765443 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album) Modular Recordings 0602517765443 Europe 2008
UICO-1154 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Modular Recordings, Universal International UICO-1154 Japan 2008
460502601203 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album, Jew) Modular Recordings, ООО «Юниверсал Мьюзик» 460502601203 Russia 2008
modpr108 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Modular Recordings modpr108 UK 2008
none The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, wat) Universal Music Group none 2008
MODVL096 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(LP, Album) Modular Recordings MODVL096 Europe 2008
MODCD078 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Ltd, Har) Modular Recordings MODCD078 Australia 2009
MODCD108 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(CD, Album, Tou + CD, Enh, Bon) Modular Recordings MODCD108 Australia 2009
6788641 The Presets Apocalypso ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Ora) Modular Recordings 6788641 Australia 2019



Reviews about The Presets - Apocalypso (2):
Kitaxe
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Bedy
One of those surprises you cannot explain how or why they got you. The very name of the duo is appealing enough to any remotely enthusiastic electro-pop follower and whatever positive guess you make about it, it won't fail.The Presets is a duo with mystery sticker over their sound and image - while their pose on record covers seems pretentious in all of its extravagance, and various comparisons were already brought to justice, there is so much interesting music stuff going on here, it's impossible to resist a massive jewel like this.Not that "Apocalypso" is 100% but at least a 95% great record which collects dancefloor's hardcore trash with ultimate sophistication - divine decadence, today mostly missed and often mistaken too easily by other mainstream acts... and while the world wastes its ears bleeding on expendable electro-ish r'n'b crap of you know who, The Presets have produced a true classic album which is not just of the moment. Listen to it ten years from now and the relevance of it won't desert you.It grabs the ear, depending on the mood - it might be the very first listen, then something might be missing, then again you discover how fascinating and full of life it is. The melody and the beat work perfectly practically in every piece, although some could've been a bit shorter ('Together' is a stunning blast but all too repetitive for its own sake).Many point out 'My People' as one of the highlights - for me it's the weakest piece despite the fact neither it loses its appeal nor it irritates as much as it tries to. The brilliance of The Presets comes in two examples of this album's strongest pieces - 'This Boy's In Love' and 'If I Knew You' touching the heart so deeply, the latter developing from a nice smooth intro into fully blown dancefloor epic. In a way, this is 'Love Is a Shield' more intelligently put together without the obvious reference to its idols. And speaking of idols, The Presets is more Blancmange and Julian Cope for the new age than the omnipresent Depeche Mode many usually point out in their shallow, lazy fashion. Musical arrangements and particularly the vocals, very vividly echo Neil Arthur's fascinating baritone.That is even more evident in tracks like 'Yippyo-Ay' and 'A New Sky', disco-flavoured songs that could very easily be mistaken for a 'Happy Families' leftover (in a positive sense of the word, of course). 'Talk Like That' confusingly opens with grandiose organ sound immediately twisting into another full-blown dance masterpiece. "Eucalyptus" even echoes Suicide by its rhythm and sinister synth tone, but in its own way, once again manages to get away with the trick - somewhere half way down the chorus. There is some tiny space for the static instrumental 'Aeons' to bring additional diversity into the very album, closing the lot with 'Anywhere', another fine moment, Underworld will never achieve.The album well crafted, carefully structured and despite some obvious reference points, free of calculations. All fun yet very serious and profound.

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