Shayne Miles Featuring Di - I See You album FLAC
- Performer: Shayne Miles
- Title: I See You
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MMF FLAC DXD WMA AC3 DMF ASF
- Released: 2011
- Style: Trance, Downtempo
- MP3 album: 1383 mb
- FLAC album: 1352 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 984
When Will I See You Again is the title of the fourth studio album by singer-songwriter & producer Thomas Anders. It was released in 1993, and was produced by Ralf Stemmann and Christian De Walden (Amanda Lear). It features a remake of The Three Degrees' classics When Will I See You Again. I'll Love You Forever, The Love In Me and When Will I See You Again (duet with The Three Degrees) were released as singles.
I See You is the third studio album by English indie pop band the xx. It was released on 13 January 2017 by the Young Turks record label. It is the band's first release in more than four years, following their 2012 album Coexist. The xx began recording I See You in 2014 at Marfa Recording Co. in Marfa, Texas, and were assisted by producer Rodaidh McDonald. According to the band, they had a more progressive, wide-ranging musical concept in mind, compared to their previous two albums.
I See You, released January 13, 2017, via Young Turks, was produced by central member Jamie xx, along with Rodaidh Macdonald. The album was recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in a range of cities around the globe.
I See You, the third album by the xx, attempts to incorporate everyone’s talents into a new version of their sound, one true to their roots but richer and more varied. Dangerous opens the album with a startling blast of a horns that returns on the chorus as a counterpoint melody. A Violent Noise has a winding and surging cluster of arpeggiating notes that explode at all the right moments-something of a Jamie xx trademark-and the production brilliantly traces the emotional arc of the song. As an album, I See You has the eerily seamless wholeness of the self-titled debut, a smooth and polished object with no visible edges. If it came apart, you would almost certainly never be able to put it back together again.
Four years after releasing their sophomore album, Coexist, the xx have announced their highly anticipated follow-up I See You, out January 13, 2017 via Young Turks. The album, produced by Jamie xx and Rodaidh McDonald, was recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in New York, Marfa, TX, Reykjavik, Los Angeles, and London. Check out the cover and tracklist below. The box set comes with three bonus tracks. The band preceded the album with several mysterious snippets of new music, introduced through a playlist of songs they were listening to in the studio.
I See You unleashes the xx's passion with swifter tempos, fuller arrangements, and a newfound heat in Sim and Croft's vocals on songs like "On Hold," which also showcases Jamie xx's audacious production skills as he turns a snippet of Hall & Oates' "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" into an irresistibly jittery hook. The band's commitment to taking chances reaps rewards elsewhere: "Dangerous" kicks off I See You with a brass fanfare that's about as far as the xx can get from the plaintive seduction of their early work.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||I See You (Original Mix)||9:00|
|2||I See You (CJ Peeton Ambient Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – CJ Peeton
|3||I See You (Dmitry Ference Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Dmitry Ference
|4||I See You (Jeff Montalvo Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Jeff Montalvo
- Distributed By – Label Worx
- Composed By, Producer – Shayne Miles
1: 138 BPM, B minor
2: 130 BPM, D major
3: 139 BPM, B minor
4: 132 BPM, B minor
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5052653076999
- ISRC (Track 1): USRPC1100464
- ISRC (Track 2): USRPC1100465
- ISRC (Track 3): USRPC1100466
- ISRC (Track 4): USRPC1100467