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Easy To Get - Hot Chip - Why Make Sense? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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8 Comments to Easy To Get - Hot Chip - Why Make Sense? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Goltilmaran says:
    It's interesting to note that Hot Chip's string of great albums -- beginning with Made in the Dark-- coincided with their exploration of the joys of long-term reidrexlicilimalindisctextdersticon.coinfoating monogamy while avoiding monotony applies to how they make music, as well: on the surface, Why Make Sense? is another album of wry, kinetic electro-pop from a group that has mastered the style, but it also builds Price: $
  2. Takazahn says:
    May 15,  · Why Make Sense? is the sixth studio album by English electronic music band Hot Chip. It was released in the United Kingdom on via Domino and was co-produced by the band and English record producer Mark Ralph. Similar to their previous album, In Our Heads, it was recorded at Ralph's London studio, Club Ralph.
  3. Samukus says:
    Apr 02,  · Happy to have the bonus disc (the tracks are a great addition), but man is this packaging cheap. "Inner sleeves" are really just thin printer-quality paper with minimalist black and white artwork and credits (no booklet at all).4/5(21).
  4. Balkis says:
    "Hot Chip release their sixth album, and second for Domino, 'Why Make Sense?' Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced by Hot Chip with Mark Ralph, 'Why Make Sense?' is the band's follow up to 's critically acclaimed 'In Our Heads'. Using a unique and bespoke printing technique, 'Why Make Sense?' will come in one of different.
  5. Gozragore says:
    It's interesting to note that Hot Chip's string of great albums -- beginning with Made in the Dark-- coincided with their exploration of the joys of long-term reidrexlicilimalindisctextdersticon.coinfoating monogamy while avoiding monotony applies to how they make music, as well: on the surface, Why Make Sense? is another album of wry, kinetic electro-pop from a group that has mastered the style, but it also builds.
  6. Jutaxe says:
    May 24,  · You can get 2 LP’s and 4 45’s (or CD’S) shipped from one box using the material from the box. Very little cutting is involved. I balk at the gouging high prices of ‘official mailers’ and many are too heavy for shipping 1 LP in Canada.. for example the excellent heavy weight mailers of one of the big mail order record outlets in.
  7. Taule says:
    Jul 27,  · Now that they’ve released their 6th album, Why Make Sense? following ’s exquisite In Our Heads, possibly their best album to date, anticipation for Hot Chips new album has been palpable. The LP starts off well, with opener Huarache Lights playing like a slower, more reserved Night & Day style track.
  8. JoJohn says:
    Why Make Sense? is the sixth studio album by English electronic music band Hot Chip. It was released in the United Kingdom on via Domino and was co-produced by the band and English record producer Mark Ralph. Similar to their previous album, In Our Heads (), it was recorded at Ralph's London studio, Club Ralph.

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