Margerine Eclipse is the eighth studio album by English-French avant-pop band Stereolab. It was first released on 27 January 2004 in the United States by Elektra Records and on 2 February 2004 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic Records. The album is in large part a eulogy to former band member Mary Hansen, who was killed in a cycling accident in 2002. It is mixed in "dual mono", meaning that each instrumental or vocal part is hard-panned to appear in either the left or right channel only.
Margerine Eclipse (2xLP, Album, Ltd). Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks, Duophonic Ultra High Frequency Disks. D-UHF-D29, D-UHF D29. UK. 2004. referencing Margerine Eclipse, CD, Album, Enh, 62926-2. This is their best album. Amazing from start to finish. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Margerine Eclipse, the band's tenth full-length, can sound a bit like a collage of pieces from their nine other albums, but the overall effect is more retrospective than repetitive. It's arguably the most direct work Stereolab have done since Emperor Tomato Ketchup (and at just under 54 minutes, it's one of the shortest of their later albums) and it continues Sound-Dust's trend of gathering the sounds the band explored on their previous work and tweaking them slightly. All of this is to say that Margerine Eclipse is a strong album, even if the nagging feeling that the band.
Nom du groupe Stereolab. Nom de l'album Margerine Eclipse. Date de parution 27 Janvier 2004. Style MusicalPost-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. 4. Cosmic Country Noir.
The most amazing thing about Stereolab's Margerine Eclipse is how much of a surprise it is. It's not just that it's a fantastic record-Stereolab have made plenty of those. But since 1996's classic Emperor Tomato Ketchup, they've been deconstructing and breaking down their mix of exotic lounge pop and progressive Krautrock, throwing up cyclones of electronic mist. It's yielded some beautiful, but cold and distancing work. Eclipse shocks you with the contrast. I can tell an early album from a later one, but after Ketchup, I cannot tell you which track is from which album. Frankly, I really don't care-it all sounds wonderful from these seats.
Album: Margerine Eclipse. Duration: 53:37 Year: 2004. 0:00 ? Stereolab albums.
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