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Burial - Untrue flac album
Title:
Untrue
Performer:
Burial
Style:
Abstract, UK Garage, Dubstep, Ambient, Bass Music
Released:
FLAC album size:
1147 mb
Other formats:
RA MP3 MP4 ADX XM MP2 VOC
Genre:
Rating:
4.1 ✪

Untrue is the second studio album by British electronic music producer Burial. Untrue builds on the general atmosphere of his debut album Burial (2006), marking a development in Burial's sound through its more prominent usage of pitch-shifted and time-stretched vocal samples.

Untrue is the second album by the ut-now-unmasked dubstep producer known as Burial. The album received a large amount of praise from many publications: It was named the best album of 2007 by Sputnikmusic, the 2nd best by The Wire, the 8th by Tiny Mix Tapes, and 10th by Pitchfork Media.

Untrue is the second studio album by British electronic music producer Burial. Whilst retaining several elements of his past work, including his debut album Burial (2006), Untrue marked a development in Burial's sound through its more prominent utilisation of pitch-shifted and time-stretched vocal samples. The album also contains influences of Burial's own musical tastes, most notably the UK garage and hardcore music genres.

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Album · 2007 · 13 Songs. It's hard to imagine what the music of the '10s and beyond might sound like without Burial. His smoky breakbeats and melancholic vocal samples helped set the tone for both underground bass music and universally acclaimed albums like Beyoncé. But the reason for his impact probably has less to do with his techniques than the overwhelming sense of loneliness he conjures. Desolate songs like "Archangel" and "In McDonalds" are the sound of deepest despair, but also of silver linings.

Burial, the self-titled debut album by an anonymous dubstep producer from London, proved one of the more surprising success stories of 2006. It was voted Album of the Year by the influential nic magazine The Wire and was fawned over by a long list of other media, from Mixmag to Pitchfork. Upon the release of Untrue, the second Burial album, the cycle of acclaim appeared likely to repeat itself. While Untrue isn't likely to win many, if any, Album of the Year honors (in the wake of the debut's acclaim, the novelty of Burial lessened considerably), the album's.