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Four Tet - There Is Love In You album FLAC
Performer: Four Tet
Genre: Electronic
Title: There Is Love In You
FLAC album size: 1139
Style: IDM, House, Techno, Experimental
Country: Europe
Released: 2009

Features Song Lyrics for Four Tet's There Is Love In You album.

There Is Love in You is the fifth studio album by English electronic musician Four Tet, released on 25 January 2010 by Domino Recording Company. As of 2011, it has sold 22,228 copies in United States according to Nielsen SoundScan. There Is Love in You received universal acclaim from music critics

This is the most focused Four Tet album by a huge margin, and for some listeners that could be an issue. Hebden apparently refined this music over the course of a long stint as a resident DJ at the London club Plastic People. He'd play developing tracks in his sets, see how people responded, and return to them armed with this information. And while the result isn't dance music proper, There Is Love in You definitely functions on that plane. Elsewhere on Love, you can find the creative melding of beats and classical minimalism that producers like Richard James and Nobukazu Takemura were exploring in the 90s. An array of metallic percussion pops up, organized into hypnotic grid-like patterns that gradually build and change over the track's duration.

Complete your Four Tet collection. DNO 229. Four Tet. There Is Love In You ‎(2xLP, Album). Domino USA. US. 2010. There Is Love In You ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album).

Kieran Hebden's first Four Tet full-length in four years comes after a parade of collaboration albums, DJ dates, remixes, and one EP that sounded strikingly like John Carpenter soundtracking the original Halloween film. Appropriately, There Is Love in You is a reset album, one where Hebden pares his music down to the essentials. Sorry, no dubstep workouts or pastoral ballads to be found here

Five years is a fair gap between Four Tet albums but then Hebden’s tracks are aural mosaics, painstakingly compiled to work on several levels. But the soulful female voice, stuttering and struggling against the onrushing sonic wave, is so affecting that the track’s abstract nature becomes almost incidental. It’s a theme that recurs throughout the record, and, indeed, that defines the Four Tet canon: mesmeric, melody-laden music, with varying degrees of difficulty.

Perhaps not a recipe for greatness, but in keeping with the axiom that a great artist can always shine no matter the materials or medium, There Is Love in You is an accomplished, beautiful record (despite the lack of shiny bits). Vocals, where they appear, are wordless and textural; the few samples are glitchy but warm and hypnotic. The nine-minute single "Love Cry" sounds like Carl Craig 's Innerzone Orchestra making an epic children's record.

As much as I love Four Tet, the jazz-structure percussion and the lack of a real "good part" has often kept him from being a 10 for me. The injection of Burial's economical drum programs and sharp eye for haunting hooks is what made that 2009 team-up so goddamn marvelous. There Is Love in You, however, is a Four Tet record-Cable sans Deadpool. The ostensible single, "Love Cry," is also the album's biggest misstep, though it's entirely forgivable. The macroscopic design isn't at fault-it's Tet's micro selection of parts that brings the track down. With an MOR soul-ish sample, a boring bass buzz and a drum kit that ventures a little too far into Thievery Corporation real estate, it just leaves that thrown-together '90s flavor in your mouth.

Tracklist

Angel Echoes 4:00
Love Cry 9:13
Circling 5:15
Pablo's Heart 0:11
Sing 6:48
The Unfolds 7:47
Reversing 2:40
Plastic People 6:33
She Just Likes To Fight 4:34

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WIGLP254, DNO229 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(2xLP, Album) Domino, Domino WIGLP254, DNO229 Europe 2010
none Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo) Domino none UK 2009
DNO 229 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(2xLP, Album) Domino USA DNO 229 US 2010
WIGCD254 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(9xFile, MP3, Album) Domino WIGCD254 UK 2010
WIGCD254 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album) Soyuz Music, Domino WIGCD254 Russia 2010
6079402 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album) Domino 6079402 Australia 2010
HSE-10096 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album) Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSE-10096 Japan 2010
WIGCD254 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album, Gat) Domino WIGCD254 UK 2010
DNO 229 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album, Gat) Domino USA DNO 229 US 2010
WIGCD254P Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Domino WIGCD254P UK & Ireland 2010
none, 2 Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo) Domino, Pias France none, 2 UK 2010
none Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Domino none US 2010
none Four Tet There Is Love In You ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Domino none 2010

Spilberg
This album sounds amazing, one of the clearest and cleanest sounding records i own, the low end rattles my windows
Lbe
My runouts are as follows:Side A - WIGLP 254, BF14557-07 A2Side B - WIGLP 254, BF14557-01 B1 (no dash)Side C - WIGLP 254, BF14457-02 C1Side D - WIGLP 254, BF14457-02 D1Maybe I got a repressing? Anyone else here with those runouts or similar.Also says something on Side C runouts about mastering from Matt at the Exchange.
Naril
What's with the limited to 500 copies and virgin vinyl mention in the description?
Ffleg
I have very different runout side etchings than the ones that are given here. Anyone else? Mine start with DNO ...
Faulkree
Yeah, me too. Is that a different edition? I don't have the plastic sleeve I brought it in, so I can't check the barcode or where its made.
Ahieones
I've looked around a bit about that hidden track some people have reported and it's actually by Lightspeed Champion, titled There's Nothing Underwater off of his 2010 album. Released around the same time as this album, on the same label Domino.So presumably the addition of this hidden track is actually an incidental mispress.
Vozilkree
"Reversing" samples "Cloud Music" by Orlando Kimber and Jon Keliehor from the Album "East meets West" on Bruton Music.
Perdana
THERE IS LOVE IN YOU almost sounds like it should be a romantic album, but with Four Tet at the helm, it turns out to be much, much more. The quiet beat that starts off "Angel Echoes" quickly gives way to the main theme, a reprocessing of what sounds like Sarah McLachlan vocals. "Love Cry" begins on a more minimal note, with just the percussion and some lingering electronics until the vocals appear halfway through. "Circling" makes the vocals just a hum for the swirl of electronics to dance around, while the delicate funk of "Sing" will make you actually want to dance. Male vocals are the addition to "This Unfolds," though not much more than a sweet humming to accompany the squat, joyous gurgling underneath, while "Plastic People" chimes a little darker. But as the album comes to an end with the calming clatter and guitar of "She Just Likes To Fight," it becomes clear where the love really is.
Kit
Excited to report that there is a further repress due April 2016!!!!
Mr.Twister
Contrary to your comment MEMEs, the pressing for my repressed copy of this is great. Fantastic album.
Mr_KiLLaURa
This CD is brilliant and timeless, for sure. "Love Cry" - is one of the deepest and sexiest track in Four Tet's discografy.Love it!!!
Lo◘Ve
love it too
Cktiell
This album is extremely well produced and sounds very good. But I can't help feeling sad about Four Tet's new danceable approach. His music is no longer wonderfully contemplative as it used to be. There is nothing wrong in changing direction, but I feel sorry to see more and more talented composers going to the upbeat 4/4 direction. It seems that the drop in record sales forces producers to do more and more live shows, and they often succomb to this new challenge; making people dance. Music doesn't have to make you physically move to be infectious. I admit that this is more a statement than a review, but I thought this album really reflects very well this new reality.
Kann
Well, I can't reply on all of this instantly. The discussion of what's 'pure' and what should stay 'pure' will never stop. So I'll leave that one for just a moment or I would even leave that up to you. Leaving the fact that it occupies me just as well. The only thing I do want to add to that is (while listening to a 10'' of Shackleton doing some sort of electro/breakbeat/dubstep/soundscape thing) that mucisians don't listen to the same kind of music all the time as well as their own listeners. So why should they keep stuck to just one sound?I think a mucisians like Four Tet wants to explore every border. And so he did with Burial, on two extremely great cuts! Check these one out and tell me what you think of those...I read an interview with FlyLo this summer where he said about his followers: ,,Go do your own thing''. There have been other times where music sounded alike. So, is this just the sound of today or easy rip-offs?But I agree fully when you'd speak about wanting to stick to your own instead of creating a sound someone else has just done.What's your opinion on the latest release by Caribou then?
RuTGamer
I respect your explanations about what 'There is love in You' represents for you. Other albums like M.I.A.'s Kala are also very reprensentative of our times in different ways. But I guess that I might not be the only one who is uncomfortbable to see the intrusion of 'glamourous' element in leftfield music. From Akufen to Joker's recent productions, there is an increase in glittering disco sounds, superficial themes, chopped samples of R&B divas. While Four Tet calls it love (maybe cynically), I would rather describe it as hedonist. I could also mention other artists like Daft Punk, Goldfraap, Lone, Mount Kimbie and even Burial who also are using these types of sounds in different ways. Sometimes I like it, sometimes I just don't. But I have to admit that I don't like much the current trends, to be honnest. :)
Ochach
Really said, I believe all experiences and their outings are being generilesed. That is, I think, because the sources we use around the world are becomming more the same as well as the way we use them. Especially the influence of social media creates a reality where you obtain the experiences of your "friends" on a constant basis. Everyone is being influenced by those channels more and more. And then the music market is being focused on a more global scale. Local music is fading out and it has to sound global. No one listens to just one or two kinds of music anymore. What comes out these days is a culmination of things. A sess pool if you will. Techniques and instruments are easily purchased and in a very easy enverinment.But, if done well as this Four Tet release, I think it resembles the sound of today very well and should be here as it is.
Wanenai
Yes and no. I actually enjoy some dance music. However, I dislike cultural homogenisation, which currently involves rock and dance music a little too much.
Rose Of Winds
Probably you'll dislike electronic dance music in general? It's just way to superficial to say that dance elements could not lead to anything artistic.
Adrierdin
the guy at the local record store in berlin told me that the vinyls where taken back because there was something wrong with the pressings, can someone confirm this ?
Hulore
could be, the quality of the vinyl is pretty poor to me.
Araath
What would be wrong with them? There's nothing wrong with my copy.
Arador
Glitchy vocals, tinkling guitar arpeggios, funk/house drums, burbling synths, cut-up melodies... yes, this is a Four Tet album as we've come to know them. Hebden can produce, make no mistake, and hell I find it hard to dislike a piece like This Unfolds with its twinking synthage above subtle guitar twangs and downbeat drums. Plastic People even becomes pretty rousing, more 4/4 drums and thick percussion beneath synth warmth, distant vocal chants, and more twinkling melodies (this time from a glockenspiel, or at least a layered synth equivalent). I don't get Love Cry, though. It's 8 minutes too long, it takes far, far too much time to develop into a "Wolf Cub" style atmosphere but there's no real hook until the 7th minute. In fact when all the drums disappear, and the cut up guitar comes back in, it becomes strikingly pretty. I wish we didn't have to go through 8 minutes of the same damn groove to get to it, though. The vocals are clearly supposed to riff off Burial's style, but they produce atmosphere, not a hook. Oops.If there are any hooks to find in these songs, they're buried deep, if they're there at all. Hebden is still a master of pleasant synths-merged-with-post-rockian-guitar atmospheres, from a production point of view. But nothing sticks, There Is Love In You still falls foul of the same problem his previous albums have: too pleasant, nothing stands out.EXCEPT! Now, after 45 minutes of plodding deep-house glitchery, we come across the inexplicably placed hidden track which is ... a psyche-folk-rock piece? And Kieran sings? To oboes? Strains of piano? Real bass? Hell, there's even a pop hook in "I Miss You", when massed Hebdens cry all at once. The again folksy guitar picking is vibrant and propels the song well. And I'm left stunned. Stunned that Kieran doesn't write an album of THIS stuff instead, when it's clearly superior to the rest of the songs. As I said, inexplicable.Edit: Watch the deep-house and IDM fanatics hit that disagree button, everyone! If it isn't obvious, I'm not hating on this album, but it's patchy when it's not enjoyable.
KiddenDan
So, Four Tet then. I understand Four Tet, but I have to say that I don't really 'get' Four Tet anymore. I understand exactly why he exists, exactly what he does and why it attracts people, and why this is important for music. It seems to me that he's directly in between people who veer towards electronic music, and those who prefer instrument based music. This is hardly surprising considering the sound pallet he's used since the entire conception of this project has remained universally unchanged, barring a few minor tweaks here and there stylistically. And I'll be one to fully admit that in the past I was very into what I was hearing. Being someone who adored electronic music and all its forms and shied away from guitars for many years, his work along with Hood's 'Cold House' album and a few others, helped bridge that gap, and this is important despite personal taste.Since then, I've accepted guitar based music and embraced it, looking for the most forward thinking, accessible, weird, crazy 'full-band' music I could get my hands on. It could be droning post-rock, screeching noise, simple indie pop both obscure and popular, it doesn't matter; I wanted to hear it. I've continued my love of electronic music, diving deeper into areas I all but ignored in the past, going back and moving forward. So I went back to Four Tet expecting the best because it contained both facets that I enjoyed, but was surprised when it did nothing for me. It just seemed to...exist complacently maybe. It ebbs and flows along nicely sure, sounding beautiful without trying too hard, interesting without going overboard, and while people seem to be content thinking of this as a unique bonus, I can't help but feel this is a negative with each album he subsequently releases. This one is no exception to me.On 'There Is Love In You' (uh, that title is serious?), it contains everything he has ever done in the history of his entire musical career, once again repeated with a slight stylistic change, this change being 'dance'. So you have your Four Tet staples: Floaty guitar and tones with very room oriented production--simulated or otherwise--and slight synthetic elements, only this time fed through a tech-house arrangement on a number of tracks. And the results are, like every Four Tet album; interesting, entirely pleasant with a bit of 'moodiness', forward thinking to a degree, and overall solid if-you-are-looking-for-that-sorta-thing (I'm not, I found that 10 years ago and don't need to hear it all the time). There are highlights and unfortunate blemishes, though fans who have zero criticism of even their most cherished of artists will say otherwise.I might not get any friends by saying this, but 'Angel Echoes' is one of the worst tracks I've heard by him, so apologies to those who find it brilliant but it couldn't be more off the mark if it tried. I think everyone caught a vocal-cut bug from Burial and started getting really sloppy about it (and before you scream murder upon me, I love Burial to death), which can either be amazing or just sluggish and weird. The beginning of 'Love Cry' sounds pretty excellent, very tense and it's build works great, but then a entirely mono synth comes in with sloppy vocal cuts and its difficult to keep the prior momentum going in my head. 'Sing' also starts out very nicely, but again elements come in that are hard to get excited about. And the rest, although nice in spots, does not stand out much to me, though I wouldn't call it bad.I want to make this clear: I'm not looking for things to hate just to talk about it. I gave this album, along with every other album he's done, the benefit of the doubt because I do truly think he's talented. So this is reaction, nothing more. I'm not going to go as far and say that I wouldn't recommend this album, because I do think spots of it are good. And if you are not bothered by the elements I'm bothered by, then this album could be everything you've hoped for. But Four Tet's insistence on straddling the line has and will continue to bore me, and I would wish he became more adventurous. He's a talented artist for sure, but he needs a change. A bigger change.
avanger
A fair personal analysis, but I don't think of any moment of this album to be inspired stylistically, or in terms of arrangement, by Tech House. It's widely considered to be in almost all reviews I have read, but to me this is at least a 4* album that continues the progression of the Four Tet project aptly, fusing electronic material and production with something more organic and wholesome. I think with track 5, "Sing", that people may not be excited by the elements and progression because they expect it to become a fully fledged Tech House number, but it was never heading in that direction as that would destroy the flow of this very "complete" album.
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