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This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/165 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist In Praise of More. BPM Profile In Praise of More. Album starts at 83BPM, ends at 89BPM (+6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Engineers.
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New album In Praise of More is quite different to Three Fact Fader, a more sensual and laidback affair that places the listener in the centre of the sound, an experience that requires concentration, for the world to stop on its axis. That is not though to say that it lacks bite. To An Evergreen’ is a sinewy blend of bass and textured rhythms, bringing to mind Ultra-era Depeche Mode, all clipped guitars and guttural vocals. It sits uncomfortably in-between ‘Twenty Paces’ and ‘There Will Be Time’, magnetic pieces with a gentle ebb and flow of background percussion and guitar
Take your place today, what's gonna be the best release that you can feel? Life's a lesson that you can't leave. Watch the final frame where you can steal your own remains, what's on your plate? try not begging, fortune can wait. You've won a race where there's nobody running. To a place that you're never gonna see. In the rain and the wrong foot is running You could win and be running again. Pushing it away, the perfect opportunity, forever blown, waited too long, that bird has flown. In Praise Of More" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
In Praise of More is the third full-length studio album by British shoegazing band Engineers, released on September 27, 2010 through the Kscope label. It is the first to feature Daniel Land, Matthew Linley and Ulrich Schnauss as full-time members of the band. All songs written and composed by Engineers. Subtober" (6 December 2010). Subtober" (North Atlantic Oscillation Remix). To An Evergreen EP" (13 June 2011). What It's Worth" (Helios Remix).
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