Fear of Fours is the second studio album by British electronic music duo Lamb, released on 17 May 1999. All tracks written by Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes, except where noted. On the CD release of the album, an alternate version of "Lullaby" is hidden in the pregap, which can be found by rewinding the CD back before the first track. The this site version places this at track 1. The Australian version has extra remixes of the album's tracks.
Lullaby - Fear Of Fours Album Version Lyrics. Lullaby - Fear Of Fours Album Version" Track Info.
Complete your Lamb collection. as if their debut album "Lamb" was not inventive and amazing enough, this second creation from Manchester duo Andy Barlow and Louis Rhodes is full of even more challenging layers and thoughts of sound than you would ever expect. from start to finish, stories develop to unfold your minds sharpest crease, which life may have nourished.
On Fear of Fours his left of centre beats flit between moods, tempos and genres (occasionally in the same song) as they attempt to frame Rhodes' brittle vocals. Standout tracks like Little Things swap time signatures like batons in a relay, each new wave driving the music forward. While heavyweight single B Line feels like the soundtrack to some vaudevillian Jekyll & Hyde musical, but in a good way. "By the time we came to record Fear of Fours it felt like everything in 4/4 had been done," says Barlow. I've always liked interesting time signatures. Andy Barlow and Lou Rhodes continue to chart new territory as Lamb, having just finished touring their 2014 album, Backspace Unwind. Lullaby (Ambient Version). This was a hidden track at the beginning of this CD.
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Fear of Fours is an amazing follow up to Lamb's self-titled critically acclaimed 1997 debut and is further supported by videos for the tracks "B Line" and "Softly. Three years elapsed between the . release of Lamb's highly acclaimed debut and this CD, making fans of their moody trip-hop impatient. This album is SO good ! I was addicted to their first album, needing more. But I was not sure wether Lamb was a one-night-stand or not, until I walked in a store and saw the new one. Without thinking I bought it and listened to it at home. It's really different. Now, they give U a path - a big difference with the first album ; you had to do everything on your own ( which is also nice ).
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While their debut was practically a revolution in the development of a satisfactory fusion of singer/songwriter vocals and drum'n'bass, Lamb's second album sets the bar much higher. As on the band's debut, Andy Barlow proves he's one of the most capable and inventive producers in the electronic community.