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Echo Collective Plays Amnesiac

Format: gatefold 2xLP
Cat: 7K 008LP
Released: 30 Mar 18
Genre: Ambient/Drone
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box" (4:25)
2. "Pyramid Song" (5:21)
Side 2
1. "You & Whose Army?" (5:22)
2. "I Might Be Wrong" (4:59)
Side 3
1. "Knives Out" (4:05)
2. "Morning Bell/Amnesiac" (3:27)
3. "Dollars & Cents" (4:55)
Side 4
1. "Hunting Bears - Like Spinning Plates" (7:11)
2. "Life In A Glasshouse" (4:15)
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Review

Brussels-based Echo Collective is an extended crew of classically trained musicians helmed by Neil Leiter and Margaret Hermant. While they've been active for some time and worked on countless projects, Plays Amnesiac - a re-imagining of Radiohead's 2001 album of the same name - marks their full-length debut. It's an undeniably impressive collection, with Thom Yorke and company's glitchy, heavily electronic original songs re-cast as neo-classical pieces rich in arresting clarinet and oboe lines, jazzy live drums, cut-glass violins and gentle orchestration. Occasionally projects like this can feel a bit gimmicky, but Plays Amnesiac simply oozes class from start to finish. There are no cheesy gimmicks here, just sublime, classical-jazz fusion cuts that dance from the speakers like the soundtrack of a film we've yet to see.

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