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|1.||"We Are Enemies But Not Here"|
|2.||"So Pale It Shone In The Night"|
|3.||"Spiral Of Decline"|
|4.||"We Scarcely See Sunlight"|
|5.||"Providence Or Fate"|
|6.||"Where Are Our Monsters Now, Where Are Our Friends?"|
|7.||"Grey Day Drift"|
|8.||"Ill Fares The Land"|
|9.||"About To Enter A Strange New Period"|
Man of many pseudonyms (15 and counting) James Leyland Kirby returns to one of his lesser known projects, The Stranger, for a typically unsettling trip into drone territory on Modern Love. Built around strange samples, field recordings and curious use of clattering live percussion (see the blacksmith ambient jazz of "We Scarcely See Sunlight"), Watching Dead Empires in Decay is like the unofficial soundtrack to Britain's continued decline. Certainly, its woozy electronics and unsettling melodies evoke mental images of late night walks through desolate urban wasterlands. Though bleak in outlook, there are some particularly emotion-rich moments, not least the superb, mournful "Providence or Fate".