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|1.||"Song Of The Highwire Shrimper" (7:07)|
|2.||"(They Call Me) Jimmy" (5:15)|
|2.||"I'm Transmitting Tonight" (5:38)|
|1.||"7000 Miles" (5:45)|
|2.||"Shipyards Of La Ceiba" (1:59)|
|3.||"Careless Whispers" (5:10)|
|4.||"The Star Compass" (4:52)|
|1.||"Azure Azure" (10:27)|
|2.||"Trade Winds, White Heat" (4:35)|
2003's Radio Amor has been one of our personal Tim Hecker favourites. For an artist who has released and collaborated on so much timeless ambient music, it is a bold statement. But, it is also a calculated one. The fact that it hasn't been reissued on vinyl since its original drop does have an effect, of course, but it's also one of Hecker's most pensive works, with its tunes lingering mid-air with a confidence that is rarely heard in ambient and drone these days. For instance, the sinister tension of "Spectral" reigns supreme over most other tracks of its ilk, but the majority of its quality rests in propensity to blend different emotions thanks to disparate sounds and an inhuman build up of energy. Highly recommended.
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