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Recension: Avalanches lattjar vidare – sexton år senare

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They come from a land down under.

ALBUM

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The Avalanches

”Wildflower”

Genre: Pop

Bästa spår: ”Frank Sinatra”, ”Subways”.

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Det är 16 år sedan sist! Sexton år! Det är väldigt få band som kommer ut på andra sidan från en så lång paus med något vettigt att säga. Men bandet från Melbourne, som lyckades trycka in 3 500 vinylsamplingar på ”Since I left you”, lyckas faktiskt hela vägen.

The Avalanches – numera en trio – gör dansmusik som känns tidlös. Musik med ett myller av influenser och en massa lager. Att skivan rymmer hela 21 spår kan verka mastigt, men känns i slutändan logiskt. Det här är en skiva som kommer att räcka länga.

”Wildflower” är en lekfull, färgstark, streetsmart och begåvad popplatta som tar vid där det förra albumet slutar.

ANDERS NUNSTEDT

Här är listan över albumet samtliga samplingar:
“Because I’m Me” contains samples from “Want Ads” written and composed by General Johnson, Barney Perkins & Gregory Perry.
“Frankie Sinatra” contains samples from “Bobby Sox Idol” written and composed by Wilmoth Houdini; and samples from “My Favorite Things” written and composed by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II,.
“Subways” contains samples from “Subways” written and composed by Chandra Oppenheim, Steven Alexander & Eugenie Disarm, samples from “Warm Ride” written and composed by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb & Robin Gibb and samples from “Black Water” written and composed by Patrick Simmons.
“Going Home” contains a sample from “Subways” written and composed by Chandra Oppenheim, Steven Alexander & Eugenie Disario performed by Chandra, courtesy of Chandra Oppenheim, Steven Alexander & Eugenie Disario.
Samples from “Party In Me” written and composed by Kathy Kosins, David McMurray, Gene Dunlap, performed by Gene Dunlap and a sample from the documentary film, “Jean Michel Basquiat – The Radiant Child”.
“Noisy Eater” contains a sample from “The Noisy Eater” performed by Jerry Lewis.
“Wildflower” contains a sample from “Putney Swope”, courtesy of All Channel Films, Inc.
“Harmony” contains a sample from “Everything That Touches You” written and composed by Terry Kirkman performed by The Association and a spoken word sample from “Alphabetical Slaughter” performed by DJ Kay Slay, courtesy of Select Records.
“Park Music” contains a sample from the film, “American Juggalo”.
“Livin’ Underwater (Is Somethin’ Wild)” contains samples from “Uncle Albert” performed by Paul and Linda McCartney from the album “Ram” (HRM-33448) and samples from “Water Woman” written and composed by Jay Ferguson.
“The Wozard of Iz” contains samples from “Lost In Your Eyes” written and composed by Tommy James and Mike Vale.
“Over The Turnstiles” contains samples from “Witchi Tai To” written and composed by James Gilbert Pepper.
“Sunshine” contains samples from “Leave It All Behind Me” written and composed by Sheila Young, performed by The Fuzz and samples from “Summer (The First Time)” written and composed by Bobby Goldsboro.
“Light Up” contains samples from “The Debutante’s Ball” written and composed by Randy Newman, performed by Harper’s Bizarre and samples from “World of Fantasy” performed by The Five Stairsteps, used courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment.
”Stepkids” contains samples from “Raise the Bells” written and composed by Lou Barlow, performed by Folk Implosion.