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9 thoughts on “ (Into The Desert) - Cut Copy - Free Your Mind (CDr, Album)

  1. Nov 05,  · Free Your Mind isn't just the beat-savvy jams you can dance to, it's also a collection of unintentionally inspirational mantras that move both your body and mind. Cut Copy .
  2. Nov 01,  · You can really see the evolution of Cut Copy through the four albums. I think they just continuously get better and better, though I prefer Zonoscope to the Free Your Mind album. The tribal/rhythmic tracks are so well done and there is such great cohesion throughout the two last albums/5(36).
  3. Sep 09,  · Free Your Mind: 01 (Intro) 02 Free Your Mind 03 We Are Explorers 04 Let Me Show You Love 05 (into the desert) 06 Footsteps 07 In Memory Capsule 08 (above the city) 09 Dark Corners & Mountain Tops.
  4. Jun 10,  · referencing Free Your Mind, 12", Yel + 12", Pin + Album, B Every Cut Copy album has it's own feel to it. This album in particular though is very hard to pin/5().
  5. Free Your Mind manages to be Cut Copy's most homogenous and it's most "message-based" record yet, and in doing little other than turning on, tuning in and dropping out, there’s precious little separating it from the vapid electro-pop to which Cut Copy used to be an alternative.
  6. Their album, Free Your Mind, is even bigger sounding and warmer. Taking tons of inspiration from the late-'80s and early-'90s club scene in the U.K. and touching on everything from the Hacienda-ready acid house to the thumping piano house of groups like Black Box, the album .
  7. Cut / Copy* ‎– Free Your Mind Label: Modular Recordings ‎– B, Loma Vista ‎– B, Republic Records ‎– B/5(27).
  8. Cut Copy is a synthpop band formed in in Melbourne, Australia, and made up of Dan Whitford (lead vocals/keys/guitar), Tim Hoey (bass/guitar), Mitchell Scott (drums) and Ben Browning (bass/synthesiser), Bennett Foddy being a former member. Their sound is much in the vein of artists such as Daft Punk, drawing considerable influence from older bands such as New Order, Electric Light.
  9. Oct 28,  · An acid house-influenced album from Melbourne is not something that one imagines writing about in A knee-jerk response would involve some reference to our internet-addled times but for Australian band Cut Copy the seed for their fourth album, Free Your Mind, out Nov. 5, was altogether more analogue. It involved the spirit of the UK's.

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