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When It Falls
     

When It Falls

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by Zero 7
 
You may not know the names Sam Hardaker and Henry Binns, but chances are you've heard the seductive grooves of their musical imprint, Zero 7, emanating from a cool café, club, or boutique. Their debut album, 2001's Simple Things, gave down-tempo dance music a wider appeal, instilling the duo's sinewy rhythms and

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This cd is great. If you liked "Simple Things"you will love this one. It is a little more downtempo than simple things. Every track is good. Let it play or put it on random all of the songs blend nicely it doesn't matter. Trust me buy it , you'll be glad you did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This second album by ZERO7 is so perfect. "When It Falls" has may more vocals then their debut "Simple Things" however the singing and lyrics are perfection. This album is an A+ while the first one was only an A.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The British duo of Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker, otherwise known as Zero 7, are Air without irony. When It Falls is absolutely busting with floaty Fender Rhodes keyboard riffs, plucked acoustic guitars, billowing cornets and sexy vocalists. It's all purpose-built for a lights-low, aftershow party for two. "Somersault" burbles with Velveeta bass and simmers with a feline soul vocal by Sia Furler, and "Passing By" has a seven-layer rhythm underneath the vintage-keyboard vamping and Barbarella sound effects. The deliciously slow "In Time" features an effortlessly gorgeous vocal by Sophie Barker, and its beats and pieces tumble along with a rustic, quasi-western feel, as if Zero 7 have bizarrely reinvented Harvest-era Neil Young as a zipperless, untortured electronic producer. It's very sexy, though not exactly romantic. When It Falls is akin to a fabulous one-night stand: It feels great, it's very easy, and it requires absolutely no love or commitment at all. PAT BLASHILL
Guest More than 1 year ago
nice, but not as good as the first one, which was overated anyway...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago