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Mirando - Ratatat - LP3 (CD, Album)

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  1. This album is the next stop of Ratatat's evolution. For those that are fans & love their style and great craft, this is Ratatat LP3 is a buffet of fantastic sound that will send you on a journey of ah/5(31).
  2. Aug 03,  · Mirando; Artist Ratatat; Album LP3; Writers Evan Mast, Mike Stroud; Licensed to YouTube by Beggars (on behalf of XL); LatinAutor, Abramus Digital, Rumblefish (Publishing), ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast.
  3. Jul 08,  · LP3 is the third studio album by Ratatat, released on July 8, It contains the single "Shiller" originally released on 7" vinyl. The duo experimented with different genres as well as synthesizer patches, percussion instruments, sound effects, and samples. Unlike the albums Ratatat and Classics, LP3 was recorded in a few weeks/5(18).
  4. LP3 is the third studio album (or third LP) by Ratatat, released on July 8, It contains the single "Shiller" originally released on 7" vinyl. The duo experimented with different genres as well as synthesizer patches, percussion instruments, sound effects, and samples. Unlike the albums Ratatat and Classics, LP3 was recorded in a few weeks.
  5. Album "Mirando" by musical artist Ratatat - Feb oransilkasurcoahiplicawafalnews.coinfo discover playlists genres posts. Search artist Mirando. Ratatat. Feb 02, 2 tracks. Track List. 1. Mirando. Mirando. Ratatat. 2. Mirando. Mirando (Animal Collective Remix) Ratatat. Other Albums. Magnifique LP4 LP3 Classics Ratatat Cream On Chrome Shempi Lex Wildcat Germany To.
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  7. Following is Mirando, driven with atypical drumming. And the album carries on, stretching a repertoire I never knew Ratatat possessed. LP3 eventually ends with Black Heroes, a pleasant, cheery ditty. The album affects the listener much like The Flaming Lips' Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. It's captivating, curious, weird, and wonderful.

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