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  1. Sep 15,  · Off The Map Featuring – Jamie Lidell Written-By – Jamie Lidderdale: Synthesise: ℗ Simian Mobile Disco under exclusive license to Wichita Recordings Ltd. Simian Mobile Disco: Temporary Pleasure ‎ (CD, Album /5(22).
  2. Aug 12,  · Simian Mobile Disco, what can be said that hasn't already been said, especially in the post 'Simian, not Mobile, nor Disco, nor kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfoe' featured on missingtoof which walks you through the rise of Simian to its fall and the phoenix that rose from its ashes and added an MD to its name.. With the release of 'Temporary Pleasure', Simian Mobile Disco continues their streak .
  3. James Ford and James Shaw seem to have had a hand in just about every record released over the past couple of years, between them remixing the likes of Bjork, Muse and Air, while Ford alone has produced Florence & The Machine, Klaxons, Arctic Monkeys and The last Shadow Puppets. This second album finds the duo flicking through their celebrity address books and hooking up with a variety of.
  4. Aug 16,  · Simian Mobile Disco: Temporary Pleasure in the grander Simian narrative the album indicates the duo Rather than a mere showing off of Simian Mobile Disco's connectedness with the vanguard.
  5. Temporary Pleasure, an Album by Simian Mobile Disco. Released 17 August on Wichita (catalog no. WEBBCD; CD). Genres: Electro.
  6. Simian Mobile Disco go for TEMPORARY PLEASURE with their second album, letting the psychedelic thrum of "Cream Dream" lead the way before the twinkling groove of "Audacity Of Huge" comes in. Indeed, this album seems to lean much more in a pop direction than their previous one, but they can still put out a a Vitalic-like stomper such as " /5(5).
  7. Beth Ditto manages to sound relatively restrained on 'Cruel Intentions', bringing a great performance to the table that ends up sounding like something from the Hercules & Love Affair album. Slightly more off-putting - at least in its initial stages - is the Jamie Liddell-fronted 'Off The Map', which starts out with a very silly vocal that's.

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