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U.S. VERSION INCLUDES TWO EXCLUSIVE TRACKS!
ATTACK DECAY SUSTAIN RELEASE is the debut album from SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO.
The electronic duo is comprised of James Ford and Jas Shaw formally of experimental indie band Simian. The two took to playing DJ sets after Simian gigs and thus the "mobile disco" took on a life all its own. Coming into the spotlight with the ubiquitous dance-floor remix of Justice vs Simian's "We Are Your Friends" SMD found themselves embraced by dance music fans who were looking for more. When crafting original compositions in earnest, James and Jas purposefully chose to exclusively use analog equipment giving their arrangements a distinct, human quality. Those who lent their voice to SMD include Go! Team frontwoman, Ninja and one time Simian band-mate, Simon Lord.
Simian Mobile Disco have an instinctive knowledge for what will work on any dance-floor and now they've used that instinct to create the most invigorating dance album of 2007.
The Simian Mobile Disco is coming to your town: do not even attempt to sleep.
This was my fav album of the year. LOVE the Hustler song, it was my theme song! Take that min words!Published 23 months ago by Llydia Hickey
This album is a mixed bag. Half of it is quite good while the other half is pretty awful. I applaud SMD for trying the electro/acid house sound. Read morePublished on September 22, 2009 by Media Man
This CD can't help but make you move. A solid overall compilation. Great for parties or for any time you want to feel good.Published on January 21, 2009 by D. Bercaw
Solid album all the way through. If you like Justice or Digitalism then this will fit nicely next to them on the shelf.Published on January 10, 2009 by Zac
It is my opinion that Simian Mobile Disco is the new "cool" thing to listen to among the artists or underground crowd. Read morePublished on October 24, 2008 by Brian Lange.
First seven tracks or so are bonkers.. this album is defintely worth buying if you are into indie club music.. or electronica for that matter!Published on March 11, 2008 by Jeffrey Bourke
Una vez leí una reseña que calificaba a SMD como los mejores imitadores de Daft Punk. Estoy de acuerdo parcialmente. Read morePublished on March 10, 2008 by Casstruita