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Deadmau5Audio CD
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Joel Zimmerman doesn’t like being called a DJ. The 28-year-old dance music phenomenon from Toronto, better known as Deadmau5, rolls his eyes a the description, which he sees as a hopelessly outdated way of describing what he does. His sets are closer to live performances. He plays mostly his own material, assembling tracks on the fly, using cutting edge computer technology, including ... Read more in Amazon's Deadmau5 Store

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  • Audio CD (November 4, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ultra Records
  • ASIN: B001G5IJWE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,009 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sometimes Things Get, Whatever
2. Complications
3. Slip
4. Some Kind Of Blue
5. Brazil (2nd Edit)
6. Alone With You
7. I Remember
8. Faxing Berlin (Piano Acoustic Version)
9. Faxing Berlin
10. Not Exactly
11. Arguru
12. So There I Was

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"Deadmau5 is doubtless one of dance music's golden boys...His dark take on shimmering four-to-the-floor is chameleonic, lending itself to the virtual DJ bags of everyone from electro crunchers to big room conductors" --Miami New Times

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This Juno award winning producer and electronic artist flirts with techno and minimal beats while hinting at tech house, trance, and electro. "Random Album Title" brings together for the first time all of Deadmau5's most popular material, plus new songs.

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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
If you are a fan of electronic / dance / trance / progressive then you will like Random Album Title. Half of the 12 tracks are excellent which already makes it better than most albums. The other half range from boring to listenable. Tons of DJs are sampling from Deadmau5 and for good reason, his music has incredible range, some that makes you want to move and some that you can listen to and just chill. Just listen to Faxing Berlin, Brazil, or I Remember.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best album I own August 4, 2009
Format:MP3 Music
If you like electro-house then you need this album. Deadmau5 defines the genre or perhaps re-defines it. I've also noticed a lot of cross over appeal to people that arent into electro-house, they still like deadmau5 so its great car trip material.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars livemau5, deadmau5 April 22, 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
After daily repeated listenings during my lengthy work commutes spanning the last couple months, this album has continued to stay on top and will easily remain in my short stack of favorites. While I recently raved about the electronic music in the soundtrack for "The Social Network", this album is so much more alive and richly textured. And the one track that has voice loops, "Sometimes Things Get, Whatever", reminds me of why I originally got into industrial music, and has helped re-invite songs such as Ministry's "The Nature of Love" to my car stereo. Of course, the genres of these other albums are different, but what makes this album especially unique are all the varied musical influences that come to surface after repeated listenings. While attempting to find other albums like "Random Album Title", I have come across a lot of home made lists of recommendations, but none so far has fit the bill, including other works by deadmau5. The inspiration that gave Joel Zimmerman his 8-character-limited screen name may have been a dead mouse he found inside a PC he was fixing, but this album is anything but dead. Even the one track that has lyrics, "I remember", is executed well, and my other personal favorites, "Complications", "Faxing Berlin", and "Arguru", are phenomenal. It grows on you. Quickly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow November 13, 2012
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Random Album Title is a modern classic. First things first, "I Remember" is chilling and features those techno-trademark angelic vocals. All of the singing on the song is great, but especially when the melody peaks at the words "I remember"...the power is indescribable. As the only true vocal track on the album, it makes sense that it would be the big hit.

But that doesn't necessarily make it the best song. The yearning, driving buildup (and climax) of "Alone With You" are second to none; "Faxing Berlin" (particularly the short "Piano Acoustica Version") is equal parts sad and beautiful; and "Complications" takes the funny, funky tone set by the light-hearted "Sometimes Things Get, Whatever" to very serious, dark territory in seconds.

I personally started with 4x4=12 and >Album Title Goes Here< two months ago and now own each major release except For Lack of a Better Name. All three that I've heard so far are solid, solid albums. But as much as I liked 4x4=12--and love >Album Title Goes Here<--Random Album Title is probably the best of the three. The buildups and breakdowns add a tremendous amount to this release (whereas they just bog 4x4=12 down), and I love the continuous mix feel (perhaps the only thing >Album Title Goes Here< lacks). But in any event, if he's got a career this solid already, keep it coming!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deadmau5! February 28, 2009
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This album has many of the tracks that brought him worldwide attention: Not Exactly, Arguru, Faxing Berlin, I Remember (with Kaskade!), etc. Destined to be a classic.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deadmau5: Mesmerizing CD! September 20, 2010
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Not too long ago, I purchased "For Lack of a Better Name" by Deadmau5. Terrific Album! I just can't get enough of it! As such, I returned and bought the previous Deadmaus CD, "Random Album Title" as it was recommended in many user reviews of other Deadmau5 albums. "Random Album Title" is also quite an excellent album. Quite excellent!

Deadmau5 (aka., Joel Zimmerman) is a virtuoso composer who generates his music mostly through the use of computers. It's amazing stuff! Take my word for it. The sound quality and range on Deadmau5 CDs is just amazing, but you're going to need fairly good reproduction equipment to take full advantage of it. I have a modest stereo system having a 100-watts per channel receiver, a pair of three-way speakers with 12-inch woofers and an 80 watt powered subwoofer. I would regard my equipment as minimal. If you ever get the opportunity to listen to a Deadmau5 disc on high-end equipment, jump at the chance! The sound is awesome! In any case I would regard a fairly substantial sub-woofer as an essential component. I play the disc at moderately high volume. The woofers and sub-woofer provide provide an awesome bass background that you can feel as well as hear. The mid- and high-range notes then seem to float on this substantial pounding deep-bass background. The tweeters pick up some very delicate tinkling notes that can barely be heard. The total effect of this wonderful mixture is just mesmerizing, not to mention the high quality of the songs.

In my own listening, I regard this music to be symphonic and I listen to the entire album from the opening note to the closing. I know, you can play individual songs if you like, but this is a truly outstanding composer and I want to listen to the thoughtful way in which he has constructed the entire album.
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