Scorpio Rising is the third album by British electronica band Death in Vegas. It was released on 16 September 2002 in the United Kingdom via Concrete Records, and on 17 June 2003 in the United States via Sanctuary Records. The album takes its name from an experimental film by Kenneth Anger. Scorpio Rising features guest vocalists Liam Gallagher, Hope Sandoval, Nicola Kuperus, and Paul Weller, as well as string arrangements by Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam.
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Really Curious these Death In Vegas Album. When everybody can expected they follow the succesfully psychedelic electronic-rock line of "The Contino Sessions" and "Scorpio Risinsg", they turn to a really experimental album. In the line of the first krautrockers they made a really atmosferic dark and emotional album . A release inspired by Krautrock, sweeping analogue synthlines and staccato drumming permeates the album. Sons of Rother" is a hommage to Neu!, and "Kontroll" emulates the bassline of Kraftwerk's "Kometenmelodie" to great effect. Recommended listening indeed!
The album which was named after the studio Death in Vegas recorded most of their records is the crown on their career. It's an album full of surprises from one of the most interesting electronica groups to come out of the '90s. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Printed innersleeves. Bobby Gillespie, Iggy Pop & Jim Reid.
The mix CD Fabriclive. 23 got its worldwide release in 2005. A move to New York City kept Fearless away from the Death in Vegas project until 2011, when the "Your Loft My Acid" single preceded the release of the album Trans-Love Energies. The band followed up in early 2016 with its sixth full-length, Transmission, a collaborative effort with writer and former adult performer Sasha Grey.
The album was recorded at Death in Vegas' own studio The Contino Rooms in early 2002, with the strings recorded at Trinity Wave Station in Chennai, India. The song "Hands Around My Throat" contains samples from the songs "Rock Around the Clock" by Telex (written by Max C. Freedman and Jimmy DeKnight) and "Whitewater" by Tortoise (written by Dan Bitney, Bundy Kien Brown, John Herndon, Doug McCombs, and John McEntire). 23 Lies" includes a sample from "Goin' Back" by The Byrds, written and composed by Carole King and Gerry Goffin. Almost Cool gave it a score of . 5 out of ten and said, "While everything on.
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