Underworld - Oblivion With Bells
NME.COM feature on Underworld - Oblivion With Bells album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 12 October 2007
'Their first in five years feels like an event'
Underworld were always the coolest of the ’90s triumvirate of dance music for indie people (see also: Chemical Bros, Prodigy), as their tunes actually sounded better in clubs and they only made records when they needed to. So their first in five years feels like an event, even if relevance has long since departed. ‘Oblivion With Bells’ is less the comedown than the sound of the party...
- Oct 12, 2007
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- Beautiful Burnout
- Holding The Moth
- To Heal
- Ring Road
- Glam Bucket
- Boy, Boy, Boy
- Cuddle Bunny vs Celtic Villages
- Cuddle Bunny vs. Celtic Villages
- Faxed Invitation
- Good Morning Cockerel
- Best Mamgu Ever
Forays into experimentation show that Karl Hyde and Rick Smith should stick to what they do best
- Sep 13, 2010
- Nov 14, 2003
- Feb 4, 2003
Royal Festival Hall
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