UNKLE - Never, Never, Land
NME.COM feature on UNKLE - Never, Never, Land album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 10 August 2000
Sleek, deep and full of ideas...
As disappointments go UNKLE’s debut album, 1998’s ‘Psyence Fiction’, was up there with discovering that Santa likes a bit of kiddie fiddling. Four years in the making, James Lavelle and DJ Shadow’s all-star opus was talked up and mythologised like few records before or since. But it was a mess. A self-conscious attempt to make a Very Important Record: UNKLE had the dream team...
- Sep 25, 2003
Polished, precise and really rather pleasant
- May 24, 2010
Hold My Hand
- Oct 19, 2007
- Jul 13, 2007
Singer dedicates 'The Healing' at screening of 'Lives Of The Artists: Follow Me Down'
'The Answer EP' will be released on September 13
James Lavelle's band are coming to London in the summer
UNKLE - Never, Never, Land: Wikipedia Album Entry
Never, Never, Land is the second album by the British electronic music act UNKLE, released on September 22, 2003. On October 24, 2004 an expanded edition entitled Never, Never, Land Revisited was released. The original album debuted at #71 in Australia. It was promoted by four singles: Eye For An Eye, In A State, Reign and released only as a 12" promo Safe in Mind.
The tracks on the album contain audio samples from the movies The Prophecy, THX 1138 and The Thin Red Line, as well as from Black Sabbath track Changes from the album Vol. 4.
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