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Millions Now Living Will Never Die

Tortoise's production expertise hit an early peak with Millions Now Living Will Never Die, a work that not only references studio-centric forms like dub and electronica, but actively welds them to the group's aesthetic of sturdily constructed indie rock. The centerpiece is the 21-minute opener "Djed," a multi-part track which brought Tortoise's already impressive compositional abilities to a grand scale. It's almost a history of influences in miniature, first referencing tape music and dub for several minutes, then moving… read more



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  • this is not post-rock
  • why do people like Neu! so much
  • Too "clean" for my tastes, it's almost excessively stagnant, rigid. Neu! (which has a massive influence on this album) for instance were able to create a vivid, movable music remaining in the electronic genre, a characteristic that lacks in this album, but this is just my personal opinion.
  • 189 listeners, what???
  • ★★★★★
  • mk741 i totally agree with you. This album is best choice if you have to write something, deadline is very, very close and you have lots to do and only way is to be very creative and forget about sleeping:)
  • I just realized that the title is a reference to Jehovah's Witnesses
  • everyone will die, stupid title 0/10
  • thanks for the vinyl repress.
  • I don't get them but I can understand why....the ticks that is...t7b

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