Oblivion With Bells

Release date
29 Jul 2014
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Crocodile 6:31 75,309
2 Beautiful Burnout 8:10 70,217
3 Holding the Moth 5:30 45,415
5 Ring Road 4:32 44,495
6 Glam Bucket 5:46 51,227
7 Boy, Boy, Boy 6:05 39,282
8 Cuddle Bunny Vs. Celtic Villages 2:23 1,616
9 Faxed Invitation 4:45 37,907
10 Good Morning Cockerel 2:29 41,705
11 Best Mamgu Ever 8:46 42,346

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  • ZRFS

    nice album

    15 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Quisquillian

    This one grew on me rather gradually, and now almost seven years later I'd say it's a very satisfying and generally engaging album. Needless to say Underworld radically shift their trajectory with each successive release, OwB is no different. The mood and structure is less cohesive when compared with its predecessors, yet it still bears all the hallmarks of Underworld mk III. It begins brilliantly with Crocodile and the crowd favourite Beautiful Burnout, followed by the more insular and cerebral housey Holding the Moth and To Heal, the first of three shorter interlude tracks which serve a similar function to Blueski and Ess Gee I suppose. I found To Heal pretty contrived though. As for the remainder, Faxed Invitation and Glam Bucket are enjoyable but kinda forgettable as well, although they're both really pretty. Ring Road is actually unlistenable for me, honestly I think it's awful and I skip it without fail. Best Mamgu Ever closes the album on a distinctive and moving note. Yeaaah

    16 Aug 2013 Reply
  • nicko252008

    This group is the reason why I make music. Very Inspiring

    18 Aug 2010 Reply
  • sola_sistim

    крокодайл - боевик! включаю на полную громкость и ору: aaaaaaaaaall !!! these things in meeee, in meeee aaaaaaaaaall !!! these things in meeee, in meeee

    23 Jul 2010 Reply
  • optimistic_tour

    why is this being compared to Dubnobass? Because of the similar cover art? They couldn't be more different. This is a natural progression from A Hundred Days Off... and it's really really good.

    1 Dec 2009 Reply
  • discordia23

    I never really loved Dubnobass as much as their other albums, this one ranks something like third best (which is still quite awesome)

    21 Nov 2009 Reply
  • cocteau1

    re josef27 - perfect description there

    19 Oct 2008 Reply
  • moi_nicolas

    they are amazing live!

    3 Jun 2008 Reply
  • daviddonoghue

    I think Dubnobass isnt really comparable to this album.. both were recorded and produced in two completely different ways, at two completely different times from when electronic music was in its infancy to now when electronic music is taken for granted and as easy as hitting a key on your laptop. This as much a forward thinkin album as Dubnobass... just as inovitave and thus JUST AS AWESOME!

    28 Apr 2008 Reply
  • josef27

    this album is a cloudy day's best friend

    28 Apr 2008 Reply
  • crackedeyes

    has anyone got lyrics?

    5 Apr 2008 Reply
  • crackedeyes

    how can i mark that its 2007 ?

    5 Apr 2008 Reply
  • Evanmeads

    I love crocodile..Favorite so far, I'm gonna keep listening, see how much I like em :)

    20 Feb 2008 Reply
  • seaeye

    Strangely enough my favorite tracks are #2 - #4. It may not be their best album, but still keeps the bar high. (and yes.. still better than dubnobass... ;)

    8 Feb 2008 Reply
  • IndefiniteCure

    Damn!...those last two tracks really surprised me in one way : the voice reminded me a lot of Maynard James Keenan, from Tool

    17 Jan 2008 Reply
  • kivancbilgin

    it's not awesome, it's ok. it's nice to see underworld still recording albums but, the guys had released stuf like dubno and second toughest, so come on: if this was awesome, what the hell were they ?

    4 Dec 2007 Reply

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