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The Garden is Zero 7's third studio album. It was released in the United Kingdom on May 22, 2006, and in the United States on June 6, 2006.

The track "Futures", featuring vocals by José González, was released on March 13, 2006 as a single and as a digital download. An extended version of the instrumental track "Seeing Things" and "Dreaming", with Sia Furler on vocals, were included as B-sides.

"Throw It All Away" was the second single, released on… read more

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  • Avatar for Juckey
    Aquired taste: the album. First I hated this to death, now I have to listen to it every summer. Especially "You're My Flame" and "Your Place" are excellent songs.
  • Avatar for radioheaden
    best album of Zero 7
  • Avatar for debux
    Hated this album at the firsts listens. Came back later, and currently I've heard it more than the two earlier albums. It's a pretty unique masterpiece, and a really nice combination of laidback tunes and upbeat.
  • Avatar for Excrono
    I loved this album pretty much from the first listen, just about every track is quality. However, I don't understand the negativity toward it either; it seems like a lot of people would prefer they keep the same kind of sound and not do anything different...
  • Avatar for garynotrashcoug
    I love the lounge sound of this album.
  • Avatar for Armed_Response
    This was the album that got me into them and, while I love all of their stuff, this is still my personal favorite.
  • Avatar for NEFTUNE
    ...No Hay Palabras...No Hay (There are NO WORDS 2 describe Zero 7 sounds)...a true compliment...indeed
  • Avatar for v13579
    it's the only album I own of theirs. never heard of them or anything else they've made before it. it instantaneously became one of my favorite albums and is definitely in my top 5 of all time.
  • Avatar for oMANOo
    I completely agree with the statement below
  • Avatar for kida08
    Compared to Yeah Ghost this album is untouchable. It evolved their sound without going hard pop on some songs like the followup.

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