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deadmau5's fourth studio album, > album title goes here <, is now available. Upon its release yesterday (September 25), the album made its debut at #1 on iTunes Dance chart and at #4 on iTunes Overall Album chart.
On > album title goes here <, “Professional Griefers” sees deadmau5 team up with My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way for a rousing, stadium-sized anthem fueled by propulsive production and a skittering hook. Think Queen siphoned through an underground club and you're only halfway there.
Then there's a hypnotic homage to Ray Bradbury on the shimmering, 8-minute-plus dreamscape “The Veldt” featuring Chris James. “Take care of the proper paperwork” guts a gritty guitar track into a haunting dance movement, while “Failbait” yields cybernetic rap with Cypress Hill terminating their verses on sight. Everything culminates on the ethereal bliss of “Telecommunications,” a collaboration with one of the world's most intriguing voices Imogen Heap.
The track listing for deadmau5’s > album title goes here < is:
02. Channel 42 (deadmau5 + Wolfgang Gartner)
03. The Veldt (feat. Chris James) [8 minute edit]
04. Fn Pig
05. Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way)
07. There might be coffee
08. Take care of the proper paperwork
12. Failbait (feat. Cypress Hill)
13. Telemiscommunications (deadmau5 + Imogen Heap)
Click here to download > album title goes here < or here to buy a physical copy.
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