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Stylistically, Ivory Tower finds Gonzales treading new ground once again: produced entirely by Boys Noize, the record has a pulsating euro-pop flavour. This approach has varying degrees of success, but for the few misplaced blasts of garish synths and computerised vocals, there are neat disco rhythms that add depth to a still-piano-dominated album. Elsewhere there are some down tempo instrumentals in 'Bittersuite' and 'Final Fantasy', and occasional witty interjections, but vocals are used sparingly throughout.
Stylistically, Ivory Tower finds Gonzales treading new ground once again: produced entirely by Boys Noize, the record has a pulsating euro-pop flavour. This approach has varying degrees of success, but for the few misplaced blasts of garish synths and computerised vocals, there are neat disco rhythms that add depth to a still-piano-dominated album. Elsewhere there are some down tempo instrumentals in 'Bittersuite' and 'Final Fantasy', and occasional witty interjections, but vocals are used sparingly throughout.
5025425241154

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 16090
Rel. Date: 08/24/2010
UPC: 5025425241154

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Stylistically, Ivory Tower finds Gonzales treading new ground once again: produced entirely by Boys Noize, the record has a pulsating euro-pop flavour. This approach has varying degrees of success, but for the few misplaced blasts of garish synths and computerised vocals, there are neat disco rhythms that add depth to a still-piano-dominated album. Elsewhere there are some down tempo instrumentals in 'Bittersuite' and 'Final Fantasy', and occasional witty interjections, but vocals are used sparingly throughout.
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