15 Songs, 1 Hour 19 Minutes

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4.9 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Post Prufrock ,

Sexy, Icy, Sleek

Definitely took a while for it to open up, but Johnny Jewel and Co. have done an incredible job in updating classic Italo disco to create something far more potent than I think anyone ever expected from the genre; a fascinatingly dark and seductive work whose only light comes from fleeting streetlights and flickering neon signs. I'm also about 247% sure that this album was the direct inspiration for the cinematography and overall tone of Nicolas Winding Refn's masterful film, "Drive" ("Night Drive"'s epic fifteen-minute centerpiece "Tick of the Clock" was used in its opening title sequence).

goytsy ,

Listen Late

As the title suggests, this album really should be listened to in its entirety on a lonely drive through the city at night with the music turned up loud and the streetlights floating by like fireflies.

sbhudson86 ,

Mediocre

Pretty sad when the highest rated song is a cover of a Kate Bush classic. Placebo's cover is better.

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