10 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The country's cold winters might explain why Norwegian production duo Röyksopp conjures such a warm, summery vibe on their debut. Cerebral and playful, Melody A.M. blurs the line between the chill room and the dance floor. "Eple”'s ascending synths ooze like a lava lamp, while "Poor Leno," featuring Kings of Convenience's Erlend Øye, grinds like some of the best house music. Folded between the supple beats are lavish strings, balmy basslines, and synths that whiz by like fireflies. Press play and hear the snow melt.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The country's cold winters might explain why Norwegian production duo Röyksopp conjures such a warm, summery vibe on their debut. Cerebral and playful, Melody A.M. blurs the line between the chill room and the dance floor. "Eple”'s ascending synths ooze like a lava lamp, while "Poor Leno," featuring Kings of Convenience's Erlend Øye, grinds like some of the best house music. Folded between the supple beats are lavish strings, balmy basslines, and synths that whiz by like fireflies. Press play and hear the snow melt.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Tw13ted Mind ,

Its so good....

....a Caveman would buy it!

DjuanB ,

Geico

Caveman at the airport

Aphexjazz ,

One of the best electronic albums of all time

I’ve been listening to this since it first came out when I was 11. Now it’s 2014 and I still listen to this album regularly. it has such a great atmosphere. It’s the kind of album you can put on and look out of a window on a cold rainy day, or driving along in your car in the middle of the summer. Timeless.

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