9 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With "Losing My Edge," James Murphy proved he had a better record collection than you. On Sound of Silver, he puts it to good use, crafting peerless tunes that draw from disco, dance-punk, krautrock, Detroit techno, and more, all while still sounding quintessentially LCD—and incredibly moving. "New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" is a bittersweet dirge torn from the real-estate section, and the one-two punch of "Someone Great" and "All My Friends" is a masterstroke of middle-aged emo.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With "Losing My Edge," James Murphy proved he had a better record collection than you. On Sound of Silver, he puts it to good use, crafting peerless tunes that draw from disco, dance-punk, krautrock, Detroit techno, and more, all while still sounding quintessentially LCD—and incredibly moving. "New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down" is a bittersweet dirge torn from the real-estate section, and the one-two punch of "Someone Great" and "All My Friends" is a masterstroke of middle-aged emo.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

MaxyNanner ,

PERFECT!

Every song is amazing, every song is vastly different from the last, every song is so fresh and full of emotion and excitement. How many albums have you heard like that? Only a few probably… so, YOU MUST BUY THIS!

Coleman A. Collins ,

yes

The universe is comprised of Track 4. Track 5 makes us human. This album is love. It cannot be improved upon. Go and do likewise.

markarizmendi ,

Timeless

This album is a good as any from 2007. "All My Friends" is almost unbelievably good, and reminds me of some of the best times of my life.

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