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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