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Mike Shannon - Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End album

Mike Shannon - Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End album
  • Performer Mike Shannon
  • Title Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End
  • Date of release 2006
  • Country Germany
  • Style Techno, IDM, Minimal, Tech House
  • Other formats TTA RA APE MOD WAV MIDI XM
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1922 mb
  • Size FLAC 1837 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 252

Artists Mike Shannon Possible Conclusions to Stories That Never End. Possible Conclusions to Stories That Never End Mike Shannon. Possible Conclusions to Stories That Never End. 2006. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 130/130 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Possible Conclusions to Stories That Never End. 1. Come to U.

Possible Conclusions to Stories That Never End. Mike Shannon. 6. I'll Pay My Rent on the Daytime Nocturnal.

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Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End (Album). Over the last ten years Mike Shannon has been at the vanguard his craft using a lurid sense of personal aesthetic that has made him a luminary in the Canadian electronic music scene.

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Possible Conclusions has been called Shannon’s down-tempo album, but that downplays the level of assurance that’s gone into crafting what could very well be his most inspired work to date. Free of club restrictions, he has taken only the shadowy atmospherics of his previous work and imbued them with more intricate, adventurous beat patterns, a broader palette of found sounds, and a more sensitive ear for culling melody from cavernous tempos.

Tracklist

Come To U 5:25
Sudden Moves 5:11
Sweet Lies 2:58
Blind 5:30
Miyako 5:11
Taken Only Road 5:15
I'll Pay My Rent On The Daytime Nocturnal 3:38
Underwater Fish Market 1:17
Bathing In Microwaves 4:28
Last One Terrified 2:22
News 1:34
Remembrance 3:17
Tears 3:37
The Last Days 4:22

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
sc36cd, ~scape36cd Mike Shannon Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End ‎(CD, Album) ~scape, ~scape sc36cd, ~scape36cd Germany 2006
sc36cd Mike Shannon Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End ‎(CD, Album, Promo) ~scape sc36cd Germany 2006
sc 036 lp Mike Shannon Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End ‎(LP, Album) ~scape sc 036 lp Germany 2006


Talk about Mike Shannon - Possible Conclusions To Stories That Never End


Virn
ALL instrumentals are wonderful. Cleverly composed minimal electro. B3/B4 is a fine trip. ALL tracks with singing are nonsense. I think 4/10 are using curvy voices. I don't understand.
Malojurus
On POSSIBLE CONCLUSIONS TO STORIES THAT NEVER END, Mike Shannon lets a slightly more pop-abstract side of himself show, as the low-house tempo "Come To U" quietly hums into life, accompanied by breathy vocals by Anaïs. "Sudden Moves" goes in a bouncier direction with a shuffling dub-electro, while "Sweet Lies" slides into a sensuous slowness. "Blind" wanders down a chillier Detroit-inspired path that's echoed later on "Bathing In Microwaves," and "Miyako" takes a more abstract route. The spoken word on "Last One Terrified" doesn't do too much for me, but the jazz rhythms on "Tears" and the quiet percolating on "The Last Days" sure hit the spot. These stories sound just fine.
MisterMax
From an instrumental standpoint, this CD is okay...If a little middling. The inclusion of vocalist Anais (not sure if I spelled that right, sorry) ruins several of these tracks ---I don't consider her a very good vocalist; sounds very forced and she's not interesting or dynamic enough to justify the affectations. I have given it several listens, thinking I was perhaps not giving it enough of a chance, but still have trouble making it through any track she's on. I hope Mike Shannon has more wholly-instrumental releases, because those tracks are far more enjoyable! I would consider this a fair release for an artist early in his career, however it sounds like he has yet to fully come into his own.