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Two years after the last album "Trigger", which was praised in unison by both fans and critics, the masters of Swedish melancholic synthpop are now back with the new album "Tristesse" (French for sorrow). On this album The Mobile Homes refine their established sound to perfection. Every single note feels well balanced and the atmospherically beautiful and whimsical vocal loops crawl under the skin of the listener. To manage to get such a melancholic collection of songs to still feel uplifting and life-affirming is a piece of art in itself. This musical soft plaid will keep you warm during the long, dreary autumn months. One of the tracks also features a guest appearance by Bon Harris (Nitzer Ebb). We think we succeeded with a beautiful and dark album full of sadness and beauty.
Two years after the last album "Trigger", which was praised in unison by both fans and critics, the masters of Swedish melancholic synthpop are now back with the new album "Tristesse" (French for sorrow). On this album The Mobile Homes refine their established sound to perfection. Every single note feels well balanced and the atmospherically beautiful and whimsical vocal loops crawl under the skin of the listener. To manage to get such a melancholic collection of songs to still feel uplifting and life-affirming is a piece of art in itself. This musical soft plaid will keep you warm during the long, dreary autumn months. One of the tracks also features a guest appearance by Bon Harris (Nitzer Ebb). We think we succeeded with a beautiful and dark album full of sadness and beauty.
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Tristesse
Artist: Mobile Homes
Format: CD
New: Available $23.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Wedding Night
2. Some Days
3. Throne
4. In Memoriam No One (Nothing to Say)
5. If You Ask Me
6. The Last Third
7. Centuries
8. Conclusion
9. That Familiar Place
10. Inferior
11. When Everything Is Alright

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Two years after the last album "Trigger", which was praised in unison by both fans and critics, the masters of Swedish melancholic synthpop are now back with the new album "Tristesse" (French for sorrow). On this album The Mobile Homes refine their established sound to perfection. Every single note feels well balanced and the atmospherically beautiful and whimsical vocal loops crawl under the skin of the listener. To manage to get such a melancholic collection of songs to still feel uplifting and life-affirming is a piece of art in itself. This musical soft plaid will keep you warm during the long, dreary autumn months. One of the tracks also features a guest appearance by Bon Harris (Nitzer Ebb). We think we succeeded with a beautiful and dark album full of sadness and beauty.
        
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