Shanghai Void (Stalin Gardens)

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Shanghai Void
Artist Stalin Gardens
English title Shanghai Void
Publisher Self-produced
Date of release 2012
Release Type Digital, CD
Languages on Record English
Total Discs 1
Total Tracks 9
This is a record which could be a CD, LP, tape, digital netdownload or any other kind of collection of music. For a more precise definition, see Category:Records.

Cover

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Credits

Track Listing

  1. A Night Apartment
  2. Osteosarcoma
  3. Porcelain
  4. Sex Bomb
  5. Under The Black Moon
  6. Politique de Minuit
  7. Procrastination Bulbs
  8. Last Days
  9. Inside the Shanghai Void


Reviews

  • Andy Best (c) 2012

The album is available for listening at their Douban ahead of traditional release. It is called Shanghai Void and is notable to me for reflecting both the China scene influences and life in the city itself, not to mention some excellent turns of phrase and an excellent recording of fan favourite / child cancer epic Osteosarcoma.

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  • Pangbianr (c) 2012

In terms of hard-left-field music, Shanghai is pretty damn empty. So it’s good we have Stalin Gardens to send this plodding slow-burner, which moves from an opening Nas reference to songs about post-national consumerism and bone cancer, screaming into said void.

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Further Information

  • Douban page
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