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Until the Quiet Comes


Download links and information about Until the Quiet Comes by Flying Lotus. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 46:39 minutes.

Artist: Flying Lotus
Release date: 2012
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 46:39
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No. Title Length
1. All In 2:58
2. Getting There (feat. Niki Randa) 1:49
3. Until the Colours Come 1:07
4. Heave(N) 2:22
5. Tiny Tortures 3:03
6. All the Secrets 1:56
7. Sultan's Request 1:41
8. Putty Boy Strut 2:53
9. See Thru to U (feat. Erykah Badu) 2:24
10. Until the Quiet Comes 2:40
11. DMT Song (feat. Thundercat) 1:19
12. The Nightcaller 3:28
13. Only If You Wanna 1:42
14. Electric Candyman (feat. Thom Yorke) 3:32
15. Hunger (feat. Niki Randa) 3:39
16. Phantasm (feat. Laura Darlington) 3:51
17. Me Yesterday//Corded 4:39
18. Dream to Me 1:36



Electronic pop auteur Flying Lotus (a.k.a. Steven Ellison) displays a new clarity of vision on Until the Quiet Comes as he reins in the scattershot tendencies of 2010’s Cosmogramma in favor of a more unified approach. The composer/producer still offers inspired pastiches of jazz, hip-hop and ambient sounds. But where his earlier work could be intentionally jarring, this album takes the listener on a smoothly-sequenced journey through inner landscapes. Ellison is aided by such notables as Erykah Badu (floating diva-like above the tribal groove of “See Thru to U”), Radiohead’s Thom Yorke (making his dark presence felt in “Electric Candyman”) and the Long Lost’s Laura Darlington (cooing her way through the eerie expanses of “Phantasm”). There’s plenty of sinewy pulsation amidst the billowing electronica, supplied by Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner’s insistent bass lines and Ellison’s jittery programmed beats. From the funkified growl of “The Nightcaller” to the robotic munchkin twitch of “Putty Boy Strut” and the sweet psyche-soul of “DMT Song,” Flying Lotus infuses the album with mystical vibes laced with subversive humor. Unearthly yet inviting, Until the Quiet Comes’ sonic spell is hard to resist.