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Making Mirrors (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Making Mirrors (Deluxe Version) by Gotye. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Alternative, Bop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:08:25 minutes.

Artist: Gotye
Release date: 2012
Genre: Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Alternative, Bop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:08:25
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No. Title Length
1. Making Mirrors 1:01
2. Easy Way Out 1:57
3. Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra) 4:04
4. Eyes Wide Open 3:11
5. Smoke and Mirrors 5:13
6. I Feel Better 3:18
7. In Your Light 4:39
8. State of the Art 5:22
9. Don't Worry, We'll Be Watching You 3:18
10. Giving Me a Chance 3:07
11. Save Me 3:51
12. Bronte 3:18
13. The Making of Eyes Wide Open 8:01
14. Eyes Wide Open 3:18
15. Somebody That I Used to Know 4:04
16. State of the Art 5:16
17. Bronte 3:14
18. Easy Way Out 2:13



Gotye's fans are a patient bunch. The Belgium-born (and Melbourne-raised) musician also known as Wally de Backer took a lengthy five years between 2006’s Like Drawing Blood and 2011’s Making Mirrors. During this half-decade, Gotye was making music with Aussie indie-pop trio The Basics. Here, the minute-long title track opens as Gotye whisper-sings into a lo-fi filter over spacy drones, sounding a lot like Spiritualized’s Jason Pierce. The following “Easy Way Out” plays for twice as long and makes good use of '60s-style fuzz guitar, tambourine, and bombastic drum parts before his falsettos in the chorus recall a young Beck Hansen. “Somebody That I Used To Know” is a dazzling standout single; Gotye duets with New Zealand R&B singer Kimbra, who lends her velvety voice on this quirky, catchy breakup song. The more haunting “Smoke and Mirrors” contrasts orchestral accouterments with a big, boomy tribal rhythm as Gotye’s melodies intertwine with those of a vintage keyboard. The uplifting “In Your Light” is another gem with upbeat handclap rhythms, blasting horns, and hints of gospel.