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Don't Think (Live from Japan)


Download links and information about Don't Think (Live from Japan) by The Chemical Brothers. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 01:18:53 minutes.

Artist: The Chemical Brothers
Release date: 2012
Genre: Breakbeat , Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 01:18:53
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No. Title Length
1. Another World / Do It Again / Get Yourself High (Live) 7:21
2. Horse Power / Chemical Beats (Live) 9:50
3. Swoon / Star Guitar (Live) 10:59
4. Three Little Birdies Downbeats / Hey Boy Hey Girl (Live) 5:34
5. Don't Think / Out of Control / Setting Sun (Live) 10:12
6. Saturate (Live) 7:38
7. Believe (Live) 5:34
8. Escape Velocity / The Golden Path (Live) 8:34
9. Superflash (Live) 6:02
10. Leave Home / Galvanize (Live) 2:18
11. Block Rockin' Beats (Live) 4:51



Recorded at Japan's Fuji Rock Festival, Don't Think is a chance for those who haven't either seen The Chemical Brothers or kept up with their ever-expanding live show to get an idea of just how far the duo has come. Material here stretches back to The Chemical Brothers' early pre-LP days up to the title track, which appeared in the Darren Aronofsky film Black Swan (but not on the soundtrack album). The audience plays an important part in the recording, providing a sense of breathlessness and rapture at the over-the-top ballistics of electronica's first and most deserving arena-bound performers. Their music's unapologetically relentless and aggressive. Listen to the divebomb synths and the rattling rifle shots of the rhythm track of "Believe" to hear an electronica act that uses the theatrical power of rock 'n' roll and hip-hop. "Leave Home/Galvanize" has all the punch and power of a punk rock single in its two-plus minutes. Their classic "Block Rockin' Beats" brings a mechanized funk that promises and delivers the apocalypse. They obviously play off the crowd's energy, and the overmodulated mix makes things sound even more rich and cathartic.