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|1.||"Be Somebody Else" (4:14)|
|4.||"Imaginary Nation" (2:57)|
|5.||"Howling At The Moon" (3:42)|
|1.||"I Surrender" (3:35)|
|3.||"Snake Oil" (2:46)|
|4.||"Super Blue Blood Moon" (3:31)|
|5.||"Last Things First" (3:47)|
Change lies at the very heart of "Carousel", the third and perhaps most-eagerly anticipated Clock Opera album to date. After all, it has been a long time coming. Spurred on by the personal experiences of Guy Connelly, if you're looking for something to buy loved ones as they enter parenthood for the first time, this may be it.
That's not a reference to dad rock or housewife pop. In the grand scheme of electronic music this is certainly at the safer end, informed by Brian Eno's ambience or "Homogenic"-era Bjork as much as sprawling, classically-informed science fiction. But it's anything but throwaway. Instead, it's the overarching themes that mark this one out as the ideal gift for those in periods of great transition. It looks at the challenges of newfound fatherhood, considers sacrifices necessary to alter behavioural patterns and asks what identity really means. Profound stuff.