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I Better - Lorn (2) - ‎Ask The Dust (CD, Album)

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  1. Ask The Dust by Lorn, released 18 June 1. Mercy 2. Ghosst 3. Weigh Me Down 4. This 5. Diamond 6. Everything Is Violence 7. The Well 8. The Gun 9. Dead Dogs Chhurch I Better Ghosst's Italics (Digital Bonus Track) Lorn returns with a new full-length album, his debut on Ninja Tune, and it’s a huge stride forward since “Nothing Else” (released on Brainfeeder, June ).

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  2. He also received exposure in with his remix of grime musician Jammer's track "Better Than". He released his second album, Ask The Dust (after the novel by John Fante), on Ninja Tune in

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  3. Having proven his potential with 's Nothing Else album on Brainfeeder, Lorn graduates to Ninja Tune to deliver the follow-up, Ask The Dust. What's great about Lorn's crisp, acute productions is how refreshingly dark and troubled they sound - while most contemporary beatmakers seem content to wallow in some vaguely defined state of video game euphoria, Lorn channels far murkier, more.

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  4. Lorn returns with a new full-length album, his debut on Ninja Tune, and it's a huge stride forward since "Nothing Else" (released on Brainfeeder, June ). Listening back to his first album, Lorn says it now seems "cold and strict." "Ask The Dust," on the other hand, is .

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  5. Buy Ask The Dust by Lorn on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP, CD. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC.

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  6. [Ask The Dust is] an appropriate title for an album this haunting, this layered with wisps of shadowy movement caught out of the corner of one's eye, the last words of those who died alone attempting to connect with the right set of ears, anything that might understand. Indeed, this is .

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  7. Jun 18,  · Get all the lyrics to songs on Ask The Dust and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.

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  8. Jun 26,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Ask The Dust by Lorn Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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  9. Lorn returns with a new full-length album, his debut on Ninja Tune, and it’s a huge stride forward since Nothing Else (released on Brainfeeder, June ). Listening back to his first album, Lorn says it now seems “cold and strict.” Ask The Dust, on the other hand, is “haunted, oil.

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