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Thursday, May 11, 2006 

Forcefully lonely

Ahh, Burial, whose debut thanks to k-punk I am rabid for; and now Mike has an excellent post about the album. I am salivating, and not just because I haven't had lunch (my day start later than most, so lunch is around 4:30). Come for the Buria, but stay for the fascinating, tasty brief analysis of Burial and Vocalcity near the end - and don't forget to connect it all up to Hua Hsu's article on New Order I linked a while back, since I think Mike's take on the commonality of those two albums is somewhat applicable to New Order too.

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