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A split album (or split) is a music album which includes tracks by two or more separate artists. There have been singles and EPs of the same variety, which are often called "split singles" and "split EPs" respectively. Split albums differ from "various artists" compilation albums in that they generally include several tracks of each artist, or few artists with one or two tracks each, instead of multiple artists with only one or two tracks each.
The group's new, self-titled album will arrive Sept. 7 on Matador, which released the act's first two albums, 2002's "Turn On the Bright Lights" and 2004's "Antics," which have sold 522,000 and 501,000 copies, respectively, according to Nielsen SoundScan. We had an amazing working relationship with the band on their first two albums, and we continued to be friends and fans of theirs," Matador Chris Lombardi says of re-entering the relationship. Dengler and Kessler began developing the new songs in the fall of 2008, with recording taking place in August 2009 at Electric Lady Studios in New York. Though in keeping with Interpol's angular, moody post-punk style, drummer Sam Fogarino describes the new effort as "far more realized and relaxed. The peaks and valleys are more apparent," he says. Everything was more deliberate this time. there were no happy accidents.
It's always fun when an album comes along to fill a need you didn't even know you had. "Wouldn't it be sweet if an album took the prickly psych damage of Black Dice but made it work in the context of epic rock, so that it had the cathartic build of early Mogwai?" Why, yes- yes it would: Enter Bristol two-piece Fuck Buttons. Their most obvious gift is to use harsh sounds in service of something more conventionally musical. Left to their own devices after the demise of 5RC, the Mae Shi calmed down enough to make the most gloriously hyper indie rock album of 2008. HLLLYH offers simple, anthemic tunes that up the band's caffeinated giddiness, but the album is still pretty sprawling, filled with frantic Casio beats, unruly noise breaks, ridiculous climaxes, and an 11-minute mash-up of the entire album stuck right in the middle.