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9 thoughts on “ Safety - Herbert* - The Shakes (CD, Album)

  1. “The Shakes” is Matthew Herbert’s first album under the name HERBERT since ’s dark orchestral disco fantasy ‘Scale’ (K7!). The album deals with intensely personal issues such as raising young children against a backdrop of an increasingly unstable world and, amongst other things, utilizes the sound of used bullets and shells from eBay as part of its soundscape.
  2. Jun 01,  · I've been a fan of Matthew's for years. Although I don't crossover into his experimental albums under his "Matthew Herbert" name, I still recognize his talent and ambition. Around The House, Bodily Functions, Scale and now The Shakes. This album absolutely is on par with these great albums and I highly recommend it.
  3. Buy The Shakes by Herbert on Bleep. Available on Vinyl LP, CD. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC, WAV (bit).
  4. Mar 23,  · The album under the name Herbert, deals with intensely personal issues such as raising young children against a backdrop of an increasingly unstable world and, amongst other things, utilizes the.
  5. Herbert - The Shakes Features the singles 'Strong' & 'Middle' Includes a download code for album plus 4 bonus remixes" Bonus download only MP3 tracks as follows: 1. Strong (Roska Remix)) 2. Smart (Julian Sartorius Version) 3. Silence (Merz Version) 4. Strong (Catz 'n Dogz Remix)/5(20).
  6. Herbert represents Matthew Herbert’s return to straight-dance music after many full-name years being bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo isn’t a bad thing, as The Shakes shows great bouncy skill, as bleep-heavy as the old-school-video-game cover might suggest, but well suited to having a little groove too.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Herbert* - The Shakes at Discogs. Complete your Herbert* collection.4/5(44).
  8. Review: Here is the re-release of Matthew Herbert's first album " lbs", which was released originally in on the label bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo a classic by now, it is purely instrumental (so before the time he started to work with Dani Siciliano) and still sounds as fresh as a brand new release.

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