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Steve Mason - Monkey Minds in the Devil's Time (2013) [FLAC] Released: 2013 Duration: 58:58 Genre: Pop/Rock Style: Indie Electronic, Trip-Hop Source: CD (tracks + cue) Codec: FLAC Bit Rate: ~ 900 kbps Bits Per Sample: 16 Sample Rate: 44,100 Hz 01 The Old Problem 02 Lie Awake 03 Flyover '98 04 A Lot of Love 05 The Last of the Heroes 06 Lonely 07 Safe Population 08 Friends for Evermore 09 Seen It All Before 10 From Hate We Hope 11 Oh My Lord 12 Goodbye Youth 13 Never Be Alone 14 Behind the Curtains 15 More Money, More Fire 16 Fire! 17 Operation Mason 18 Fight Them Back 19 Towers of ower 20 Come to Me The songscrap producer and haunted vocalist who made the Beta Band one of the brightest lights in Great Britain's post-Brit-pop world, Steve Mason was born in Edinburgh and formed the group during the mid-'90s. The Beta Band was originally a duo consisting of Mason and Gordon Anderson, although Anderson left the lineup shortly thereafter and the group coalesced around Robin Jones on drums, John Maclean on keyboards, sampler and turntables, and Richard Greentree on bass. From that point onward, Mason served as the group's unofficial leader. The Beta Band earned heaps of critical praise with an opening salvo of three EPs, all released on Regal and leading up to the release of their acclaimed debut album, 1999's The Beta Band. (Their fame only grew after they were name-dropped in the film High Fidelity by John Cusack, whose character claimed -- and then proved -- that he could immediately sell five copies of their EP collection The Three E.P.'s simply by playing one track.) The follow-up, Hot Shots II, earned greater praise, although shortly after their third release, 2004's Heroes to Zeros, the band announced their breakup. Mason had already debuted a solo project, King Biscuit Time, late in 1998, and during the 18 months that followed the Beta Band's breakup, he released a pair of King Biscuit singles -- including "C I AM 15," which reached number 67 on the British charts -- and a full album, 2006's Black Gold. One year later, he launched an electronica project called Black Affair, and a techno-influenced LP titled Pleasure Pressure Point appeared on V2 in 2008. He subsequently returned to a Beta Band format for his first album under his own name, a late-2009 single titled "All Come Down." The expected full-length album, Boys Outside, with production help from Richard X, appeared in 2010 on Double Six, distributed by Domino.
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