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10 000 Hz Legend


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  • Audio CD (May 29 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005IABM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Electronic Performers
2. How Does It Make You Feel
3. Radio Number 1
4. The Vagabond
5. Radian
6. Lucky And Unhappy
7. Sex Born Poison
8. People In The City
9. Wonder Milky Bitch
10. Don't Be Light
11. Caramel Prisoner


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By "mugtastic" on March 7 2005
Format: Audio CD
i love this album. i think both moon safari and talkie walkie are great, but there's something special here. takes you to another mental state. you may not want to be there forever, but its nice to visit. often. test your new headphones with this one. show off your stereo system. hope they put it out on sacd or dvd-a (stranger things have happened). rather than judge this effort by the naysayers, be adventurous and dive in to a world full of computers, lady lovers-(noun + verb) and french (geographically and attitudinally).
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Format: Audio CD
This is the first album that I bought from Air. Nobody seemed to be able to tell me much about it except that it was a let down to Air fans. I found it used and was charmed by the art work so bought it. I'm kind of glad that I bought this album before anything else by Air because it is so different from their other stuff. If you're already an Air fan, you might have to open your mind when listening to this album. It is less of the loungey ambience and more electro pop rock, but still very futuristic and spacey (if not more so). It still has the ambient tracks that Air is known for, but I rather enjoy their more playful stuff like Don't Be Light, People in the City, Lucky and Unhappy, Readio #1, and their beck featured track The Vagabond.
The only track I really disliked was Sex Born Poison. I like the intro but it's just too dramatic for me, however, I do like the theme. I found this album playful and kind of quarky. I love how they use so many different themes in this album; it has moody ambient tracks, fun up-beat electronica, prog rock, 70's sheek, space adventure soundscapes, futuristic robot love, and even (I think) an American folkyness like in Wonder Milky Bitch. To be honest it took a little of getting used to, but after listening to the hole thing undisturbed with the lights off it just made more sence. I personally find this album to be their best arguably to Talky Walky.
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By T. Dowell on May 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
I was suprised at the lower rating of this album. This is really different from anything else I have heard. Kind of a little Pink Floyd with a little Beck style.
I really like this album.
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By A Customer on April 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
HO NO! This album is nothing like the AIR that we knew. the only good songs are: how does it make you feel?, don't be light, radio#1 and and... nop that's it.
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Format: Audio CD
Rather than write a review of the phenomenal new AIR album "Talkie Walkie", I thought I'd comment on '10,000 Hz Legend" instead. Like many others, I was somewhat influenced by a lot of the not so positive reviews when it originally came out, so I never bought it. After listening and analyzing "Talkie Walkie", "Virgin Suicides" and "Moon Safari" for weeks, I realized that AIR is indeed one of those rare, timeless, phenomenal breeds of true from the soul creative artists. I bought "Premieres Symptomes" soon after and was blown away by that collection also. I noticed that despite "10,000 Hz Legend" being their lowest rated album here, most of the recent reviews have been 4 or 5 stars, so I knew that there had to be something special about this cd. I then came across a used copy of "Everybody Hertz" which of course are remixes of songs from "10,000 Hz Legend" and I watched the DVD inside of "Talkie Walkie" numerous times and I realized that I really, really liked all of the songs that were from "10,000 Hz Legend", except for a few of the remixes from "Everybody Hertz". Well, I finally got it and have been listening to it many, many times. It's phenomenal, a complete classic, the final affirmation that AIR is in a class by themselves. I think it's great that almost all of AIR's albums are completley different yet have a lot of similarities. The official review here at Amazon pretty much describes the tone, structure and delivery of "10,000 Hz Legend" but I don't agree with the subtle sarcasm and undeserved criticism related to the melodies and the fact that Beck's talents override AIR's delivery.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
Air's excellent new album "Talkie Walkie" made me revisit their previous (2001) album "10,000 Hz Legend", which frankly I hadn't listened to in quite a while. My loss! It's an outstanding album.
"10,000 Hz Legend" (11 tracks, 60 min.) starts with one of its very best tracks, "Electronic Performers", which invites comparisons to Kraftwerk's "We Are the Robots" both musically, as well as lyrically with lines like "We Are the Synchronizers/Machines Gave Me Some Freedom". But it's not all about syntesizers: piano and accoustic guitars come through as well in the album. Other stand-out tracks include the brooding "Lucky and Happy", "Radio #1", a coulda-shoulda been radio hit (which it wasn't of course, given the dismall state of US radio generally), and a wildly pulsing "Don't Be Light". Guest artists appear on the album, including Beck singing on "The Vagabond".
It's difficult to categorize Air, and that's one of the strenghts of the French duo. It'll be interesting to see if Air can cross over to the main stream with their new "Talkie Walkie" album. "10,000 Hz Legend" is equally a great album.
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