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In Dream

Editors

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"... Slowdive’s legendary vocalist, Rachel Goswell as an airy complement to the earthbound instrumentation."
- SPIN

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1
No Harm
Editors
5:06
2
Ocean of Night
Editors
5:05
3
Forgiveness
Editors
3:44
4
Salvation
Editors
5:02
5
Life Is a Fear
Editors
4:24
6
The Law
Editors
4:51
7
Our Love
Editors
5:18
8
All the Kings
Editors
4:53
9
At All Cost
Editors
4:54
10
Marching Orders
Editors
7:45
Total Playing Time    51:02
British rock band Editors celebrates its tenth anniversary with this release, the group's fifth and first self-produced album. The band says these songs walk the line between pop and experimental; in that spirit, for the first time they are joined by an outside vocalist, Rachel Goswell from the group Slowdive on the single The Law.

"Our last record was the sound of us learning to walk again, with new legs! In Dream, our first self produced album, is us diving into the computer, a real studio record, made in isolation by the five of us. Can't wait for you all to hear it."
- Editors
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Editors Studio Masters

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