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  1. Dec 16,  · Burial's second album, Untrue, was also released to critical acclaim and was the second-highest rated album of , according to the review-collating website, Metacritic. In recent years Burial has released a series of acclaimed long-form EPs.
  2. Burial is the debut studio album by London electronic producer Burial, released in on Kode9's Hyperdub label. Considered a landmark of the mids dubstep scene, the album's sound features a dark, emotive take on the UK rave music that preoccupied Burial in his youth, including 2-step, jungle, and UK garage. Critics have variously interpreted the release as an elegy for the dissipated rave movement Genre: Dubstep, UK garage, UK Bass.
  3. Oct 25,  · UK producer Burial will release a new album, Tunes , in December. Check out the compilation's artwork and full tracklist.
  4. Burialis releasing a compilation of tracks released between and Tunes To will be available digitally and as a double-CD via Hyperdubfrom December 6th, topping off the label's 15th anniversaryyear. It spans 17 tracks, including fan favourites such as "Come Down To Us," "Truant" and "Nightmarket.".
  5. Oct 25,  · Burial, the mysterious and beloved UK producer, has not released an album in 12 years. Untrue, the last Burial album, is so old that people were using the word "dubstep" to describe it.
  6. Debut album from William Emmanuel Bevan released genres 2-step garage, ambient, dubstep & UK garage. Named "Album of the Year" by The Wire magazi.
  7. Burial is a UK Garage cum Dubstep music, signed to Hyperdub record label, where the record label saw two top class critically album released one after the another. First was his self – titled album – Burial and next – Untrue. Self – Titled was the precursor for Untrue album.
  8. Burial: Rival Dealer ‎ (CD, EP) Hyperdub: HDBCD: UK & Europe: There's a reason why nobody's really talking about this record any more, yet albums like Untrue, and even singles like Nova are still getting played on radio stations and showing up in the occasional DJ set. Burial took an opportunity for short-lived positive.
  9. When I first got this album when it came out I never thought I'd stop listening to it. Obviously, I have and hardly ever listen to it today. For some reason it hasn't quite lasted as some other great albums (e.g Blue Lines mentioned below), but part of that I think is that it is an album that only real works when its dark, raining and you are on a bus passing through London.

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