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'Two' is the second album from Dubstar since Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie reunited in the mid-2010s, and the first since their seminal 90s albums Disgraceful and Goodbye to be produced by New Order and Pet Shop Boys collaborator Stephen Hague. This reunion with Hague, ushers in a record of full-spectrum megapop, swooning synthesised orchestras, acutely observed kitchen sink dramas, and outright bangers. A mere 26 years since Stars and Not So Manic Now announced them as something disturbing and different in the pop firmament, Dubstar are themselves again - only more so.
'Two' is the second album from Dubstar since Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie reunited in the mid-2010s, and the first since their seminal 90s albums Disgraceful and Goodbye to be produced by New Order and Pet Shop Boys collaborator Stephen Hague. This reunion with Hague, ushers in a record of full-spectrum megapop, swooning synthesised orchestras, acutely observed kitchen sink dramas, and outright bangers. A mere 26 years since Stars and Not So Manic Now announced them as something disturbing and different in the pop firmament, Dubstar are themselves again - only more so.
5053760087120

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 05/13/2022
UPC: 5053760087120

Two [Deluxe] (Uk)
Artist: Dubstar
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Token
2. I Can See You Outside
3. Tectonic Plates
4. Lighthouse
5. Tears
6. Hygiene Strip
7. Blood
8. Social Proof
9. Kissing To Be Unkind
10. Perfect Circle
11. Hygiene Strip (Extended)
12. I Can See You Outside (Extended)
13. Tectonic Plates (Extended)
14. Token (Extended)
15. Blood (Remix)
16. I Can See You Outside (Bright Light Bright Light Remix)
17. Tectonic Plates (Dressing Up Extended Mix)
18. Token (Widescreen)
19. I Can See You Outside (Widescreen)

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'Two' is the second album from Dubstar since Sarah Blackwood and Chris Wilkie reunited in the mid-2010s, and the first since their seminal 90s albums Disgraceful and Goodbye to be produced by New Order and Pet Shop Boys collaborator Stephen Hague. This reunion with Hague, ushers in a record of full-spectrum megapop, swooning synthesised orchestras, acutely observed kitchen sink dramas, and outright bangers. A mere 26 years since Stars and Not So Manic Now announced them as something disturbing and different in the pop firmament, Dubstar are themselves again - only more so.
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