Paul Epworth - Voyager
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 5 ratings
September 11, 2020 / Release Date
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Sony UK / Label
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60
musicOMH

Epworth packs some interesting sonic tricks into this record, particularly the chaotic crescendo of interlude The Eternal Now, but overall Voyager doesn’t have the memorability or consistency to justify stepping into the limelight when semi-anonymity has served him so well.

50
DIY
It’s a lot of… well, not much; a studio folly of sorts, (unsurprisingly) impeccable in sound but meandering without direction for the most part. And where, say, fellow magpies Gorillaz integrate their guests’ styles with mostly wild success, often the turns here feel like basic seasoning, as the tracks blend into each other.
40
Clash

A pop-rap fusion that doesn't quite achieve lift off.

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Track List

  1. Mars & Venus (feat. Vince Staples, Ishmael & ELLE YAYA)
  2. Hyperspace (feat. Ishmael)
  3. OBX (feat. Lil Silva)
  4. Transmission
  5. Voyager
  6. Cosmos (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
  7. Distant Planets (feat. Kool Keith)
  8. The Eternal Now
  9. Binaural Trip (feat. Bibi Bourelly & Ishmael)
  10. Twenty Second Century (feat. Lianne La Havas)
  11. Love Galaxy (feat. Jay Electronica & Lil Silva)
  12. Time & Space
  13. Where Do We Come From? (feat. Ishmael & ELLE YAYA)
  14. Space Inc. (feat. Ishmael)
  15. Epilogue
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Added on: September 6, 2020