Laetitia Sadier - Silencio
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Based on 12 reviews
2012 Ratings: #513 / 944
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Based on 1 rating
July 24, 2012 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
The 405

Silencio is much more than a side project, and it actually fills the gap left by Stereolab very well. 

70
PopMatters

Silencio offers pretty much everything you could expect and hope from Sadier, making long-time fans both wistful for her past accomplishments as well as eager for what’s yet to come. 

68
Pitchfork

.. Silencio feels as timelessly hip as a pair of Wayfarers or an Eames chair.

64
Paste

Without her band, Sadier’s two solo albums have just sort of treaded water.

60
Consequence of Sound

Silencio is Sadier’s most politically charged album yet, and it creeps out its message with a familiar-but-refreshed style.

50
No Ripcord

There are only borrowed bits from her past albums, and with an artist as talented as she is, that’s just lazy.

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END OF YEAR LISTS

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Track List

  1. The Rule of the Game 
  2. Find Me The Pulse of the Universe 
  3. Silent Spot 
  4. Auscultation To the Nation 
  5. There Is a Price To Pay For Freedom (And It Isn't Security) 
  6. Moi Sans Zach 
  7. Between Earth And Heaven 
  8. Lightning Thunderbolt 
  9. Fragment Pour Le Future De L'Homme 
  10. Merci De M'Avoir Donne La Vie 
  11. Next Time You See Me 
  12. Invitation Au Silence
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