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Based on 10 reviews
2012 Ratings: #945 / 957
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Based on 63 ratings
2012 Ratings: #324
September 25, 2012 / Release Date
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Ultra Music / Label
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With one taste you’ll crave more, until every song is frantically thumping through your head at all hours of the night. 

Consequence of Sound

Now eyeing commercial success, deadmau5 is making a powerful statement that he is capable of more than entertaining hormone-fueled twenty-somethings.


Deadmau5 has earned his reputation as the foremost electronic dance music producer, and that talent is evident here, even if not to the same proportions as his previous work.


Bloated and uninspiring, as it progresses, you can hear the momentum slowly disintegrating.

FACT Magazine

So just to be sure it’s said, for the last time before the rush, for the sake of posterity, and I’m sorry to be predictable… but this record is truly awful. 

[90.7] Joel Zimmerman shows us on the record that he is serious about making a full length album that can be played outside the clubs, and not pressing shuffle. He saw his cult like following outside of the bars and realized he had potential, and I think this was as firm of a grasp as he was ever going to get. His professionalism in this strange genre of music makes him stand out amongst other DJs, and it is why I believe he is one of the best producers to ever step in front of midi controls. ... read more
I am not going to pretend like I know anything about electronic music. It's a genre that really doesn't appeal that much to me, aside from a few exceptions (Daft Punk, some of Chemical Brothers). And this record doesn't really shake my opinion on that. Yeah, each track has a pretty interesting set of sounds that are great for the first 4 minutes or so, but become stretched out to infinity, making the record feel stretched out to more then a goddamn hour long. There are a couple of tracks here ... read more
Some great tracks on here. Very interesting sounds which are very unlike what I've heard before from deadmau5. I could see that he was trying to experiment a lot more on this album. This album does however lose consistency towards the end but the tracks from the start and middle are really good.

Favourite Tracks: Superliminal, The Veldt, (Emotional Masterpiece this track is) Fn Pig, Professional Griefers, There Might Be Coffee,

Least Favourite Tracks: Failbait, Telemiscommunications
These tracks aren't even remotely connected, but they're all good. Some of them are too long, but that's typical of the genre; could have used some trimming of its fat.
This was a nice rush of nostalgia. The whole album was my shit when I was like 15.
While this album has many high points, it lacks a cohesion and an album experience to go along with it. Mostly just a mixtape of hit-or-miss deadmau5 tracks. Nothing to write home about, but it still carries on it some songs that were a staple of the decade for dance music.

Favorite Tracks: The Veldt, Professional Griefers, Sleepless, Telemiscommunications
Least Favorite Track: Take Care of the proper paperwork
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Track List

  1. Superliminal 
  2. deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42 
  3. The Veldt (featuring Chris James) 
  4. Fn Pig 
  5. Professional Griefers (featuring Gerard Way) 
  6. maths 
  7. There might be coffee 
  8. Take care of the proper paperwork 
  9. Closer 
  10. October 
  11. Sleepless 
  12. Failbait (featuring Cypress Hill) 
  13. Telemiscommunications (featuring Imogen Heap)
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