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The Chemical Brothers - No Geography album flac Performer: The Chemical Brothers
Title: No Geography
Style: Electro, Big Beat
Released: 2019
Country: USA & Europe
MP3 album: 1533 mb
FLAC album: 1793 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MPC AHX MMF DTS MP3 VOX MP2
Genre: Electronic


Eve Of Destruction
No Geography
Got To Keep On
Gravity Drops
The Universe Sent Me
We've Got To Try
Free Yourself
Catch Me I'm Falling


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XDUSTLP 11 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(2xLP, Album, 180) Virgin EMI Records XDUSTLP 11 USA & Europe 2019
006025 77080203 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Virgin EMI Records 006025 77080203 Europe 2019
none The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Virgin EMI Records none Europe 2019
XDUSTLPX 11 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(12", Whi + 12", Whi + 12", Whi + Album, Dlx, Ltd) Virgin EMI Records XDUSTLPX 11 Europe 2019
XDUSTCD 11 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records XDUSTCD 11 Europe 2019
XDUSTCD11 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Astralwerks XDUSTCD11 Australia 2019
2577286858 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Astralwerks 2577286858 USA & Canada 2019
602577286858 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records, Universal Music Group 602577286858 Mexico 2019
UICW-10018 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records UICW-10018 Japan 2019
7728685 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album) Virgin EMI Records, Universal Music Taiwan 7728685 Taiwan 2019
XDUSTCD 11 The Chemical Brothers No Geography ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Virgin XDUSTCD 11 Russia 2019

Comments: (20)
Does anyone know why the retail price on this record is so high?
Mustard Forgotten
long live the Chemical Brothers! ...such consistency across their output (especially if you consider 'unpredictable' as a trait of theirs).... how lucky we are to have them:) No Geography would be a nice album to candy-flip to. look forward to getting it on wax:D
No complaints on the pressing quality. Sounds NICE! The vinyl is clean flat and quiet. Another excellent album from the Chemical Brothers. These dudes keep kicking sonic ass! Love them. The cover is very cool. Bring it on!
heart of sky
So how many copies were made for the UK 3LP limited edition? 1,000? 10K?Not the Astralwerks.
Outstanding album! Maybe their best work since "Come With Us" imho... "Surrender" even!
Only really like the first 2 tracks and the Prodigy ‘poison’ ripoff that is ‘we’ve got to try’. I much prefer ‘hey boy hey girl’ to ‘free yourself’. The rest of this album is very so-so. Back to listening to Exit Planet Dust it is then. Interestingly, of my 33 favourite individual Chems tracks (includes eps & bsides), just 3 are from post Push The Button era. I enjoyed We Are The Night as an entire album experience but there are no stand-outs. So Tom & Ed, that's now the last 4 albums of nothing much to write home about...
Sorry, but most of the tunes here just aren’t very good - they’ve done better b-sides. The sad thing is that the older artists get, the worse they get - no high horse, just reality. Very few peak after their thirties. It’s far from rubbish, but not a classic by any stretch.
The real question is why are you still comparing their new stuff with stuff 20+ years ago? Evolution through artistry is a thin line that seems a lot of people just aren't 'willing' to accept anymore and that's sad. They aren't the same people they were then and sure as shit have explored whatever music realms they want. To discourage this is... again, sad. To me, this album is a pretty in-depth piece that touches on SOOOO much they've done over the years. It sounds absolutely amazing on a hifi system too. Some really brilliant ideas, production, and dynamics on this one. To discredit it and just keep comparing to their old stuff is pretty narrow minded IMO. And as far as calling "we've got to try" a Prodigy ripoff of Poison, that's laughable... My suggestion, get off your high horse, open your mind, and forget everything you use to know about the Chemical Brothers and their 'sound'.
My Nan used to tell me...If you've got nothing nice to say then it's nice to say nothing...
Who else received a damaged copy? Pathetically padded for international shipping. Hoping for a replacement if possible... not holding my breath since they are sold out. Maybe they hold back copies for this type of thing??
Same. No download code. Waiting to hear back from Astralwerks. UPDATE: I was sent files attached to an email but they are not the instrumental versions as advertised. Waiting again for a response.
Mine arrived in excellent condition. However, there was no download code.
This album is FANTASTIC. Great pressing too. A must own for anyone with a hi-fi system.
lucky kitten
The most coherent Chemical Brothers album for years. And properly sequenced. Intelligent dance influenced electronic music, that although unlikely to be remembered as a classic, makes sense
Really enjoyed the latest album from Tom and Ed Chemical - Great to see the spirit of Big Beat is alive and well in 2019! Best tracks would have to be 'Bango', 'Got To Keep On', 'Gravity Drops' and the acid banger that is 'MAH'. Highly recommended for lovers of good Electronic Dance Music
Excellent sounding set. However, what's up with the variation of speeds? Why not cut all the sides at 45 RPM while you're at it? Not to mention that it's a pain in the bum when you own a Pro-Ject for which you have to lift the turntable each time to adjust to the speed.
There are "[thanks] to Kevin Godley for the cover image concept" on the inlay. So I don't think it's a rippage but licensed usage.
The front cover image was sourced from the Godley & Creme album "Consequences".
Enjoyed listening to this, very good pressing quality and a nice hint to Kraftwerk's Autobahn on front cover as well ;-)!
A strong first half, opening with "Eve of Destruction" and "Bango," a pair of high-energy tracks that play to the Chems' strengths: infectious bass lines, creative sampling and hard-hitting beats that nonetheless retain a playful bounce. Things really start to shine after this however, when the title track kicks in for a sparkling disco love-letter that is frankly over far too soon — a brief, but glorious dose of uplifting sounds taken from the "Star Guitar"/"Sunshine Underground" mould. Other highlights include followup "Got to Keep On" (which prolongs the disco vibe with chiming bells and evocative samples), "Gravity Drops" (one of the duo's better contemplative, downtempo numbers in a while), and late-album banger "MAH," which, with its pulsing beat, amusing titular sample and wild, multi-layered synths throbbing into eternity, frankly rescues the second half of this good if not excellent album.