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The album was recorded in collaboration with The Deep Throat Choir, who will join the band for the initial tour dates.

The duo announced in that they would release four singles, totalling eight new tracks, during the year born out of jam sessions in the new studio. In Januarythey announced on their Myspace page that a new album would be released in The first two tracks are entitled "Aspic" and "Nerve Salad". They released a new track, "Synthesise", on 12 February, through a music video directed by Kate Moross and Alex Sushon that "features live visual accompaniment" for the track.

Early history[ edit ] Simian Mobile Disco originally formed as a DJ duo, on the side of their early four-piece band Simian. Instead, a semi-random automated process has been used to create the track names". Temporary Pleasure[ edit ] While working on their second studio album, they released a collection of remixed SMD originals entitled Sample and Holdwhich contains eleven tracks and was released in the UK on 28 July In a statement announcing the album, Shaw comments: Simian Mobile Disco announced that every track will "take the name of an exotic, and often bizarre, delicacy from around the world".

Like their previous Delicacies album fromthe tracks are more club-focused than the experimental style found on Whorl. Welcome To Sideways[ edit ] After wrapping touring and support for Whorl, the duo took a short hiatus in TeamAir and others.

The first single on Delicacies was set to be released in late May, both physically and then digitally. The nine-track album, featuring "Staring At All This Handle", "Remember In Reverse" along with seven brand new tracks, will come with a bonus mixed version.

Towards the end of the year the duo began a monthly residency on NTS Radio [13]. The album contains five new tracks, and the European version includes a bonus disc. A show in London planned for the week following the news will go on, with the proceeds going to amyloidosis research.

As of July, two of these singles have been released.

The recorded tracks were then polished in their studio for the eventual album release. The album was preceded by mix compilations in April for the "Bugged Out" series. Delicatessen and Delicacies[ edit ] During the introduction of their Essential Mix made for Radio 1, broadcast on 9 Januarythey gave hints on what would be a "techno-based album" expected for later in Listen to Temporary Pleasure (Standard Version) now.

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Simian Mobile Disco

Temporary Pleasure is the second album by Simian Mobile Disco. It was released in the United Kingdom on 17 August It was released in the United Kingdom on 17 August It was available in LP, CD and deluxe limited edition CD formats.

Simian Mobile Disco is back! If you loved Attack Decay Sustain Release you'll pretty much know what to expect with Temporary Pleasure. The big difference here is where Attack Decay Sustain Release was a big beat dance assault on the order of Justice or Chemical Brothers, Temporary Pleasure is a more subdued tech-house dance album on the /5(5).

Simian Mobile Disco - Pandora. Try refreshing this page. If that doesn't work, please visit our help page. Simian Mobile Disco are an English electronic music duo and production team, formed in by James Ford and Jas Shaw of the band Simian.

Temporary Pleasure (Standard Version)

Musically, they are known for their analogue production. Ford is also known for his production work. "Synthesise" (Feb ) (with visual accompaniment, released exclusively via Beatport).

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