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Golden Retriever – Seer (2014). Artist: Golden Retriever.
Is Seer the best album by Golden Retriever? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Seer by Golden Retriever (2014) Release date: 2014-03-25 Overall rank: 70,316th. Accolades: Top albums of 2014 ( 2,431st ). Top albums of the 2010s ( 19,952nd ). Best albums of all time ( 70,316th ).
Golden Retriever – Seer. Thrill Jockey) UK release date: 24 March 2014. by Ross Horton published: 21 Mar 2014 in Albums. Naming a record Seer ensures that it’s only ever going to be the second-best record with that name (Swans have the top spot covered by some margin), but it also gives listeners a clue as to what direction they’re going to be taken over the course of the record
Golden Retriever – Seer.
Golden Retriever has carved a niche that’s not strictly indebted to post-Berlin School ambient or to the more organic work of new age composers but rather snags details from both aesthetics. It’s transportive stuff when it’s done well, and on Seer they’ve distilled each of the five tracks down to its basest parts, making each feel like a succinct and potent journey in its own right. Albums in this vein can seem like an argument for sprawl, but Seer makes a case that a wondrous interstellar trip can still be focused.
Seer Golden Retriever. This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/130 BPM).
With third album Seer, the duo stretched out in both recording and composition, putting the album together over the course of two years in their home studio in Portland, Oregon.