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Meat Beat Manifesto - Answers Come In Dreams album mp3

Meat Beat Manifesto - Answers Come In Dreams album mp3
Meat Beat Manifesto
Answers Come In Dreams
Abstract, Dubstep, Dark Ambient, Downtempo, Broken Beat, Minimal, Glitch
FLAC vers. size:
1905 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1143 mb
WMA vers. size:
1987 mb
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4.7 ★

Answers Come in Dreams (. by Meat Beat Manifesto, released 06 June 2017 Minimal, textural and cinematic in scope, this album follows sound sculptor and music innovator Jack Dangers into more experimental territory. An artist who sees the very fluid connection between audio and visual, Jack will be creating videos for each of the twelve tracks on the record - welcome news for those who are familiar with MBM's mindblowing live performances that combine a sonic electronic assault with their stunning and often provocative and political video mash-ups. Minimal, textural and cinematic in scope, this album follows sound sculptor and music innovator Jack Dangers into more experimental territory.

With the new album, Answers Come In Dreams, Mr. Dangers once again expands on the Meat Beat Manifesto sound. Hypnotically beautiful, the album pulses with life. Digital-only deluxe version features mind-bending videos for " Zero" and "Quietus" created by Jack Dangers himself

Album · 2010 · 12 Songs. More By Meat Beat Manifesto. See All. Storm the Studio (Remastered). Actual Sounds + Voices.

On Answers Come in Dreams you'll hear all of those elements at one point or another, but here the emphasis is on a reverberantly grim and bottomlessly dark dubstep groove.

Built of IDM’s seminal textural parts, Meat Beat Manifesto brings its answers in dreams and downtempo breakbeats, heavy bass and silence. Throughout Answers there is Jack Danger’s usual aesthetic subdued and thought at least by his label to be a minimalist departure. No, this isn’t exactly Prime Audio Soup territory. Not hooky in the least. It’s difficult at times to gain one’s bearings when listening. This observation isn’t limited to the tonal palette alone. Answers Come In Dreams really screeches and tears. It’s a stalemate between dubstep’s characteristic wobble and the various discordant bleeps and factory clangs that hit all the black keys in often arpeggiating shuttle sequences that stomp at the base some odd analog circuitry wired for actual rocketry. Appropriately, Dangers grades each track through calculated percussive additions or small shifts in rhythm, degraded tone and terseness.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Luminol 6:05
2 Mnemonic 5:58
Programmed By [Maestro Rhythm, Sound] – Dave Dasher
4 Let Me Set 5:40
5 # Zero 4:37
6 Quietus 6:33
7 Token Words 6:48
8 Waterphone 9:23
9 010130 1:02
10 Zenta! 5:09
11 Please 5:23
12 Chimie Du Son 9:18

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Another Tweekland
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – Z90982
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metropolis Records
  • Copyright (c) – Metropolis Records


  • Design – JPEGG
  • Photography By – Martin Phelps
  • Producer – Jack Dangers


Published by Another Tweekland (BMI)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 82388 06732 4
  • Matrix / Runout: Z90982 DF MET 80673-2 TEXT 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L909
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U9F
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DUKE155CDS Meat Beat Manifesto Answers Come In Dreams ‎(CD, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE155CDS UK 2010
DUKE155CD, DUKE155DVD Meat Beat Manifesto Answers Come In Dreams ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V + Ltd) Hydrogen Dukebox, Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE155CD, DUKE155DVD UK 2010
MET 673 Meat Beat Manifesto Answers Come In Dreams ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, Promo, VBR) Metropolis MET 673 US 2010
DUKE155DJV Meat Beat Manifesto Answers Come In Dreams ‎(2xLP, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE155DJV UK 2010
MET673 Meat Beat Manifesto Answers Come In Dreams ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Metropolis MET673 US 2010

  • Gagas
Jack Dangers, the myth, the legend, it's all true, I swear. Long, long ago, Mr. Dangers became the only non-core member of the band COIL ever officially sanctioned to do a remix work for that seminal act. He provided 2 mixes of the key track "The Snow", and indecently, they were titled the "Answers Come in Dreams" mixes, part one and part two. Only fitting, that so many years later, as COIL explore the space beyond that an album emerge with the same title. I don't draw that comparison without merit, as there has always been something mystical about Jack Danger's music, regardless of what style he was exploring at the time. Ultimately, he has never drifted to far from his love of break beat, and has programmed iterations of whatever style of break beat was popular at any given time into all of his albums, from early sonic experiments, to big beat, drum and bass, dub step and beyond. I could really care less about dub-step actually, and find it yet another flash in the pan passing fancy of the underground that will soon (if it already hasn't happened) be eclipsed by something else that claims to be "fresh and original." However, in the right hands, any passing fancy can be made deep and surreal, just ask the Metalheadz collective, who, long after drum & bass' star had waned, produce some of the best sounding stuff that genre can offer, past, present and likely future. Having never cared for Burial or any other "darling" of the dub step scene, I waited patiently for someone to take this style and do something interesting with it. With Autoimmune Mr. Dangers did exactly that, although arguably, he has been developing a penchant for dark, minimal break beat experiments since RUOK and Variaciones Espectrales (as "Jack Dangers"). I feel that here, on ACID, he refines the craft to a razor's edge, much like he did with break beat dub on subliminal sandwich. This album is dark, very dark. He pitches the majority of the ragga vocal samples aside (thank goodness) and just focuses on the drums and the bass. Although, with MBM, it's never really that simple, is it, and now I draw your attention back to the COIL connection. Deep within the mix of all of these tracks lies something very "between dimensions" sounds that creep more steadily into your sub-conscious with each successive listen, unloading a thick, thick atmosphere that was previewed in previous ambient outings like disc two of Subliminal Sandwich or Fantastic Planet Explored (again, recorded as Jack Dangers). It's that commitment to the sound in-between sound that leaves such a lasting impression for me when I listen to MBM, and why they remain such a vital artist for me to continue to follow as the years go on. There is nothing quite like following a artist for 20+ years and being consistently refreshed by their commitment to quality, while continuing to mine new sonic landscapes. Unfortunately, like another band I referenced in another review, this got stuck on Metropolis in the US, a label that is increasingly like the Wal-Mart of Indy record labels, spewing out the goofiest kinds of electro-industrial, which make an artist like Mr. Dangers seem oddly out of place. But regardless of where the music lands, clearly, MBM retain a "no compromise" attitude, and I find ACID to be another jewel in an increasingly busy crown.