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It's not too rare that an artist would be able to timeline their personal experiences and growth via the records they release, but very few electronic artists have done it as emotively or with as much artistic fulfilment as Gold Panda. Album title The Work is both a literal statement of the record he took six years to make and deliver, and then, digging deeper, a revelation that it reflects just as much to how he arrived in this place now. The result is a rich album that exudes an assured calm and creative wonder with an artist who's spent so long getting there himself.

It's not too rare that an artist would be able to timeline their personal experiences and growth via the records they release, but very few electronic artists have done it as emotively or with as much artistic fulfilment as Gold Panda. Album title The Work is both a literal statement of the record he took six years to make and deliver, and then, digging deeper, a revelation that it reflects just as much to how he arrived in this place now. The result is a rich album that exudes an assured calm and creative wonder with an artist who's spent so long getting there himself.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CITY SLANG
Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 4250506843328

The Work [LP]
Artist: Gold Panda
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Swimmer
2. The Dream
3. The Corner
4. The Want
5. Ive Felt Better (Than I Do Now)
6. Plastic Future
7. New Days
8. The Spiral
9. Arima
10. Chrome
11. Jonis Room

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It's not too rare that an artist would be able to timeline their personal experiences and growth via the records they release, but very few electronic artists have done it as emotively or with as much artistic fulfilment as Gold Panda. Album title The Work is both a literal statement of the record he took six years to make and deliver, and then, digging deeper, a revelation that it reflects just as much to how he arrived in this place now. The result is a rich album that exudes an assured calm and creative wonder with an artist who's spent so long getting there himself.

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