Label: Dog Triumph - DOG013CD • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, Techno, Downtempo
· Reviewed in the United States on Ma. Verified Purchase. The Inevitable End epitomizes the best of the electronic music genre and shows Röyksopp at their songwriting peak. As the title alludes, this is ostensibly their last studio album which would be a sad thing if true. It is a cohesive unit that begs to be heard end to end, not as a collection of individual tracks, which is a rare thing in /5().
· I really hope that THE INEVITABLE END really isn’t the end of Royksopp, but even if it is, they’ve had a good, long run of excellent tracks. On this album, they embrace their pop leanings even more fully, as “Skulls” kicks things off with a slab of darker-tinged electro, which soon /5.
· Norwegian electro-pop wizards Röyksopp say goodbye to the album format with The Inevitable End, their fifth and purportedly final LP. In the four years since 's downbeat, mostly instrumental Senior, producers Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland have continued to shift their focus toward singles and collaborations, working with Swedish pop star Robyn on a mini-album, /10().
· Do It Again (RXYP Version) Goodnite, Mr Sweetheart Caramel Afternoon Oh No Something In My HeartGenre: ElectronicLabel: Dog TriumphA.
· Though the Norwegian duo Röyksopp aren't calling it quits, Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge have billed their new album as their last in the "traditional album format." The Inevitable End /
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