Find Me Before I Die A Lonely Death dot com (album)

by Minuit

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REVIEWS FOR ALBUM 'FIND ME BEFORE I DIE A LONELY DEATH dot COM'
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“[Despite] an album title as dark as midnight, Minuit's music is often as joyful as a fat kid with cake” - Rolling Stone
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“The shimmering 'I'm Still Dancing' beats New Yorkers' Telepathe at their own game" - Rave Magazine, Australia
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“You dont have to be a fan of electronic music to enjoy this album” - Scene Magazine, Australia
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“Frontwoman Ruth Carr is unerring in her ability to nail the vocals, nail them to the beat that is" - 3D World, Australia
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“Everyone expects a pulsing heart in dance music, but Minuit shows dance can have a bleeding one as well [along with a] paranormal fetish" - THE DRUM MEDIA, Australia
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“The album has consistently dark undertones throughout, giving it depth and maturity few live electronic acts possess" - XPRESS Magazine
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"I can't hold my excitement in any longer, I want to sing this album's praises like an evangelical preacher. Maybe we could pipe this into all the homes in the world and dance away the recession" - The Press, NZ
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“Slotting in somewhere between the Dresden Dolls' experimental electro and Architecture in Helsinki's quirky pop. Foreboding bass opens 'Maserati' and with singer Ruth Carr's voice, similar to Emily Hainse's, the song sounds remarkably like something Metric would write" - Rolling Stone
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" 'I'm not so brave, I'm just surrounded by cowards' - is that a fact , or a challenge?" - Mercury.com.au
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" ..'25 Bucks says i'll break you, knee-cap your legs chop you in two' - not a commonly expressed sentiment in electro-pop ” - WHO Magazine, Australia
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“The heaving bass of Wayho and the delicate guitars of Vampires are worlds apart, linked by the intriguing voice of Ruth Carr and her oddball lyrics.” The Mercury, Australia
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"Find Me Before I Die A Lonely Death dot Com' is Minuit at their finest. Carr's voice is among the best in the game and the inventive electronica provides close to the perfect accompaniment" -Waikato Times, NZ
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"This is the stuff that should be getting mainstream airtime, I am sooooo sick of the bling bullshit coming out of the states." - mav3r1ck69, youtube
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released October 1, 2009

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