The Redeemer
Hype Williams veers in the direction of proper song and sounds heartbroken.

The Redeemer

Dean Blunt

€ 27,95
  • LP
Hippos In Tanks, World Music (8)
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Dean Blunt is heartbroken, possibly. The Redeemer is his break-up album, a relatively straightforward affair after numerous releases that seemed to reveal as little about him as possible-- or maybe they revealed everything. His prior work, both on his own and with sometime partner Inga Copeland, varied wildly in quality, finally reaching a dead end with last year's The Narcissist II, a half-assed tribute to half-assedness. Where do you go from there? For Blunt, the answer is to lose the dopey feel of his prior records, strip away the layers of fuzz, and etch out a set of short ballads that form something resembling a relationship crisis album. There are occasional diversions-- distraught voicemail messages, clocks chiming ominously-- but much of The Redeemer assimilates the feel of someone slumped over a bar, reading the last rites on a romance.



  • 1.I Run New York00:36
  • 2.The Pedigree02:27
  • 3.Demon05:00
  • 4.Flaxen04:08
  • 5.V00:50
  • 6.The Redeemer03:32
  • 7.Seven Seals Of Affirmation02:14
  • 8.Walls Of Jericho03:35
  • 9.Make It Official01:44


  • 1.Need 2 Let U Go02:34
  • 2.Dread00:58
  • 3.Y301:31
  • 4.Papi02:17
  • 5.Mmix00:55
  • 6.All Dogs Go To Heaven05:32
  • 7.Imperial Gold02:28
  • 8.Predator00:13
  • 9.Brutal03:23
  • 10.Par00:06


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