Hyperdub Records publish ‘Burial,’ his eponymous debut album (2006)

‘Burial’ is his debut eponymous studio album released on May 15, 2006 by Hyperdub records.

Track Listing : 1.[Untitled] (William Bevan) – 00:36 . [Samples : Benicio Del Toro’S Dialogue From The Film 21 Grams (2003)] . 2.Distant Lights (William Bevan) – 05:26 . [Samples : “Emotion” By Destiny’S Child ] . 3.Spaceape (William Bevan, Stephen Gordon) – 04:01 . 4.Wounder (William Bevan) – 04:51 . 5.Night Bus (William Bevan) – 02:20 . [Samples : “Praise Ye Jah” By Sizzla] . 6.Southern Comfort (William Bevan) – 05:01 . 7.U Hurt Me (William Bevan) – 05:22 . [Samples : “Hunger”, From The Black Hawk Down Soundtrack (2002); “Foolish” By Ashanti] . 8.Gutted (William Bevan) – 04:43 . [Samples : Forest Whitaker’S Dialogue From The Film Ghost Dog: The Way Of The Samurai (1999); “My One And Only Love” By Bitty Mclean] . 9.Forgive (William Bevan) – 03:07 . [Samples : “An Ending (Ascent)” By Brian Eno] . 10.Broken Home (William Bevan) – 05:04 . [Samples : “Dry Cry” By Sizzla] . 11.Prayer (William Bevan) – 03:45 . [Samples : “Sometimes I Cry” By Les Mccann] . 12.Pirates (William Bevan) – 06:10 . [Samples : Sean Penn’S Dialogue From The Film 21 Grams (2003] . 13.[Untitled] (William Bevan) – 00:54 . [Samples : Will Patton’S Dialogue From The Film The Mothman Prophecies (2002)]

Musicians : Burial – Vocals . The Spaceape – Vocals On (3)

Production : Produced By Burial .

Recorded 2001-2006.

Released On May 15, 2006 By Hyperdub.

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Pitchfork
The most immediately striking aspect of this heretofore unknown producer’s eponymous debut is that its beats are reminiscent of “proper” 2-step’s frisky agility; except Burial’s rhythms are nervous not joyous, their fleet-footed insubstantiality evoking the fear and dread of dubstep. […]

The Guardian
Dubstep has finally thrown up an album that will work in your living room. There’s a simmering, suppressed violence bubbling inside Burial’s music which conjures images of a city full of damaged people ready to inflict damage on others. […]

Tiny Mix Tapes
From the first notes of leadoff “Distant Lights,” Burial recalls Arthur Russell’s most abstract emissions, which is to say this isn’t an album you put on for company. […]

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