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  • Singer: GusGus
  • Album: 24/7
  • MP3: 1574 mb | FLAC: 1517 mb
  • Released: 2009
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: House, Abstract, Electro, Minimal
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 973
GusGus - 24/7 mp3 flac

24/7 is the title of the seventh studio album by GusGus. The album was released on 14 September 2009 by the German label Kompakt, which had delayed the record from its originally announced release date of 6 July 2009. Beginning on 4 September 2009, a full album leak started spreading on various Internet blogs and forums

This record includes a free CD version of the album inside. Support vinyl!" as we can read on the sticker. Recorded At Tankurinn, Flateyri - Iceland. Mastered at Kompakt Studio 3. Publishing: GusGus by Great Stuff Music. Aaron-Carl published by Symphonic Storm Music Publishing (BMI), Jimi Tenor published by EMI/Warp. Rights Society: GEMA.

Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your GusGus collection. Gus Gus moves to the Kompakt camp with their latest, 24/7, but if anything, it almost feels like a return to their earliest album, POLYESTERDAY. The extended grooves are back (this time with more minimal techno than trip-hop), but this won't come as a surprise to those who follow Gus Gus' remixing efforts.

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GusGus's seventh album isn't quite a hangover, and there's still a party going on- but the party is somewhere far away. Sometimes that's literal: the bass thump that underscores these six songs sounds like it's echoing across an expanse of frozen desert. 24/7 is unmistakably a dance record, but it's about the most ascetic, burned-out, pissed-off electronic dance record anyone's made since Depeche Mode's "Fly on the Windscreen". GusGus borrows a lot of mid-80s Depeche Mode's synth tones here, actually. 24/7 is full of huge, open spaces with just a few instruments streaking across them- the sort of passages that trance producers and DJs tend to use for the sake of pacing and contrast. Here, though, they're the whole story. The album's sole instrumental, "Bremen Cowboy", is all breakdown and buildup; it keeps clearing the ground for the big beat and the big hook to come in, but they never do.


Thin Ice 8:24
Hateful 9:37
On The Job 10:50
Take Me Baby 3:58
Bremen Cowboy 7:51
Add This Song 11:35


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Kompakt, Kompakt KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73 Germany 2009
KOM 197 Gus Gus* 24/7 ‎(2x12", Album + CD, Album) Kompakt KOM 197 Germany 2009
none Gus Gus* 24/7 ‎(6xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label none 2009
SM156CD GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album) Smekkleysa SM156CD Iceland 2009
OTLCD-1267 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album) Kompakt, Octave Lab OTLCD-1267 Japan 2009
KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73, ALG041 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album) Kompakt, Kompakt, Algorythmik Records KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73, ALG041 Russia 2009
KOMPAKT CD73, KOMPAKT CD 73 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album) Kompakt, Kompakt KOMPAKT CD73, KOMPAKT CD 73 Germany 2009
KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Kompakt , Kompakt KOMPAKT CD 73, KOMPAKT CD73 Russia 2009
R47 GusGus 24/7 ‎(CD, Album, Dig) No Paper Records R47 Poland 2014
KOM 197 GusGus 24/7 ‎(2x12", Album, RE) Kompakt KOM 197 Germany Unknown

has been restocked on kompakt.fm but instead with DL code and no CD
Gus Gus moves to the Kompakt camp with their latest, 24/7, but if anything, it almost feels like a return to their earliest album, POLYESTERDAY. The extended grooves are back (this time with more minimal techno than trip-hop), but this won't come as a surprise to those who follow Gus Gus' remixing efforts. Indeed, they're much darker here than on any of their earlier efforts: "Hateful" is a deep, funky war song, while "Thin Ice" exhorts people to dance rather dangerously. Daníel Ágúst makes a welcome return as the main vocalist, as well. The extended grooves are a bit too extended, however, seeming to peter out in acid lines and dub effects around the halfway mark. Jimi Tenor's "Take Me Baby" gets a much shorter workout here, but if you consider how it segues into "Bremen Cowboy," it's almost another long track by itself. "Add This Song" continues this tradition: good, but perhaps overly long...
i've the version with label sm156cd, bought in Iceland.
Cherry The Countess
I have to disagree with the gushing praise from the previous reviewer. Impressive, stunning, edgy, brilliant, amazing? This album feels like an excuse for Kompakt to release a bunch of minimal from its artists; just look at the three remix singles. Gus Gus is always unique, I will give them that, but this trendy minimal/tech house sound does not suit them. All that dub delay in every track can't hide what is essentially mediocre dance music. What little "amazing sound tricks" I hear are totally overshadowed by uninteresting synth sounds and song structures.Gus Gs vs. T-World was actually a great foray into the techno world - very believable, engaging and creative - but 24/7 completely lacks that impact. I suppose if you like minimal, especially with vocals, you'll like this, but I have to have more meat in my dance music.
Since they turned towards ear-splitting dance music with "Attention" in 2001, Gus Gus seem to feel quite comfortable in their own, real cool world. Both successors to "Attention" - "Forever" (2007) and the latest effort called "24/7" are no less different; this is edgy dance music to squeeze the body its last drop of sweat. However, while the group's newly established dance-phase remains technically brilliant and appealing, there is very little to relate to in terms of listening. Some find it reasonably disappointing, that such a creative force, once delivering an eclectic masterpiece called "Polydistortion", are now slaves to their own self-indulgence, imprisoned in the dancefloor frame.If only the songs were half as short, the effect would be way more impressive. This way, it more tires than fascinates - most of the album kicks off to great effect but halfway down, it becomes just tedious exercise.
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