Thievery Corporation - The Mirror Conspiracy mp3 album
The Mirror Conspiracy is the second studio album by American electronic music duo Thievery Corporation, released on April 2, 2000 by ESL Music. All songs on the album were written, recorded and produced by Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, although Pam Bricker contributed vocals to "Air Batucada", "The Mirror Conspiracy" and "Lebanese Blonde". The Mirror Conspiracy is the duo’s best-selling album in the United States, selling over 224,000 units to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The Mirror Conspiracy by Thievery Corporation, released 02 April 2002 1. Treasures 2. Le Monde 3. Indra 4. Lebanese Blonde 5. Focus On Sight 6. Air Batucada 7. So Com Voce 8. Samba Tranquille 9. Shadows of Ourselves 10. The Hong King Triad 11. Illumination 12. The Mirror Conspiracy 13. Tomorrow 14. Bario Alto 15. A Guide for I & I The second studio album from Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, The Mirror Conspiracy was release on April 2, 2000 and is one of the duo's best-selling albums of the lounge, trip-hop, and chillout era. The 15-track release features vocals by Brother Jack, LouLou Gh. .
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Like their debut album, Thievery Corporation's second, The Mirror Conspiracy, is a pleasant album of sublime mid-tempo trip-hop, reminiscent of easy listening groove music, and continually referencing the breezier, atmospheric side of Brazilian, Jamaican, French, and Indian forms. The nocturnal dub-poetry of "Treasures" sets a tone for the bruising basslines and echoey keys throughout the album, and "Lebanese Blonde" is another early highlight, with the graceful vocalese of Pam Bricker framing live sitar by Rob Myers and a Jamaican-style horn section.