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We Are Here (Apparatjik album)

We Are Here
Apparatjik
Released 1 February 2010
Recorded Mid-2008 – January 2010
Genre Experimental rock, alternative rock, electronic rock
Length 41:58
Label Meta Merge Un
Producer Apparatjik
Apparatjik chronology

We Are Here
(2010)
Square Peg In A Round Hole
(2011)

Singles from We Are Here
  1. "Electric Eye"
    Released: 30 November 2009
  2. "Antlers / Electric Eye"
    Released: 8 February 2010
  3. "Datascroller"
    Released: 19 July 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AnyDecentMusic? (7.6)[1]
BBC very positive[2]
InYourSpeakers (64/100)[3]
MusicOMH 3.5/5 stars[4]
Noize Makes Enemies mixed[5]
One Thirty BPM 7/10 stars[6]
QRO Magazine (7.7/10.0)[7]
The Line of Best Fit 3.5/5 stars[8]

We Are Here is the debut studio album by rock supergroup Apparatjik and was released first on 1 February 2010 for digital download via their official website. A physical CD/DVD release followed and the album was re-released for iTunes, with bonus material, on 15 June 2010.[9]

The album was once again re-released on 14 November 2010 on yellow 12" vinyl with an alternate sleeve and a poster, limited to 260 copies.

Background

The first single from the album, "Electric Eye", was released for digital download on 30 November 2009. The song was released again as a double-A-side single with "Antlers" for 7 inch vinyl on 8 February 2010. Apparatjik's first song to be played on BBC Radio 1 was a radio edit of "Datascroller", which aired on 14 June 2010.[10] This was released as the third single on 19 July 2010 as a download only.

The album cover artwork is derived from a diagram related to spacetime theories in the field of special relativity within physics, and follows with the band's overall image as being a "species of their own from another planet".

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Apparatjik. 
No. Title Length
1. "Deadbeat"   2:52
2. "Datascroller"   2:58
3. "Snow Crystals"   4:32
4. "Supersonic Sound"   3:24
5. "Arrow And Bow"   4:20
6. "In A Quiet Corner"   3:35
7. "Josie"   3:30
8. "Antlers"   3:20
9. "Electric Eye"   6:02
10. "Look Kids"   4:52
11. "Quiz Show"   2:33
Total length:
41:58

Personnel

Apparatjik

References

External links

  • Official Apparatjik Website
  • Eye On Committee Website
  • Myspace
  • Official Apparatjik YouTube Page
  • Apparatchick: Unofficial Apparatjik Fan Site
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