» » Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse

Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse download mp3 flac

Performer: Daedelus
Genre: Electronic
Album: Exquisite Corpse
Released: 2005
Style: Abstract, Downtempo
MP3 version ZIP size: 1633 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1219 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1226 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 351

Free Download Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse

Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse
MP3 version .RAR archive

1633 downloads at 17 mb/s
Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse
FLAC version .RAR archive

1219 downloads at 13 mb/s
Daedelus - Exquisite Corpse
WMA version .RAR archive

1226 downloads at 14 mb/s

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dearly Departed 4:08
2 Impending Doom
Vocals – MF Doom
3 Just Briefly 3:16
4 Move On
Vocals – Lil' Sci
5 Now & Sleep
Vocals – Laura Darling*
6 The Crippled Hand 6:26
7 Welcome Home (Prefuse 73 Danse Macabre Remix)
Producer – Prefuse 73
8 Cadavre Exquis
Featuring – TTC
9 Drops
Producer, Vocals – Cyne
10 Fallen Love 2:33
11 Welcome Home
Vocals – Mike Ladd
12 I Sent Off II Sus Percoll (Jogger Remix)
Producer – Jogger
13 The Trains Are Now So Clean 1:08
14 Thanatopsis
Vocals, Guitar, Drums – Hrishikesh Hirway


  • Artwork – Florencio Zavala
  • Producer – Daedelus


Mush is a division of Dirty Loop Music
Web: wwww.dirtyloop.com
email: [email protected]
Musically made mishaps

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 63405 12322 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 9188-DAEDELUS-EXQUISITE CORPSE MH-232, GMI-CA GMI091404-35.4-4005433

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MH-232 Daedelus Exquisite Corpse ‎(LP, Album) Mush MH-232 US 2005
ZENCD 102 P Daedelus Exquisite Corpse ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD 102 P UK 2005
ZEN102 Daedelus Exquisite Corpse ‎(2x12", Album) Ninja Tune ZEN102 UK 2005
ZENCD 102 Daedelus Exquisite Corpse ‎(CD, Album) Ninja Tune ZENCD 102 UK 2005

Daedelus continues his kitchen-sink approach to hip-hop with _Exquisite Corpse_, the name of an old surrealist parlor game. In the game, a piece of paper is folded in 3, and 3 different artists create an image on their section without knowing what the other artists have done. Daedelus produces the musical version of this by continually morphing his tracks. The delicacy at the start of "Dearly Departed" gives way to some angular abstraction towards the end, while "Just Briefly" takes an upbeat tempo that stuttters and skitters out. Many of his samples seem to be drawn from 50s-era easy listening records, which adds an air of nostalgia that he gleefully undermines. The happy background chorus of "Move On" crashes headfirst into Sci's vocals and the kung-fu movie samples, and the lullaby of "Now & Sleep" is purposefully set against an atonal piano line. Even the swelling folksy acoustic guitar that fills "Thanatopsis" gets pushed up against an urgent beat. But the lovely "Welcome Home" brings back the emotive side of Daedelus' work (both in its instrumental form and in its vocal form with Mike Ladd), as do the swelling strings of "Fallen Love." This corpse still has plenty of life in it...