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The Scaremongers - Less Is More album

The Scaremongers - Less Is More album

  • Performer: The Scaremongers
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: Less Is More
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
  • MP3 version size: 1381 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1332 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 513


The Sound of Mature Huddersfield' The Scaremongers have teamed up with the marvellous Florida-based record label Cloudberry Records to bring you Less I. .

Less Is More (Lost Frequencies album). Less Is More is the debut studio album by Belgian DJ and record producer Lost Frequencies. It was released on 21 October 2016, by Lost & Cie under exclusive license to Armada Music and Ultra Music. The album was shortlisted by IMPALA (The Independent Music Companies Association) for the Album of the Year Award 2016, which rewards on a yearly basis the best album released on an independent European label.

The long-awaited (twenty years in the making) debut album from Huddersfield based band The Scaremongers. There's also a little bit of filler on the album; notably the repetitive 'Less is More', and the overly-Smiths-esque 'Legendary'. Still, these flaws do not take too much away from the quality of what is an excellent pop/rock album, one with expertly penned romantic calls to arms, 'You Can Do Nothing Wrong (In My Eyes)', accomplished musicianship, and a frontman who tends to write his lyrics with a tongue-in-cheek perceptiveness, more often than not.

Spending less time on cleaning or shopping means I have more time to spend with friends, go out, or travel on my days off. I have become a lot more active," he said. I became a minimalist so I could let things I truly liked surface in my life.

Working less allows us to contribute more, grow more, and pursue our passions much more. Having more time causes less frustration and less stress, more freedom adds less anxiety and less worry, and more meaning in our lives allows us to focus far less on life’s excess in favor of what’s truly important. So, more is less? Yes, more or less

Less Is More marks a kind of evolutionary milestone for Marillion. Four out of five current members have been on board since the second Marillion album, 1984's Fugazi, and singer Steve Hogarth became a 20-year man the year of Less Is More's release


1 Less Is More
2 If You Ever Leave Me
3 Porch


Hand-numbered limited edition of 100 copies.