iuno | Everything Nothing

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Everything Nothing

by iuno

'If iuno was a legal drug, I would take it.' (mystery and misery)
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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1. Everything
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3:32 $0.99
2. Nothing
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5:11 $0.99
3. Fracture
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4:01 $0.99
4. Pride
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3:51 $0.99
5. Seconds
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4:53 $0.99
6. You and me
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4:47 $0.99
7. Precious
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5:06 $0.99
8. Candles & needles
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3:39 $0.99
9. Riddlz
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10. The odd one in
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11. Guts
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12. Vertigo
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Album Notes

Everyone's Gone (2001)
Everything Nothing (2004, AKH records)


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Joonas Leppä

I'm in love...
with this music. It's the second best album on my list! There were more different drum beats in album "Everyone's gone", and I would wanted there to be more songs like "Fracture" in this album.

Drew from San Diego

Kick back and enjoy the trip
This my new favorite kick-back-and-enjoy-the-trip CD. Stella’s ethereal voice is absolutely beautiful and completely engrossing. She sounds kind of like a mix between Beth Gibbins and Alison Goldfrapp. The band’s rich, full, and intense textures provide a perfect backdrop for her. If you like the intelligent complexities and production of Portishead’s music (as opposed to repetitive droning of typical drum and bass music), you will love this CD. I especially like the contrasts in many of the songs such as where you have beautiful strings and Stella’s oiled down and smooth voice competing with intense and complex electronica. My favorite songs are Nothing, Seconds, Everything, and You and Me.


Downbeat tracks with enough energy to keep you interested
I purchased the Iuno and Endless Blue disks at the same time. Both are artistically solid but the EB left me wanting a few more faster pace tracks. Not so much with Iuno. Iuno has a musical maturity not always present in the e-genre, i.e. musical ideas that make use of the electronics instead of music generated from the possibilities of electronics. For perspective, most of my favorite listening, in general, are remixes of tracks by Natasha Atlas, Garbage, and late Love and Rockets. The last of which I would love to find more of if anyone can make a recommendation.