Drink the Sea - The Glitch Mob

Drink the Sea

The Glitch Mob

 Biography
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2010-06-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2010 Glass Air

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Animus Vox 6:44  
2
Bad Wings 6:40  
3
How To Be Eaten By a Woman 5:59  
4
A Dream Within a Dream 5:23  
5
Fistful of Silence 5:11  
6
Between Two Points (feat. Swan 5:35  
7
We Swarm 5:54  
8
Drive It Like You Stole It 5:56  
9
Fortune Days 6:22  
10
Starve the Ego, Feed the Soul 5:46  

Reviews

  • Epic

    5
    By S.A.B
    The melodic dance this album has is truly brilliant. From start to finish you’re taken from ups to the darkest lows. Like the title says “EPIC!”
  • Get this album

    5
    By nalacanella
    When you listen to this album you feel great and wish you could more songs like it.
  • Masterworks!

    5
    By xXSuperSpartanXx
    I. Freaking. Love. This. Album! The haters can shut up. This is different, yes. In fact, The Glitch Mob is my favorite band(?)! This is unbelievably perfect, drops the beat HARD, and Swan in Between two points was amazing! A perfect balance of bass, melody, and SICK BEATS!
  • Timeless.

    5
    By JWhiteProducer
    7 years later and this album still slaps...
  • Speechless

    5
    By Kade_Brady
    Umm... AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Enough said.
  • Good but it would be better faster

    3
    By Candace_Jesus
    Bad wings is especially slow paced, but otherwise it's very good all around.
  • cool stuff

    5
    By aurathoma
    I was happy with what I heard from the glitch mob. Fun music to listen to.
  • Epic song heard it in the movie STEP UP REV

    5
    By Mia Mesaros
    This album iz da bomb it beats all electronic music and its swear free how awesome!
  • Good

    4
    By Sunstar11
    This is really sood
  • Pandora, Reviews, and Samples.

    5
    By Raintide Bunnyfox
    In a search for music that causes me to fall in love with the sound instantly I created numerous stations on Pandora. Few songs featured cause me to willy-nilly purchase outright an album. "Between Two Points" brought me here, and the reviews and music samples sealed the deal.

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