℗ 2022 Blanc Check under exclusive license to London Music Stream
Released September 7, 2022
Duration 17m 26s
Genre Alternative Rock
 

Reduced Voltage

Blancmange

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1.1
Reduced Voltage
Blancmange
4:11
1.2
Reduced Voltage (John Grant Remix)
Blancmange
5:25
1.3
Some Times These
Blancmange
3:31
1.4
Take Me
Blancmange
4:19
Blancmange releases a mini-single EP with Reduced Voltage, the latest collection of tracks from his album Private View. “I wanted a track driven by a singular minimal beat occasionally shot through with lyrical phrases. They’re thoughts, hints of an internal dialogue. Feel the groove, feel the pain. Me and Benge stripped away some of the original layers detail to make the track groove. Increasing the impact by reducing the content.” - Blancmange
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – London Music Stream Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.50
-0.50 to -0.50
-12.18
-12.70 to -11.69
7
6 to 7
1
Reduced Voltage
-0.50-11.697
2
Reduced Voltage (John Grant Remix)
-0.50-11.837
3
Some Times These
-0.50-12.537
4
Take Me
-0.50-12.706

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