℗ 2021 A Certain Ratio under exclusive license to Mute Artists
Released May 7, 2021
Duration 19m 50s
Record Label Mute
Genre Alternative
 

ACR:EPA

A Certain Ratio

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1.1
Wonderland
A Certain Ratio
5:08
1.2
Keep it Together
A Certain Ratio
3:40
1.3
Down and Dirty
A Certain Ratio
5:43
1.4
Feel No Fear
A Certain Ratio
5:19
A Certain Ratio continue their unstoppable run of creativity with a new EP entitled ACR:EPA. The offering is a four-track collection that centres around the studio jams with Denise Johnson. These sessions became their last together after the much-loved and much-missed artist passed away unexpectedly several months after the recordings. “We’re so happy with the results and the outcome and hopefully this release gives an insight into how much fun and energy Denise would always bring to a session when we recorded together.” – A Certain Ratio
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mute Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.09
-0.11 to -0.08
-11.14
-11.39 to -10.88
6
6 to 7
1
Wonderland
-0.11-11.396
2
Keep it Together
-0.08-11.016
3
Down and Dirty
-0.09-10.887
4
Feel No Fear
-0.11-11.296

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