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returning to chemikal underground after a one album stint at 4ad, emma promptly disappeared into chem19 with paul savage on production duties and came out with 'the law of large numbers'. an altogether darker and more complex beast than 2007's 'watch the fireworks', emma's new album seems perfectly suited for the labyrinthine, gothic hallways of chemikal towers, not to mention the ears of our discerning fans - two of which belong to you. armed with an open remit and a preparedness to let this album dictate its own course, the law of large numbers arrived with taut, sparse production, hints of dixieland jazz, abrasive pop songs; programmed drums and improvised vocal loops - in short, and in the words of emma herself, "the truest representation of me as an individual - whatever that means."
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