Finally We Are No One (album) by Múm

Finally We Are No One
Finally We Are No One by Múm (2002)
Overall rank: 1,869th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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78/100 (from 127 votes)
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Accolades:
Award Top albums of 2002 (34th)
Award Top albums of the 2000s (338th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,869th)
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78/100 (from 127 votes)
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This album is rated in the top 3% of albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a mean average rating of 77.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 78.8/100. The standard deviation for this album is 14.8.

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From Graeme2 05/01/2017 18:30
Well. I'd completely forgotten about this record and never even had it rated. Not heard it in ages and couldn't even remember much about it, which is daft as its quite wonderful and when listening to it I remember it well. Lovely.
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From Tilly 04/13/2017 18:58
“Shhhh….“ She whispered. “You need to keep it secret”, she said wide-eyed and with total sincerity. “The unikitty came last night. I saw him!” No album captures the world through my children’s eyes quite like this. A world where bunnies hop around the world hiding dayglo painted eggs under furniture and place neatly laid-out chocolate kisses & gumdrops in little baskets. This is an album only could have sprung from Iceland. If Bjork and Sugur Ros had a magical elven daughter, this is the album she would make. Where the sunlight sparkles off of melting glaciers as they gather into bubbling brooks. The whole album bubbles and percolates with the magical sounds of the forest. Where wood sprites still live and can and do protect us from all sorts of dangers. And if you listen closely, you can hear the laughter and giggles of children.

But most importantly it captures how children see the world. It captures their faith. Their trust. There’s an undying hope that springs from these songs. It fills the air. That everything is going to work out and that the world is a magical place. A world where unikitties and rainbow unicorns exist and have the power to make Daddy all better. I believe in this world. I believe in this magic. Because I have seen it. Seen it in the eyes of my child.

Grade: A+. This is a magical album that really is the love child of Bjork and Sugur Ros. Check it out if you don’t believe me. Because it’s the truth. It’s an album that could only have sprung from the heart of a child. It’s ethereal and beautiful. It doesn’t quite fit into any neat categories straddling the lines of post-rock and indie electronica. It doesn’t need to. And it vaults all the way to number one.
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From pinkfreud1981 01/25/2015 02:56
Ethereal atmosphere, beautiful melodies and flawless electronic instrumentation. One of my favorite albums.
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From philbutrin 08/04/2014 15:35
There is also an excellent alternative version of the album which has the same songs sung all in Icelandic. It's very interesting to hear the group performing in their native tongue. That version is called Loksins Erum Við Engin.
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From ilovelctr 02/01/2013 13:15
Rather cult-fashioned and yet very soothing.
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From 02/04/2011 00:39
Absolute bliss... Anyone into Air, Boards of Canada, Eno, Sigur Rós or The Orb should give this a listen, preferably whilst relaxing
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From RaineyWins 05/18/2010 21:26
Pretty, pretty, pretty good at that
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