Release date: 1998
An expanded edition of the second album by Gnac, the instrumental project from composer Mark Tranmer, originally released in 1999.
Now featuring 17 tracks, Sevens gathers several 7-inch singles released on labels including Kooky, Earworm, Amberley and Liquefaction, as well as material issued only on compilations.
Stand-out tracks include Legrand Illusion and The Moustache (French film blurred), Armchair Thriller (John Barry meets John le Carre), Ves 004 (five concantenated guitar miniatures) and Hennebert Sleeve, the latter a stylish homage to cult European designer Benoît Hennebert.
1. Legrand Illusion
2. The Broken Fall
3. Armchair Thriller
4. Another Fine Mess
6. Difficult Loves
7. A Tangle With...
8. The Moustache
10. Our Distance
11. VES 004
12. Soviet Bureau
14. And Now It's So Much Colder
15. The Man With the Laugh Like a Rusty Hinge
16. Une Chanson du Crépuscule (Twilight version)
17. Hennebert Sleeve (Twilight version)
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