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Each track on the album was written by band members Karl Hyde and Rick Smith in Essex , before being sent to producers well known for their contributions to trance , drum and bass and dubstep.
The album sees further collaboration with Mark Knight and D. Ramirez , whose single, "Downpipe", featured lyrics and vocals by Hyde. Barking received positive reviews from most music critics. The album debuted at number twenty-six on the UK Albums Chart , selling 5, copies in its first week.
There are seven slightly modified variations of the cover artwork - depending on edition and format - all created by John Warwicker. The album is named after Barking , an eastern borough of London. At Metacritic , which assigns a normalized rating out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 67, based on 18 reviews, which indicates "generally favorable reviews".
Earnest emotions surprisingly suit these dance-floor surrealists. They may not be sticking their necks out as pioneers now but it's not important — they are never less than themselves, and superficial quibbles aside this is the sound of musicians with nothing to prove and everything to give.
Resident Advisor reviewer Ian Mathers said the duo "marries a renewed emphasis on the dance floor with unabashedly open-hearted lyrics", and felt that "the songs here are a harmonious marriage of the classic, propulsive Underworld sound and the kind of techniques and textures that postdate most of their career.
It's not earth-shattering, and there are no new Born Slippys , but it's well worth a listen. Or it could be considered a somewhat lazy effort, a work more poppy than anything they have previously produced and one in which they know will sell well. In it was awarded a silver certification from the Independent Music Companies Association ,  which indicated sales of at least 30, copies throughout Europe.
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If you like Sigh, you may also like:. SmokingKookaburra go to album. Bandcamp Album of the Day Mar 27, go to album. If you are into concept records and have an open mind you should dig it Jason Torres go to album. There is nothing in Home is Where the Bark Is that will offend anyone. It is a straightforward light mystery with likable characters and charming animals. Willow Wells is returning to her hometown with her three-legged Chihuahua after a disastrous divorce left her high and dry.
Willow hopes to re-establish herself as a renowned dog trainer, but first she needs her doggie gym repaired ASAP before dog show season starts. Unfortunately, her pup Telescope and his feline "cousin" Rover discover a dead body buried in the backyard and Willow's contractor is the 1 suspect. Willow once trained under her father, the chief of police, to become a detective.
She has to draw on all those skills to clear Griffin's name. Meanwhile, her sister Wednesday has a chance to pursue her dream career but her father won't understand. How can she tell him?
This is a nice cozy mystery, a bit above average. The whodunnit was easy to figure out once the clues were in place. The small town charm doesn't really come through just yet as Willow has only recently returned to Pineview. There's a real sense of community spirit and a yoga studio complete with smoothie bar but that's about it so far.
I love the idea of Willow's doggie gym and if I had a dog I would love to bring him or her there. I will stick to yoga! The cozy part of the story is really about the fur children. The head jumping between characters was a little jarring and I didn't care for the murder scene in the prologue. It wasn't necessary. The fur children really make this story.
I didn't care so much for the humans. They were rather hum-drum, but the fur children were so gosh darn adorable I couldn't get enough.
Tele, Willow's three-legged, rescue Chihuahua mix is not a Hollywood handbag pooch. He can run an obstacle course with the big dogs and enjoys digging in the yard. Some of his actions are a wee bit far fetched and I do not mean the obstacle course. Tele is so adorable I didn't care. I just adore how she digs and goes for walks and follows Tele around. I want to cuddle these two!
The humans are less interesting. The murder victim, Lee Hunter, does not sound like someone I would like. No one has anything bad to say about Lee except for Griffin. Lee was certainly a strange man to have both his ex-wife twice and girlfriend sing his praises.
Willow is a nice enough heroine. She's been hurt and is not looking for love but rather a professional fresh start. I admire that. She's intelligent for the most part except at the end and caring. Although her only reason for trusting Griffin is that her dog likes him and never liked her ex , that's a good enough reason for me.
I admire Willow's dedication to helping animals and how she's trying to reconnect with the family she hasn't lived near in years. Her father Frank is kind of a stern, gruff man. He's a policeman through and through. I think, as a single dad of daughters, he doesn't know how to relate to them now they are grown. When they were little it was easy to protect them and keep them safe but now they are adults with their own minds and it is difficult for him.
He doesn't understand their career choices but that doesn't mean he isn't supportive. He seems very realistic. I don't care for Wednesday as much as Willow. Wednesday comes across as less intellectual and more frivolous or I'm stereotyping because her interests are fashion, makeup and design.
I have no idea what a social media influencer is and I don't want to know. While I think she should follow her dreams, she has a job she likes and is good at.
Not many people are that lucky. Murder suspects include Willow's contractor, Griffin Maynard. He went to school with Willow and I believe he had a crush on her but she never noticed him much. Griffin is very proud and somewhat stubborn. He butts heads with Willow, thinking she looks through rose-colored glasses, but he soon comes to value her opinions.
Griffin is an honorable man and that combined with his stubbornness makes him suspect 1 in the eyes of the police. Fortunately we know he didn't do it because Tele loves him! Who else could have done it? Let's start with the ex-wife, Isla, who still wears Lee's ring and believes he was her soulmate despite twice divorcing him. She could be angry about his longtime mistress, Tiffany, getting in the way. Rumor has it Tiffany has a bun in the oven! Tiffany is actually a slightly sympathetic character.
She actually has a lot in common with Isla in her starry eyed admiration for Lee. Ronald Bray, a community organizer, is a bit of a creep and a jerk. Thomas Danielson, a real estate agent, thinks his wife was murdered. His daughter, Nadia, thinks he is crazy and wishes he would shut up with his conspiracy theories and let her live her life. They have connections to Lee through the community. Track Listing. How Simple. Hop Along. Somewhere a Judge. How You Got Your Limp.BARK! is the longstanding British improvised music group formed by Rex Casswell and Phillip Marks in Manchester in After several earlier line-ups, Paul Obermayer joined to form the current trio of electric guitar, percussion and electronics in BARK! has performed in the UK, Europe and Scandinavia, and has released six albums.