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The Love Theme’s “Rope” – Featuring Inspiral Carpets’ Frontman Tom Hingley

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Posted July 4, 2012 by Peter Burns in Electronic

Rating

Production
9.0


Cinematography
9.5


Communication
9.0


Creativity
9.5


Music
9.0


Appeal
9.0


Total Score
9.2


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Length: 4:50
 
Release Date: July 2012
 
Network: Youtube
 

Positives:

The video which was directed by Jason Andrew Cart and shot in the Californian desert, has a strong sense of communication with a fair dose of creativity and a touch of grotesque thrown in for good measure.
 

Negatives:

None if you don't suffer from Alektorophobia! Those that suffer from Alektorophobia often fear either the eggs of chickens, their feathers, contamination, or being attacked by chickens. These fears only occasionally apply to cooked chickens, but rather uncooked or live chickens. Maybe you should just black out the pictures and groove to the music! LOL!!!
 
Our review

The Love Theme’s single Rope, featuring vocals by Inspiral Carpets frontman Tom Hingley, hits stores June 28, 2012,  alongside two dubstep remixes of the track. “Tom’s voice is so recognizable and distinct, it was great to get him in the studio working on a new song,” said Dominic Owen, the man behind The Love Theme.  Rope is the […]

by Peter Burns
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The Love Theme’s single Rope, featuring vocals by Inspiral Carpets frontman Tom Hingley, hits stores June 28, 2012,  alongside two dubstep remixes of the track.

“Tom’s voice is so recognizable and distinct, it was great to get him in the studio working on a new song,” said Dominic Owen, the man behind The Love Theme.  Rope is the first collaboration between Hingley, who sang on chart-topping hits including Two Worlds Collide, and platinum-selling producer Owen, whose production credits include Biggie Smalls’ Things Done Changed and Lil Kim’s album Hardcore.

Rope is rounded out by Cottonmouth’s club-ready dubstep remix, and a sinister and bass heavy mix by Jonah K, whose full length album is due out on Permanent Damage Records in August 2012. Both artists have earned accolades with remixes of other The Love Theme tracks, including Cottonmouth’s Indian Girl remix, which gained regular airtime on BBC Radio 1 and hit Beatport’s Must Hear Dubstep Charts.

The Love Theme’s previous albums, also released on Bermuda’s Permanent Damage Records, have received critical praise from the likes of Giles Peterson, DJ Nihal and Q Magazine, and have been featured on iTunes, Juno and Beatport.

For more information visit www.thelovetheme.com


One Comment


  1.  
    joel bank

    great song and video….love the chickens 🙂





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