2010 release, the fourth album from the New York-based duo. LP4 is the duo's next step forward on the work that they began on LP3. The band describes LP4 as a 'weirder' album than LP3, with a much braver approach to the arrangements. There are more instruments featured on the record than ever before, and for the first time a full string section. The album also features a number of spoken word interludes, one taken from Werner Herzog's film Stroszeck, in which the lead character Bruno S describes the keyboards he owns.
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