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Ólafur Arnalds - Dyad 1909 (2009)

1. …og lengra
2. 3326
3. Brotsjor
4. Fra upphafi
5. Lokaou augunum (Dyad 1909 version)
6. Til enda
7. Vio vorum sma… (Dyad 1909 version)

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So, apparently this is the OST of something. Anyway..

Ólafur Arnalds does amazing modern classical music with lots of chords. On this album, Dyad 1909, they use electronic stuff in a few songs. And it is GOOD.

Brotsjor will blow your mind.

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