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Since I Left You
An aquatic scene depicts three rubber rafts with about ten people in each. The water has white crested waves. The left raft is separated from the leading two by a chest high wave. A person stands in the right raft and is facing back to the last one with an arm raised. The band's name is written in white letters near the bottom with the album's title below it; both use the same block capital script.
Album artwork, featuring an excerpt of Sinking of USS President Lincoln by Fred Dana Marsh (1920)[1]
Studio album by The Avalanches
Released 27 November 2000 (2000-11-27)
Recorded 1999–2000
Genre
Length 60:39
Label Modular
Producer
  • Robbie Chater
  • Darren Seltmann
The Avalanches chronology
El Producto
(1997)
Since I Left You
(2000)
Wildflower
(2016)
Singles from Since I Left You
  1. "Electricity"
    Released: 13 September 1999
  2. "Frontier Psychiatrist"
    Released: 21 August 2000
  3. "Since I Left You"
    Released: 5 February 2001
  4. "Radio"
    Released: 23 July 2001
  5. "A Different Feeling"
    Released: 23 September 2002

Since I Left You is the debut studio album by Australian electronic music group The Avalanches, released on 27 November 2000. It was issued on Modular Recordings and produced by The Avalanches' members Robbie Chater and Darren Seltmann (under the pseudonym Bobbydazzler). The album uses sampling extensively, containing an estimated 3,500 samples from various genres of music. The album was created in two separate near-identical studios by Chater and Seltmann, exchanging audio mixes of records they sampled.

After the album's positive reception in Australia, the duo considered an international release – its date was held back until 2001 in both the United Kingdom and North America and appeared in slightly altered forms. The delay and changes occurred so that the group could obtain permission to use the samples or use replacements. Five singles were released on the album, "Electricity", "Frontier Psychiatrist", "Since I Left You", "Radio" and "A Different Feeling". The group promoted the album by organizing headlining tours in Australia, Europe and the United States.

Since I Left You was issued to favourable reception, it peaked in the top 30 on the ARIA Albums Chart, number 12 in Norway, number eight on the UK Album Charts and, in the United States, at number ten on the Top Electronic Albums chart and in the top 40 on the Top Heatseekers chart. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2001 it won in three categories: Breakthrough Artist – Album and Best Dance Release, Producer of the Year for Bobbydazzler. The Avalanches won a fourth award, Breakthrough Artist – Single for "Frontier Psychiatrist". Since I Left You became one of the best reviewed albums of the 2000s. In October 2010, it was listed at No. 10 in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums.

Production[edit]

Since I Left You is the debut studio album by The Avalanches. They started recording in 1999 and had used the working title of Pablo's Cruise. The duo primarily worked with a Yamaha Promix 01 and Akai S2000 samplers.[2][3] The band's members, Darren Seltmann and Robbie Chater, spent hours sampling music from vinyl records to create the songs on the album: Chater estimates that there are over 3,500 samples. After sampling and arranging, the pair would swap their tapes, listen to each other's ideas and expand on whatever they had heard. Despite working separately, both Chater and Seltmann had nearly identical studio set-ups.[2]

Initially, Seltmann and Chater were not planning for an international release. They were not concerned with copyright restrictions and so did not keep a list of which tracks were being sampled. According to Chater they "were really unorganised and were just sampling on the fly as tracks progressed ... We had no idea the record would get such a wide-scale release so we saw no need to keep track of what we were using – we were definitely guilty of harbouring a 'No-one's going to listen to it anyway' sort of attitude."[2] The sources spanned many different styles of music and sampled artists include: Françoise Hardy, Blowfly, Sérgio Mendes, Raekwon, Wayne and Shuster and Madonna.[4] Seltmann felt that "[t]he more rejected and unwanted the record that a sample comes from, the more appealing it is, I guess it's almost a reaction to rare record finding, but occasionally things like 'Holiday' come up".[2] He described how making sample tapes for each other created some samples which were intended as "funny samples" that they had no original intention to get clearance for. In particular, Madonna's song "'Holiday' was one of those where we put something together, ended it with 'Holiday' and all had a big laugh. It ended up where we couldn't live without it so I guess we just had to make that one work".[2] Later, Seltmann and Chater had a few problems when trying to clear all the samples. One sample that had to be removed was from Rodgers and Hammerstein in the intro that featured harps and girls singing.[2][5] After checking clearances, "[t]he album is slightly different to its original form in that it had a whole new introduction, which apparently was really recognisable, so we had to take that off straight away".[2] The group played their songs to flatmates to get input on which tracks were worth including on the album.[6] "Electricity" was the first song the group felt that worked; it was a last-minute addition to the album as The Avalanches felt the song "still sounds good".[6] In early 2000, Seltmann (as Dazzler) and Chater (as Bobby C) finished production on the album, using the pseudonym Bobbydazzler. It had received the official title, Since I Left You in March 2000.[3]

Style and themes[edit]

Since I Left You was originally developed to be a concept album. Chater described its initial theme as a love story, "an international search for love from country to country. The idea of a guy following a girl around the world and always being one port behind. And that was just because we had all these records from all over the world, and we'd like to use all that stuff."[7] The concept album idea was abandoned when the group felt they should not make their themes too obvious.[7] The album's sound was in response to dance music at that time, that Chater felt was "about big drums, big production: think of a record like the Chemical Brothers "Block Rockin' Beats", with those amazing drums, and how huge those records sounded".[6] The Avalanches felt their early music could not compare to that sound and desired a recording with less bass that was influenced by 1960s music such as The Beach Boys and Phil Spector.[6]

Release[edit]

As Since I Left You was being recorded, The Avalanches had trouble choosing songs to be released as singles, finding them not sounding as good outside the context of the album.[7] On 13 September 1999 they issued "Electricity" as a four-track 12" vinyl single in Australia (on Modular Recordings) and as a two-track 7" vinyl single in the United Kingdom (on Rex Records).[8][3][9][10] Chater felt that Modular was very patient with the group releasing the record.[6] On 21 August 2000, the next single for the album was "Frontier Psychiatrist" which was issued by Modular in Australia in both a four-track and two-track version.[8] The initial release date for Since I Left You was going to be 11 September; however, it was delayed due to issues with sample clearance. On 27 November the album was issued in Australia with plans to have a world release in early 2001.[8][3] The later release date outside Australia was due to additional sample clearances needed for international markets.[11] To celebrate the album's release in Melbourne, the group had a boat cruise party through Port Phillip Bay. In February 2001 they released the album's title track in Australia and followed in July 2001 with "Radio".[8][3]

In April Since I Left You was released in the UK through XL Records with the album selling far more copies than the label's original target amount.[11] On 28 April, it entered the UK Album Charts, which peaked at number eight and remained in the chart for 25 weeks.[3][12] In late March, the single "Since I Left You" was issued in the UK and entered the charts at number 16 on 7 April 2001.[8][3][12] On 6 November, Since I Left You was released in the United States by Sire Records.[13] The album charted on the US Top Electronic Albums, peaking at number ten, and on the Top Heatseekers chart, peaking at number 31.[14]

In July 2011, a deluxe re-issue of Since I Left You was announced that would include the original album as well as a bonus disc containing b-sides, demo tracks and remixes of songs from the original album by artists including El Guincho, MF Doom, Black Dice and The Avalanches themselves.[15]

Tour[edit]

To promote Since I Left You The Avalanches organised their first Australian head-lining tour in October 2000 planning to head to all the capital cities. All dates on the tour were sold out. In their Brisbane show, Seltmann broke his leg in an on-stage collision with bass guitarist and singer, Tony Di Blasi. In January–February 2001, The Avalanches toured with the Big Day Out festival in Australia, visiting four capital cities. While on tour in Europe, Seltmann broke his other leg, thereafter the rest of the tour's shows were DJ sets.[3] The British dance music magazine Muzik awarded The Avalanches as best live act.[11]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 5/5 stars[16]
Alternative Press 8/10[17]
Entertainment Weekly B[18]
The Guardian 4/5 stars[19]
NME 9/10[20]
Pitchfork Media 9.5/10[21]
Q 4/5 stars[22]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[23]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 4/5 stars[24]
Spin 9/10[25]

Seltmann and Chater did not initially think that Since I Left You would receive much attention.[2] However, the album garnered widespread critical acclaim from the music industry. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, it received an average score of 89, based on 21 reviews.[26] It became one of the best reviewed albums of 2001,[27] as well as being the highest rated dance album on that site.[28] The album peaked in the top 30 on the ARIA Albums Chart and number 12 in Norway on the VG-lista Top 40 Albums Chart.[29][30] At the ARIA Music Awards of 2001, The Avalanches won four awards from nine nominations, including Breakthrough Artist – Album, Best Dance Release and Producer of the Year (for Chater and Seltmann aka Bobbydazzler) for Since I Left You.[31] The fourth award win was for the related single, "Frontier Psychiatrist" as Breakthrough Artist – Single.[31]

Christian Ward of NME hailed it as "a joyous, kaleidoscopic masterpiece of sun-kissed disco-pop",[20] while Andy Kellman of AllMusic called it one of the most intimate and emotional dance records that is not vocal-based.[16] Marc Savlov of The Austin Chronicle found the album as surprising as "Primal Scream's life-changing Screamadelica was a decade ago. It's downright shocking how fun this is".[32] Pitchfork Media's Matt LeMay credited the Avalanches for developing a "unique context" for the songs without compromising their original "distinct flavor" and said that the album "sounds like nothing else" because of how the samples are employed rather than their quality or volume.[21] Q magazine's Gareth Grundy remarked that its clever music is delivered as engagingly as "more conventional dance sounds" and that the album "finally fulfils sampling's original promise" of producing new, extraordinary sounds from artfully appropriated pieces of existing songs.[22] Amy Bell of Drowned in Sound praised it as one of the year's best albums.[33]

Robert Christgau of The Village Voice was less enthusiastic and said that the Avalanches deliver "the long-promised new-songs-from-old-songs trick, in which untrackable samples are stitched together until they mesh into compelling music that never existed before. Unfortunately, the music in question is string-section disco."[34] Stylus Magazine's Tyler Martin felt that the tracks lack innovation, nuance, and rhythmic complexity, but that several of them are exceptional.[35] The website later placed the album at number 16 on their list of top 50 albums from 2000 to 2005.[36] In a retrospective review for The New Rolling Stone Album Guide, Michaelangelo Matos praised the Avalanches' balance of "the familiar and obscure" through their sampling techniques and their "playful, airy grooves", as well as the album's "surprisingly resonant emotional core".[24]

Accolades[edit]

Since I Left You was placed in some year-end polls. Pitchfork Media placed Since I Left You at number three in their top twenty albums of 2001 poll and number 10 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s, declaring the album "a masterpiece of mood-setting that riffs off an ideal where getting on an airplane and landing in another corner of the world was the most exotic thing a person could do."[37][38] Q listed it as one of the best 50 albums of 2001.[39] The album was voted the 11th best album of the year in The Village Voice's annual Pazz & Jop critics poll for 2001.[40] In 2008, the Australian newspaper The Age assembled a panel of experts ranging from its own critics and music journalists to musicians, broadcasters, record shop owners and band managers to pick a list of definitive fifty Australian albums. Since I Left You was included on this list with Chris Johnston declaring the album to be "a beautiful piece of musical art made entirely from samples."[41] Since I Left You was placed at number six on The Daily Telegraph's list of "50 most influential Australian albums ever".[42] Resident Advisor declared it to be the seventh best album of the decade.[43]

On Slant Magazine's "Best of the Aughts" list, the album was placed at number six out of one-hundred.[44] Reflecting on the album's reception, Chater felt it was well received because "It's light-hearted and fun to listen to and there is depth there as well. There are some sadder moments that I think has made it resonate and made it last. It does sound like a 23 year old kid in his bedroom making a record to me, but you can hear that innocence and joy in the discovery of finding all those sounds. So that was kind of infectious for people."[45] In October 2010, it was listed at No. 10 in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums.[46] Philip Sherburne, writing for Rhapsody, said that "along with DJ Shadow's Endtroducing, this is one of plunderphonic music's greatest LPs."[47] The album was also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[48]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Since I Left You"   Robbie Chater, Tony Di Blasi, Gordon McQuilten, Darren Seltmann, Edward Drennen, Jeanne Salo, Jimmy Webb[49][50] 4:22
2. "Stay Another Season"   Chater, Di Blasi, McQuilten, Seltmann, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Johnny Mandel, Curtis Hudson, Lisa Stevens[51][52] 2:18
3. "Radio"   Chater, Seltmann, Claude Cave[53] 4:22
4. "Two Hearts in 3/4 Time"   Chater, Di Blasi, McQuilten, Seltmann, John Cale, Marlena Shaw[54][55] 3:23
5. "Avalanche Rock"   Chater, Seltmann[56] 0:22
6. "Flight Tonight"   Chater, Seltmann, Henry Lawes, Billy Rowe, Paul Huston, David Jolicoeur, Vincent Mason, Kelvin Mercer, Lawrence Dermer, Hubert Roberts, Henry Stone, Freddy Stonewall[57][58] 3:53
7. "Close to You"   Chater, Seltmann, August Darnell, Ernest Isley, Marvin Isley, O'Kelly Isley, Jr., Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley, Christopher Jasper[59][60] 3:54
8. "Diners Only"   Chater, Seltmann, Saladine Wallace, Salahadeen Wilds, David Willis[61] 1:35
9. "A Different Feeling"   Raymond Evans, Jay Livingston[62] 4:22
10. "Electricity"   Chater, Seltmann, Willie Clarke, Clarence Reid[63] 3:29
11. "Tonight"   Chater, Seltmann, Donald Borzage, Johnny Mercer[64] 2:20
12. "Pablo's Cruise"   Chater, Seltmann[65] 0:52
13. "Frontier Psychiatrist"   Chater, Di Blasi, McQuilten, Seltmann, Dexter Fabay, Bert Kaempfert, Herbert Rehbein, Carl Sigman[66][67] 4:47
14. "Etoh"   Chater, Seltmann[68] 5:02
15. "Summer Crane"   Chater, Seltmann, Bobby Lee Trammell[69] 4:39
16. "Little Journey"   Chater, Seltmann, Hudson, Stevens, John Phillips[70] 1:35
17. "Live at Dominoes"   Chater, Seltmann, Frank Farian, Fred Jay, George Reyam[71] 5:39
18. "Extra Kings"   Chater, Seltmann, Trammell, Alan Osmond, Merrill Osmond, Wayne Osmond[72] 3:46

Personnel[edit]

Credits according to album notes and AllMusic.[4][73]

Charts[edit]

Notes[edit]

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