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During late nights, Croft and Sim either shared lyrics with each other through instant messaging or rehearsed quietly with Smith and Qureshi in their bedrooms so they would not disturb the rest of the household.The xx were greatly influenced by American R&B producers such as The Neptunes and Timbaland, whose minimalist productions incorporated vocal harmonies, clapping percussion, unconventional samples, and pronounced beats.
Although none of its singles became hits, xx benefited commercially from the licensing of its songs to television programs and the band's Mercury Prize win for the album in 2010.Most of them were sung as low-key duets by Croft and Sim, both of whom wrote emotional lyrics about love, intimacy, loss, and desire.xx was released in August 2009 by the Young Turks record label, an imprint of XL, and received widespread acclaim from critics, many of whom named it one of the year's best records.They also provided fireppower for other units, when needed.Vietnamese Navy Headquarters - Swirley Pattern Aircraft Control - Waterpipe Chu Lai Defense Command - Evening Star Hue Defense Command - Socialite Alfa Decca Station at Cu Lao Re - Decca Green Locations: Boundry of 2C and 2D - (Any City) Cuo Lao Re - (Any Cigarette) Mui Batangan - (Any Street) Mui An Hoa - (Any Beer) Cap Sa Hoi - (Any Animal) Cap Mia - (Any Disney Character) Marine Corps: CG, 1st MARDIV - Corsair 1st MARDIV - Complex (coll.) Air Observer (USMC) - Black Coat 1st Marines/RLT-1 - Blackwell 1st BN, 1st Marines/BLT-1/1 - Today All Stations This Net (1st MARDIV) - Crew Cut NGF Liaison Team - 26 Oscar (preceded by After Burner in Area I, and Salted Flakes in Area II) NILO Chu Lai - Iron Pellets Charlie CG, III MAF - Franchise TF Xray - Emery Wheel CG, 3rd MARDIV - Sudden Death Flare Ship - Spooky III MAF - Negotiate Marine Medium Helicopter Squadrons HMM-165 - Bear Cat-1 Copyright 1999-2014 by Don Blankenship.You may use the images, descriptions, stories or text within this site, with proper credit, for non-commercial, not-for-profit purposes only. Thanks for your interest in learning about the Mobile Riverine Force.
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Audio engineer Rodaidh Mc Donald worked with the xx during the recording sessions and strived to reproduce the intimate, unembellished quality of their demos.
The band's Jamie Smith produced xx on his laptop and created electronic beats for the songs, which he then mixed in a detailed process with Mc Donald.
The group worked with producers such as Diplo and Kwes, to no success before they were introduced to audio engineer Rodaidh Mc Donald by the xx's manager Caius Pawson, who gave him three CDs of demos titled "Early Demos", "Recorded in Rehearsal Space", and "What Producers Did Wrong".
Mc Donald was impressed by the intimate quality and use of silence on the demos, which both he and the band felt may have challenged other producers who wanted to incorporate their individual tastes: "They'd worked with about four other producers before then that had—and no discredit to them—I guess they'd seen a lot of space to add a kind of stamp on.
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