The worst of Tranquility Base.
|Single by Tranquility Base|
|A-side||Getting Away (Original Mix)|
|B-side||Getting Away (Leama & Moor Remix)|
|Released||11 April 2004|
|Tranquility Base singles chronology|
|Getting Away (Original Mix)||Tranquility Base||140||8:24|
|Getting Away (Leama & Moor Remix)||Tranquility Base||130||9:02|
Getting Away (Original Mix)
Don't let the numbering fool you- this banal tune cannot be saved by the pleasant tintinnabulating ascensions & declensions. While the tune is dynamic, it is prosaic & boundlessly unmemorable.
The second climax has an adjuvant, unflawed dolorous melody that extenuates the vapidity, though not to much effect. It would have been much better suited to a different song.
Nonetheless, Getting Away is soporific at best. It is a great pity that this misfortune wastes space in Anjunabeats Volume Three. Do not check this out.
Getting Away (Leama & Moor Remix)
It takes five minutes to get to what appears to be a tune. It is caliginous, & as dynamic as the OM, though essentially the OM in a lower key. It is preferable to the OM. It isn't brilliant, however.
By the way, Leama & Moor are Andy Moor & Martin Leama. They made an album together.