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Old 02-05-2008, 11:56 PM   #1
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I need a early hours of the morning style album

You know the sorts of albums, I'm talking about, just real chiller music, nothing overtly exciting, they used to advertise them on TV... those 3am albums, but I want a GOOD one. I don't mind whether it's all one artist, or a collection, but if anyone can recommend one, that'd be great.
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I always like hearing the song 'One Perfect Sunrise' by Orbital during sunrise though...hehehe.
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Gomez' first and second albums.
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The title even works.
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I actually find "Zooropa" to be an awesome late night/early morning album... "Passengers" is also a good one.
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Air - Moon Safari

All I Need, Ce Matin La and You Make It Easy are all

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Air

If you like Air I would also add Simple Things or When It Falls by Zero 7 as a chill out recommendation...
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"Passengers" is also a good one.
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There are several very fine jazz albums that immediately come to mind - very atmospheric and relaxing, if only slightly foreboding at times.

Miles Davis: In a Silent Way; Miles in the Sky; Seven Steps to Heaven; Kind of Blue

Herbie Hancock: Empyrean Isles; The Piano; Takin' Off

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I actually find "Zooropa" to be an awesome late night/early morning album... "Passengers" is also a good one.
Passengers is quite good actually.

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