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200 Press

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Released  8 December 2014
Length  16:32
Release date  8 December 2014
Producer  James Blake
Recorded  2014
Artist  James Blake
Genre  Dance/electronic
Label  1-800 Dinosaur
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James blake 200 press

200 Press is the sixth solo EP by English musician James Blake. Blake played all the instruments and produced the record. It was released on 1-800-Dinosaur on 8 December 2014. The name of the album (and the name of the title track) are a reference to the fact that only 200 copies of the vinyl edition would be pressed.


James blake 200 press


200 Press contains further experimentation by Blake. He most notably used a sample of Andre 3000's verse from Devin the Dude's "What a Job".

The final track, "Words That We Both Know" is a poem set to disjointed piano.


The album received general acclaim from critics, mainly praising Blake's continued exploration and inventiveness. Consequence of Sound praised Blake for this, saying "... it’s refreshing to see Blake immerse himself in experimentation."

AbsolutePunk gave the album an 8.5/10, stating "The music contained on 200 Press is some of the most forward thinking stuff James Blake has done yet".

Track listing

All tracks written by James Blake.


1200 Press6:13
2200 Pressure4:51
3Building It Still4:25


200 Press Wikipedia

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