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The material is natural non-woven fabric. Environmental protection technology, waterproof, no peculiar smell, suitable for living room, bedroom, study, children's bedroom, TV background.

Mothers no longer need to worry about their babies scribbling on the walls, but can protect their babies' creativity.

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We accept customization of any size.

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worldwide in buying and selling online. Sale Cheapest Price 100% Retro Nostalgic 3D Gray Imitation Wood Grain Wallpaper Living Ro Max 67% OFF Editorial Reviews Product Description U.S. pressing of the debut album from this British Electronic/Dubstep act consisting of Daniel Stephens and Joseph Ray plus vocalist Alana Watson. Nero are best known for producing Dubstep, Drum 'n' Bass and House. Their #1 hit 'Promises' was one of the UK's biggest selling singles of 2011. Review Welcome Reality will inevitably soundtrack thousands of summer and fall blowouts....Nero understand how to make things burn. -- Los Angeles Times. Glorious, splinter-thin moments when a sound is both free to do whatever it wants and still functioning as a new power source... -- The New Yorker. Nero's Joe Ray and Dan Stephens ache to bestow post-dubstep with its can-you-believe-this-sh*t? flash of stadium-size euphoria, enhancing (or defiling, depending on your perspective) the genre's bass-heavy payload with trancey synths and wailing vocals. -- SPIN Magazine CDs Vinyl => Dance Electronic => Drum Bass I bought this because there were a few songs I had heard on Pandora and it was just cheaper to buy a used CD than the digital format. (I'm old and still cling to CDs with cover art.) I wasn't expecting this to be a concept album, I just knew that I liked what little I had heard. Then I put the album in and pressed (or clicked, rather) play. I was blown away. I couldn't remember the last time I put a disc in and just listened to the whole thing. In a world of Pandoro, Genius mixes and

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.99 singles, when was the last time YOU listened to an entire album made in the last decade?The album has touches of early concept albums, shadows of Pink Floyd, Emerson Lake amp; Palmer with a dash of 80's electronica. There are samples of 80's songs and they even drafted Daryl Hall for vocals on one track. I'm also a moderate Sci-Fi geek so the faux soundtrack cover was an added bonus. I wouldn't call this a tightly bound concept album like Rush's 2112, but it flows seamlessly from beginning to end.Do yourself a favor and get the whole album.I'm not a fan of most Dubstep artists, but Nero has the perfect balance of elements for accessibility. While they started in the underground EDM scene, it's easy to see why they didn't stay there. Not to insinuate that "underground" equates to lackluster, but to me it's clear why Nero has garnered the fans to take them out of the underground and into a larger audience. This album is well produced, refined, and consists of great melodies and vocal hooks. It's not overtly "look at my editing chops" or heavy on wobbles and noise, as much of the Dubstep today is. The formula is consistent throughout with one exception: The remake of The Jets famous 80's hit "Crush On You" was a total WTF? moment (not a good one, either). Aside from that EPIC FAIL (which took one whole star off my rating) this album connects with all listeners of EDM, not just the Dubstep jockeys. Favorite standouts are "Promises" which is a work of genius in EDM songwriting, and "Departure" which is an epic journey of strings and electronics. Lots of plays from start to finish of this album (with only the one track skip). ;)Thematic blissful lush androgynous prog dub step. Like pink floyd bassnectar zeds dead had a baby with a high voice...but I will make an exception for Nero. I really dig their cool bass lines and lively beats, but most of all I am impressed by their synth work - it may not be too special, but I liked it. I am reminded of Daft Punk at times when listening to the album, maybe that's just my perception though. I didn't find the oscillations too overwhelming and they did not overdo the squealing like Skrillex does - hell, I even thought their bass drops were tasteful (Skrillex's are a little too much for me). Alana Watson has great voice, it's a little too high-pitched for my tastes, but she is very talented nonetheless.If you're into proper dubstep you may not like this, but I love the more dancey style and the vocals add an extra dimension. This is supposed to be a concept album but I'm not really following that. What do you get is an album of mostly excellent tunes with a few that aren't so good (mostly the covers).Anyway no real need to even read this review when you can listen to track samples or even entire tunes on youtube (which is what I did before buying the album). Nero's website even links to youtube with official uploads of all the tunes on the album so check it out. It has been awhile since I have found a music album that I can listen to without skipping track. I love all the songs. I was first introduced to Nero while I was watching a trailer for Borderlands 2. I wanted to know what the song was, looked it up, and put the band on my Slacker radio. "Doomsday" is my favorite track. This is good dubstep not just plain old 'wub wub'. I enjoy the female vocals that sound almost like they are from the 80s at times. Buy this album because it is good stuff.Have recommended Nero to many friends, and compared it to such greats as "The Wall", "Operation Mindcrime", etc. One of the most well written albums i've heard in a long, long time. Definitely Dub-Step, but does a fantastic of fading in and out of lyrics, samples, DUB, ambient, etc. Again, I would buy this solely on it's level of composition, but the modern musical aspect takes it to a new level. One of the few albums I own that I can play for my lady friends and they will continue speaking to me afterwords.... - DeeZeeGrowing up in the late 80s and early 90s, I was a fan of electronic music. I sort of fell out of in the early 2000s, but just recently I've stumbled across dubstep.While surfing on Amazon last night, I found this album. Based on the preview clips, I immediately ordered the CD. I've listened to some of the tracks on YouTube in full, and man -- powerful stuff. Good rhythm, some nice hard beats. It's a sound that up until about three months ago, I was mostly unfamiliar with. In a way it takes me back to my childhood, but it's just different enough to be genuinely intriguing.What I like about the tracks I've heard thus far is Nero's ability to balance smooth melody with throbbing rhythm. My major criticism of dubstep has been the way some artists rely almost entirely on the rhythm, to the point it begins to feel like discordant noise. Nero does not appear to fall into that trap.I can't wait to get the disc and hear all of the tracks. For anyone new to dubstep (or electronica in general), I suggest this as a good starting point. 2021 new Retro Nostalgic 3D Gray Imitation Wood Grain Wallpaper Living Ro Welcome Reality +

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