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The Inevitable End is the fifth and final studio album by Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp. It was released on 7 November 2014 by Dog Triumph. Svein Berge stated the album has a "dark energy", while Robyn described the album as "sad, but it's not cold. Four singles were released from the album: "Monument" (. Version), "Skulls", "Sordid Affair" and "I Had This Thing".
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Norwegian electro-pop wizards Röyksopp say goodbye to the album format with The Inevitable End, their fifth and purportedly final LP. In the four years since 2010's downbeat, mostly instrumental Senior, producers Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland have continued to shift their focus toward singles and collaborations, working with Swedish pop star Robyn on a 2013 mini-album, offering up a pair of new tracks on their Late Night Tales compilation, and basically doing whatever their whimsy dictates.
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|What's The Deal? (LP Edit)||4:48|
|What's The Deal? (LP Version)||4:48|
|What's The Deal? (Radio)||3:29|
|What's The Deal? (Instrumental)||4:48|
|GC0999||Inevitable||What's The Deal? (CD, Single)||Golden Chip Records||GC0999||US||1996|
|GC0999||Inevitable||What's The Deal? (12")||Golden Chip Records||GC0999||US||1996|
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