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xx was released in August 2009 by the Young Turks record label, an imprint of XL, and received widespread acclaim from critics, many of whom named it one of the year's best records.
It sold steadily over its first few years of release, becoming a sleeper hit in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The band's Jamie Smith produced xx on his laptop and created electronic beats for the songs, which he then mixed in a detailed process with Mc Donald.
Although the xx had been strongly influenced by R&B acts, the album also drew comparisons from critics to alternative rock, electronica, and post-punk sounds.
After all the instrumental elements had been tracked, Croft and Sim recorded their vocals together, rarely singing backup to one another on any of the songs.
Mc Donald believed it was important for the singers be "in sync" and share the same mental state or mood when performing full takes of songs, some of which he said benefited from when they were both "quite tired and emotional".
After they signed a contract with XL Recordings, the band recorded the album from December 2008 to February 2009 at the label's in-house studio in London.
Audio engineer Rodaidh Mc Donald worked with the xx during the recording sessions and strived to reproduce the intimate, unembellished quality of their demos.
The microphones were among the more expensive items he borrowed for the studio's preliminary setup so XL would not be overwhelmed with a costly budget. This mod is addressed to anyone who wants to make a video in-game and have an in depth control over the camera placement.It allows you to create a path that the player will automatically follow, control what the player sees along this path, and set up the player's precise speed through a global timing for his traveling, all this through commands.The xx were greatly influenced by American R&B producers such as The Neptunes and Timbaland, whose minimalist productions incorporated vocal harmonies, clapping percussion, unconventional samples, and pronounced beats.
After posting the demos on their Myspace page, the xx drew the interest of Young Turks, an imprint label of XL Recordings.
Qureshi played a Gibson SG with a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe or Blues Deluxe amplifier, while Croft played an Epiphone Les Paul on most of the album and a Gibson ES-335 on a few songs.