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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 21, 2012
Recorded2007, 2009–2012
GenreProgressive house, electro house, trance, downtempo, ambient, electronic rock, hip hop
Labelmau5trap, Ultra
ProducerJoey Youngman, Joel Zimmerman
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At Play Vol. 4

> album title goes here < is the fifth studio album by Canadian electronica artist, deadmau5. > album title goes here < was released on September 21, 2012.

The album featured the singles "Maths", "The Veldt" with Chris James, and "Professional Griefers" featuring Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance. The song "Failbait" featured American hip hop group Cypress Hill and the song "Telemiscommunications" featured English recording artist Imogen Heap.

deadmau5 said during a live stream on Ustream that the song "Sleepless" was supposed to have vocals on it but he submitted the wrong file without the vocals and it was the one that was selected to go on the final copy of the album. He said that he would be releasing the real final version of the song for free soon.[1]

The album has received a nomination for Best Dance/Electronica Album for the 55th Grammy Awards.[2]

Songs[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "Superliminal"    
2. "Channel 42" (featuring Wolfgang Gartner)  
3. "The Veldt" (8 minute edit) (featuring Chris James))  
4. "Fn Pig"    
5. "Professional Griefers" (featuring Gerard Way)  
6. "Maths"    
7. "There Might Be Coffee"    
8. "Take Care of the Proper Paperwork"    
9. "Closer"    
10. "October"    
11. "Sleepless"    
12. "Failbait" (featuring Cypress Hill)  
13. "Telemiscommunication" (featuring Imogen Heap)  

References[change | change source]

  1. ""oh you. deadmau5. you're so random."". UStream. Archived from the original on 2012-10-06. Retrieved 2012-12-25.
  2. "Canadian artists snubbed in 2013 Grammy Award nominations". Yahoo News. Retrieved 2012-12-25.