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Mark Lanegan - Thousand Miles of Midnight: Phantom Radio Remixes (2015)

22-02-2015, 13:45
Music | Rock | Electronic | FLAC / APE

Mark Lanegan - Thousand Miles of Midnight: Phantom Radio Remixes (2015)

Artist: Mark Lanegan
Title Of Album: Thousand Miles of Midnight: Phantom Radio Remixes
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Heavenly Recordings
Genre: Rock, Electronic
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 78:37 min
Total Size: 180 / 488 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Death Trip To Tulsa - Reconstructive Surgery Mix (03:29)
02. I Am The Wolf - Greg Dulli remix (04:12)
03. The Killing Season (05:53)
04. Torn Red Heart - Moby remix (07:08)
05. No Bells On Sunday - Moon Gangs remix (06:28)
06. Floor Of The Ocean - Pye Corner Audio remix (07:51)
07. Sad Lover - Mikey Young remix (05:21)
08. Waltzing In Blue - Earth dub mix (03:24)
09. Harvest Home - Magnus remix (04:49)
10. The Wid People - Alastair Galbraith remix (03:06)
11. Dry Iced - Tomas Barfod remix (08:19)
12. Jonas Pap - Soulsavers Aural Disorientation remix (07:32)
13. Seventh Day - Tom Furze extrapolation (08:18)
14. Judgement Time - Alain Johannes remix (02:47)

Following career-best reviews and a Top 20 chart entry for Phantom Radio, Mark Lanegan Band return with A Thousand Miles Of Midnight, an album of remixes of tracks from both 'Phantom Radio' and 'No Bells On Sunday', the EP that accompanied it.
The album is made up of a brilliant array of remixes by artists as diverse as UNKLE, Moby, Greg Dulli and soulsavers. Mark Lanegan says of the album: "I thought these tunes would lend themselves to remixing and that it would be interesting to hear what other artists might make of them. All the people who did remixes are musicians whose work I greatly admire."

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