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Metronomy: LateNightTales

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Price: $28.97
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  • w/ Bonus Album CD + Cover Art Print
  • Limited Edition
  • 180g Vinyl
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Summary

Metronomy, the effective alias of the talented Joseph Mount, have thus far released three albums, starting with the jagged electro manoeuvres of their debut 'Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe)', through to their two albums on Because, 'Nights Out', where Mount first sang, and last year's brilliant Mercury-nominated 'The English Riviera'. As a pop group, Metronomy that are more Four Tet than Fab Four, though with a sense of adventure that would've made the Fabs proud.

Their outing under the Late Night Tales banner journeys through the inspirations of the bands' ever moving sound - along with a few surprises. Mount's old favourite Autechre is present and correct, but then so are Kate and Anna McGarrigle and the Sun Ra of hip hop Sa-Ra Creative Partners. Joining Sa-Ra on the hip hop front, we've got Tweet's ace 'Drunk' from her Hummingbird album alongside OutKast 'Prototype', spiced with some Doctor Octagon.

For pure pop, they don't come more refined than Alan Parson's 'Eye In The Sky', who is buffeted by outbreaks of unsettling weirdness, among them the sadly departed Mick Karn's supple bass figurines on 'Weather The Windmill' or Tonto's Expanding Head Band - the guys that brought the funk to synthesizers with Stevie Wonder - and 'Cybernaut'.

And just when you think you've got it figured, Pete Drake arrives with his 1964 pedal steel novelty hit 'Forever'. This is a maze rather than a journey. Naturally enough, there is the Late Night Tales special with a sparkling Metronomy rendition of Jean-Michel Jarre's 'Hypnose'.

We've always had a soft spot for Devon and her cobbled street delights, but seen through the prism of Joseph Mount, it takes on a new hue that makes Brigitte Bardot and that other, lesser, Riviera seem somehow pallid. To paraphrase Buzzcocks: another music in a different riviera.

Vinyl format:
-Unmixed Full Tracks
-Limited Edition 180g Heavyweight Double Vinyl Pressing
-Includes CD Mix and 12 Page CD-Size Booklet
-Includes 12in x 12in High Quality Art Print
-"Half-Speed" mastered for optimum audiophile sound quality

Track Listing

1. OutKast - 'Prototype'
Producers: Andre 3000 (of OutKast)
Year: 2003
-
2. Tweet - 'Drunk'
Year: 2002
-
3. Sa-Ra Creative Partners (Om'Mas Keith + Shafiq Husayn + Taz Arnold) - 'Cosmic Ball'
Year: 2009
-
4. Chick Corea - 'El Bozo (Part 1)'
Producers: Chick Corea
Year: 1976
-
5. Dr. Octagon (Kool Keith + Dan The Automator + DJ Q-Bert) - 'Blue Flowers'
Producers: Dan The Automator
Year: 1996
-
6. Metronomy - 'Hypnose (Jean Michel Jarre Cover Version)'
Year: 2012
-
7. Alessi Brothers - 'Seabird'
Year: 1977
-
8. Autechre - 'Fold4, Wrap5'
Year: 1998
-
9. Mick Karn - 'Weather The Windmill'
Producers: Mick Karn; Colin Fairley
Year: 1982
-
10. The Alan Parsons Project - 'Eye In The Sky'
Producers: Alan Parsons
Year: 1982
-
11. Two Lone Swordsmen - 'You Are…'
Year: 2000
-
12. Tonto's Expanding Head Band - 'Cybernaut'
Producers: Malcolm Cecil
Year: 1971
-
13. Pete Drake - 'Forever'
Producers: Tommy Hill
Year: 1964
-
14. Appaloosa - 'The Day (We Fell In Love)'
Producers: Max Crefeld
Year: 2009
-
15. Kate & Anna McGarrigle - 'Complainte Pour Ste Catherine'
Year: 1975
-
16. Herman Dune - 'Winners Lose'
Year: 2003
-
17. Cat Power - 'Werewolf'
Year: 2003
-
18. Paul Morley - 'Lost For Words Pt. 4'
Year: 2012
-
 
Bonus Album CD:
 
1. OutKast - 'Prototype'
Producers: Andre 3000 (of OutKast)
Year: 2003
-
2. Tweet - 'Drunk'
Year: 2002
-
3. Sa-Ra Creative Partners (Om'Mas Keith + Shafiq Husayn + Taz Arnold) - 'Cosmic Ball'
Year: 2009
-
4. Chick Corea - 'El Bozo (Part 1)'
Producers: Chick Corea
Year: 1976
-
5. Dr. Octagon (Kool Keith + Dan The Automator + DJ Q-Bert) - 'Blue Flowers'
Producers: Dan The Automator
Year: 1996
-
6. Lonzo & The World Class Wreckin Cru - 'Cache Vocal'
Producers: Lonzo Williams
Year: 1987
-
7. Metronomy - 'Hypnose (Jean Michel Jarre Cover Version)'
Year: 2012
-
8. Alessi Brothers - 'Seabird'
Year: 1977
-
9. Autechre - 'Fold4, Wrap5'
Year: 1998
-
10. Mick Karn - 'Weather The Windmill'
Producers: Mick Karn; Colin Fairley
Year: 1982
-
11. The Alan Parsons Project - 'Eye In The Sky'
Producers: Alan Parsons
Year: 1982
-
12. Geneva Jacuzzi - 'Love Caboose'
Producers: Geneva Jacuzzi
Year: 2008
-
13. Two Lone Swordsmen - 'You Are…'
Year: 2000
-
14. Tonto's Expanding Head Band - 'Cybernaut'
Producers: Malcolm Cecil
Year: 1971
-
15. Pete Drake - 'Forever'
Producers: Tommy Hill
Year: 1964
-
16. Appaloosa - 'The Day (We Fell In Love)'
Producers: Max Crefeld
Year: 2009
-
17. Kate & Anna McGarrigle - 'Complainte Pour Ste Catherine'
Year: 1975
-
18. Herman Dune - 'Winners Lose'
Year: 2003
-
19. Cat Power - 'Werewolf'
Year: 2003
-
20. Paul Morley - 'Lost For Words Pt. 4'
Year: 2012
-

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