Custom "True Replica" Jacket Featuring Brilliant Original Artwork
Blues Traveler, the eponymous debut album from Blues Traveler, was released on A&M Records in 1990. It establishes the band's trademark jam band sound featuring John Popper's harmonica. On several songs, notably "Warmer Days," a then-unknown Joan Osborne sings background vocals.
1. But Anyway
3. Mulling It Over
4. 100 Years
5. Dropping Some NYC
6. Crystal Flame
7. Slow Change
8. Warmer Days
9. Gotta Get Mean
11. Sweet Talking Hippie
Josh Scott is revered in the Eau Claire, Wisconsin music scene, which yielded Bon Iver, Volcano Choir, and Field Report. Producted by Scott and Justin Vernon, this album features members of Bon Iver, Field Report, S. Carey, Solid Gold, and more. "Dk/Pi" is the first single to be released from Aero Flynn, and has been deemed "extremely promising" by Stereogum, and a "blissful return for the enigmatic songwriter" by CoS.
Limited Six Vinyl LP Box Set With Three Double Lp Sets In Gatefold Sleeve
Includes Picture Disc Recreation Of The Original Yellow Goat Pressing Of Their 1984 Debut Album
For years Quorthon was an enigma right out of a Poe novel; he managed to secure a reputation and mystique of almost total anonymity for most of Bathory’s career. Not much was known about him, and even more was fabricated. To this day we’re not 100% sure of what Quorthon was doing, thinking or living in those formative years. We do know that he was around 15 when he first demoed songs for the now infamous “Scandinavian Metal Attack” LP that showcased local Swedish bands for a one-off offering. From there letters came in from all over requesting more of the guttural-vocals and pained screams of young Quorthon. His destiny was beginning.
1984 saw the debut album, “Bathory” emerge as one of the underground’s most important and sought-after releases in the black metal genre since Venom’s “Black Metal” just two years earlier. Right up there with Mercyful Fate, Hellhammer, Celtic Frost and the newly-emerging Sodom, Bathory was marking its spot in black metal history. “The Return” followed in 1985, into 1987’s “Under the Sign of the Black Mark”, which propelled Bathory into the masses even more prominently. While never keeping a lineup for more than two albums, Quorthon was as prolific as he was mysterious. Some of the albums that followed were exceptional (Blood Fire Death, Hammerheart, and Twilight of the Gods) while others simply seemed to lack some of that early magic. Still and all, Quorthon remained active and prominent in both the early scene and the newly-fashioned resurgence that formed out of Scandinavia in the early 90s. While he publicly dismissed the act of the some of the Norwegian bands as childish and “silly” he was proud of the fact that those bands held high the name of Bathory in a short list of influences.
Then he was just gone. There was no huge “going-out-with-a-bang” event, no fanfare, and no full-page obituaries: he was just gone. A heart attack claimed his young life in his Sweden apartment on June 7, 2004. The man was just 38-years old.
1. Song To Hail Up High
2. Odens Ride Over Nordland
3. Twilight Of The Gods
4. Foreverdark Woods
5. A Fine Day To Die
6. The Woodwoman
7. I’ve Had It Coming My Way
9. Born To Die
10. God Save The Queen
11. The Sword
12. For All Those Who Died
13. Call From The Grave
14. Born Forburning
1. One Rode To Asa Bay
2. The Lake
3. The Land
4. Raise The Dead
5. War Pigs
6. Enter The Eternal Fire
7. Blood Fire Death
8. Ring Of Gold
9. War Machine
11. Ace Of Spades
12. Death And Resurrection Of A Northern Son
13. The Ravens
1. The Wheel Of Sun
3. Black Diamond
4. Woman Of Dark Desires
5. Destroyer Of Worlds
6. Sea Wolf
8. The Return Of Darkness And Evil
9. Day Of Wrath
10. I’m Only Sleeping
15. You Just Got To Live
17. Song To Hall Up High
Bathory Yellow Goat Picture Disc:
1. Storm Of Damnation
6. In Conspiracy With Satan
8. Raise The Dead
TASDF “Self Love” is a collaborative release between Touche Amore and Self Defense Family members. “Self Love” was created by 15 musicians working together as one band, all eventually captured by engineer Will Yip (Blacklisted, Title Fight) at Studio 4 in Conshohocken, PA.
A-Side “Circa 95” is an upbeat combination of Touche Amore’s explosive emotional leanings and Self Defense Family’s trademark cynicism. As the song twist and turns, it peels and curls to reveal layers of guitars and dueling percussion. All while lyrically paying subtle homage to hardcore legends Unbroken. While B-Side “Low Beams” begins with a contagious jangle before erupting into an catchy sonic finale. Telling the story of nomadic displacement; the highs, lows, and in between that many who travel the open road experience.
"Rust” is the new album from Harm’s Way. Recorded at Brick Top Recordings by Andy Nelson (Weekend Nachos, Dead In The Dirt), mixed at God City Studios by Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire), and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Obituary, Nails). Brutally and meticulously refined, “Rust” brilliantly combines industrial repetition (think Godflesh), metal attack (think Sepultura, Helmet, Celtic Frost), and hardcore aggression. Showing that Harm’s Way have emerged from the wreckage of past genres as the new high watermark of heavy in contemporary aggressive music.
Opener “Infestation” stomps with machine-like precision before plunging into a depressing sonic dirge. While songs like “Law Of The Land”, “Hope”, “Cancerous Ways”, and others introduce guitar and electronic driven atmospherics into the arsenal. These subtle dynamics bleed into other aspects of “Rust” as well. Mid-album beast “Left To Disintegrate” unfurls as an unforgettable anti-anthem ripe with infectious creeping metallic undertones. While “Amongst The Rust” and “Turn To Stone” introduce guest vocals from Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) and Emily Jancetic. Both of them adding haunting nuance to the brute force of the band. All of this leads to the epic closer “Ease My Mind”; a take-no-prisoners aural bludgeoning so heavy that it needs to be heard to be believed.
2. Law Of The Land
5. Cancerous Ways
6. Amongst The Rust
8. Docile Bodies
9. Turn To Stone
10. Ease My Mind
Isolation can often result in unique outcomes. Hailing from the tiny, cold, untamed and detached Australian state that is Tasmania, PSYCROPTIC have become an unparalleled act in the enigmatic worldwide movement commonly known as death metal. Fifteen years have passed since their formation in 1999, the band having since released five critically acclaimed studio albums, all of which show an organic progression along a clandestine path from which they will never stray.
PSYCROPTIC have performed in all corners of the globe alongside names that need no introduction to those in the know — Cannibal Corpse, Suicide Silence, Decapitated, The Faceless, Obituary, Carcass, Nile, The Black Dahlia Murder, Origin, Kataklysm, Aborted, Despised Icon, Suffocation, Veil of Maya, Cryptopsy, Misery Index, Vader, Born of Osiris, Hate Eternal... you get the picture, right? Metal legend Max Cavalera has also been sporting the band’s merch in recent promotional photos, bringing things full circle from the days when they were influenced by Sepultura in their youth. It’s safe to say that PSYCROPTIC‘s place in the history of heavy metal is solidified, and that everything that happens from here on in is simply a bonus.
1. Echoes to Come
3. A Soul Once Lost
5. Setting The Skies Ablaze
6. Ideals That Wont Surrender
7. Sentence Of Immortality
8. The World Discarded
9. Endless Wandering
Enslaved was formed in 1991 by Ivar Bjørnson and Grutle Kjellson, and did their first demo “Yggdrasill” in the summer of 1992, while the legendary mini-album “Hordanes Land” was released the year after in 1993. Enslaved’s debut “Vikingligr Veldi” came in the spring of 1994, while the successful second album “Frost” was released already winter 1994. In many ways “Eld” (’97) marked the opening of a horizon-widening era for the band, with a small detour on “Blodhemn” the following year: Enslaved’s most furious and black-edged effort to date. “Mardraum (Beyond the Within)” was released in 2000; taking on an experimental and innovative approach for Extreme Metal. The band followed up with “Monumension” in 2001; receiving more (pleasantly) surprising positive response to their “no rules” approach to Extreme Metal. Many see an important milestone being “Below the Lights” (’03) - where the progressive yet darker Enslaved emerged. A new line-up was put together after the recording of “Below the Lights”, marking the opening of a new, shimmering chapter.
The new line-up released the album “Isa” in late 2004, and the album put Enslaved at the very forefront of contemporary Extreme Metal; both as a recording and live artist – proving the latter with the release of acclaimed live-DVD “Return to Yggdrasill”. “Ruun” was released in 2006, and received numerous great reviews from fans, magazines and websites worldwide. Early 2007 Enslaved sat out on their first full tour through USA and Canada since the late 90s; following up with treks all over Europe and more North America. Back in the studio the band conjured up “Vertebrae” (’08) together with mixer Joe Baresi – an album that spread across the globe like fire with extensive promotion and extensive touring. More inspired than ever the band worked on a new album throughout 2009, and started recording during the first weeks of 2010. The band’s first co-operation with mixer Jens Bogren; “Axioma Ethica Odini” received Enslaved’s 4th consecutive Norwegian Grammy in the Metal category (“Isa”, “Ruun” and “Vertebrae” receiving the three previous awards).
Enslaved continued to tour Norway, Europe and North America; and released two exclusive EPs during 2011 (“The Sleeping Gods” 10” and “Thorn” 7”). Never ones for resting, Enslaved worked intensely with an album throughout all of this – and in 2012 they inked a worldwide deal with leading label Nuclear Blast Records. This all resulted in Enslaved’s groundbreaking 2012-album “Riitiir”, followed up throughout 2013, which became a year of expansion for Enslaved - with North American and European tours, and of course more festival appearances around the world. It also became the year when Enslaved finally made its way down under to Australia, a highly memorable and successful endeavor. Upon returning at the end of the year, songwriting once again commenced and 2014 were set to be the year when Enslaved took yet another step up, out, forward and whatever directions there are. The year started with supporting Swedish brother-in-beards Amon Amarth. Then the summer and autumn two highly public commissioned pieces in Norway, and recording a new album.
For the new album “In Times”, the team of producers once again came from within the band: Bjørnson, Larsen and Grutle – with the addition of Iver Sandøy. Large parts of the recording were once again done in the band members’ own studios in Bergen and the remote village of Valevåg. The mix and mastering was handled by respectively Jens Bogren and Tony Lindgren; both from Fascination Street Studios. One of Enslaved’s trademarks has been the magnificent paintings that adorn the covers, and “Riitiir” is no exception. Norwegian artist Truls Espedal, who has worked with the band since 2001, has done the impossible with topping his own previous masterpieces once again.
1. Thurisaz Dreaming
2. Building With Fire
3. One Thousand Years Of Rain
4. Nauthir Bleeding
A split release between Deathwish and Run For Cover Records.
Creative Adult comes from the diverse musical breeding ground of California's North Bay Punk scene. With hardcore roots, they explore noisy, sometimes psychedelic sounds with an undeniable Dischord styled edge. Their song “Americans” meanders and builds as if were an ’85 era Punk anthem. Using musical repetition and biting social commentary to create a dark, infectious atmosphere.
Self Defense Family are one of the most prolific Punk bands out there today. Through countless releases and as many musical contributors (they have had more than ten active members at any given time), the collective has grown in both sound and vision. Their song here, “Somerton” is the band at their best. An experimental tangle of guitar melody swirls as Patrick Kindlon’s unmistakable story telling swells into a beautiful, fracturing crescendo.
Evil Invaders – wasn`t that the title of the 1985
masterpiece by Canadians Razor??? No wonder
these Belgian old school lovers deliver a classy
toxic waltz with their full-length debut “Pulses Of
Pleasure” that merges speed metal with aggressive
Exodus-style vocals and fiery guitar solos! “Pulses
Of Pleasure” stands for the unbound energy of the
80s and the sophistication of our present decade.
Whip out those Hi-tops and patch-studded denim
vests when Evil Invaders ride the tank!!! Already a
Speed/Thrash Metal Masterpiece!
1. Fast, Loud‚ 'n Rude
2. Pulses Of Pleasure
3. Eclipse Of The Mind
5. Stairway To Insanity
6. Shot To Paradise
8. Blinded (intro)
9. Master Of Illusion
Will Butler has been a member of the band Arcade Fire for over 10 years.
This is his first release under his own name.
Policy is American music—in the tradition of the Violent Femmes, The
Breeders, The Modern Lovers, Bob Dylan, Smokey Robinson, The Magnetic
Fields, Ghostface Killah. And John Lennon (I know, but it counts).
Music where the holy fool runs afoul of the casual world.
Policy was recorded in one week in Jimi Hendrix’s old living room
(upstairs at Electric Lady Studios). Jeremy Gara played drums; other
musicians contributed woodwinds and backing vocals. Most everything else
was played by Will.
The song structures are traditional; the arrangements are clean. The music is
experimental only in that it attacks consistency as a requirement for sincerity.
The songs are angry, loving, joking, tired, honest, idiotic. They clash against
each other but also fit and work together—as if a blind watchmaker made a
Frankenstein watch that came alive and told extremely accurate time while
having conflicting feelings about its creator. No, about creation itself. But
then the watch makes friends with a talking rat, and they go on hilarious
adventures until it turns out that the rat was dead the whole time. With a
really good credits song—I mean, the whole soundtrack is excellent. You
should check it out.
1. Take My Side
3. Finish What I Started
4. Son of God
5. Something’s Coming
6. What I Want
7. Sing to Me
Reared on a hefty diet of 80’s glam rock Americana á la Guns N’ Roses and such, Santa Cruz are a rock ’n’ roll sensation, who, despite their very young age have hosted numerous rock clubs of their own in their native Hellsinki Rock City, scoring hordes of stark-raving-mad fans and reaping attention and endorsements from peers and media alike. The German rock magazine Stalker even recommends it to their readers that they plan their Finnish vacations around Santa Cruz’s tour dates.
If there ever was a band that looks completely out of place in their hometown, it would have to be Santa Cruz. Whereas contemplating suicide in a snowdrift, drunk out of one’s skull, comes naturally for the inherently dark and brooding Finns, something as sunny, positive and unlawfully h-h-h-hot as Santa Cruz shouldn’t probably be even possible on these semi-Arctic ice-ridden shores! It's just that tracks like “High on You” with its shimmering harmonies, rabidly energetic “Let’s Get the Party Started” and “Aiming High” which probably possesses the sickest guitar riff in Finnish rock and metal this side of 1986, will prove to you, the Santa Cruz brand of rock ’n’ roll works like an intravenous shot of Adrenaline! The top-notch songwriting and guitar chops from Hell will leave your jaws ajar and with Archie’s unbridled yelps, at times you’d be willing to bet your cojones that it's the ghost of Bill Bailey singing – no small feat considering that Mr. Bailey is still very much alive! No wonder the Santa Cruz gigs are infamous of getting a wee bit unhinged at times!
Without further ado, let’s round it out with the endorsement of a guy who knows what the f**k he’s talking about: “Never mind that they are young, ‘cuz the matter of the fact is, that Santa Cruz definitely sticks out from all these retro hair metal bands running around nowadays. Not only do they have the attitude and the looks, but most importantly they sure as hell know how to play and the songs along with the awesome guitar playing pretty much makes me wanna bang my head in two pieces when I see them play live. And after all that’s what it’s all about. End of fucking story!!!” -Alexi Laiho / CHILDREN OF BODOM
1. Bonafide Heroes
2. Velvet Rope
3. My Remedy
4. 6(66) Feet Under
5. Bye Bye Babylon
6. We Are The Ones To Fall
7. Wasted & Wounded
8. Let Them Burn
9. Vagabonds (Sing With Me)
10. Can You Feel The Rain
"Folk-pop act Any Kind is comprised of a handful of regulars from the local music scene: three members from This is Me Smiling and one from Inspector Owl, guys who move between bands often enough that it’s like Chicago’s music scene is their own personal swinger party.
"It’s pretty clear from the first listen of their self-titled debut album that these kids have been playing together for a long time. They have a comfortable chemistry, more lo-fi, relaxed, and naturally flowing than what you’ll hear from This is Me Smiling. The album’s opening track, “Only Gonna Let You Down” is a good example, with sparse and scratchy guitar play, light drumming, and lyrics that follow the train of thought of a wary lover. The act also has a knack for infectious beats, like in “Never Seen Anyone Out There Like You” and “One More.” "
- Sarah Cobarrubias (Chicagoist)
2. Make You See
3. Lost Again, I Am
4. My Brother
6. Hold Please
7. Loving You For So Long
9. Welcome To The Neighborhood
10. Creep All Night
LESSER OCEANS features Fences cohorts Benjamin Greenspan and Lindsey Starr as well as production from such studio luminaries as Jacquire King (Of Monsters and Men, Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse) and Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie, The Decemberists, The Lonely Forest), the latter of which helmed Fences’ new single “Sunburns.”
1. Songs About Angels
2. The Lake
3. Dogs At The Table
4. Arrows (feat. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)
5. Running Off The Gods
7. Dusty Beds
8. My Mountain Is Cold
9. Lesser Oceans
10. Temple Dreaming
Flowing beards and sweat dripping off the walls: two
things that surely do defne Kansas-based trio The
Midnight Ghost Train! So how else could ‘Cold Was
The Ground’ sound, if not like roaring amps, swampfriendly
sludge riffs and feisty rawk`n`roll attitude
nestled somewhere in between Weedeater and Red
Fang??? ‘Cold Was The Ground’ – the third album by
these Roadburn veterans – offers dark delta blues,
Southern swagger and pure heaviness: this one`s got
1. Along The Chasm
3. BC Trucker
5. One Last Shelter
6. The Canfeld
7. Straight To The North
8. No. 227
9. The Little Sparrow
10. Twin Souls
LoneLady is Julie Campbell, and vice versa - there is little artifice involved, but rather a symbiosis between art and creator that manifests itself in the kind of poetic, deeply personal and unapologetic work that becomes timeless music. HINTERLAND comes like a bolt from the dark. At its core beats a special kind of uncomplicated drum machine rhythm and the synthetic timbre of percussion that recalls fractured memories of minimal wave and even early techno, lashed together with LoneLady’s deceptively intricate and propulsive style of guitar playing.
As ringleader of great bands The Memories and White Fang, not to mention penning the “Burger TV” theme song for Burger Records, Free Weed (Rikky Gage) has built a sizable indie following that continues to veer mainstream. With Introducing, he is now positioned as ambassador of the legalize-it movement, having crafted a hit-repeat player that splices the freak power illumination of Ween with the catchy spirit of "Loser"-era Beck. Just look at his face...
The album is themed around Free Weed’'s love of marijuana and his digitally well-documented bacchanal lifestyle. No twigs, no seeds to be had, Introducing is all killer, no filler, never sputtering into stoner novelty. This is an album to boost your happiness and lower your inhibitions. The album’s pedigree extends to being mastered by Mikey Young, member of requisite Aussie outfit Total Control, with cover art by ever-talented Dustyn Peterman of San Diego art collective Mushroom Necklace (Ty Segall; Thee Oh Sees).
New to their instruments, Bobby Donnie had been crafting their strange pop rock songs since 2012 – the culmination being their forthcoming debut album “Bobby Donnie Sings the Bobby Donnie Songs” available on Ehse Records.
2. Self Help
4. Shelby Inn
7. Human Pleasures
8. Squid Pork Falls
9. Alex W.
11. Night Sky
The innovative productions of Hot Sugar (née Nick Koenig) on the Muscle Milk and Moon Money EPs and tracks with artists including Das Racist, Kitty, Antwon, Big Baby Gandhi and the Roots helped to cement his status as one of the underground’s hottest beat-makers. His debut album “God’s Hand,” is his boldest outing to date. Koenig has pioneered the production style of ‘associative music’ in a process of manipulating recordings from non-traditional sources and everyday life which are then repurposed into their own unique sounds that make the audience hear the world around them in a whole new way.
2. Raining Blood
5. Beer Cans & Bubblegum
7. The Child They Left Behind
8. Do What Thou Wilt
9. And The Walls Came Tumbling Down
11. Not Afraid To Die
14. Dead Inside
15. No One Will Know Where I Went
16. You'll See Them In Your Sleep
Post punk provocateurs The Pop Group, one of the most wildly innovative and barrier-shattering bands to emerge from the late ’70s era are set to release their first studio recording in 35 years. The album ‘Citizen Zombie’ has been produced by one of the biggest names in commercial pop music, multi Grammy and Academy Award winner Paul Epworth (Adele, U2, Florence & The Machine). The album, features original members Mark Stewart (lyrics / vocals), Gareth Sager (guitar), Dan Catsis (bass), and Bruce Smith (drums).The announcement of the new album has been received with great enthusiasm from major music sites across the globe, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and Noisey to name a few. Rolling Stone recently featured The Oral History of The Pop Group, citing the band as inspiration for everyone from Nick Cave to Nine Inch Nails, and going on to say:“ They paved the way for Fugazi's politicized dissonance, Massive Attack and Nine Inch Nails' larger-than-life soundscapes, and the dancefloor-friendly art-rock moves of contemporary bands like Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Liars.”
1. Citizen Zombie
2. Mad Truth
3. Nowhere Girl
4. Shadow Child
5. The Immaculate Deception
7. Box 9
9. St. Outrageous
10. Age Of Miracles
Often dubbed a “supergroup”, each member of Future Brown is a seasoned artist across genres. Fatima Al Qadiri, a Kuwaiti musician and visual artist, last year debuted her LP Asiatisch to critical acclaim via the infamous Hyperdub. LA-based Daniel Pineda and AsmaMaroof have been producing and DJing as Nguzunguzu for the Fade To Mind crew and worked with rappers Le1f, M.I.A and R&B singer Kelela. J-Cush, runs Lit City Trax from NYC, a label providing an outlet for urban music from every corner of the globe including the late Chicago footwork legend DJ Rashad. Presenting vocal collaborators with strains of sonic ideas they would never encounter otherwise, Future Brown manage to catalyze a cosmopolitan, experimental approach to contemporary urban sounds. Future Brown caught early attention with their breakaway track featuring Chicago’s rising star Tink. The first producers outside of her city to champion the young vocalist (who is now working on her debut album with Timbaland and André 3000), the epic ‘Wanna Party’ now bookends the album with another Tink collab, “Room 302”. Other vocalists include grime’s Ruff Sqwad members Rapid and Dirty Danger, Kelela, Yung Chop’s 8TMG MCs and Stargete’sproteges Sicko Mobb. Timberlee (reggaton star and Major Lazer collaborator) even graces the album, as well as rapper Shawnna. Performatively Future Brown have backed up their sound with full concept installations at MoMA’s PS1 Gallery alongside DIS Magazine as well as Miami’s Art Basel this winter. On radio they have gained fans regionally as varied as BBC Radio1 and DJ Pharris at Power 92 Chicago.
1. Room 302 [ft. Tink]
2. Talkin Bandz [ft. Shawnna and DJ Victoriouz]
3. Big Homie [ft. Sicko Mobb]
4. No Apology [ft. Timberlee]
5. Vernáculo [ft. Maluca]
6. Dangerzone [ft. Kelela and Ian Isiah]
7. Speng [ft. Riko Dan]
8. Killing Time [ft. Johnny May Cash, YB and King Rell]
9. MVP [ft. 3D Na'Tee and Tim Vocals]
10. Asbestos [ft. Roachee, Prince Rapid and Dirty Danger]
11. Wanna Party [ft. Tink]
Born in a Camden pub and rooted in multinational friendships, Cheatahs have wasted no time since forming three years ago. The band released a compilation of their two UK-only 2012 EPs Coared and SANS via Wichita Recordings in 2013 before their proper eponymous US debut LP arrived in stores in February 2014. The album earned London-based four-piece praise from All Music Guide, Alternative Press, The AV Club, Interview, MAGNET, and VICE (‘Best Album of the Month’ February 2014), among others, and will be followed up by a new EP in February 2015.
Internationally renowned DJ and radio personality Gilles Peterson has called upon some of the most exciting names across the jazz, electronic and indie worlds to rework Melanie De Biasio’s acclaimed album No Deal, including EELS, The Cinematic Orchestra, Hex, and Seven Davis Junior.
EELS haunting, orchestral reworking of opening track I Feel You is the first ever remix by Mark Oliver Everett (AKA E), who fell in love with De Biasio’s music when she supported EELS at the Royal Albert Hall in June. The Cinemantic Orchestra give I’m Gonna Leave You an intense reworking, while beat maker C. Crisci, a.k.a Clap! Clap! gives the same track an afro-beat slant. Seven Davis Jr gives title-track No Deal an old school house flavour, while LA’s Jonwayne coats With All My Love a lush balm of hip-hop. Japan’s Toshio Matsuura (AKA Hex) adds an impressive urgency to The Flow, whilst France’s modern classical composer Chassol provides a downtempo and discordant take on Sweet Darling Pain.
1. I Feel You (EELS Remix)
2. The Flow (Hex Remix) - Boiler Room Debuts
3. No Deal (Seven Davis Jr Remix)
4. With Love / Sweet Darling Pain (Gilles Peterson & Sinbad Remix)
5. Sweet Darling Pain (Chassol Remix)
6. I'm Gonna Leave You (Clap! Clap! Remix)
7. With All My Love (Jonwayne Remix)
8. I'm Gonna Leave You (The Cinematic Orchestra Remix)
Rebel Heart will be released on Interscope Records. Producers include Madonna, Diplo (Living For Love, Bitch I'm Madonna, Unapologetic Bitch), Kanye West (Illuminati), Billboard (Ghosttown), DJ Dahi and Blood Diamonds (Devil Pray). The album was recorded in London, Los Angeles and New York.
1. Living for Love
2. Devil Pray
4. Unapologetic Bitch
6. Bitch I'm Madonna
7. Hold Tight
8. Joan of Arc
11. Body Shop
12. Holy Water
13. Inside Out
14. Wash All Over Me
15. Best Night
16. Veni Vedi Vici
19. Rebel Heart