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Artist(s) ..........:: John Grant Title ..............:: Pale Green Ghosts (DeLuxe Edition) Record Label .......:: Partisan Records Catalogue Number....:: - Source .............:: WEB, CD Album Date Of Release.....:: 11-March-2013 Genre...............:: Electronic Style...............:: Indie Rock, Indie, Synthpop Quality ............:: VBR kbps avg / 44.1KHz / Joint Stereo Encoder.............:: LAME v3.98 Tracks .............:: 17 Separated / Unmixed Total Time..........:: 01:40:44 Total Size..........:: ~ 175 Mb URL: BUY http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B9LNK5G?ie=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393177&creativeASIN=B00B9LNK5G&linkCode=shr&tag=alemusblo-20 http://www.sanity.com.au/products/2221923/Pale_Green_Ghosts_Deluxe_Edition Tracklist: =========== CD 1: 01. Pale Green Ghosts [6:03] 02. Black Belt [4:18] 03. GMF [5:13] 04. Vietnam [5:28] 05. It DoesnΓÇÖt Matter To Him [6:26] 06. Why DonΓÇÖt You Love Me Anymore [6:11] 07. You DonΓÇÖt Have To [5:53] 08. Sensitive New Age Guy [4:41] 09. Ernest Borgnine [4:53] 10. I Hate This Town [4:03] 11. Glacier [7:36] CD 2 Deluxe Edition includes the following extra tracks: 01. Black Belt (Hercules & Love Affair Rmx) [7:47] 02. Black Belt (Gluteus Maximus Vocal Rmx) [8:23] 03. Pale Green Ghosts (Nivolt Rmx) [5:20] 04. Pale Green Ghosts (No Ceremony Rmx) [4:48] 05. Why DonΓÇÖt You Love Me (Nivolt Rmx) [5:48] 06. Why DonΓÇÖt You Love Me (Bon Homme Rmx) [7:38] Note: ====== When it was time for John Grant to record the follow-up to his acclaimed debut album, The Queen of Denmark, many assumed he would return to Texas to record once again with members of Midlake. Instead, having recently visited Iceland for the Airwaves festival he decided to explore the country some more, making 80s synthpop-influenced tracks with Biggi Veira from Icelandic dance pioneers, Gus Gus. One of the songs they collaborated on is the album's title track, Pale Green Ghosts, which was influenced by the long car journeys Grant used to take to clear his head. "I'd take the I-25 between Denver and Boulder, which was lined with all these Russian olive trees, which are the pale green ghosts of the title: they have these tiny leaves with silver on the back, which glow in the moonlight", he explains. "The song is about wanting to get out of a small town, to go out into the world and become someone and make my mark". While the original creeps along tetchily over a disintegrating electronic pulse and sighing strings, the No Ceremony remix - premiered here - beefs up the beats, filters the vocals and even throws in some acoustic guitar for the instrumental breakdown, which makes it more in-keeping with Grant's perceived musical style than the original.
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