Royksopp - Late Night Tales - 2013 Electronic Rock Audiophile 180 Grm 2LP

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Röyksopp – Late Night Tales

Label: LateNightTales – ALNLP32
Series: LateNightTales –
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered
Country: UK
has insert
Released: 2013
Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style: Easy Listening

Sticker on outer protective plastic:

Limited Collectors Edition.

'Half Speed' remastered for optimum audiophile reproduction.

Pressed on virgin 180 gram heavyweight vinyl.

Includes bonus exclusive download code to Royksopp's "LateNightTales" mix as well as unmixed track versions in both WAV & MP3 foramts

Comes with art print.

A1 Röyksopp Daddy’s - Groove (Exclusive New Track) 3:08
A2 Rare Bird - Passing Through 4:26
A3 Little River Band - Light Of Day 8:02
A4 Johann Johansson - Odi Et Amo 3:12

B1 Vangelis - Blade Runner Blues 8:54
B2 Röyksopp - Ice Machine (Exclusive Depeche Mode Cover Version) 3:39
B3 F.R. David - Music 3:25
B4 Prelude - After The Goldrush 2:07
B5 Andreas Vollenweider - Hands And Clouds 2:39

C1 Richard Schneider Jr. - Hello Beach Girls 6:09
C2 Byrne & Barnes - Love You Out Of Your Mind 3:21
C3 John Martyn - Small Hours 8:44

D1 Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore 2:56
D2 This Mortal Coil - 'Til I Gain Control 4:43
D3 Popol Vuh - Aguirre I Lacrime di Rei 6:17
D4 Benedict Cumberbatch - Flat Of Angles (Part 2) (Exclusive Spoken Word Piece) 4:20

Companies, etc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Night Time Stories Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Night Time Stories Ltd.
Pressed By – MPO
Cover – Peter Ashworth
Design – The Reptile House
Mastered By – Cheeky Paul

There are 2 Royksopp originals--Daddy's Groove and Ice Machine.
Great mixes that covers a wide swath of music talent. Also, Benedict Cumberbatch reading "Flat of Angles" is just about the coolest thing I've heard in a while.

There’s a strong representation of alternative European sounds. Röyksopp mine deep and wide to unearth the rare and unusual German psych-pop of Richard Schneider Jnr (featuring none other than Can’s Jaki Leibezeit on drums), France’s unique F.R. David and the new age melodies of Switzerland’s Andreas Vollenweider - its pop Jim, but not as we know it. There are also the more familiar names of XTC and Thomas Dolby, as well as Röyksopp’s exclusive cover of Depeche Mode’s ‘Ice Machine’.
More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label LateNightTales