deadmau5 returns with a new killer album, ‘4×4=12’. Featuring vocal guest appearances by Sofi on the lead singer ‘Sofi Needs a Ladder’. Other highlights include ‘One Trick Pon’ and the Michael Woods remix of ‘I Said’, a deadmau5 collaboration with UK DJ/producer Chris Lake.
Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story
The soundtrack, like the film, spans half a century of musical genres, including 60s radio jingles, glam-rock, disco, 80s synth-pop and electronica. The film’s theme tune, ‘Mama Can You See Me Now’, is cleverly tweaked and remodelled throughout the film to reflect these different genres. Perhaps the most notable of these is the glam-rock style 70s version, which begins and ends the movie as Eddie walks on stage for the final show. This is one the gays will love.
Following their online onslaught last year, Brontosaurus Chorus are releasing their debut album Owls. Their mixture of embittered lyrical musing and sugar-coated pop folk has become synonymous with this multi-layered London octet. This album charts and celebrates the enchanting and haunting phenomenon of life and death in all its guises. With their undeniable charm and effortless ease they have concocted something quite brilliant, with no aftertaste of guilt or rot. This is a zesty and bubbly musical sweet that you can’t stop sucking.
The Goa Mix 2011
Out: 1st December
Label: New State Music
Paul’s landmark The Goa Mix was originally broadcast on Radio 1 as an Essential Mix in 1994 and was voted The Best Essential Mix Ever by Radio 1 listeners, also winning a Silver award at the Sony Radio Awards. Available for the first time as an official album release, the mix has never been legally released as a CD or download due to past music licensing issues. The Goa Mix 2011 has been totally re-crafted and re-recorded for an album release and is spread across two discs. Stand out tracks include Goldie pres. Metalheadz – Inner City Life, Marmion – Schoneberg, Grace – Skin On Skin, Li Kwan – Point Zero, The Infinity Project – Stimuli, Man With No Name – Sugar Rush and Vangelis’ stunning Bladerunner Main Titles.
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Goa is a state in which Asian country?
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