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Simian Mobile Disco - Is Fixed (new album / MP3)

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Thursday, Aug 12, 2010
by PopMatters Staff

Simian Mobile Disco
Is Fixed
(Defend Music)
Releasing: 12 October


The UK’s Simian Mobile Disco has a new remix CD headed your way this October and they’ve just made a track available for free download, “Nerve Salad”. This is the first release in a planned series of discs celebrating the FIXED parties in New York City.


SONG LIST
01 Brain Machine: “Eternal Night”
02 Etienne Jaumet: “For Falling Asleep”
03 Jurek Przezdziecki: “Qwerty Poema”
04 Conrad Schnitzler: “Ballet Statique”
05 André Walter: “Malphas”
06 Bam Bam: “Where’s Your Child?”
07 DJ Hell: “U Can Dance (SMD Mix)”
08 Paul Woolford: “False Prophet”
09 Philip Sherburne: “Salt and Vinegar”
10 Clement Meyer: “Midnight Madness”
11 Simian Mobile Disco: “Nerve Salad”
12 Pantha Du Prince: “Behind the Stars”
13 Hot Chip: “One Life Stand (Carl Craig Mix)”
14 Chateau Flight: “Baroque”
15 SND: “05:36:58”
16 Delia Derbyshire: “Dreams”

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