Thievery Corporation ‎– Abductions And Reconstructions

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1 David Byrne Dance On Vaseline (Thievery Corp. Meets David Byrne Remix) 5:36
2 Baaba Maal I Will Follow You (Souka Nayo) (Thievery Remix) 4:52
3 Slide Five KC Doppler (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:41
4 Rockers Hi-Fi Transmission Central (Remixed By Thievery Corporation) 4:46
5 Stereolab Tickertape Of The Unconscious (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:10
6 Pizzicato 5* Porno 3003 (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:21
7 Thunderball (2) Hijack (Reach For The Sky) 4:58
8 Edson Cordeiro Ave Maria (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:05
9 Waldeck Defenceless (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:46
10 Gus Gus* Polyesterday (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:04
11 Hooverphonic This Strange Effect (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:48
12 Avatars Of Dub Sexelevatormuzik (Thievery Corporation Remix) 5:15
13 Black Uhuru Boof N' Baff N' Biff (Black Uhuru Meets The Thievery) 5:45
14 Ursula 1000 Savoir Faire (Thievery Corporation Mix) 5:44
15 Urbs' n Chaoz* Closer To God (Thievery Corporation Remix) 4:37

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 95103 00172 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 795103001725
  • Matrix / Runout: CD990104 + + 96574-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L028

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January 30, 2015
Please put this on vinyl!


July 28, 2014

The Thievery Corporation is probably as well-known for their bass-heavy remixes as for their own work, and on ABDUCTIONS AND RECONSTRUCTIONS, they get a chance to show off some of their better pieces, such as the backbone they give to David Byrne's "Dance on Gasoline" or the dreamy take of Baaba Maal's "I Will Follow You." It's normal that they would gravitate to follow dub and reggae artists Black Uhuru, Avatars of Dub and Rockers Hi-Fi (who get a mix with a house beat), but they also bring their dub sensibility to Slide Five's "KC Doppler." More surprising is their take on Stereolab's "Tickertape Of The Unconscious" or Pizzicato 5's "Porno 3003," both of which retain vocal elements of the originals, but are now fully situated in a Thievery world. Gus Gus get "Polyesterday" funked up, while go-go proponent Ursula 1000 gets "Savoir Faire" disappears into the reverb. Their sound is unmistakable, and this collection shows why they were in such high demand.