Various ‎– Modular Presents - Leave Them All Behind

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1-01 The Rakes Retreat (Phones Mix)
Remix – Phones
1-02 Cut Copy Bright Neon Payphone
1-03 Death From Above 1979 Romantic Rights (Erol Alkan Re-Edit)
Remix – Erol Alkan
1-04 The Long Blondes Giddy Stratospheres
1-05 Cazals Poor Innocent Boys
1-06 Panico Transpiralo
1-07 Bloc Party Banquet (Phones Disco Edit)
Remix – Phones
1-08 Rubicks I See You
1-09 Fiery Furnaces* Single Again
1-10 Tom Vek I Ain't Saying My Goodbyes
1-11 Whitey Leave Them All Behind
1-12 Midnight Jugganauts* 45 & Rising (Cut Copy Remix)
Remix – Cut Copy
1-13 Chromeo Me & My Man (Whitey Remix)
Remix – Whitey
1-14 Kiki & Silversurfer Shake Off
Featuring – Captain Comatose
1-15 The Knife You Take My Breath Away (Mylo Remix)
Remix – Mylo
1-16 The Presets (2) Girl & The Sea (Cut Copy Remix)
Remix – Cut Copy
1-17 The Kills Good Ones (Jagz Kooner Mix)
Remix – Jagz Kooner
1-18 The Killers Mr Brightside
2-01 Bloc Party Banquet (Phones Disco Edit)
Remix – Phones
2-02 Whitey Leave Them All Behind
2-03 The Long Blondes Giddy Stratospheres
2-04 Kiki & Silversurfer Shake Off
Featuring – Captain Comatose
2-05 The Rakes Retreat (Phones Mix)
Remix – Phones
2-06 Cazals Poor Innocent Boys
2-07 Panico Transpiralo
2-08 VHS Or Beta Night On Fire (Cut Copy Remix)
Remix – Cut Copy
2-09 The Presets (2) Summer Of Love
2-10 Chromeo Needy Girl (Paper Faces Mix)
Remix – Paper Faces
2-11 Soulwax E Talking (Tiga Remix)
Remix – Tiga
2-12 Fiery Furnaces* Single Again
2-13 Sons And Daughters Dance Me In (Optimo Mix)
Remix – Optimo (2)
2-14 Death From Above 1979 Romantic Rights (Erol Alkan Re-Edit)
Remix – Erol Alkan

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VVR1035562 Various Modular Presents - Leave Them All Behind(CD, Comp, Mixed + CD, Comp) V2 VVR1035562 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

January 2, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
In 20 years time this album will be seen as a landmark.

It was developed just as indie dance and electronic dance combined, which was a mean feat for the two historically divided genres.

Guitars and synthesizers are in the same band again, and it's refreshing. Bands on this album like Soulwax, DFA 1979, Bloc Party and The Kills meet producers like Tiga, Stuart Price (aka Jacques lu Cont), Erol Alkan and Paul Epworth to stunning effect, and then there's the original versions by artists as cool as The Long Blondes, Cut Copy and Fiery Furnaces.

A classic album!