Trentemøller ‎– The Last Resort

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Poker Flat Recordings ‎– PFRCD18
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The Album
1-01 Take Me Into Your Skin
Bass [Distorted] – Mikael SimpsonDrums [Acoustic] – Henrik VibskovGuitar [Dreamy] – Anders Trentemøller*
7:44
1-02 Vamp
Bass – Karl Bille, Anders Trentemøller*
4:32
1-03 Evil Dub
Guitar, Bass – Arnaud Donez
6:15
1-04 Always Something Better
Celesta – Anders Trentemøller*Scratches [Solo] – Thomas 'DJ T.O.M.' Bertelsen*
6:09
1-05 While The Cold Winter Waiting
Glockenspiel, Melodica – Anders Trentemøller*
5:03
1-06 Nightwalker 4:08
1-07 Like Two Strangers
Celesta, Other [Musicbox] – Anders Trentemøller*
3:25
1-08 The Very Last Resort
Acoustic Guitar – Mikael SimpsonGuitar [Surf] – Anders Trentemøller*
8:31
1-09 Snowflake 7:32
1-10 Chameleon 6:56
1-11 Into The Trees (Serenetti Part 3)
Drums [Acoustic] – Henrik Vibskov
7:21
1-12 Moan 5:50
1-13 Miss You 4:03
The Singles
2-01 Always Something Better (Vocal Version)
Music By, Celesta – Anders Trentemøller*Vocals [Featuring], Music By, Lyrics By – Richard Davis
6:11
2-02 Moan (Vocal Version)
Music By – Anders Trentemøller*Music By, Lyrics By – Mikael SimpsonVocals [Featuring] – Ane Trolle
5:45
2-03 Physical Fraction 7:02
2-04 Polar Shift 8:27
2-05 Chameleon 7:57
2-06 Sunstroke 8:23
2-07 Always Something Better (Trentemøller Remix)
Remix – Trentemøller
7:59
2-08 Nam Nam 5:40
2-09 Killer Kat 7:06
2-10 Rykketid 5:11
2-11 Prana 6:25

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℗&©2006 Poker Flat Recordings.
Recorded in Copenhagen 2005/2006.
Acc. drums and celeste recorded in Denmarks Radio's Studio 9.
Thanks to Martin Rostbøll for lending out the DR Studio.
Jewelcase issued in a slipcase.

Track 2-03, 2-10 and 2-11 taken from Physical Fraction.
Track 2-04 and 2-05 taken from Polar Shift.
Track 2-06 taken from Sunstroke.
Track 2-07 taken from Always Something Better.
Track 2-08 and 2-09 taken from Nam Nam E.P..

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 827170113022
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): A659160-01 manufactured by optimal media production
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): A659160-02 manufactured by optimal media production
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & 2 Variant 1): ifpi L573
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2 Variant 2): ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & 2 Variant 1): IFPI 9706
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & 2 Variant 2): IFPI 9709
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC00747

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PFRCD18 Trentemøller The Last Resort(CD, Album, P/Mixed) Poker Flat Recordings PFRCD18 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
PFRLP18 Trentemøller The Last Resort(2x12", Album) Poker Flat Recordings PFRLP18 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
ALARMFCD 103 Trentemøller The Last Resort(CD, Album + CD, Single + S/Edition) Poker Flat Recordings, A:larm Music ALARMFCD 103 Denmark 2006 Sell This Version
PFRLP18 Trentemøller The Last Resort(2x12", Album, RM) Poker Flat Recordings PFRLP18 Germany 2006 Sell This Version
PFRCD18 Trentemøller The Last Resort(CDr, Album, P/Mixed, Promo + CDr, Comp, Promo) Poker Flat Recordings PFRCD18 2006 Sell This Version

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CDhunter

CDhunter

May 8, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

The Last Resort, a surprisingly accessible and wide-ranging work by minimal and tech-house phenom Anders Trentemøller, is a winter wonderland of quiet phosphorescence and pristine beats. Not that the Danish composer/producer/remixer is above contrasts, as in "Evil Dub," where he allows down-tuned and distorted guitars to run like the proverbial bull in a china shop of elegant, understated programming. But tracks like "While the Cold Winter Waiting" beg comparison to the frosty, glockenspiel-laced ambience of Iceland's múm, and the closer, "Miss You," is a hypnotic lullaby sure to receive ample acclaim. After all, Trentemøller's music is distinctly his own, and his eerie command of dynamics allows him a broad palette, exemplified by a gripping bit of turntablism that pops up in one of the album's first singles, "Always Something Better." The second disc's bonus material reveals the man the DJ community has long known: the patient architect who unobtrusively builds beats, loops, and motifs into a critical mass of refined minimalism. All this leaves little doubt that The Last Resort will earn Trentemøller converts from downtempo and electronica circles well beyond his established fan base.