Röyksopp's Night Out (Live EP)

Caporegime
Joined
18 Oct 2002
Posts
26,200
I have no idea what time in 2006 this EP was released, but I just grabbed it on impulse from Virgin. I don't normally go for live tracks - the only ones in my collection tend to be the ones chucked on the end of special edition albums as bonus features, but I can say I'm pretty impressed with this. True it's only 8 tracks (the last track doesn't count as its less than a minute long), but it was only £6.99, and the live versions of the songs are sufficiently different from the studio versions to make it worth it.

Tracks of note are "Remind Me", "What Else Is There?" and the different version of "Poor Leno".

Worth £6.99 of anyone's cash. I just wish I'd not been busy on every oppertunity I've had to see them.
 
Soldato
Joined
23 Oct 2002
Posts
5,720
Location
Various
Semi related; the Trentemoller remix of What else is there? is absolutely amazing. Really techy, banging, driving house track and comes thoroughly recommended :)
 
Caporegime
OP
Joined
18 Oct 2002
Posts
26,200
I've got all 3 formats of What Else Is There?

:p

My favourite is the Stuart Price 'Thin White Duke' mix. Yes it's a bit 4/4 but it's incredibly well done.
 
Soldato
Joined
23 Oct 2002
Posts
5,720
Location
Various
Stuart price is incredibly talented (and prolific!!) but his remix of what else is there did very little for me i'm afraid. I might check it out again tomorrow though.

Completely unrelated; do you like sandra collins?
 
Caporegime
OP
Joined
18 Oct 2002
Posts
26,200
After a couple more listens I've decided that "Remind Me" is the best track on the EP. The studio version of it (Someone Else's Mix) is probably my favourite Royksopp track anyway, and the live version is interestingly different.

Edit: Have a look at what you sent again ;) Must have left my address in the clipboard.

Edit edit: Ok :)
 
Back
Top Bottom