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Blonde Redhead Curates Album Featuring: John Maus, Deerhunter, Interpol and More

We Are The Works in Progress Out January 10

Nov 30, 2011 Bookmark and Share


Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino has been hard at work, collecting rare and unreleased tracks from admired musicians. The resulting compilation, titled We Are the Works in Progress will be released January 10 to benefit the ongoing efforts to rebuild Japan post-tsunami. Check out the tracklist, including Deerhunter, John Maus, Karin Andersson (Fever Ray/The Knife) Blonde Readhead, Interpol and more below.

Tracklist:

1. MOMA - FOUR TET exclusive

2. NO FACE - KARIN ANDERSSON Fever Ray/The Knife, exclusive

3. G SONG - TERRY RILEY exclusive reworking of a song from the 70s by Terry himself, including new vocals

4. NIGHTCRAWLER - NOSAJ THING exclusive

5. BERCEUSE - JOHN ROBERTS exclusive

6. PENNY SPARKLE - BLONDE REDHEAD Drew Brown exclusive remix of album track

7. BIRD ON A WIRE - PANTHA DU PRINCE exclusive

8. IN HERE THE WORLD BEGINS - BROADCAST re-release of a tour vinyl-only track

9. DRIP - LIARS/BLONDE REDHEAD previously released track remixed by Blonde Redhead

10. CURVE - DEERHUNTER exclusive

11. STALAGMITE - STALACTITE Susumu Mukai of Zongamin + Drew Brown, exclusive

12. CASTLES IN THE GRAVE - JOHN MAUS exclusive

13. BAMBOO HOUSE - DAVID SYLVIAN/RYUICHI SAKAMOTO previously released

14. SONG SEVEN - INTERPOL previously released b-side

(www.blonde-redhead.com)



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Brett
December 1st 2011
1:31am

I like the thought and these are great artist, but why are these always for other countries? Japan has problems but our states have had disasters too. Maybe not as wide spread but towns on the gulf coast, Joplin, and Tuscaloosa could use help too. I do think what they are doing is great though.