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Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots

Damon AlbarnDamon Albarn
Everyday Robots
Released: 25.04.2014
Recorded: 2011–2013
Length: 46:32
Label: Parlophone, Warner Bros, XL
Producer: Damon Albarn, Richard Russell,Brian Eno (additional production)

 

 

 

 

Track listing:
All songs written and composed by Damon Albarn & Richard Russell.

1. “Everyday Robots” 3:57
2. “Hostiles” 4:09
3. “Lonely Press Play” 3:42
4. “Mr Tembo” (featuring. The Leytonstone City Mission Choir) 3:43
5. “Parakeet” 0:43
6. “The Selfish Giant” (featuring. Natasha Khan) 4:47
7. “You and Me” (featuring. Brian Eno) 7:05
8. “Hollow Ponds” 4:59
9. “Seven High” 1:00
10. “Photographs (You Are Taking Now)” 4:43
11. “The History of a Cheating Heart” 4:00
12. “Heavy Seas of Love” (featuring. Brian Eno & The Leytonstone City Mission Choir) 3:44

iTunes Special Edition Bonus Tracks
13. “Father’s Daughter’s Son” 3:39
14. “Empty Club” 3:16
Everyday Robots DVD Tracklist:
Sample credits:
“Everyday Robots” contains a sample of “Cabenza de Gasca/The Gasser”, from the 1960 album, Buckley’s Best, as written and performed by Richard Buckley.
“Mr Tembo” contains a sample of “Lions”, from the 1959 album Way Out Humour as written and performed by Richard Buckley.
“The Selfish Giant” contains a sample of “The Selfish Giant”composed by Kenny Clayton, written by Oscar Wilde and performed by Robert Morley.
“You and Me” contains a field recording of Notting Hill Carnival and the Central line train leaving Leytonstone station on the London Underground.
“Hollow Ponds” contains a sample of the Central line train leaving Leytonstone station on the London Underground and of the playground of Albarn’s old school.
“Photographs (You Are Taking Now)” contains a sample from the 1964 audio book The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead as written and performed by Timothy Leary.
“Heavy Seas of Love” contains a sample of “Cabenza de Gasca/The Gasser” as written and performed by Richard Buckley from the 1960 album, Buckley’s Best, as written and performed by Richard Buckley.

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