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Again and Again Remixed


Download links and information about Again and Again Remixed by Thieves Like Us. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 52:13 minutes.

Artist: Thieves Like Us
Release date: 2010
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 52:13
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No. Title Length
1. The Walk (Dance Mix) 5:58
2. Forget Me Not (Minitel Rose Remix) 5:16
3. One Night With You (Nite Jewel Remix) 4:01
4. Purple Stuff (Thieves Like Us Jack Body Version) (featuring Hounds Of Hate) 4:28
5. Never Known Love (Kamp! Remix) 4:03
6. Shyness (Sundance Remix) 4:28
7. One Night With You (Dance Mix) 6:02
8. Forget Me Not (Cécile's Small Town Girl Remix) 4:29
9. Wild Birds (Thieves Like Us Remix) (featuring Minitel Rose) 4:55
10. Shyness (Rikslyd Tarzan Remix) 3:54
11. One Night With You (Retraite Remix) 4:39



This is the second album from Thieves Like Us, a trio consisting of two expatriate Swedes and one expatriate American who met at a picnic in East Berlin and have never been able to settle down permanently in one place since. That fact might lead you to expect music with an unsettled feel and a wide variety of influences, but if anything, it suffers at times from a certain sameness of texture and flatness of affect. That's not to say that the music isn't attractive and even heartfelt — just that there's an almost poker-faced feeling to many of the songs, and it sometimes creates a curious counterpoint to the old-school electro bounce on which they all tend to be built. Take, for example, the sprightly but strangely cool "Never Known Love" or the slow and virtually non-melodic "Mercy." On the other hand, "The Walk" gives the proceedings a lift with synthesized harp glissandi and a gentle ska backbeat, and "Lover Lover" brings in an always welcome touch of cowbell. The album is packaged with a bonus disc of remixes, many of which emphasize the band's debt to 1980s synth pop ("Hounds of Hate's Purple Stuff" and "Forget Me Not [Cécile's Small Town Girl Mix]" both evoke New Order very explicitly) and some of which bring elements of reggae and dub to the proceedings. All in all it's a very enjoyable album, if at times a rather strange one.