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Sacrilege (album)

Sacrilege
Remix album by Can
Released 1997
Genre Krautrock
Label Spoon Records
Producer Can
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Sacrilege is a double remix album by the band Can, released in 1997. It features remixes of many of the band's best-known songs from the 1960s and 70s, remixed by contemporary recording artists.

Track listing

  1. "PNOOM" (Moon Up mix) by Brian Eno – 0:56
  2. "Spoon" (Sonic Youth mix) – 6:08
  3. "Blue Bag (Inside Paper)" (Toroid mix) by François Kevorkian & Rob Rives – 6:54
  4. "Tango Whiskyman" (A Guy Called Gerald mix) – 5:12
  5. "TV Spot" (Bruce Gilbert mix) – 3:52
  6. "Vitamin C" (U.N.K.L.E. mix) – 8:20
  7. "Halleluhwah" (Halleluwa Orbus 2) – 9:20
  8. "Oh Yeah" (Sunroof mix) – 8:56
  9. "Unfinished" (Hiller/Kaiser/Leda mix) – 6:01
  10. "Future Days" (Blade Runner mix) by Carl Craig – 6:08
  11. "...And More" (Westbam mix) – 6:41
  12. "Father Cannot Yell" (Pete Shelley/Black Radio mix) – 8:28
  13. "Dizzy Spoon" (System 7 mix) – 6:45
  14. "Yoo Doo Right" (3P mix) – 4:13
  15. "Flow Motion" (Air Liquide mix) – 6:15
  16. "Oh Yeah" (Secret Knowledge mix) – 9:01

References

  1. ^ Sacrilege (album) at AllMusic
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