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Yo La Tengo - Here To Fall - De La Soul - RJD2 - Pete Rock - Indie Rock Hip Hop 12 EP
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Yo La Tengo – Here To Fall Remixes


Label: Matador – OLE 929-1
Format: Vinyl, 12"

Country: USA & Canada
Released: 08 Jun 2010
Genre: Rock

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Tracklist

A1 Here To Fall (Album Version)
Recorded By [Assistant] – Jim Rock
Producer – Roger Moutenot

Mixed By [Assistant] – Mark Petaccia 5:45
A2 Here To Fall (De La Soul Remix)
Remix – Vincent Mason, King Seppi 3:58


B1 Here To Fall (RJD2 Remix)
Remix – RJD2 5:33

B2 Here To Fall (Pete Rock Remix)
Mixed By – Pete Rock
Producer – Pete Rock
Engineer – Pete Rock 6:11

Credits
Written-By – Yo La Tengo


Last year’s ‘Popular Songs’ from Yo La Tengo had one of my favorite openings of the year. ‘Here to Fall’ starts out slow and weird, but as the song begins to add bass, drums, guitar, synthesizer, strings, and vocals it climaxes into a towering indie rock number from one of the most distinguished groups representing the genre. For their first foray into the oversaturated remix E.P. arena, the band picks some of the grooviest producers around to tweak their track.

De La Soul keep things sweet and simple on their laid back mix, and Pete Rock puts some hip-hop funk into the mix on his. But RJD2 gets the nod for best remix with his jam that makes Yo La Tengo feel right at home in your favorite underground jazz club. Ira Kaplan’s vocals sound perfect over the Hammond organ, slick guitar riffs, and funky baseline. The new drum track is the real clincher that somehow converted a song by Yo La Tengo into my new favorite disco ballad.


Yo La Tengo - Here To Fall

great stuff! from one of americas finest indie bands!


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 December, 2011.

 
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