Ratatat - Ratatat Remixes Mixtape Volume 1
NME.COM feature on Ratatat - Ratatat Remixes Mixtape Volume 1 album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 November 2003
Sticking to the same formula can make you pretty good at it
The fact that Ratatat’s ‘LP3’ has been followed in turn by ‘LP4’ gives away their guiding principle: ‘Make the same album. Make it better.’ There are no ‘feat. Gucci Mane’ rebrandings here. In one sense ‘LP4’ is interchangeable with the rest of their output: tasteful, downbeat, wordless world music-flecked indietronica that hasn’t fallen too far from the...
- Jun 4, 2010
Tracklisting click track to read more
- When You Hear That (feat. Dirt McGirt)
- Smith Bros.
- Get Em High
- Stunt 101
- Fix Up
- PLO Style (feat. Buddha Monk)
- Cutting It Up (feat. Ghostface Killah)
- Dirty Ryders
- Wake Up
- Run (feat. Jadakiss)
Brooklyn duo will play a series of dates in November and December
Brooklyn duo will give away a digital copy of 'LP4' to everyone who buys a ticket
Brooklyn duo will release LP4 on June 7
Ratatat - Ratatat Remixes Mixtape Volume 1: Wikipedia Album Entry
Ratatat Remixes Vol. 1 is a self-released remix album by the Brooklyn indie electronic rock duo Ratatat. It includes performances from hip-hop artists Missy Elliott, Kanye West, Raekwon and Ghostface. In an interview with Glide Magazine, Ratatat member Mike Stroud acknowledged both the marked departure from their instrumental first album Ratatat and perceived dichotomous nature of their sound by saying “Especially with remixes, we approach it a bit differently than our other music. It’s something we originally did for fun, that’s now part of what we are.”
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