UNKLE - End Titles . . . Stories For Film
NME.COM feature on UNKLE - End Titles . . . Stories For Film album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 15 July 2008
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- End Titles
- Cut Me Loose Feat Gavin Clark
- Ghosts Strings Reprise
- Kaned and Abel
- Blade in the Back Feat Gavin Clark
- Synthetic Water
- Chemical Feat Josh Homme
- Nocturnal Feat Chris Goss
- Cut Me Loose Stirngs Reprise
- Against The Grain Feat Gavin Clark
- Even Balance
- Trouble in Paradise (Variation on a Theme)
- Can't Hurt Feat Gavin Clark and Joel Cadbury
- 24 Frames
- In a Broken Dream
- Clouds Feat Black Mountain
- Black Mass
- Open Up Your Eyes Feat Abel Ferrara
- Romeo Void
- Heaven Feat Gavin Clark
- The Piano Echoes
Polished, precise and really rather pleasant
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UNKLE - End Titles . . . Stories For Film: Wikipedia Album Entry
End Titles... Stories for Film is the fourth studio album from British electronic music act Unkle, inspired by feature films created since Unkle's previous 2007 album War Stories, released on July 7, 2008. The album follows a title and a mixed soundscape, after Unkle's 2005 mix album Edit Music for a Film: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Reconstruction, but unlike that, composed entirely of original material.
It features collaborators: Josh Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age), Black Mountain, Gavin Clark, Joel Cadbury (of South), James Petralli (of White Denim), War Stories producer Chris Goss, Dave Bateman, and James Griffith of Lake Trout/Unkle’s touring band.
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