DJ Shadow to release 'Reconstructed: The Best Of DJ Shadow' in September

Dance producer will release a series of special editions as well as a 16-track compilation

DJ Shadow to release 'Reconstructed: The Best Of DJ Shadow' in September

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DJ Shadow has announced that he will be releasing a compilation entitled 'Reconstructed: The Best Of DJ Shadow' in September.

The dance producer, who has released five studio albums during his 23-year long career, will put out the 16-track compilation on September 3.

Among the tracks included are the singles 'High Noon', 'Stem', 'Lonely Soul' (his collaboration with The Verve's Richard Ashcroft) and 'Blood On The Motorway'.

As well as this, the compilation will also include two previously unreleased tracks, 'Listen' and 'Won't You Be'.

The compilation will also be released as a limited-edition boxset, 'Reconstructed: The Complete DJ Shadow'. Limited to 500 copies worldwide, each set will be individually signed by DJ Shadow and will include eight discs, a 12-inch vinyl record, a booklet featuring an essay by acclaimed music writer Dave Tompkins and numerous photos.

The tracklisting for 'Reconstructed: The Best Of DJ Shadow' is as follows:

'Midnight In A Perfect World'
'High Noon'
'I've Been Trying'
'This Time (I'm Gonna Try It My Way)'
'You Can't Go Home Again'
'Scale It Back (Featuring Little Dragon)'
'Listen (Featuring Terry Reid)'
'Six Days'
'Won’t You Be'
'Organ Donor'
'Lonely Soul' (Featuring Richard Ashcroft)
'Blood On The Motorway'
'You Made It' (Featuring Chris James)
'Dark Days' (Main Theme)

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