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UNKLE
UNKLE


Background information
Origin London, England
Genre(s) Trip Hop
Downtempo
Electronica
Trip Rock
Years active 1994—present
Label(s) Mo' Wax Records
Associated acts Radiohead
Thom Yorke
Oasis
Richard Ashcroft
The Verve
Lupe Fiasco
Queens of the Stone Age
Ian Brown
The Stone Roses
Massive Attack
Beastie Boys
Badly Drawn Boy
Mike D
The Duke Spirit
Autolux
Gavin Clark
Robert Del Naja
Ian Astbury
Alice Temple
Kool G Rap
Website Website
Members
James Lavelle
Pablo Clements
Former members
DJ Shadow
Toshio Nakanishi
Masayuki Kudo
Tim Goldsworthy
Richard File



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UNKLE Announce New Album Details, One-Off UK Gig

February 16, 2010
UNKLE Announce New Album Details, One-Off UK GigUNKLE have announced details of their fourth studio album, 'Where Did The Night Fall'.

Released on May 10, the record features guest appearances from former Queens of the Stone Age member Mark Lanegan and San Francisco's Sleepy Sun.

A song from the album, entitled 'Natural Selection', which features The Black Angels, is available to download now via UNKLE's official website.

Meanwhile, UNKLE have also announced three select tour dates in Russia and the UK this spring.

They will play Moscow on May 21, St. Petersburg on May 22 and Koko in London on May 25.

The tracklisting for 'Where Did The Night Fall' is:

  1. Nowhere
  2. Follow Me Down (feat Sleepy Sun)
  3. Natural Selection (feat The Black Angels)
  4. Joy Factory (feat Autolux)
  5. The Answer (feat Big In Japan (Baltimore))
  6. On A Wire (feat ELLE J)
  7. Falling Stars (feat Gavin Clark)
  8. Heavy Drug
  9. Caged Bird (feat Katrina Ford)
  10. Ablivion
  11. The Runaway (feat ELLE J)
  12. Ever Rest (feat Joel Cadbury)
  13. The Healing (feat Gavin Clark)
  14. Another Night Out (feat Mark Lanegan)

(by Jason Gregory)



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Oscar @ Music World
Oscar   [23 August 2014, 16:14:47]
To be honest, I don't think I coeumsnd as much new music as I would have liked last year. I was a big fan of Rag and Bone on The White Stripes' newest album. I also think that Radiohead deserves some recognition for their online album release with its variable price point.
 
Maximiliano @ Music World
Maximiliano   [23 August 2014, 07:57:08]
Variable price point AND missing trakcs from the fixed-price retail release. Still, it's worth some brownie points as an experiment. However I will subtract many of said points for having a particularly ugly website to download the album from Also I'm nominating Amazon from Online Music Store of the Year because they don't have fucking DRM. Not that I, you, or anyone else buys music which leads me to The Lifetime Achievement Award which goes, posthumously, to Oink's Pink Palace.
 
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