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Nothing Left To Lose Remixes
Nothing Left To Lose Remixes (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: EBTG 16V. Rel: 11 May 23
 
Deep House
Nothing Left To Lose (Four Tet remix) (4:33)
Nothing Left To Lose (extended club mix) (6:35)
Nothing Left To Lose (Four Tet instrumental) (4:33)
Nothing Left To Lose (extended club dub) (6:35)
Review: Legendary UK indie hopefuls turned leftfield dance-pop institution Everything But the Girl aka Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn have got their first album in over 20 years dropping around about now. Before that though they have commissioned some superb remixes of the lead single. One is from Four Tet, whom they say they have always loved for the "meditative but propulsive thing in his music. The restraint mixed with momentum." He pulls off that trick again here with a fine remix, and he also supplies an instrumental, then comes extended club and dub mixes of the original from Ben Watt and Bruno Ellingham.
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 in stock $19.38
Fuse
Fuse (CD)
Cat: EBTG 015CD. Rel: 20 Apr 23
 
Indie/Alternative
Nothing Left To Lose
Run A Red Light
Caution To The Wind
When You Mess Up
Time & Time Again
No One Knows We're Dancing
Lost
Forever
Interior Space
Karaoke
Review: Astonishingly, almost 14 years have passed since the release of Everything But The Girl's previous - and many assumed final - album, 'Temperamental'. Since then, husband-and-wife team Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn have delivered plenty of solo music rooted in deep house, nu-disco and contemporary synth-pop, and it is those sounds - along with nods to their acoustic past - that dominate Fuse, their surprise new album. While the set undoubtedly feels fresh and contemporary, the key ingredients that made their music so alluring - not least Thorn's distinctive, world-weary lead vocals and introspective lyrics - remain front and centre. The results are uniformly impressive, with highlights including the slow-motion, piano-laden r&b-pop of 'Run a Red Light', the sub-heavy, garage-influenced brilliance of 'Nothing Left To Lose' and the glossy IDM-pop shimmer of 'No One Knows We're Dancing'.
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 in stock $10.36
Fuse
Fuse (CD + Blu-ray)
Cat: EBTG 015CDX. Rel: 20 Apr 23
 
Indie/Alternative
Nothing Left To Lose
Run A Red Light
Caution To The Wind
When You Mess Up
Time & Time Again
No One Knows We're Dancing
Lost
Forever
Interior Space
Karaoke
Fuse (Blu-Ray)
 in stock $15.22
Fuse (half speed mastered)
Fuse (half speed mastered) (180 gram vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: EBTG 015V. Rel: 20 Apr 23
 
Indie/Alternative
Nothing Left To Lose (3:44)
Run A Red Light (3:36)
Caution To The Wind (4:05)
When You Mess Up (3:42)
Time & Time Again (2:50)
No One Knows We're Dancing (4:09)
Lost (3:24)
Forever (3:42)
Interior Space (2:20)
Karaoke (3:53)
Review: Everything But The Girl have transposed themselves from fragile indie pioneers to cross-fertilising their unique songwriting with drum & bass and house in the 90s, with the likes of 'Walking Wounded' becoming unexpected dancefloor anthems. True experimenters, the duo of Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt now continue to tap into today's zeitgeist - making their comeback in 2023, and arriving without prior announcement, this time they turned their tender production choices to styles such as future house and UK garage. Echoes of Bicep and Overmono teem on this record, as heartfelt retellings of personal strife and brushes with death make up its lyrical subjects.
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 in stock $20.97
Eden (half speed remastered)
Eden (half speed remastered) (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: EBTG 001V. Rel: 17 Sep 21
 
Indie/Alternative
Each & Every One (2:48)
Bittersweet (2:50)
Tender Blue (3:05)
Another Bridge (2:13)
The Spice Of Life (3:30)
The Dustbowl (1:39)
Crabwalk (3:23)
Even So (2:31)
Frost & Fire (3:06)
Fascination (3:20)
I Must Confess (3:10)
Soft Touch (2:00)
Review: Back in 1984 music bible NME ranked Eden 20th best album of that year. Skip forward nearly 40 more and it has lost none of its unique charm and intoxicating sense of personality, bringing in an array of elements that weren't par for the course in those days and largely still aren't.

Everything But the Girl's first album, it arrived four years before 1988's groundbreaking Idlewild - by which time their acoustic instrumentation fully shared the space with dance synthesisation - and was considered part of a long-since almost-forgotten sub-canon, sophisti-pop. Bringing elements of jazz, bossa nova, and jangly indie together, it also aimed a sucker punch at the eyes of critics with lead single 'Each & Every One', in which Tracey Thorn focuses anger from being frequently ignored and patronised for being female into a volley of poetic, deceptively laidback lyrical fury.
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Temperamental (half speed remastered)
Cat: EBTG 011V. Rel: 06 May 20
 
Drum & Bass / Jungle
Five Fathoms (6:23)
Low Tide Of The Night (4:43)
Blame (6:16)
Hatfield 1980 (5:09)
Temperamental (5:17)
Compression (7:10)
Downhill Racer (3:50)
Lullaby Of Clubland (5:29)
No Difference (4:24)
The Future Of The Future (7:55)
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Amplified Heart (25th Anniversary Edition) (half-speed remastered)
Cat: EBTG 009V. Rel: 02 Jul 19
 
Indie/Alternative
Rollercoaster (3:14)
Troubled Mind (3:30)
I Don't Understand Anything (4:24)
Walking To You (3:30)
Get Me (3:32)
Missing (4:03)
Two Star (4:04)
We Walk The Same Line (3:59)
25th December (4:16)
Disenchanted (2:03)
Review: By the time they released "Amplified Heart" in 1994, Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn had spent a decade churning out admired but relatively commercially unsuccessful "lite-jazz" albums. Then, on the back of a string of on-point club remixes (Todd Terry's chart-topping version of "Missing" included), the set surprisingly became a runaway success. To celebrate the album's 25th birthday, "Amplified Heart" has been given the audiophile reissue treatment. It suits the album's gently breezy, emotion-rich feel, with Thorn's evocative, lovelorn vocals perfectly matching Watt's sunset-friendly blend of acoustic guitars, soft-touch double bass, trip-hop style beats and Balearic-minded electronics. It remains one of the duo's greatest albums and should be in every discerning listener's collection.
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 in stock $20.70
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