Sunday, October 14

Songs that go bump in the night...



The 3rd installment of our limited edition re-edit CDs have just been pressed up and are ready for action on the Five20East online shop (a few copies will also be available in Piccadilly Records Manchester by the end of this week). As usual, only 100 individually numbered copies available. We've gone on a Halloween inspired mission to re-arrange some of our favourite goulish-themed songs and the result is 5 tracked-up slow burners that show get any Halloween parties a-rocking. You'll find some 192 goodness at the links below, but pick up a copy of the CD for full quality audio ;)

Also our electronic friends DST have also got some edit-y goodness just out - a souped up old school drum machine reworking of the Japan classic "Ghosts". Check it out too.

PS if you're saving the cash but still want get get hold of these releases, head over to the Yer Mam! blog or Scottish underground radio station Radio Magnetic as both are running competitions to win free copies this week. Good Luck!

Alessi Brothers / Savin' The Day (The Revenge Rework)

The Specials / Ghost Town (The Revenge Increase The Peace Mix)

The Revenge / Frontin' On Our Own

OOFT Music / In Search Of Ecto 1

Michael Jackson / Thriller (OOFT Music Edit)

Deportivo Street Team - Spooked

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Alessi Bros edit is a winner. As is the OOft music re rub of thriller. Played em both in the pub on Friday

Chris said...

Who is the original artist of track 3? I just got this CD and I've had this track on repeat for the last hour!

The Revenge said...

It's Bobby Brown's "On Our Own" from the Ghostbusters 2 soundtrack with Pharell over the top. It came to me in a nightmare (but it seems to work).

Chris said...

Thanks, it's fantastic. I'll seek out the original as well...

viagra online said...

Indeed it is a fantastic compilation of songs and versions, I think track three(Beastie) is form Jethro Tull, well if the one that I have its the one you posted about.

Sildenafil said...

I'm sad because here in the article says just few copies will be available, I think it will be so hard for me acquiring it because I live so far from Manchester.