Moonlife | Dancing in the Sea of Tranquility

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Dancing in the Sea of Tranquility

by Moonlife

Dance, techno, electro, and synthpop remixed versions of songs taken from Moonlife's first three albums. Contains mixes previously only available to DJ's, plus a bonus cover of a classic Green Day tune.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. Angel (Cusimo & Co. 7 Remix)
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2. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
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3. Over You (Euro House Mix)
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4. I Didn't Know What I Had (Arpeggiator Soup Remix)
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5. Failing (Hypnotic 12 Remix)
5:01 $0.99
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6. The Lovehaters (Deeper Glezpik Remix)
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7. I Heard You (On the Telephone) (Original Extended Mix)
5:05 $0.99
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8. Sail Away (Pirate's Anthem Club Mix)
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9. Swan Song (Kiss the Curtain) (Professor Bang Remix)
5:22 $0.99
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10. Satellite (Orient Express Mix)
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11. You Take It Away (Citation Obsolete Remix)
5:03 $0.99
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12. Angel (Cusimo & Co. 12 Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Moonlife has never denied the influence that New Wave had on them. Not just musically influencing their catchy compositions and promoting a love of all things synthesized, but also in the new wave culture of remixes and b-sides. Remember when remixes and b-sides were actually worth collecting?

Any fan of Depeche Mode, or Frankie Goes To Hollywood, or Adam & The Ants understands. New Wave wasn't just about great albums, but also about making singles worthwhile again, about finding that hidden gem on the b-side, or that rare remix that only appeared on a limited edition 12" single. And dare we mention the Holy Grail of remixes... Razormaid?

It's this influence that provided Moonlife fans with extra b-sides and remixes even before Moonlife released their first full length album.

Radio and club DJ's were always on the band's mind and a number of limited DJ-only mixes were made available for club and radio airplay.

Some of these were collected and released on the vinyl-only "Remix LP", but most, including the latest and most recent, are exclusive to this collection.

Dancing On The Sea Of Tranquility features a collection of 11 remixes plus Moonlife's version of a classic Green Day song.

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