Saturday, 30 March 2013

Weekend Candies: 30 Of March, 2013

Another week with great music has passed and there are few tracks that I liked this past week. What we've got is two songs from great albums from the 90's: So Young from Suede's debut album, which celebrates Suede's 20 years anniversary and This Is Hardcore From Pulp's This Is Hardcore album, which  celebrates 15 years anniversary. I also listed J Masics and Sharon Van-Etten cover version to John Denver's Prisoners. Three songs are from albums that were released last week by Depeche Mode, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Strokes. The list includes few other songs by M83 and Susanne Sundfor, Sigur Ros, Tricky and Francesca Belmonte, Dark Dark Dark, Mikal Cronin, Salt Cathedral, Charity Children, Rogue Wave, Active Child and Float Fall. So start now, tell me which you liked most in the comments below

Suede - So Young Taken From Suede, 1993

Twenty Years Anniversary
Sigur Ros - Brennisteinn Taken From Forthcoming Kveikur, 2013
M83 And Susanne Sundfor - Oblivion Taken From Forthcoming Oblivion OST, 2013
Active Child - Evening Ceremony Taken From Forthcoming The Host OST, 2013
Tricky And Francesca Belmonte - Does It Taken From Forthcoming False Idols, 2013
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Lose Yourself Taken From Specter At The Feast, 2013
Mikal Cronin - Weight Taken From Forthcoming MCII, 2013
 J. Masics And Sharon Van-Etten - Prisoners (John Denver Cover) Taken From Forthcoming The Music Is You: A Tribute To John Denver, 2013 
Dark Dark Dark - What I Needed Special Version For Records Day

 The Strokes - Welcome To Japan Taken From Comedown Machine, 2013
Depeche Mode - My Little Universe Taken From Delta Machine, 2013
Charity Children - Elizabeth, Released as a single 2013
Float Fall - Someday, Released as a single, 2013
Salt Cathedral - Take Me To The Sea, Released as a single, 2013
Rogue Wave - College Taken From Forthcoming Nightingale Floors, 2013.
Pulp - This Is Hardcore Taken From This Is Hardcore, 1998
Fifteen Years Anniversary

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