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I Thought I Was Over That

Lali Puna

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There's rarely a better time in a group's career to gather up all the loose ends than after the third album. This is the case with Lali Puna, who use two discs to compile remixes, B-sides, and other assorted parts of their back catalog. If it were condensed down to one disc, it would appeal to more than the most devout. Even so, it's commendable to present a rather thorough set like this before followers spend too much time and money obtaining all the original releases. Most of I Thought I Was Over That's highlights are on disc one, including a lovely cover of Slowdive's "40 Days" (from Morr Music's Blue Skied an' Clear tribute album), a collaboration with Bomb the Bass ("Clear Cut") that benefits from an active breakbeat, and a wonderfully lazy-traipse remix of Two Lone Swordsmen's "It's Not the Worst I've Looked." And though it would've been more appropriate to contribute a version of "Dancevision" or "The World Before Last" to the Human League tribute album Reproductions, their blippy and subdued take on "Together in Electric Dreams" easily improves upon the mawkish Philip Oakey/Giorgio Moroder original. (Tribute albums would be a lot more enjoyable if more groups took this route.) In the middle of all this is a pair of recordings from 2005: "The Failure of the Leading Sign Industry" is a mood-setting opener, and "Past Machine" is a driving Krautrock-inspired song that gets noisier as it goes along. The second disc is reserved strictly for remixes of Lali Puna tracks, offered by the likes of Boom Bip, Two Lone Swordsmen, To Roccoco Rot, Flowchart, and Dntel. Most of the batch needn't be heard twice, but there they are.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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1
The Failure Of The Leading Sign Industry
Lali Puna
00:01:27

Lali Puna, Performer - Heiss Christian, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

2
40 Days
Lali Puna
00:03:51

Lali Puna, Performer - Neil Halstead, Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

3
Clearcut (Bomb The Bass)
Bomb The Bass
00:05:23

Lali Puna, Performer - Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Simenon, Composer - Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

4
Awaiting An Accident (Lali Puna Remix)
Boom Bip
00:04:01

Boom Bip, Performer - Bryan Hollon, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

5
It´s Not The Worst I´ve Looked (Lali Puna Remix)
Two Lone Swordsmen
00:04:24

Two Lone Swordsmen, Performer - WEATHERALL, Composer - TENNISWOOD, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

6
Harrison Reverse (Compilation Edit)
Lali Puna
00:02:19

Lali Puna, Performer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

7
The Daily Match (Compilation Edit)
Lali Puna
00:04:04

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

8
(This Is) The Dream Of Evan And Chan (Lali Puna Remix)
DNTEL
00:03:41

DNTEL, Performer - Benjamin Gibbard, Writer - Jimmy Tamborello, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

9
Past Machine
Lali Puna
00:05:39

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer, Writer - Heiss Christian, Composer, Writer - Cobra, Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

10
Together In Electric Dreams (Compilation Edit)
Lali Puna
00:04:35

Lali Puna, Performer - G.Moroder, Composer, Writer - Oakey P., Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

DISC 2

1
Nin-com-pop (T.leboeg Mix (Compilation Edit))
Lali Puna
00:04:45

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

2
Micronomic (Boom Bip Remix (Compilation Edit))
Lali Puna
00:04:18

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

3
Faking The Books (Dntel Rmx)
Lali Puna
00:03:33

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

4
Grin & Bear (To Rococo Rot Rmx)
Lali Puna
00:04:43

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

5
Alienation (Alias Remix (Compilation Edit))
Lali Puna
00:04:31

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

6
Left Handed Dub
Lali Puna
00:04:34

Lali Puna, Performer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

7
Fast Forward (Flowchart Rmx (Compilation Edit))
Lali Puna
00:06:20

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

8
Small Things (Sixtoo Rmx)
Lali Puna
00:03:42

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

9
Nin-com-pop (2ls Mix (Compilation Edit))
Lali Puna
00:03:23

Lali Puna, Performer - Valerie Trebeljahr, Composer, Writer - Markus Acher, Composer

2005 Morr Music 2005 Morr Music

Album Description

There's rarely a better time in a group's career to gather up all the loose ends than after the third album. This is the case with Lali Puna, who use two discs to compile remixes, B-sides, and other assorted parts of their back catalog. If it were condensed down to one disc, it would appeal to more than the most devout. Even so, it's commendable to present a rather thorough set like this before followers spend too much time and money obtaining all the original releases. Most of I Thought I Was Over That's highlights are on disc one, including a lovely cover of Slowdive's "40 Days" (from Morr Music's Blue Skied an' Clear tribute album), a collaboration with Bomb the Bass ("Clear Cut") that benefits from an active breakbeat, and a wonderfully lazy-traipse remix of Two Lone Swordsmen's "It's Not the Worst I've Looked." And though it would've been more appropriate to contribute a version of "Dancevision" or "The World Before Last" to the Human League tribute album Reproductions, their blippy and subdued take on "Together in Electric Dreams" easily improves upon the mawkish Philip Oakey/Giorgio Moroder original. (Tribute albums would be a lot more enjoyable if more groups took this route.) In the middle of all this is a pair of recordings from 2005: "The Failure of the Leading Sign Industry" is a mood-setting opener, and "Past Machine" is a driving Krautrock-inspired song that gets noisier as it goes along. The second disc is reserved strictly for remixes of Lali Puna tracks, offered by the likes of Boom Bip, Two Lone Swordsmen, To Roccoco Rot, Flowchart, and Dntel. Most of the batch needn't be heard twice, but there they are.
© Andy Kellman /TiVo

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