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Featuring reworkings of some of Maps' finest moments by a host of respected acts, Realigned almost feels like a greatest-hits album and remix collection in one. Arranged in chronological order, the collection gets off to a strong start with M83's version of "To the Sky" from 2007's We Can Create, which takes the sonic cathedrals of James Chapman's original to a higher -- and more literal -- level with angelic harmonies and organs that build gradually and gracefully. While it's a little more restrained than, say, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, the track's massive sweep is unmistakably M83. As Realigned unfolds, it lends additional perspectives to Maps' ever-changing balance of shoegaze and electronic elements: Eule's Balearic-tinged remix of Turning the Mind's "A.M.A." and Free School's percolating version of "Built to Last" reflect the more danceable direction Chapman's music embraced over the years. Meanwhile, Andy Stott's hard-hitting yet ethereal take on "I Heard Them Say" tempers driving beats with distant vocals and the Field's version of "You Don't Know Her Name" is a woozy electro-dream pop confection of epic proportions. Remixes by Mock & Toof, Oliver Huntemann, Paul Woolford, and others round out a collection Maps fans will be glad to have.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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1
To The Sky (M83 Remix)
00:04:18

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2
I Heard Them Say (Maps Remix)
00:05:42

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3
It Will Find You (Mock & Toof Remix)
00:06:45

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4
Built To Last (Free School Remix)
00:05:55

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5
Let Go Of The Fear (Oliver Huntemann Dub)
00:05:35

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6
I Dream Of Crystal (Steve Lawler Remix)
00:08:18

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7
Love Will Come (Paul Woolford Anti-Gravity Club Mix)
00:08:12

Maps, MainArtist

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8
Die Happy, Die Smiling (Maxime Dangles Club Mix)
00:08:57

Maps, MainArtist

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9
You Don't Know Her Name (The Field Remix)
00:05:53

Maps, MainArtist

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10
A.M.A. (Eule Remix)
00:05:05

Maps, MainArtist

2014 Mute Artists Ltd. 2014 Mute Artists Ltd.

11
Don't Fear (Fantastic Mr. Fox Remix)
00:04:00

Maps, MainArtist

2014 Mute Artists Ltd. 2014 Mute Artists Ltd.

12
I Heard Them Say (Andy Stott Remix)
00:06:02

Maps, MainArtist

2014 Mute Artists Ltd. 2014 Mute Artists Ltd.

13
Realigned (Continuous Mix)
01:02:29

Maps, MainArtist

2014 Mute Artists Ltd. 2014 Mute Artists Ltd.

Album Description

Featuring reworkings of some of Maps' finest moments by a host of respected acts, Realigned almost feels like a greatest-hits album and remix collection in one. Arranged in chronological order, the collection gets off to a strong start with M83's version of "To the Sky" from 2007's We Can Create, which takes the sonic cathedrals of James Chapman's original to a higher -- and more literal -- level with angelic harmonies and organs that build gradually and gracefully. While it's a little more restrained than, say, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, the track's massive sweep is unmistakably M83. As Realigned unfolds, it lends additional perspectives to Maps' ever-changing balance of shoegaze and electronic elements: Eule's Balearic-tinged remix of Turning the Mind's "A.M.A." and Free School's percolating version of "Built to Last" reflect the more danceable direction Chapman's music embraced over the years. Meanwhile, Andy Stott's hard-hitting yet ethereal take on "I Heard Them Say" tempers driving beats with distant vocals and the Field's version of "You Don't Know Her Name" is a woozy electro-dream pop confection of epic proportions. Remixes by Mock & Toof, Oliver Huntemann, Paul Woolford, and others round out a collection Maps fans will be glad to have.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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