6 Apr 2014
Ike Yard Remixed 
Ike Yard Remixed

Desire Records has announced full details of the long-awaited Ike Yard 'Remixed' album which combines together the three 12" singles (1, 2 and 3) released over the last 18 months which featured various versions of Loss, NCR, Half A God and Cherish 8 reimagined by the likes of Regis, Monoton, Powell, KVB, Vessel and many more. All nine tracks are present and correct but are accompanied by a final three remixes exclusive to this compilation. Cherish 8 is remixed by French kraut/electronic producer Intramoros of One Switch To Collision and also by Norwegian electronic veterans Epilketrician. And to close this collection Monoton offers a club mix of NCR.

Remixed is available in a special Desire bundle including the CD, an exclusive 1-sided 12" single and 2 badges available to pre-order now with late April ahipping.

Update [7 Apr]: Stuart Argabright informs us that there is also a Japanese edition which will have a further bonus CDR with 3 Japanese remixes and an added Orphan Swords Ike Yard remix. Ike has done a collaboration with Orphan Swords that is coming out on Desire soon.

Tracklisting

1. Loss (Regis version) (new mastering)
2. NCR (Monoton dub)
3. Half a God (Tropic Of Cancer remix)
4. Half a God (Recombinant remix)
5. Cherish 8 (Arnaud Rebotini remix)
6. Half a God (Powell remix)
7. Cherish 8 (The KVB remix)
8. Cherish 8 (Vessel remix)
9. NCR (Bandshell remix)
10. Cherish 8 (Intramoros 100wassers remix)
11. Cherish 8 (Epilektrician remix)
12. NCR (Monoton club mix)

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"Manchester, 1978. In the beginning there were four: Jez Kerr (bass), Martin Moscrop (guitar/trumpet), Peter Terrel (guitar/effects) and Simon Topping (vocals/trumpet). Four thin boys with a name borrowed from a Brian Eno record, the intense, drummerless quartet initially drew influence from Wire, Eno, the Velvets and Kraftwerk, and gained a manager in Anthony Wilson of Factory Records.

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