18 Nov 2009
LTM and The Other Two... & you 
LTM has announced full details of its reissues of the two albums released by The Other Two, the band formed by Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert of New Order in the Nineties.

The Other Two & You and Super Highways are both remastered with extra tracks, new artwork and detailed sleevenotes.

Both albums are released on 25 January 2010 and are available from usual stockists and LTM Mail Order.


LTMCD 2551 The Other Two & You

Tasty Fish [3.47]
The Greatest Thing [3.39]
Selfish [4.09]
Movin' On [4.44]
Ninth Configuration [4.19]
Feel This Love [4.26]
Spirit Level [3.51]
Night Voice [2.05]
Innocence [5.46]
Loved It (The Other Track) [4.46]
Tasty Fish (Pascal Mix 12") 5.20
Selfish (That Pop Mix) 5.28
The Greatest Thing (Pascal Mix) 3.30
Movin' On (Moby Mix) 5.50
Tasty Fish (Almond Slice Mix) 4.35
Selfish (Junior Style Dub) 9.02

LTMCD 2553 Super Highways

You Can Fly [4.55]
Super Highways [5.05]
The River [4.17]
One Last Kiss [5.05]
Voytek [4.57]
Unwanted [4.26]
New Horizons [4.07]
Cold Feet [4.34]
The Grave [6.49]
Hello [3.49]
Ripple [3.50]
Weird Woman [4.22]
Super Highways (Votel Mix) [5.40]
You Can Fly (Cevin Fisher) [8.53]
Tasty Fish (K-Klass Mix) [6.48]

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