Tracey Thorn on the digital-only Opposites EP:
"If the remixes for the last single 'Why Does The Wind?' were aimed at the dancefloor, these are perhaps aimed more at the head." says Tracey. "People often only remember the dance remixes I have been involved with, and forget the great futuristic re-works of my voice over the years by people like Photek, Omni Trio and Howie B. If my versions of my songs are often plain and direct, these mixes add question marks and blind alleys, and I like that. It adds a different colour and makes them closer to my work with Massive Attack perhaps."
While the breathtaking Love and Its Opposite was heralded for its unadorned and direct honesty, the remixes are deliberately oblique reinterpretations that throw a new sidelight on three of the album's key tracks.
|Track/Song Title||Duration||Price||MP3 Track|
|Play||Swimming (Visionquest Remix)||09:14||$0.99||Buy|
|Play||Swimming (Album Version)||04:19||$0.99||Buy|
|Play||Kentish Town (Walls Remix)||05:27||$0.99||Buy|
|Play||Kentish Town (Album Version)||03:30||$0.99||Buy|
|Play||Late in the Afternoon (Blue Daisy Remix)||05:19||$0.99||Buy|
|Play||Late in the Afternoon (Album Version)||03:21||$0.99||Buy|
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