Stones Throw Podcast 59: new music & remixes from James Pants.
- April 25, 2010
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STONES THROW PODCAST 59: NEW PANTS
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James Pants is all over the place, with the recent vaguely satanic electro album Seven Seals, a Mayer Hawthorne cover song, last year's library music collection (All the Hits), an upcoming Tropical EP.
He makes sense of it all in this mix, a 31-minute collection of his own new work, original songs and remixes. New Pants: produced & mixed by James Pants.
01. Drug Rooom
02. Three-6 Mafia - Stay Fly (JP Remix)
03. Clouds Over The Pacific
04. Too Much Time
05. The Eyes of The Lord
06. She Out Of My Life (dub)
07. Strange Girl
08. This Crazy Sound
09. Not Me
10. Prologue To a Ritual
12. Radio Love Me
13. A Special Kiss
14. Space Date
Seven Seals new album
Welcome last album
James Pants all the rest
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