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The Qemists - Lost Weekend feat. Mike Patton

the Qemists Lost Weekend
The Qemists - Lost Weekend feat. Mike Patton
(single) Ninja Tune, 2008-10-13

Tracklisting :
01. Lost Weekend (Radio Edit) 3:43
02. Lost Weekend (The Qemists Got Your Money Remix) feat. Mike Patton 5:13 | Go Download MP3
03. Lost Weekend (Hot Pink Delorean Remix) feat. Mike Patton 6:08
04. Lost Weekend (Killer On The Dancefloor) feat. Mike Patton 5:13
05. Lost Weekend feat. Mike Patton 4:35

Links :
Download MP3 : Lost Weekend feat. Mike Patton (The Qemists Got Your Money Remix)

Press Release :
If crossing genres between rock music and club music was the only task The Qemists had ever set themselves, their work would be done with their new single. When living legend Mike Patton heard "Lost Weekend" he offered his considerable talents on the spot. And not since the days of Faith No More has he delivered such a raw, unadulterated piece of rock vocallry.

But The Qemists do much more than just join the dots between two genres. The style of "Lost Weekend" accelerates from electro-breaks to break-neck drum & bass, all accompanied by ultra-heavy guitar and Patton's furious vocal. This is possibly the ultimate example of the trio's trademark sound.

On the flip of the single The Qemists have gone back to their DnB DJ roots with a VIP mix entitled the "Got Your Money Remix"; a hard and fast roller of a track guaranteed to please even the most avid raver, and turn heads back to the dancefloors.

Delivering the kind of adrenalin rush which the best of drum & bass and rock music always share in common, "Lost Weekend" is an instant classic.


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