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All This Bad Blood

Bastille

CD  |  Pop  |  22 Nov 2013


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2013's biggest breakout act, the South London four piece Bastille aren't only having success in the UK, but are breaking chart records around the world.

Now, as a treat for the fans (both new and old), the band are set to release "All This Bad Blood" special 2 x CD set. The new edition includes the band's UK #1 album "Bad Blood", alongside a second disc which selects cuts from the bands two mix tapes – 'Other Peoples Heartache Parts 1 and 2', and two completely new tracks recorded in the last month.

One of the standouts, ‘'Of The Night' is a mash up of Snap!'s 90's hit 'Rhythm is a Dancer' and Corona's 'The Rhythm of the Night' which first featured on the band's aforementioned February 2012 mixtape. The track has since become a live fan favourite, one of the stand out tracks the band performed while in town earlier in the year. They accompanying dark new video was shot in LA with director Dave Ma (Foals, Ghostpoet, Delphic) and stars veteran actor and fan of the band James Russo (Django Unchained, Donnie Brasco, Once Upon A Time in America).

DETAILS

Title: All This Bad Blood

Format: CD

Release Date: 22 Nov 2013

Artist: Bastille

Sku: 2259456

Catalogue No: 3760814

Category: Pop

Disc Count: 2

Transfer Format: Compact Disc

Video Format: Alternative

Primary Audio: 3760814

Language: 0602537608140

Subtitles: Universal Music

TRACKS

DISC 1

Pompeii

Things We Lost In The Fire

Bad Blood

Overjoyed

These Streets

Weight Of Living, Pt. Ii

Icarus

Oblivion

Flaws

Daniel In The Den

Laura Palmer

Get Home

DISC 2

Poet

The Silence

Haunt

Weight Of Living, Pt. I

Sleepsong

Durban Skies

Laughter Lines

DISC 3

Previously On Other People's Heartache...

Of The Night

The Draw

What Would You Do

Skulls

Tuning Out...