Trentemoller - The Last Resort (3LP)
Format: gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code
Release Date: 8th June 2018
Genre: Minimal/Tech House
2018 Reissue, 3LP , Gatefold, Complete Tracklisting 1st Time on Vinyl! Special vinyl re-issue of Trentemøller’s groundbreaking debut album. Includes all of the 13 songs on vinyl for the first time. Triple-vinyl in gatefold sleeve.
Tracklist: A1. Take Me Into Your Skin A2. Vamp B1. Evil Dub B2. Always Something Better C1. While the Cold Winter Waiting C2. Nightwalker D1. Like Two Strangers D2. The Very Last Resort E1. Snowflake E2. Chameleon F1. Into The Trees (Serenetti Part 3) F2. Moan F3. Miss You
Special vinyl re-issue of Trentemøller’s groundbreaking debut album. Includes all of the 13 songs on vinyl for the first time. Triple-vinyl in gatefold sleeve. Trentemøller’s debut album remains one of the few genre-defining and groundbreaking albums in many regards. It’s still being praised for its composition and sounddesign alike and sounds as fresh and breathtaking today as it did when it was originally released in 2006. The Last Resort - a beautifully crafted, astonishing masterpiece, that will leave you breathless. The 13 instrumental tracks together form a wordless musical story, almost like the soundtrack of a movie. It manages to capture a whole range of emotions in subtle melodic miniatures, dreamy ambiences, dusty beats, deep dub-tracks and driving groove-excursions. An ever-changing kaleidoscope of colours and moods. Although it’s an electronic album, it also incorporates live-drums, guitars, bass and other acoustic instruments like celesta, glockenspiel, melodica and even DJ scratching to create a more organic feel. The album received fantastic acclaim from both music fans and journalists around the world and made it into the top-lists of the month, the year, the decade - alongside an array of awards for best production or best album. Back in 2006, the original pressing only included a selection of songs from the original 13-track album release. It missed out on songs which had been released on singles or didn’t “fit” on the