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Late Night Tales: Snow Patrol


Download links and information about Late Night Tales: Snow Patrol by Snow Patrol. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 02:32:00 minutes.

Artist: Snow Patrol
Release date: 2009
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 20
Duration: 02:32:00
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No. Title Length
1. Observatory Crest (featuring Captain Beefheart) 3:36
2. Midnight (featuring A Tribe Called Quest) 7:03
3. Dark Lady (featuring Dj Food) 4:05
4. I Walk the Earth (featuring King Biscuit Time) 5:52
5. Canal Song (End of Sentence) (featuring Iain Archer) 4:28
6. Ordinary Joe (featuring Terry Callier) 4:15
7. It's All Gone Quiet (featuring The Week That Was) 3:24
8. Last Train (featuring Allen Toussaint) 2:58
9. Fancy (featuring Bobbie Gentry) 4:15
10. That's Us / Wild Combination (featuring Arthur Russell) 7:11
11. Eanie Meany (featuring Jim Noir) 2:44
12. Half Asleep (featuring School Of Seven Bells) 4:20
13. Family Tree (featuring Tv On The Radio) 5:33
14. Hold On (featuring Holy Ghost!) 2:22
15. Download (featuring Super Furry Animals) 3:16
16. New Sensation 3:34
17. Next Train (featuring Miracle Fortress) 4:16
18. Sweet Little Mystery (featuring John Martyn) 7:06
19. The Happy Detective, Pt. 2 (featuring Will Self) 2:06
20. Snow Patrol Late Night Tales (Continuous Mix) 1:09:36



Snow Patrol's pop anthems don't lend themselves well to late-night clubbing, but the band's installment of LateNightTales is surprisingly moody, stylish, and fairly danceable. Produced by frontman Gary Lightbody and keyboardist Tom Simpson, the disc weaves a narrative out of 19 tracks, finding the links that exist between Captain Beefheart, A Tribe Called Quest, and Allen Toussaint. The songs slyly bleed into one another — a result of the band's DJ capabilities (who knew?) — and the liner notes help shed some light on the band's selections. This being a LateNightTales release, there's an overarching emphasis on nocturnal ambience, and the album's biggest strength is its ability to sustain that mood over the course of 60 minutes. A close second, however, is Snow Patrol's own contribution, an electro-acoustic cover of INXS' "New Sensation," that tones down the band's epic tendencies for something intimate.