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More Colours! The Million Colour Revolution Revisited - Plus Exclusive Bonus Tracks


Download links and information about More Colours! The Million Colour Revolution Revisited - Plus Exclusive Bonus Tracks by The Pinker Tones. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:02:06 minutes.

Artist: The Pinker Tones
Release date: 2007
Genre: Electronica, Rock
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:02:06
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No. Title Length
1. Señoras Y Señores 0:34
2. Welcome To TMCR 5:32
3. Karma Hunters 4:28
4. Beyond Nostalgia 4:06
5. L'Heros 4:20
6. Sonido Total 5:49
7. Picolissima Descarga (A Cappella Cover) 0:34
8. In Pea We Nuts 4:08
9. Pink Freud 4:31
10. Many Years Ago 1:30
11. Love Tape (Mash-Up) 3:32
12. Mojo Moog 3:28
13. PinkerLand Becaina (Mash-Up and Remix) 2:18
14. Gone, Go On 6:22
15. Maybe Next Saturday 4:21
16. TMCR Grand Finale 4:37
17. Sonido Total 4:57
18. Love Tape (Live at KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic" Acoustic Version) 3:51
19. Welcome To TMCR 5:01
20. Karma Hunters 4:23
21. Beyond Nostalgia 5:15
22. L' Héros 3:00
23. Picolissima Descarga 2:51
24. In Pea We Nuts 0:46
25. Love Tape 5:12
26. Mojo Moog 5:53
27. Gone, Go on 3:54
28. Maybe Next Saturday 4:27
29. TMCR Grand Finale 3:46
30. Viva La Juventud 5:01
31. Sras. y Sres. (IODA Exclusive Bonus Track) 0:33
32. Pink Freud (IODA Exclusive Bonus Track) 3:06



With the assistance of a long list of collaborators, the Pinker Tones give their celebrated 2006 album The Million Colour Revolution a deluxe remix treatment on More Colours! The Million Colour Revolution Revisited, a fittingly eclectic and unpredictable 18-track collection. Some of the remixers billed here — including Nacional Records labelmates Kinky, Mexican Institute of Sound, and Nortec Collective — will be familiar to those who follow Latin alternative music. Most are obscure, though, which makes More Colours! that much more curious, for stylistically these remixes are all over the place (not unlike the Pinker Tones themselves, of course) and the initial listen is indeed a wild ride full of pleasant surprises (for example, the Torpedo Boyz adding a Japanese-language rap to their remix of "L'Hero," which is otherwise in French). Anyone enamored of The Million Colour Revolution will find plenty to enjoy on More Colours!, and anyone enamored of the Pinker Tones themselves will want to hear the new material of theirs, including some mash-ups, that is sprinkled across the album. Though no substitute for the original album, More Colours! is nonetheless a welcome release by the Pinker Tones and should add to their reputation as an up-and-coming act well worth following.