Mills Record Company

2024 release. Death Songbook is a groundbreaking collaboration featuring delicate reimaginings of cult classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Depeche Mode, Suede, Mercury Rev, David Bowie & Jacques Brel, Skeeter Davis, Japan and Black. Performed by Paraorchestra, Suede's Brett Anderson, and Charles Hazlewood, these exquisite new versions were orchestrated by Charlotte Harding and feature Nadine Shah and Gwenno with instrumentation by Seb Rochford (Sons of Kemet) and Adrian Utley (Portishead).
2024 release. Death Songbook is a groundbreaking collaboration featuring delicate reimaginings of cult classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Depeche Mode, Suede, Mercury Rev, David Bowie & Jacques Brel, Skeeter Davis, Japan and Black. Performed by Paraorchestra, Suede's Brett Anderson, and Charles Hazlewood, these exquisite new versions were orchestrated by Charlotte Harding and feature Nadine Shah and Gwenno with instrumentation by Seb Rochford (Sons of Kemet) and Adrian Utley (Portishead).
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Death Songbook (With Brett Anderson & Charles Haz)
Artist: Paraorchestra
Format: CD
New: Available $15.07
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Killing Moon (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
2. Unsung (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
3. Holes (Feat. Nadine Shah) [With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood]
4. Nightporter (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
5. She Still Leads Me on (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
6. Wonderful Life (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
7. The Next Life (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
8. He's Dead (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
9. Enjoy the Silence (Feat. Gwenno) [With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood]
10. The End of the World (Feat. Nadine Shah) [With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood]
11. My Death (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)
12. Brutal Lover (With Brett Anderson ; Charles Hazlewood)

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2024 release. Death Songbook is a groundbreaking collaboration featuring delicate reimaginings of cult classics by Echo and the Bunnymen, Depeche Mode, Suede, Mercury Rev, David Bowie & Jacques Brel, Skeeter Davis, Japan and Black. Performed by Paraorchestra, Suede's Brett Anderson, and Charles Hazlewood, these exquisite new versions were orchestrated by Charlotte Harding and feature Nadine Shah and Gwenno with instrumentation by Seb Rochford (Sons of Kemet) and Adrian Utley (Portishead).
        
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