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The Private Press

The Private Press is the second full-length studio album by DJ Shadow, released on June 2, 2002 on MCA. Although not as critically acclaimed as his 1996 debut breakthrough Endtroducing..., The Private Press received generally favorable reviews.

Release

The single "Six Days" featured a promotional video directed by Wong Kar-wai. "Blood On The Motorway" was featured in a TV commercial for the British mobile phone network O2.

The Limited Edition version of The Private Press has different packaging, and includes "Giving Up The Ghost (original version)" and a bonus disc featuring "Pushin' Buttons Live" (a 12-minute live track featuring Cut Chemist and DJ Nu-Mark).

The album was given a Parental Advisory, because the tracks "Walkie Talkie" and "Mashin' on the Motorway" contain several uses of profanity. An edited version also exists with the profane moments re-edited.

The Private Repress was released in 2003, consisting of remixed tracks and b-sides from the recording era.

The song "Blood on the Motorway" was featured in the ending scene of the film "Dot The I."

Track listing

  1. (Letter from Home) – 1:09
  2. "Fixed Income" – 4:49
  3. "Un Autre Introduction" – 0:44
  4. "Walkie Talkie" – 2:27
  5. "Giving Up the Ghost" – 6:30
  6. "Six Days" – 5:02
  7. "Mongrel..." – 2:20
  8. "...Meets His Maker" – 3:02
  9. "Right Thing/Gdmfsob" – 4:20
  10. "Monosylabik" – 6:46
  11. "Mashin' on the Motorway" – 2:58
  12. "Blood on the Motorway" – 9:21
  13. "You Can't Go Home Again" – 7:03
  14. (Letter from Home) – 0:57

A limited edition version of the album came with an additional single track CD. The track was "Pushin' Buttons Live" and featured guest appearances from Jurassic 5 DJs, Cut Chemist and DJ Nu-Mark.

Samples

Fixed Income

  • "Bright Shadows" by Beaver and Krause
  • "Voyage to Cleavland" by Saint Steven
  • "Love Eyes" by Phluph
  • "Beacon From Mars" by The Kaleidoscope

Un Autre Introduction

  • "Jingle Overture Discoteque" by Francois Bernard

Walkie Talkie

  • "Gangster Rap" by Hollywood

Giving Up the Ghost

  • "Bound to Be" by The Dream Academy

Six Days

  • "I Cry in the Morning" by Dennis Olivieri
  • "Six Day War" by Colonel Bagshot

Mongrel...Meets His Maker

  • "Strange About Your Hands" by Sensations Fix
  • "Little Waterfalls" by Facedancers
  • "Thoughts" by Iliad
  • "Fantasy World" by James Knight & The Butlers

Right Thing/GDMFSOB

  • "Ask Me Why the Tape Wobbles" by Barry O'Brian
  • "What's On Your Mind" by Information Society
  • "Mooses Saloon" by Smile
  • "Work The Box" by The Children
  • "Disco Duck part 1" by Rick Dees
  • "Here (In the Garden)" by Gypsy
  • "Techno Scratch" by Knights of The Turntables

Monosylabik

  • "Plenty Action" by Soft Touch

Mashin' on the Motorway

  • "He just wanted us to call him Captain Da. He said you could call me Da-Da. Whatever that meant." from the movie "Roger & Me"

Blood on the Motorway

  • "It's Easy" by Mark Z.

You Can't Go Home Again

References

External links

DJ Shadow official site

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