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The Gray of New Romanticism, Made Silver


Remixed, remade 1980s UK new wave/new romantic tracks recreated for a generation that knows nothing earlier than 1989. Familiar pop and new wave music redone from original gray to sparkly silver. These are the tracks that made your parents dance.

The tracklist:
Pale Shelter, Tinseltown in the Rain, King of Pain, Gentlemen Take Polaroids, Mad World, New Moon on Monday, Don't You Forget About Me, Love My Way, How Soon is Now, The Killing Moon, The Hurting, Ceremony

  • New Moon on Monday Frank Shofner ft. Ceyanna Blu by ReHitz
    Originally by Duran Duran
  • Mad World (Dubstep Remix) Manic Focus by Gary Jules
    Originally by Tears for Fears.
  • Gentlemen Take Polaroids Ben Casey Remix by Duncan Sheik
    Originally by Japan, whose lead singer was David Sylvian.
  • Love My Way (demo) by Miles Hunt
    Originally by The Psychedelic Furs, who went on to sing the theme song of the movie Pretty In Pink.
  • How Soon Is Now? (The Smiths Cover) by Silver Swans
    Originally by The Smiths, whose lead singer Morissey would go on to a long and fruitful solo career. The song itself was used as a theme song for a string of movies involving witchcraft starting with The Craft, and ending with the TV series about witches, Charmed.
  • Tinseltown In The Rain (Free Download) by IndianRedLopez
    Originally by a band called The Blue Nile
  • The Killing Moon by asuraprojects
    Originally by Echo and the Bunnymen. Also, one of the songs that Courtney Love liked in the 80s, and when she had Kurt Cobain listen to it, he exclaimed something like "That's so romantic."
  • "Ceremony" (New Order Cover) by Chromatics + Ida No
    Originally by New Order, the group that hit it big in the U.S. with "Bizarre Love Triangle" but who were already big stars in their native Manchester long long before.
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