The Chemical Brothers
New EP- Get Yourself High
24th November 2003 - Freestyle Dust / Virgin Records
Following on from the release of their highly acclaimed Top Ten retrospective ‘Singles ’93 -‘03‘, The Chemical Brothers return with a brand new EP 'Get Yourself High', released on November 24th on Freestyle Dust / Virgin Records. ‘Get Yourself High’, is the second new track to be taken from the collection, and follows on from the success of recent hit ‘The Golden Path’, the duo’s collaboration with The Flaming Lips.
After the uplifting introspection of ‘The Golden Path‘, ‘Get Yourself High’ sees the Chemicals back pounding dancefloors with a brooding, bass-fuelled booty shaking anthem featuring the versatile vocal talents of Canadian Rapper K-OS (who recently won Source Magazine Best International Hip Hop LP) and comes backed by original Chemical Brothers track 'Electronic Battle Weapon 6' (previously only available as a highly sought-after specialist promo on their own Freestyle Dust label) plus a hefty re-mix-package courtesy of uber-hot newcomers Switch, and electro don Felix Da Housecat. In addition the CD features the incredible Joseph Kahn-directed video for “Get Yourself High”. This bumper package is an Extended Player, hence Chart ineligible, and is released on Double-12” vinyl & Enhanced CDThe Chemical Brothers Track /Title Listen/Watch Listen/Watch Download Real Media Windows Media - 1. Get Yourself High Tracklisting/Formats:
Get Yourself High (LP Version)
Electronic Battle Weapon 6
Get Yourself High (Felix Da Housecat Remix)
Get Yourself High (Switch Dub Remix)
Get Yourself High (Video)
Double 12” Vinyl:
A.Get Yourself High (Extended Version)
B.Electronic Battle Weapon 6
C. Get Yourself High (Felix Da Housecat Remix)
D. Get Yourself High (Switch Vocal Remix)
The Chemical Brothers will perform live at the forthcoming MTV European Music Awards, and are scheduled to release a new studio album in 2004.
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