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EP by The Gutter Twins
Released September 2, 2008
Recorded 2003-2008
Genre Alternative rock
Length 33:03
Label Sub Pop
Producer Greg Dulli, Mark Lanegan
The Gutter Twins chronology
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Pitchfork Media 5.3/10[1]
The Skinny 4/5 stars[2]

Adorata is The Gutter Twins' eight-song EP, released initially as an iTunes exclusive on September 2, 2008. Within a couple of weeks, Adorata was released in DRM-free, 320kbit/s MP3, a superior audio quality in comparison to iTunes, through the Sub Pop Records website. The EP was mostly recorded during sessions for their first album, Saturnalia.

Track listing[edit]

Song Length Composer(s) Info
01. "Belles"
Cabic Originally released by Vetiver in 2004 on the Vetiver album
02. "Down the Line"
González Originally released by José González in 2007 on the In Our Nature album
03. "Deep Hit of Morning Sun"
Gillespie, Young, Mounfield, Duffy, Innes, Mooney Originally released by Primal Scream in 2002 on the Evil Heat album
04. "Flow Like a River"
Johannes, Shneider, Irons Originally released by Eleven in 2003 on the Howling Book album
05. "St. James Infirmary"
Traditional Also recorded by Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan in 2005 for the Ramblin' Man EP
06. "Duchess"
Walker Originally released by Scott Walker in 1969 on the Scott 4 album
07. "Spanish Doors"
Lanegan, Dulli Previously unreleased original The Gutter Twins song
08. "We Have Met Before"
Lanegan, Dulli Previously unreleased original The Gutter Twins song


  1. ^ Album review by Joshua Klein. (2008-09-04). "The Gutter Twins - Adorata E.P". Pitchfork. Retrieved 2012-10-06. 
  2. ^ Album review by Paul Neeson. (2008-09-03). "The Gutter Twins - Adorata E.P". The Skinny. Retrieved 2011-11-02. 

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