London Undersound

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London Undersound
Studio album by Nitin Sawhney
Released 13 October 2008 (2008-10-13)
Label Cooking Vinyl
Producer Nitin Sawhney
Nitin Sawhney chronology
Philtre
(2005)
London Undersound
(2008)
Last Days of Meaning
(2011)
Singles from London Undersound
  1. "Distant Dreams"
    Released: October 2008
  2. "My Soul"
    Released: February 2009

Nitin Sawhney's eighth studio album London Undersound was released on 13 October 2008 (2008-10-13), by Cooking Vinyl.

It includes collaborations with Paul McCartney, Natty, Imogen Heap, Reena Bhardwaj, Ojos de Brujo, Anoushka Shankar, Tina Grace, Faheem Mazhar, Aruba Red, and Roxanne Tataei.

Reception[edit]

Reviewed by the BBC's Chris Jones as "an album with its heart firmly in the right place".[1]

On German radio DLR Kultur, the album was reviewed in the programme Radiofeuilleton as "CD of the week" for the week from 13 October to 18 October 2008 (2008-10-18).[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Days of Fire" (feat. Natty) 3:14
2. "October Daze" (feat. Tina Grace) 3:26
3. "Bring It Home" (feat. Imogen Heap) 5:09
4. "Interlude I - Ghost Image" 0:25
5. "My Soul" (feat. Paul McCartney) 4:03
6. "Interlude II - Soledad" 0:41
7. "Distant Dreams" (feat. Roxanne Tataei) 3:12
8. "Interlude III - Street Sounds" 0:08
9. "Shadowland" (feat. Ojos de Brujo) 3:31
10. "Daybreak" (feat. Faheem Mazhar) 2:34
11. "Interlude IV - Identity" 0:12
12. "Ek Jaan" (feat. Reena Bhardwaj) 2:13
13. "Transmission" (feat. Tina Grace) 3:13
14. "Interlude V - Tension" 0:15
15. "Last Train to Midnight" (feat. Aruba Red) 3:46
16. "Interlude VI - Ronald Gray" 0:21
17. "Firmament" 3:52
18. "Charu Keshi Rain" (feat. Anoushka Shankar) 4:01
Total length: 44:25

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chris Jones (10 October 2008). "Review of Nitin Sawhney, London Undersound". BBC Music. BBC. Retrieved 9 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "CD der Woche London Undersound von Nitin Sawhney" [CD of the Week: London Undersound by Nitin Sawhney]. Deutschlandradio Kultur (in German). Deutschlandradio. 13 October 2008. Retrieved 9 January 2011. 

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