Nite Versions

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Nite Versions
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Studio album by Soulwax
Released September 26, 2005
Genre Electronic, synthpop, remix
Label PIAS
Producer Soulwax
Soulwax chronology
Any Minute Now
(2004)Any Minute Now2004
Nite Versions
Most of the Remixes
(2007)Most of the Remixes2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]
Pitchfork Media (8.2/10) [2]

Nite Versions is an electronic album by Soulwax. It was released on September 26, 2005 on the PIAS record label. The album contains reworkings and remixes of tracks from earlier Soulwax album Any Minute Now. The album also features "Teachers" (a track inspired by the Daft Punk song of the same name from their album Homework in which their musical influences are listed off) and "NY Lipps", a 2 Many DJ's-style mash-up of "NY Excuse" with Lipps Inc.'s 1970s disco track "Funky Town". The artwork for Singles from Any Minute Now, and Nite Versions, and for the album Any Minute Now, form illusions. The album artwork was produced by Trevor Jackson.

Like all other Soulwax albums, there is a hidden track before the start of track 1. The 51-second instrumental is untitled, but is an alternate version of the guitar riff from the original version of E Talking.

"Slowdance" can be found on their remix album This Is Radio Soulwax.

"Another Excuse" and "Compute" is featured in Test Drive Unlimited.

In 2012 it was awarded a double silver certification from the Independent Music Companies Association,[3] which indicated sales of at least 40,000 copies throughout Europe.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Teachers"
  2. "Miserable Girl"
  3. "E Talking"
  4. "Accidents and Compliments"
  5. "Compute"
  6. "Slowdance"
  7. "I Love Techno"
  8. "KracK"
  9. "NY Lipps"
  10. "Another Excuse" (made in collaboration with The DFA)


  1. ^ Mason, Stewart. "Nite Versions - Soulwax". Retrieved 25 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Sylvester, Nick (15 December 2005). "Soulwax: Nite Versions". Retrieved 25 July 2012. 
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