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Recently released on Ghostly comes the remix (or rework) album of Heathered Pearls' 2012 album 'Loyal'. The entire album is streaming on Ghostly's soundcloud feed, and I'll post just a couple below for your listening pleasure. The tracks have been given a beautiful reworking by almost everybody who's contributed - definitely an album to pick up.



Edited by Higgins VanHiggins
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1 The Worship Bell (Foxes In Fiction Tape Remix)

2 Beach Shelter (Sun Glitters Remix)

3 Raising Our Ashes (Lawrence Remix)

4 Precious Dive (Indian Wells Remix)

5 Steady Veil (Teen Daze Remix)

6 The Worship Bell (Nitemoves Remix)

7 Precious Dive (Throwing Snow Remix)

8 Raising Our Ashes (Terrence Dixon Remix)

9 Docile Touch (Le Revelateur Retouch)

10 Beach Shelter (Loscil Drone Remix)

11 Raising Our Ashes (Solar Year Remix)

12 Lower Dome (Markus Guentner's Guarded Remix)

13 Beach Shelter (Loscil Grind Remix Alternative Version) 1

14 Raising Our Ashes (Lawrence Ambient Edit)




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