Lance Herbstrong

The Knobturner's Guild

The Knobturner's Guild by Lance Herbstrong
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For fans of:Thievery Corporation, Manu Chao, Pretty Lights, Reggae, Classic Rock
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  1. 01 Keep You (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  2. 02 Real Hot (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  3. 03 Legalize It (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  4. 04 Finally Moving (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  5. 05 Stranglehold (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  6. 06 Do It Again (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  7. 07 Pela Janela (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  8. 08 Blackout (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  9. 09 Banquet Dub (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  10. 10 The Mother (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  11. 11 Never Tear Us Apart (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
  12. 12 Spacegirl (Lance Herbstrong Remix)
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Description

It’s been almost 2 years since our last album, Meth Breakfast was released. We are proud to finally present to you, The Knobturner’s Guild, our third and most polished album to date. This seamless mix of 12 tracks contains 6 of our most popular releases, along with 6 previously unreleased tracks. It’s our finest work yet, and the album closer sounds like nothing we’ve done before. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it. Play it loud and spread the love!

Credits

1) Keep You (Lance Herbstrong remix)

Original song recorded by Wild Belle from the album “Isles” 2012 Columbia Records

2) Real Hot (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song by Lennie Hibbert from the album “Creation” Studio One

Features samples from “Tonight” by Keith and Tex 1967 Island

3) Legalize It (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Features samples from “Legalize It” by Peter Tosh 1976 Columbia, “Legalize It” by Sublime 2006 Geffen Records, Rob Myers (sitar)

4) Finally Moving (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Features samples from “All Along the Watchtower” by The Jimi Hendrix Experience 1968 Reprise , “Private Number” by Judy Clay and William Bell 1968 Stax, “I Got You(I Feel Good)” by James Brown 1965 King, “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” by Etta James 1962 Argo, “Finally Moving” by Pretty Lights, Pretty Lights Music

5) Stranglehold (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by Ted Nugent from album “Ted Nugent” 1975 Epic Records

6) Do it Again (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by Steely Dan from “Do it Again” by Steely Dan 1972 ABC, “Black Magic Woman” by Santana 1970 Columbia

Featuring Harry Gregson-Williams (keys and programming) and Ricky Gonzalez (drums)

7) Pela Janela (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by Thievery Corporation 2003 Eighteenth Street Lounge Music, “Esmeralda (Meet You at the Fun Fair)” by Alexkid 2001 F Communications

8) Blackout (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by The Knocks 2010 HeavyRoc Music

9) Banquet Dub (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by Bloc Party 2004 Wichita, “Banquet (Boys Noize Dub)” by Boys Noize 2006 Kitsune Music

10) The Mother (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by Xavier Rudd 2007 ANTI

Featuring Joel Cummins (Keys)

11) Never Tear us Apart (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Original song recorded by INXS 1987 Atlantic

Featuring Harry Gregson-Williams (keys and programming) and Ricky Gonzalez (drums)

12) Spacegirl (Lance Herbstrong Remix)

Featuring samples from “Spacegirl” by Brian Jonestown Massacre 1993 Committee To Keep Music Evil, “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins 1981 Atlantic, “Angel” by Massive Attack 1998 Virgin Records

Featuring Harry Gregson-Williams (keys and programming) and Ricky Gonzalez (drums)

Lance Herbstrong is Kamal Soliman, Bill Sarver and Peter DiStefano.

All tracks produced by Lance Herbstrong.

Original samples and engineering by Bill Sarver recorded at home studio in Austin

Original guitar parts recorded by Peter DiStefano at home studio in Camarillo, CA

Ricardo Gonzalez drum parts recorded and mixed by Kevin Ford at Fullerton Recording Studios, Chicago, IL

Harry Gregson-Williams programming and keys recorded at home studio in Santa Monica

Joel Cummins keys recorded at home studio in Los Angeles, CA

Rob Myers sitar recorded at Fort Knox Five studio in Washington, DC

Mastered by Shane ‘The Cutter’ McEnhill at Final Tweek Studios, UK

Knob Machine designed and produced by Jay Gordon, Blackout Signs, TX

Knob Photos by Lisa Hause lisahause.com

All other photos, graphics, and layout by Rob Myers

Play it Loud!

www.lanceherbstrong.com

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