The Eraser Rmxs is a remix album by Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke. The album was originally intended for release in Japan only on 28 May 2008, and later 25 June 2008, by Warner Bros. It was eventually released on 27 August 2008. It contains 9 remixes of 8 tracks from Yorke's 2006 solo album The Eraser. The remixes had earlier been released in the UK by XL Recordings as three EPs, each comprising three tracks.
Vogel's "Spare Parts Remix" teases out bristles and clanks, while his "Bonus Beat Eraser Mix" is centered around a contorting bassline funneled through hollow tubing. It Rained All Night," the natural pick (title-wise, at least) for dubstepper Burial, didn't require much tweaking to sound almost exactly like a production off Untrue, with Yorke's voice made distant, wrapped around the same female voice heard in "Etched Headplate.
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The Clock (Surgeon Remix), 06:23. Harrowdown Hill (The Bug Remix), 05:15. Atoms for Peace (Four Tet Remix), 05:52. Black Swan (Cristian Vogel Spare Parts Remix), 06:02. Analyse (Various Remix), 04:10. Black Swan (Vogel Bonus Beat Eraser Remix), 07:49.
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