|1||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Album Version)||5:13|
|2||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Dan Deacon Remix)
Remix – Dan Deacon
|3||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Benoît Pioulard Remix)
Remix – Benoît Pioulard*
|4||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (CFCF Remix)
Remix – CFCF
|5||Keep The Dog Quiet (Simon Bookish Remix)
Remix – Simon Bookish
|6||Midnight Directives (Max Tundra Remix)
Remix – Max Tundra
|RUG366T||Owen Pallett||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (12", Ltd)||Domino||RUG366T||UK & Europe||2010|
|RUG360CDP||Owen Pallett||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (CD, Single, Promo)||Domino||RUG360CDP||UK||2010|
|RUG366CDP||Owen Pallett||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Remixes) (CDr, Single, Promo)||Domino||RUG366CDP||UK & Europe||2010|
|DNO 261||Owen Pallett||Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (12", Ltd)||Domino||DNO 261||USA & Canada||2010|
In March 2008, Owen Pallett under the alias Final Fantasy, collaborated with Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste on a cover of Björk's "Possibly Maybe" as part of Stereogum's tribute to Björk's album, Post. In Fall 2008, Pallett released two EPs. The first one, Spectrum, 14th Century, was a collaboration with Beirut. The second EP, Plays To Please, was a tribute to fellow Torontonian Alex Lukashevsky and his group Deep Dark United. Lewis Takes Off His Shirt" – March 29, 2010. Julia/Tiberius" (with Daphni) – April 25, 2014.
1. Lewis Takes Off His Shirt Lyrics
Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Album Version). 2. Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Dan Deacon Remix). 3. Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (Benoît Pioulard Remix). Remix – Benoît Pioulard. 4. Lewis Takes Off His Shirt (CFCF Remix).
Lewis Takes Off His Shirt" Released: March 29, 2010 The album was a shortlisted nominee for the 2010 Polaris Music Prize. Concept and development. As a prelude to the album, Pallett recorded an EP, Spectrum, 14th Century. Both the EP and the subsequent full-length are set in an imaginary realm called Spectrum. Consequence of Sound. Archived from the original on April 2, 2011.
He Poos Clouds is the second album by the Canadian indie rock artist Owen Pallett, released on June 13, 2006, on Blocks Recording Club in Canada and Tomlab internationally. The songs on the album (excluding the fifth and tenth tracks) are loosely connected to the eight schools of magic in the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons, and the title track's lyrics ostensibly refer to the Nintendo video game series The Legend of Zelda, as well as The Chronicles of Narnia.
Listen to music from Owen Pallett like Lewis Takes Off His Shirt, The Great Elsewhere & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Owen Pallett. Owen Pallett (born Michael James Owen Pallett-Plowright, on September 7, 1979) is a violinist and singer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and winner of the inaugural Polaris Music Prize. On December 18th, 2009, Pallett announced that he would be retiring his old artist name, Final Fantasy, and would be henceforth releasing his material under his own name. Previous albums released under the Final Fantasy name are planned to be re-packaged and re-released under the new name of Owen Pallett.
In addition to the album version, this release includes contributions from up-and-coming Canadian producer CFCF, Kranky's Benoit Pioulard (who offers a great. of the source material. More from OWEN PALLETT: MP3. FLAC. Quick View Play all (4). OWEN PALLETT Song For Five & Six (Remixes) Domino Recording Co Electronic. OWEN PALLETT A Swedish Love Story EP Domino Recording Co Indie, Alternative. More from Domino Recording Co: MP3.
This week you can download Owen Pallett’s Lewis Takes Off His Shirt EP for free over at Domino USA. The six-song single includes the Heartland version of the song, the previously posted Dan Deacon remix and additional tweaks by Benoît Pioulard, CFCF, Simon Bookish. You’ll also get a remixes of Heartland tracks Keep The Dog Quiet by Simon Bookish and Midnight Directives by Max Tundra. No word on the Lewis Takes Of. .