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Alma: Reworked

Alma

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1
While Nothing (Message to Bears Remix)
Alma
4:55
2
The Lighthouse (Tom Hodge Rebuild)
Alma
3:52
3
To the Stars (Charlie Barnes Remix)
Alma
4:24
4
If You Believed You Were an Island (Oliaxel Remix)
Alma
4:01
5
The Gardener (Evolv Remix)
Alma
4:00
6
The Great Escape (Naomi Bolojan Remix)
Alma
4:22
7
Cosmonaut (Neil Milton Remix)
Alma
5:29
Total Playing Time    31:03
London-based Alma invited various guest producers to remix the seven tracks on the ambient music band's self-titled debut mini-album, originally released in the summer of 2015. Some of the participants on this project include Charlie Barnes, Evolv and BAFTA-nominated composer and pianist Tom Hodge.

"We'd always liked the idea of having different versions of Alma tracks. For example the live versions are different to the album and even then there's different live versions ... (this) mini-album is the next natural progression for our debut. We've been huge fans of each 'reworker' for a long time, it's inspiring and really interesting to see where other people take each song."
- Alma
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Track 2 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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