℗ 2016 Fueled By Ramen for the United States and WEA International Inc
Released December 20, 2016
Duration 21m 31s
Genre Alternative
 

TOPxMM

Twenty One Pilots

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1.1
Heathens (feat. MUTEMATH)
Twenty One Pilots; MUTEMATH
4:34
1.2
Heavydirtysoul (feat. MUTEMATH)
Twenty One Pilots; MUTEMATH
4:00
1.3
Ride (feat. MUTEMATH)
Twenty One Pilots; MUTEMATH
3:48
1.4
Tear in My Heart (feat. MUTEMATH)
Twenty One Pilots; MUTEMATH
3:48
1.5
Lane Boy (feat. MUTEMATH)
Twenty One Pilots; MUTEMATH
5:21
TOPxMM is an EP collaboration between Twenty One Pilots and MUTEMATH. The five-song piece is composed of remixes and reimaginings of four tracks from Blurryface and Heathens.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fueled By Ramen Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
0.00
0.00 to 0.00
-10.88
-12.31 to -9.92
-8.20
-9.30 to -7.60
6
5 to 6
1
Heathens (feat. MUTEMATH)
0.00-12.31-9.36
2
Heavydirtysoul (feat. MUTEMATH)
0.00-10.22-7.75
3
Ride (feat. MUTEMATH)
0.00-9.92-7.65
4
Tear in My Heart (feat. MUTEMATH)
0.00-11.57-8.66
5
Lane Boy (feat. MUTEMATH)
0.00-10.37-7.86

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