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This collaborative album by Paul McCartney and DJ/producer Freelance Hellraiser (a.k.a. Roy Kerr) was released in 2005 as a limited-edition double vinyl LP, plus as a download that was reissued in 2012. Kerr was known as a mash-up artist, someone who remixes two or more contrasting musical works and invents something new in the process. Kerr opened for McCartney’s 2004 tour, performing a half-hour set of McCartney’s music remixed into sometimes unrecognizable forms and sometimes modestly reworked versions. The results gave McCartney a new audience of fans who were more dance-oriented. The more famous songs here—“Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Live and Let Die,” “Coming Up”—generally have enough of their bones kept in place for fans to recognize them and sing along, while the lesser-known tunes provide a chance for Kerr to run wild and free. While this album may be shocking to some, McCartney has always been a fan of the avant-garde. 

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I'm glad to see this is finally on iTunes. There's nothing like it in Paul's catalog. It's a collaboration with Freelance Hellraiser, who did mashups of Paul's solo songs for his 2004 tour. If you're a Macca Maniac like me, then you'll have a lot of fun figuring out where all the bits of songs came from. Most of these songs bear little resemblance to the originals and a few (like Really Love You) are even improved. "Lalula" is a "new" song made from pieces of other songs like "Old Siam Sir" and "Oh Woman, Oh Why." One of my favorites is "Maybe I'm Amazed" which is slightly sped up and has added percussion, which I think makes an already perfect song even better. Now they need to release Paul's newer pre-show mashups!


A very ominous instalment of cool jams. Clearly my favourite McCartney solo album for it's unique take on some of his older songs. Really Love You is a dance oriented masterpiece, Live And Let Die has a psych remixed feel. The alternative version of Maybe I'm Amazed is more upbeat (great Wings song.) and interesting effects and experimentalism all around on this album. Cannot believe I found this. The cover is avant-garde I like it.


Been dying to get a copy of this album for years!!


Genre: Rock

Out of all the former Beatles, Paul McCartney by far had the most successful solo career, maintaining a constant presence in the British and American charts during the '70s and '80s. In America alone, he had nine number one singles and seven number one albums during the first 12 years of his solo career, and in his native United Kingdom, his record was nearly as impressive. McCartney's hot streak began in 1970, when he became the first Beatle to leave the group. A little more than a year after the...
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