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Good Morning To The Night

Released on 16 July 2012

Artist: Elton John vs Pnau

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Comment:Disc has some marks that don't affect play. Inners all excellent

  1. Good Morning To The Night
  2. Sad
  3. Black Icy Stare
  4. Foreign Fields
  5. Telegraph to the Afterlife
  6. Phoenix
  7. Karmatron
  8. Sixty

customer Reviews

 Average rating (5 reviews)

 Stunning!

| | See all flight2529's reviews (1)

Loved it - not a huge EJ fan, but this is special! The mix with Pnau is so Empire (of course) and it really works.

 Love it !

| | See all Flicks's reviews (10)

Great new album with tantalising smaples of past Elton John tracks running throughout, a must for any Elton John fan especially if you yearn for his older work, this combines the best of old and new.

 Brilliant Elton - Keeping up with the times

| | See all leahamy's reviews (6)

Incredible! I loved all the original versions of these songs but these bring them right up to date and are a brilliiant alternative. I believe Pnau have been through (or are going through) Elton's 400 song back catalogue - I can't wait for future volumes to be released.

 Elton John - REALLY!!!?

| | See all Garfgeezer's reviews (32)

Elton John releasing a collaboration with an Australian Electro group, in 2012, based on obscure album tracks from the early to mid 70's, remixed into an Ibiza inspired semi-trance/chillout genre.

Everything about this should be wrong but HOLY COW! The first two tracks are good - Sad especially - but get past these and it just gets better! I guess that with half of Pnau being half of Empire of the Sun I should've expected something special but this has really caught me by surprise. A review I saw in a paper this week said "...this is what all collaboration albums should aspire to...". They were right.

If you enjoy 70's or 80's inspired music, or trance, or chillout or just a damn good album that is as pleasing to listen to as receiving a really good shoulder massage, give your ears a treat and just enjoy the hell out of this album!