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Deadmau5’s Reveals Track List for Retrospective Double-album 5 years of mau5

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In celebration of the infamous ‘mau5’ turning 5, November 21 will see the Mau5trap frontman release ‘5 years of mau5’ on his own imprint. The double-album will be a portal to his extensive back catalogue from where it all began showcasing some of his best work including some which may have escaped the spectrum along the way.

Following on from grand unveiling of Dillon Francis’ remix of ‘Some Chords’ which makes it way onto the release the outspoken Canadian producer has revealed the hotly anticipated tracklist for ‘5 years of mau5’ in typically unorthodox fashion using fellow Gumball Rally cohort David Hasslehoff’s Twitter to share the news.

Don’t fancy hassling the Hoff’s twitter account? Then fear not as DT has got your back. Check out the full tracklisting for 5 years of mau5’ alongside the aforementioned Dillon Francis rework below.

Tracklist

Part One:

Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff Raise Your Weapon I Remember Some Chords Strobe The Veldt Brazil (2nd Edit) Aural Psynapse Not Exactly Sofi Needs A Ladder   Part Two: Some Chords – Dillion Francis Remix Ghosts n’ Stuff – Chuckie Remix deadmau5 vs. Eric Prydz – The Veldt (Edit) Maths – Botnek Remix Raise Your Weapon – Madeon Remix Strobe – Michael Woods 2014 Remix I Remember – Shiba San Remix Raise Your Weapon – Wax Motif Remix Sofi Needs A Ladder – Pig&Dan Remix Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff – NERO remix Additional Remixes:

iTunes Exclusive: Maths – Cobra Effect Remix Raise Your Weapon – Maywald Remix Beatport Exclusive: I Said – Michael Woods Said It Again ReEdit Raise Your Weapon – Weiss Remix Spotify Exclusive: Raise Your Weapon – Michael Cassette Remix

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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