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Paul Haig \ Then Again [LTMCD 2366]

Then Again collects 15 rarities, remixes and unreleased tracks by Paul Haig recorded between 1982 and 1998.

These include The Executioner, his rare 1984 collaboration with Cabaret Voltaire; the extended Man Parrish remix of The Only Truth; a song written in 1987 for the late, great Billy Mackenzie, Reach the Top, and two intriguing collaborations with Fini Tribe, one a cover of Scott Walker chiller The Electrician.

Other well-loved singles appearing here in remixed form include Love Eternal, Heaven Help You Now and Blue For You. Other stand-out tracks include Chance, one of Paul's few solo numbers that nods back to the sharp, angular guitars of Josef K.

CD and download runs for 74 minutes with detailed biography in the booklet. The packaging incorporates original designs by Peter Saville and Benoît Hennebert.


1. Time
2. Chance
3. Blue For You (Interference Mix)
4. Change of Heart
5. Fear and Dancing
6. The Executioner
7. Love Eternal (12" Mix)
8. The Only Truth (US Remix)
9. This Dying Flame (12" Mix)
10. Heaven Help You Now (Mantronik Mix)
11. Reach the Top
12. Swinging for You
13. The Electrician
14. The Shining
15. Psycho San Jose

Available on digital (MP3 + FLAC). To order please first select correct shipping option (UK, EU or Rest of World) and then click on the Buy Now button below the cover image. Digital copies are delivered to customers via link sent by email.

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"An opportune moment for key influence Paul Haig to show his chisel-cheeked face. A romantic and spirited performer" (Q, 06/2004)

"A set of ice-cool white funk electro ditties that wouldn't sound out of place spun down the local electroclash emporium. As primitively retro as some of the beats sound, there's some genuine dancefloor pioneering at play, while the most recent material here, two tracks recorded with dub noirists Fini Tribe, are the most accomplished" (Glasgow Herald, 04/2004)

"An essential item - Then Again may be 'merely' a collection of crumbs from under the master's table, but the quality still puts the competition to shame" (Whisperin' & Hollerin', 05/2004)

"Chance is untouchably brilliant" (The Big Takeover, 09/2004)