Late Night Tales: Four Tet

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Late Night Tales: Four Tet
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Compilation album by
Released4 October 2004
Genre Electronic
Label Azuli
Producer Four Tet
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Late Night Tales: Four Tet is a DJ mix album compiled by Kieran Hebden, who goes by the pseudonym Four Tet. It is part of the Late Night Tales/Another Late Night compilation series.

Track listing

  1. "Haunted Feelings" – 2:21 – Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  2. "Battle Rhymes For Battle Times" – 2:37 – Koushik
  3. "Wiggy" (Edit) – 0:32 – Hal Blaine
  4. "One Way Glass" – 3:37 – Manfred Mann Chapter Three
  5. "Music For The Gift" (part 2) – 1:52 – Terry Riley
  6. "January V" – 3:18 – Max Roach
  7. "Why We Fight" – 4:08 – Tortoise
  8. "2 Cups Of Blood" – 1:24 – Gravediggaz
  9. "Earth" – 13:16 – Joe Henderson
  10. "Parallelograms" – 4:31 – Linda Perhacs
  11. "Castles Made of Sand" – 3:35 – Four Tet
  12. "Valiha Del" – 4:47 – Jef Gilson + Malagasy
  13. "Strange Ways" (Koushik's Remix) – 2:13 – Madvillain
  14. "Griffo" (Edit) – 0:49 – Smoke
  15. "Tale In Hard Time" – 3:27 – Fairport Convention
  16. "Tinkle" – 0:36 – J Saunders
  17. "Benevolent Incubator" – 10:11 – Icarus
  18. "218 Beverley" – 7:27 – Manitoba
  19. "Don'ts" – 3:31 – David Shrigley

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