|So Electric: When It Was Now|
|Remix album by|
|Released||29 November 2013|
(Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
|Atlas Genius chronology|
So Electric: When It Was Now (The Remixes) is a remix album by Australian alternative rock band Atlas Genius. It was released as a 12" vinyl exclusively available at record stores on 29 November 2013.The vinyl is limited to 3,000 copies and includes a digital download card. The album was scheduled to be released digitally on 24 December 2013; it was ultimately released one week earlier on 17 December. This album contains remixes of songs from Atlas Genius' debut studio album, When It Was Now .
A remix album is an album consisting of remixes or rerecorded versions of an artists' earlier released material. The first act who employed the format was American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson. As of 2007, the best-selling remix album of all time was Michael Jackson's Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix (1997).
Atlas Genius are an alternative rock band formed in Adelaide, South Australia in November 2009. The band's mainstay members are the Jeffery brothers, Keith on lead vocals and lead guitar; Michael on drums; and Darren Sell on keyboard. Their debut album, When It Was Now, was issued on 9 February 2013 and peaked at No. 34 on the United States Billboard 200. In 2013 two of their singles appeared on the related Alternative Songs Chart, "Trojans" at No. 4 and "If So" at No. 8. In 2013 the group toured the US in April and May, United Kingdom in May, and back to the US in August.
When It Was Now is the debut studio album by Australian alternative rock band Atlas Genius, released on 19 February 2013 by Warner Bros. Records. The album peaked at No. 34 on Billboard 200. It also reached No. 10 on the Top Alternative Albums chart. The only single from the album, "If So", reached No. 8 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. It has sold 79,000 copies in the United States as of August 2015.
All tracks are written by Keith Jeffery, Michael Jeffery, Steven Jeffery and Darren Sell.
|1.||"Trojans" (Lenno Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Lenno)||4:41|
|2.||"If So" (Magic Man Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Magic Man)||3:59|
|3.||"Centred On You" (Viceroy Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Viceroy)||3:47|
|4.||"Back Seat" (Goldroom Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Goldroom)||3:51|
|5.||"If So" (TheFatRat Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by TheFatRat)||4:17|
|6.||"Centred on You" (St. Lucia Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by St. Lucia)||5:26|
|7.||"Symptoms" (Pierce Fulton Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Pierce Fulton)||4:34|
|8.||"Trojans" (Xaphoon Jones Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Xaphoon Jones)||3:57|
|9.||"Electric" (Vertigo Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Vertigo)||5:16|
|10.||"Symptoms" (Wild Cub Remix)||Atlas Genius (remix and additional production by Wild Cub)||3:41|
|United States||29 November 2013||LP record||Warner Bros.|
|17 December 2013||Digital download|
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