|Thousand Mile Stare|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 16, 2012|
|Genre||Trance, house, electronica, ambient|
|Producer||Chicane, Richard Searle, Nick Muir|
|Singles from Thousand Mile Stare|
|Electronic Night Life||9/10|
Thousand Mile Stare is the fifth studio album by British electronic music artist Chicane. An exclusive 'Collectors Edition Box Set' version of the album was released on 12 December 2011 before any regular CD or digital version was announced. The boxed set was made available to preorder by 18 November 2011. Those who purchased the boxed set had their name included on the back panel of the booklet.The regular version of the album, containing three previously unreleased tracks, was released on 16 April 2012 by Modena.
The album's cover artwork pays homage to Jean Michel Jarre's Les Chants Magnétiques .
|1.||"Hljóp" (with Vigri)||Nick Bracegirdle, Hans Pjetursson||Chicane, Richard Searle||5:12|
|2.||"The Nothing Song"||Sigur Rós||Chicane||6:16|
|3.||"Windbreaks" (vocals by Tracy Ackerman)||Bracegirdle, Searle||Chicane, Searle||5:12|
|4.||"Thousand Mile Stare"||Bracegirdle, Searle||Chicane, Searle||7:01|
|5.||"Playing Fields" (featuring Kate Walsh)||Bracegirdle, Kate Walsh||Chicane||5:22|
|6.||"Sólarupprás" (with Vigri)||Bracegirdle, Pjetursson||Chicane, Searle||4:46|
|7.||"Going Deep" (Moogmonkey Rework Mix)||Bracegirdle, Searle||Chicane, Searle||7:35|
|8.||"Goldfish" (vocals by Joseph Aquilina)||Bracegirdle||Chicane||3:41|
|9.||"Flotsum and Jetsum"||Bracegirdle, Nick Muir||Chicane, Muir||6:38|
|10.||"Super Mouflon" (vocals by Joseph Aquilina)||Nick Bracegirdle||Chicane||5:00|
|11.||"Going Deep" (Original Mix; vocals by Aggi Dukes)||Bracegirdle, Searle, Aggi Dukes||Chicane, Searle||7:12|
|12.||"Fin de Jours" (vocals by Tracey Ackerman)||Bracegirdle; Searle||Chicane, Searle||2:52|
|iTunes Store deluxe edition|
|13.||"Three (Original Mix)" (feat. Vigri)||Nick Bracegirdle; Bjarki Pjetursson; Hans Pjetursson; Atli Jónasson; Þórir Bergson; Egill Halldórsson||5:29|
|14.||"Sólarupprás (Disco Citizens Remix)" (feat. Vigri)||Nick Bracegirdle; Bjarki Pjetursson; Hans Pjetursson; Atli Jónasson; Þórir Bergson; Egill Halldórsson||5:40|
|15.||"Mission Impossible"||Lalo Schifrin||2:39|
|16.||"Three (Club Mix)" (feat. Vigri)||Nick Bracegirdle; Bjarki Pjetursson; Hans Pjetursson; Atli Jónasson; Þórir Bergson; Egill Halldórsson||6:36|
|17.||"Sólarupprás (Instrumental)" (feat. Vigri)||4:43|
|18.||"Going Deep" (feat. Aggi Dukes, music video)||3:22|
|19.||"Hiding All the Stars" (feat. Natasha Andrews, music video)||3:49|
|20.||"Middledistancerunner" (feat. Adam Young, music video)||3:45|
|21.||"Come Back" (music video)||3:48|
|Thousand Mile Stare CD album|
|1.||"Windbreaks" (feat. Tracey Ackerman)||Nick Bracegirdle; Richard Searle||5:14|
|2.||"Thousand Mile Stare" (feat. Sian Evans)||Nick Bracegirdle; Richard Searle; Sian Evans||8:19|
|3.||"Playing Fields" (feat. Kate Walsh)||Nick Bracegirdle; Kate Walsh||5:25|
|4.||"Going Deep (Moogmonkey Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Richard Searle||7:38|
|5.||"Goldfish" (feat. Joseph Aquilina)||Nick Bracegirdle||3:43|
|6.||"Flotsum & Jetsum"||Nick Bracegirdle; Nicholas David Mack Muir||6:41|
|7.||"Super Mouflon" (feat. Joseph Aquilina)||Nick Bracegirdle||5:02|
|8.||"Going Deep (Original Mix)" (feat. Aggi Dukes)||Nick Bracegirdle; Richard Searle; Aggi Dukes||7:15|
|9.||"Fin de Jours" (feat. Tracey Ackerman)||Nick Bracegirdle; Richard Searle||2:53|
|Demo USB cassette|
|1.||"What Am I Doing Here (Part I) (Early Demo Male Vox)"||Nick Bracegirdle; James Hockley; Ray Hedges; Nigel Butler||3:43|
|3.||"Where Do I Start (Rough Demo)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Ray Hedges; Nigel Butler||3:34|
|5.||"Playing Fields (Beatless Demo)" (feat. Kate Walsh)||Nick Bracegirdle; Kate Walsh||3:17|
|6.||"Stoned/Hybrid (Acoustic Idea)"||1:24|
|7.||"La Luna" (Translation "The Moon")||3:02|
|10.||"1000 Mile (Initial Sketch)"||2:06|
|11.||"1000 Mile (Alternate Melody)"||3:07|
|12.||"Offshore (Live Intro Demo)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Leo Elstob||3:39|
|All Mixed Up: Remixes CD|
|1.||"Offshore (Man Called Adam Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Leo Elstob||9:06|
|2.||"What Am I Doing Here Prt I (McAuley & Walsh Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; James Hockley; Ray Hedges; Nigel Butler||8:46|
|3.||"Hiding All the Stars (Michael Woods Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; James Hockley; Gary Numan||7:10|
|4.||"Locking Down (Dum Dum Project Remix)" (feat. The 1Shanti)||Nick Bracegirdle; Tracey Ackerman||4:16|
|5.||"Bruised Water (Adam K & Soha Dub)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Natasha Bedingfield; Ciarán Ó Braonáin; Pól Ó Braonáin; Ray Hedges; Paul Herman; Andrew Marcus Frampton; Wayne Wilkins||6:07|
|6.||"Come Tomorrow (Soul Seekerz Dirty Dub)"||Nick Bracegirdle||7:18|
|7.||"Autumn Tactics (Thrillseekers Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Ray Hedges||7:25|
|8.||"Come Back (ShockOne Remix)" (feat. Paul Young)||Jack Lee||6:49|
|9.||"Where Do I Start (Armin van Buuren Remix)"||Nick Bracegirdle; Ray Hedges; Nigel Butler||7:04|
|10.||"Poppiholla (Freakazoid Remix)"||Jón Þór Birgisson; Orri Páll Dýrason; Georg Hólm; Kjartan Sveinsson||6:45|
|11.||"Locking Down (Niraj Remix)" (feat. Teymour Housego)||Nick Bracegirdle; Tracey Ackerman||4:37|
|UK Albums (OCC)||37|
|UK Album Downloads (OCC)||18|
|UK Dance Albums (OCC)||2|
|UK Independent Albums (OCC)||6|
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