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CD Review: Metronomy

Late Night Tales (Late Night Tales)

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Mixed by Joseph Mount, frontman for the British electronic quartet Metronomy, the latest Late Night Tales compilation throws together 20 songs — ranging from Outkast to Cat Power to Kate & Anna McCarrigle — for a super-chill set that doubles as a comedown from your after-hours clubbing. Most tracks are obscure enough to blend into their surroundings; only the Alan Parsons Project's 1982 Top 5 hit "Eye in the Sky" disrupts the flow.

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