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Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain
Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain

Following the release of MF Doom and Madlib’s Madvillainy in 2004, electronic producer Four Tet remixed several tracks from the album. These were released on limited vinyl run in a plain black sleeve in 2005, but have been out of print for many years. Production note: When MF Doom was presented with the Four Tet remixes, he sampled an interlude from the set, creating a new beat, and recorded a new rap track of Rhinestone Cowboy, effectively remixing the remix.

Madvillain

Four Tet Remixes

Stones Throw
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Album artwork for Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain by Four Tet Remixes - Madvillain
Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain
LP

£27.99

Comic Book Cover Sleeve - Exclusive Shared with Label

Black
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 18/11/2022Catalogue Number

STH2102-2LP

Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain
LP

£16.99

Released 25/11/2017Catalogue Number

sth2102

Madvillain

Four Tet Remixes

Stones Throw
Album artwork for Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain by Four Tet Remixes - Madvillain
Album artwork for Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain by Four Tet Remixes - Madvillain
Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain
LP

£27.99

Comic Book Cover Sleeve - Exclusive Shared with Label

Black
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 18/11/2022Catalogue Number

STH2102-2LP

Album artwork for Four Tet Remixes by Madvillain
LP

£16.99

Released 25/11/2017Catalogue Number

sth2102

Following the release of MF Doom and Madlib’s Madvillainy in 2004, electronic producer Four Tet remixed several tracks from the album. These were released on limited vinyl run in a plain black sleeve in 2005, but have been out of print for many years. Production note: When MF Doom was presented with the Four Tet remixes, he sampled an interlude from the set, creating a new beat, and recorded a new rap track of Rhinestone Cowboy, effectively remixing the remix.