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DJ Shadow ‘Reconstructed’ marks 20 year career
San Franciso Bay Area native DJ Shadow
(pictured below), regarded as one of the most influential and
consistently innovative artists to emerge in electronic and hip hop
music in the last 20 years, has released his latest album,
"Reconstructed: The Best of DJ Shadow," through record label Universal
Reconstructed pulls from Shadow's two decades producing and playing
music, from his early days before signing with label Mo Wax to his most
recent album, “The Less You Know, The Better.” It also has two new
tracks, including “Listen,” featuring vocalist Terry Reid.
DJ Shadow, whose birthname is Josh Davis, developed a cult
following early in his career with his debut album “Endtroducing.” The
1996 release is considered an all-time classic among downtempo, hip
hop, and electronic music fans. Other key releases were “The Private
Press” (2002) and “The Outsider”
(2006), among others.
To coincide with the release of Reconstructed, DJ Shadow has put
together a boxed set archive that’s likely to become a rare collector’s
item. It includes seven of his CDs, a DVD and a vinyl record, and
exclusive photos. The boxed set release is limited to 500 copies that
are individually numbered and signed by DJ Shadow with a certificate of
The limited edition boxed set is available only at the DJ Shadow website.
The regular version of Reconstructed is available now at Amazon
in CD or mp3 format, iTunes,
and record shops around the world.
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