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    A Bugged Out Mix

    • Year Released: 2007
    A Bugged Out Mix by Klaxons is a compilation album compiled by British dance punk band Klaxons. Source: Amazon
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    Myths of the Near Future

    • Year Released: 2007
    Myths of the Near Future is the Mercury Prize-winning debut album by English band Klaxons. It was released on 29 January 2007 through Polydor Records. Myths of the Near Future contains re-recorded versions of "Gravity's Rainbow", "Atlantis to Interzone" and "Four Horsemen of 2012", along with the singles "Magick", "Golden Skans" and, most recently, "It's Not Over Yet". It is named after Myths of the Near Future, a collection of short stories by British writer J. G. Ballard. It was recorded in Battle, East Sussex. Upon the week of its release, "Golden Skans" climbed to number seven in the UK Top 40 charts. The album was given a largely enthusiastic review by NME (the magazine named it "album of the year"), although it received more mixed reviews from other critics. In the UK, the album was released with an unnamed instrumental at 17:17 of the track "Four Horsemen of 2012". Myths of the Near Future won the Mercury Prize in 2007. Myths of the Near Future is featured in the musical reference book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die upon its revision in 2007. The album charted at number two in the UK Album Chart, behind Norah Jones' album Not Too Late. Since its release in January
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    Surfing the Void

    • Year Released: 2010
    Surfing the Void is the second studio album by British indie rock band Klaxons, released on 23 August 2010 through Polydor Records. The album was produced by Ross Robinson, and was recorded in Los Angeles, California. The album was preceded by lead single "Echoes" on 16 August. Following the release of the band's Mercury Prize-winning debut Myths of the Near Future in 2007, Klaxons began working on their second effort the following year. The band returned to working with original producer James Ford, aiming for release in early 2009. In March 2009, it was reported that the band had been told to re-record parts of their second album, with initial efforts rejected by Polydor for being "too experimental for release". The album was eventually recorded between November 2009 and February 2010 with producer Ross Robinson. Surfing the Void reached number ten on the UK Albums Chart, as well as multiple charts worldwide. The album marked Klaxons' first entry into the Australian market at the time, debuting at number 15 on the ARIA Charts. Critical reception to the album was generally favourable, with many reviewers commenting on the band's progression from their debut. In July 2007, bassist
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    Xan Valleys

    • Year Released: 2006
    Xan Valleys is the first extended play (EP) released by British indie rock band Klaxons. Released on 16 October 2006, the album was released by Modular Recordings, the band's final release before signing with major label Polydor Records. Three of the tracks, "4 Horsemen of 2012", "Gravity's Rainbow" and "Atlantis to Interzone" would appear as re-recorded versions on the band's debut album, Myths of the Near Future. Following this EP, the band re-released "Gravity's Rainbow" on 9 April 2007. The two remix tracks, "Gravity's Rainbow" and "Atlantis to Interzone", were made by fellow Modular Recordings artist Van She and fellow Merok Records artist Crystal Castles.
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