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Bush - Deconstructed (CD)

Bush - Deconstructed (CD)

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Bush's Deconstructed is a remix album, released in 1997, that featured  electronic remixes of songs from their first two studio albums, Sixteen Stone and Razorblade Suitcase. It did not contain any new material by the band itself.

The album was a collaboration between Bush and various electronic music producers, including Tricky, Goldie, and Mekon. The remixes incorporated elements of drum and bass, trip hop, and other electronic genres.

Deconstructed was not a major commercial success, but it was well-received by critics. Some fans of the band were alienated by the album's departure from their usual sound, but others appreciated the band's willingness to experiment. The album is now seen as a precursor to Bush's later work, which incorporated more electronic elements.

Original Release:  1997.
Catalog No:  SPV 076-72842 CD.
Type:  Jewel Case.