Six years after the initial release of Parov Stelar's sixth studio album The Demon Diaries, the LP is now available as 180 gram limited edition on red vinyl.
Over the years Parov Stelar has meticulously sampled, remixed and referenced some of the most influential sounds of bygone eras, injecting them with a new life to anchor them into modern times.
The line between party hedonism and melancholy is often a very thin one. The double album, like previous works Coco and The Princess also reveals two different aspects of Parov Stelar's musical genius.
The "classic" Parov Stelar sound can be found of on the first album, dominated by the crackling and hissing of old vinyl. It is another tour de force of the club music that has sent fans in arenas and on dance floors the world over into musical ecstasy.
The second part of this album goes in the opposite direction to its electro-heavy brother. The eleven tracks take the live route, incorporating over 25 musicians using live instruments and often playing in small orchestral formations. Parov Stelar's darker, more melancholy side shows its face, the dancing shoes have been put swapped for a glass of red wine and a thoughtful, reminiscent mood.
Highlights include "The Sun (feat. Candy Graham)", which topped the dance charts worldwide, as well as electroswing classics such as "Clap Your Hands" and "Hit Me Like a Drum (feat. Timothy Auld)".
- Limited Edition
- 180g Vinyl
- Red Vinyl
- Double LP
- Demon Dance
- Keep This Fire Burning
- Hooked On You (feat. Timothy Auld)
- Clap Your Hands
- Hit Me Like A Drum (feat. Timothy Auld)
- The Green Frog
- I Need L.O.V.E.
- Djangos Revenge
- Gin Tonic
- Josephine (feat. Anduze) [1930 Version]
- Don't Mean A Thing
- Six Feet Underground (feat. Claudia Kane)
- The Sun (feat. Graham Candy)
- Summertime (feat. Maya Bensalem)
- Walk Away (feat. Anna F.)
- Josephine (feat. Anduze) [Candlelight Version]
- Magenta Rising
- Golden Arrow (feat. Lilja Bloom) [Demon Diaries Version]
- Don't Believe What They Say (feat. Angela McCluskey)
- The Sea (feat. Harald Baumgartner)