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UNKLE - The Road: Part I Album

UNKLE - The Road: Part I Album
The Road: Part I
Alternative Rock, Trip Hop, House
18 Aug 2017
UK & Europe
Songs For The Def
FLAC size:
1161 mb
MP3 size:
1604 mb
WMA size:
1668 mb


1Arm's Length
Featuring – Callum Finn, Elliott Power, Mïnk
2Sunrise (Always Come Around)
Featuring – Liela Moss
3Sick Lullaby
Featuring – Keaton Henson
Featuring – Keaton Henson
5Iter V: Friend Or Foe
6Iter I: Have You Looked At Yourself
7Iter II: How Do You Feel
8Nowhere To Run/Bandits
9Iter IV: We Are Stardust
Featuring – Dhani Harrison, Elliott Power, Eska, Keaton Henson, Liela Moss, Mïnk, Steven Young , Ysée
11Iter III: Keep On Runnin'
12Cowboys Or Indians
Featuring – Elliott Power, Mïnk, Ysée
13The Road
Featuring – EskaGuitar – Andrew Innes
14Looking For The Rain
Featuring – Eska, Mark Lanegan
15Stole Enough
Featuring – Mïnk


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SFTDCD001UNKLE The Road: Part I ‎(CD, Album)Songs For The DefSFTDCD001UK & Europe2017
SFTDCS001UNKLE The Road: Part I ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Ora)Songs For The DefSFTDCS001UK & Europe2017
SFTDLP001xxUNKLE The Road: Part I ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Pic, Jon)Songs For The DefSFTDLP001xxUK, Europe & US2017
SFTDUSB001UNKLE The Road: Part I ‎(M/Stick, MPEG-4 Video, WAV, Album)Songs For The DefSFTDUSB001UK & Europe2017
SFTDCD001XUNKLE The Road: Part I ‎(2xCD, Album, Dlx)Songs For The DefSFTDCD001XUK & Europe2017


  • Art Direction, ProducerJames Lavelle
  • Co-producerJack Leonard
  • CoverJonas Burgert
  • Mastered ByMandy Parnell


Limited to 1000 copies signed by James Lavelle, all of which were sold through the band's Pledge Music campaign.
Comes with a 36 pages booklet with lyrics, credits and artworks housed in debossed gatefold sleeve.
Due to manufactury issues the download card was not included.


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, hand etched): BH77415-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, hand etched): BH77415-01 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, hand etched): BH77415-02 C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, hand etched): BH77415-02 D1


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Songs For The Def Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Songs For The Def Ltd
  • Licensed To – Red Essential
  • Mastered At – Black Saloon Studios
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH77415


The Road: Part I is the fifth regular studio album from British electronic music act Unkle, released on 18 August 2017. The Road: Part 1 is the first UNKLE record in seven years. The album was inspired by James Lavelle's time spent curating the Meltdown Festival at London's Southbank Centre in 2014. 1 Farewell Instrumental 2 Looking For The Rain Instrumental 3 Cowboys Or Indians Instrumental 4 Nowhere To Run, Bandits Instrumental 5 Stole Road: Part II, Lost Highway - UNKLE. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Ищете треки из альбома The Road, Pt. 1 исполнителя UNKLE Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. Farewell UNKLE. Looking for the Rain UNKLE. Here, inspired by his experience curating the 2014 Meltdown Festival at London's Southbank, Lavelle presents UNKLE's fifth studio album. The mission statement for The Road, Pt. 1 was to create another unique effort that celebrates the history of its sound up until that moment, inspired by modern multicultural London. On their 8th album, head UNKLE and Mo Wax label founder James Lavelle steers his all-star lineup through a beautifully moody, cinematic orchestration of atmospheres and dreamy-dark sound swirls. The music is lush and sweeping, with an abundance of strings to soften the somber intensity and drama. Contributors come from: Queens Of The Stone Age, Planet Funk, Magpu, Innerzone Orchestra, Thinkpiece, masters Of Reality, The Traveling Wilburys, Primal Scream, The Three Esquires, The Duke Spirit, Marilyn Manson, The Mars Volta, Bolt Thrower, and more. Listen free to UNKLE The Road, Pt. 1 Iter 1: Have You Looked at Yourself, Farewell feat. Ysée, Eska, Elliott Power, Keaton Henson, Liela Moss, Mïnk, Dhani Harrison & Steven Young and more. 15 tracks 58:14. The Road: Part I, conversely, is probably the most cohesive Unkle record yet, thanks in part to the dark reflective poetry and spoken word that seems to bind it. With members of Primal Scream and Queens Of The Stone Age, ESKA, Mïnk, Elliott Power and Keaton Henson among others forming the list of collaborators on the album, The Road: Part I sets Lavelle up to grab the attention of original and new fans alike. Time will tell, but with moments like these, The Road: Part I may just be the album that finally sees Lavelle step away from the shadows of Unkles debut. The Road: Part I. After a rollercoaster twenty-five-year career as an artist, curator and tastemaker, James Lavelle returns with UNKLEs fifth studio album, The Road: Part I. With features from folk-rock artist Keaton Henson, Primal Screams Andrew Innes, the Duke Spirits Liela Moss and Mercury Prize nominee ESKA, the eclectic album is a great addition to UNKLEs well respected discography. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. TRACK LISTING. Iter I: Have You Looked At Yourself. Farewell Featuring YSÉE, ESKA, Elliott. James Lavelle of UNKLE is live from The Lot Radio in NYC for the next two hours with a special Living In My Headphones set. James Lavelle of UNKLE is live from The Lot Radio


  • Mopimicr
Very disappointed with the music. Where are the cool beats? The new vocalists don't deliver either. All the tracks of Where Did The Night Fall or War Stories are better than any of these.
  • Bodwyn
Yeah it's trash now isn't it. They are sounding like an un-musical Radiohead nowadays.
  • Gamba
Question for anyone helpful. My first copy arrived and one of the labels was off centre covering the run off and part of the last track. I complained and they sent me a replacement but didn't ask for the dud back so I have two. Someone suggested I steam off and reposition the label. Would this devalue it? TIA!
  • BlackHaze
The heat might cause some warping but since you already received the replacement it might be worth a shot. Also the heat could cause the vinyl to release some chemicals which would affect the sound. That has happened twice to me, once was from trying to unwarp a record using heat, the other was from outgassing due to the sleeve being clear pvc. The more I think about it the more I'd be against trying it though because that label would have been pressed into the grooves and it would probably end up affecting the sound and could damage the stylus even if it looks to the naked eye like the label has been removed completely. Also you'd probably have a hard time reattaching the label and there would also be 2 center holes in the label at that point.
  • Whitebeard
Great album, very disappointed with the signature on the album, he only had to sign 1000.
  • Fiarynara
Just curious as to how many of you out there received this unsealed, and so tightly packed as to ding up one of the corners?
  • Flamehammer
Doh! Of course it has to be unsealed. I'll deal with the dings like everyone else.
  • Arashigore
Dinged corners, otherwise remarkably good condition for an unsealed record
  • Fearlesshunter
only got my copy a few days ago. was well packaged though. no damage.
  • PC-rider
Same issue with the corners, but trying to be OK with that. The records are good, and the package is signed.
  • BlessСhild
It's going to be unsealed as it was signed. (And fortunately, mine arrived with no dings to the corners!)
  • Anarasida
No shrink. One dented corner which isn't bad for airmail. Took 22 days after shipping notice though so I think they sent later than claimed
  • Yllk
same here. one corner slightly bent. OK by me, glad to have it. Took a while to get here thought. mailed on the 11th, arrived on the 29th.
  • Dibei
Mine was but I think with a record of this bulk sent by mail, its bound to happen. They did use a good sturdy mailer.
  • Roram
Received mine today, all corners are slightly dented. Not bothered by it much though...
  • deadly claw
is anybody else still waiting on this to be delivered? pledge music are the worst to deal with,,
  • Bumand
mine took two weeks to arrive, still no sign of the CD i ordered, i won't be ordering from pledge music again,
  • Mr_Mix
Mine arrived in Toronto today. Beautiful packaging on this release!
  • Gathris
£185 on day of release!?! Are these people crazy or what!?!
  • Vrion
Thank you very much for your post mate, I was gutted to have missed the coloured vinyl so am really delighted to have been able to order the picture disc-only 7 copies left when I ordered! Thanks again,made my day!! ????
  • Silver Globol
The picture disc artits edition is also available, they look rly great (limited to 250 only). And they have a regular price.
  • Eseve
Yes, those coloured ones sold out immediately, I've been waiting months to buy one, its a shame I have to drop £100+ extra on one for being a few minutes too late, particularly when these people didn't want the record in the first place. Liking UNKLE has become an expensive business!
  • Mr.Bean
Yes they are, http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/unkle-the-road-part-1/exclusives .But i'm sure they gona sell it later.