album notes

Initially released as a double vinyl album, Twin Freaks saw Paul in partnership with the DJ and producer Freelance Hellraiser, alias Roy Kerr. Best-known at the time for his genre-defying mash-up album A Stroke Of Genius, Kerr had become a sought-after remixer. In the summer of 2004, he toured Europe with Paul, opening each show with a 25-minute set of remixed McCartney songs, the tour culminating with a famous headline performance at Glastonbury. The album consisted of 12 re-worked and re-invented classics from Paul's back catalogue, the credits on the album not giving the listener any clues as to who did what on each track. ‘Really Love You’, the first single to be released, was a remix of a track taken from Paul’s 1997 album Flaming Pie.

All tracks composed by Paul McCartney except:
Really Love You composed by Paul McCartney & Richard Starkey
Long Haired Lady composed by Paul McCartney & Linda McCartney
Live And Let Die composed by Paul McCartney & Linda McCartney
What's That You're Doing composed by Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney
Mumbo composed by Paul McCartney & Linda McCartney
Executive Producer: Paul McCartney
Produced by Freelance Hellraiser
Mixed by Clive Goddard at Hog Hill Mill Studios
Mastered by Peter Mew, Abbey Road Studios

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