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A1: A New Error
A2: Rusty Nails
A4: Slow Match (Feat. Paul St. Hilaire)
A5: 3 Minutes Of
A6: Nasty Silence
B1: Sick With It (Feat. Dellé Aka Eased From Seeed)
B4: Les Grandes Marches
B7: Out Of Sight
In recording Moderat’s self-titled album, the three men began by renting studio space at the legendary Berlin Hansa studios (where bowie recorded heroes) in order to record the album in analog with the help of the studio’s vintage tube technology and an old EMI console from 1972, restored especially for Moderat. American software designer, Joshua Kit Clayton, was hired to program a superb reverb algorithm specifically for the recording process of this album.