Editors' Notes Already a well-established DJ to the stars, Mark Ronson has also proved himself to be one of the most compelling producers working today, unafraid to mix multiple genres, bringing together hip-hop, rock, funk, pop, and retro soul. Perhaps best known for his GRAMMY-winning work with UK songstress Amy Winehouse, he has also recorded extensively with MCs Saigon, Rhymefest, and Wale, among many others. On his third solo album, he adds a distinct '80s vibe to the mix, with lots of big synth lines running throughout the punchy drums and jangling guitars, while the jaw-dropping guest list includes old- school icons Boy George ("Somebody to Love Me") and Simon LeBon ("Record Collection"), crooner extraordinaire D'Angelo ("Glass Mountain Trust"), and Q-Tip on the single "Bang Bang Bang". Relentlessly upbeat, unpredictable, and easy to like, this is ideal 21st-century party music. Other features come from Ghostface, Spank Rock, Kyle Falconer, and the London Gay Men's Chorus.

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If It Wasn't For Bad
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3:42
 
Eight Hundred Dollar Shoes
2
3:22
 
Hey Ahab
3
5:39
 
Gone To Shiloh
4
4:50
 
Jimmie Rodgers' Dream
5
3:42
 
There's No Tomorrow
6
3:45
 
Monkey Suit
7
4:46
 
The Best Part Of The Day
8
4:45
 
A Dream Come True
9
5:06
 
When Love Is Dying
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4:50
 
I Should Have Sent Roses
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5:20
 
Hearts Have Turned To Stone
12
3:46
 
Never Too Old (To Hold Somebody)
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4:57
 
In The Hands Of Angels
14
4:43
 

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