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Featuring eleven mostly self-written tracks, Outta Sync reflects Letts' myriad tastes and interests, as well as his unique worldview. It also highlights an intriguing array of guests: the legendary Terry Hall of The Specials, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne makes an appearance, as does lovers rock queen Hollie Cook. Don co-wrote the song "Situationist" with Zoe Devlin Love, previously of Alabama 3. Keeping it in the family is Don's daughter Honor, who sings on the sitar-studded electronic groove "Civilization." Gaudi complements all this playing piano and synthesizers across the entire album. Collectively, it's a snapshot of who Don Letts really is in the here and now. Letts says, "For better or worse this is me, although I ain't saying I've got it down, as the lyrics in the single's chorus readily acknowledge. Ultimately the album's a soundtrack to my mind with some cool bass lines, mirroring the sum total of my cultural journey and reflecting the duality of my existence, which is Black and British."
Featuring eleven mostly self-written tracks, Outta Sync reflects Letts' myriad tastes and interests, as well as his unique worldview. It also highlights an intriguing array of guests: the legendary Terry Hall of The Specials, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne makes an appearance, as does lovers rock queen Hollie Cook. Don co-wrote the song "Situationist" with Zoe Devlin Love, previously of Alabama 3. Keeping it in the family is Don's daughter Honor, who sings on the sitar-studded electronic groove "Civilization." Gaudi complements all this playing piano and synthesizers across the entire album. Collectively, it's a snapshot of who Don Letts really is in the here and now. Letts says, "For better or worse this is me, although I ain't saying I've got it down, as the lyrics in the single's chorus readily acknowledge. Ultimately the album's a soundtrack to my mind with some cool bass lines, mirroring the sum total of my cultural journey and reflecting the duality of my existence, which is Black and British."
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Outta Sync
Artist: Don Letts
Format: CD
New: Available $15.05
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DISC: 1

1. Outta Sync
2. Something Coming Off (feat. Hollie Cook)
3. The Universe Knows What You've Done (ft. Terry Hall)
4. Crooked Face
5. Yes
6. Situationist (ft. Zoe Devlin Love)
7. The Doorman (ft. Terry Hall)
8. No Fooling Me (ft. Hollie Cook)
9. Wrong
10. Civilization (ft. Honor Letts)
11. Present Dilemmas (ft. Wayne Coyne)

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Featuring eleven mostly self-written tracks, Outta Sync reflects Letts' myriad tastes and interests, as well as his unique worldview. It also highlights an intriguing array of guests: the legendary Terry Hall of The Specials, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne makes an appearance, as does lovers rock queen Hollie Cook. Don co-wrote the song "Situationist" with Zoe Devlin Love, previously of Alabama 3. Keeping it in the family is Don's daughter Honor, who sings on the sitar-studded electronic groove "Civilization." Gaudi complements all this playing piano and synthesizers across the entire album. Collectively, it's a snapshot of who Don Letts really is in the here and now. Letts says, "For better or worse this is me, although I ain't saying I've got it down, as the lyrics in the single's chorus readily acknowledge. Ultimately the album's a soundtrack to my mind with some cool bass lines, mirroring the sum total of my cultural journey and reflecting the duality of my existence, which is Black and British."

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