Twenty experimental artists have been asked to cover their favorite pop tunes.
The label asked each artist to pick a track from the past that held a "particular significance" to them, leading to a number of classic rock picks from each of the past three decades. Fennesz, for one, takes on A-ha, while Pansonic's Mika Vainio turns Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" into a spooky, spare track. To make it even more special, though, the results (all mastered by Rashad Becker at Dubplates and Mastering) have been collected in a limited edition box set of 500. So, the only way you're going to get them is to shell out the £60 price tag…or wait for them to inevitably leak to the internet.
BJNilsen - Heart and Soul (Joy Division)
People Like Us & Ergo Phizmiz - Mull of Kintyre (Wings)
Fennesz - Hunting High and Low (A-ha)
:Zoviet*france - Bomber (Motörhead)
Ryoji Ikeda - Back in Black (AC/DC)
Mika Vainio - Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush)
Robert Henke - Lucifer (Alan Parsons)
Susan Stenger - My Sharona (The Knack)
Jenny Hoysten's Paradise Island - Dream Tree (Buffy Ste. Marie)
alva noto - Planet Rock (Afrika Bambaata)
Matmos - C30, C60, C90, Go! (Bow Wow Wow)
Barbara Morgenstern - Temptation (New Order)
Carter Tutti - Lucifer Sam (Pink Floyd)
Robert Lippok and Caroline Thorpe - Freedom! '90 (Wham!)
snd - Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)
Richard Chartier and CoH - Bleak is My Favourite Cliché (Soft Cell)
Momus and Germlin - Ashes to Ashes (David Bowie)
Jason Forrest - Damn Love (10cc)
J.G. Thirlwell - Warm Leatherette (The Normal)
Jóhann Jóhannsson - Souvenir (OMD)
Recovery is out now on Fractured Recordings.