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Tame Impala Shares B-Side “List Of People (To Try And Forget About)” From Currents Collectors Edition

Today on Beats1, Zane Lowe shared Tame Impala's List Of People (To Try And Forget About) as his World Record. The track is a B-Side featured on the Collectors Edition of their critically acclaimed album Currents. Out today, the Currents Collectors Edition box set includes the album on limited edition red marbled vinyl with alternate artwork, a 12" featuring two remixes and a 7" and flexidisc with three b-sides. Plus a poster and a zine of images and scribbles offering a candid glimpse into the making of Currents.

The box set is available for purchase at Listen to Currents Collectors Edition here. Currents was written, recorded, produced and mixed by Kevin Parker in Fremantle, West Australia.

"[I]t's the result of a supernaturally talented obsessive trying to perfect music while redefining their relationship to album-oriented rock... Nearly every proper song on Currents is a revelatory statement of Parker's range and increasing expertise as a producer, arranger, songwriter, and vocalist while maintaining the essence of Tame Impala: Parker is just as irreverent working in soul and R&B as he is with psych-rock." - Pitchfork (Best New Music)

"[Parker] advocates for constant reinvention... That commitment to evolution helps make Tame Impala an unlikely but worthy candidate for major stardom." - NPR

"[A] near-perfect album... [Parker's] been called a visionary for years, but this is the ultimate proof he can see for miles and miles." - Paste

"Currents just might be the best thing Parker's released yet... Parker's music is in perpetual bloom." - Stereogum

"[A]n ethereal, insinuating vibe that feels like dropping in on an all-night rave." - Grantland

"From the crisp, hip-hop accenting on the drums to the full-bodied bass and vivid synths, 'Currents' is an audiophile's wet dream." - NME

"'Currents' is a tour de force for [Parker] and his gizmos." - New York Times

"[O]n Currents Parker showcases a knack for shaping intelligent pop songs." - Billboard