Two weeks back Mashup Industries released the ambient collection by the name of . Leaning heavily on waves and relaxed harmonies the album takes the concept of new age and mashes it with some of those very artists that helped guide us in our journeys. The collection features the likes of Morcheeba, Faithless and Johnny Cash, but Norwegian Recycling's contribution, a song combining Howie Day, the Staple Singers and Radiohead's "High and Dry" is one such song that reminds you that history is well worth revisiting.
If I may indulge myself in making a suggestion: listen to the song, then find an album that you haven't listened to in years and refresh yourself with why you loved it in the first place. At the very least it might resurrect some good memories--really, what have you got to lose?
Norwegian Recycling "Radioghost"