Listen: WhoMadeWho and Mark Lanegan Release Covers of “Deep Black Vanishing Train” and “Below the Cherry Moon” for Charity

December 6th, 2012
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Danish trio WhoMadeWho and Mark Lanegan have covered each other’s songs for release on a limited edition red 7″ vinyl with all of the proceeds going to Amnesty International.
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The 1,111 hand numbered copies of the vinyl are available for purchase now, and after December 31st both tracks will also be available digitally. WhoMadeWho offers a reworking of Mark Lanegan’s “Deep Black Vanishing Train,” while Lanegan adds a cover of WhoMadeWho’s “Below the Cherry Moon,” from the band’s 2012 album Brighter.

Take a listen to both tracks below.


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