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Adult Swim Singles Program 2011

Adult Swim Singles Program 2011
Compilation album by Adult Swim Music
Released June 6, 2011 – August 16, 2011
Genre Indie rock, electronic, folk, rap, experimental, heavy metal
Label Williams Street
Adult Swim Music chronology
Metal Swim
(2010)
Adult Swim Singles Program 2011
(2011)
{UNCLASSIFIED}
(2011)

Adult Swim Singles Program 2011 is a series of free download single releases in which the Cartoon Network franchise Adult Swim released a song from a different artist every Tuesday from June 6, 2011 to August 2, 2011. The series followed the success of the first series, Adult Swim Singles Program 2010. Both series were presented by Kia Motors. Each single originally had to be downloaded separately.[1]

On August 16, 2011, the bonus track "On The Run" by Cerebral Ballzy was released, as well as an option to download all the singles as one album.[2]

Each single had its own cover art by Jacob Escobedo.[1]

Track listing

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "Too Much MIDI (Please Forgive Me)"   Ford & Lopatin 4:13
2. "Gone Again"   Best Coast 2:29
3. "Us in the Sense of Forever"   How to Dress Well 3:56
4. "Deathbound"   Mastodon 2:44
5. "Hanging On"   Active Child 5:26
6. "Weather of a Killing Kind"   The Tallest Man on Earth 3:34
7. "How Deep Is Your Love?" (Emperor Machine remix edit) The Rapture 5:01
8. "Wizard"   Clams Casino 3:38
9. "We Can't Stop"   jj (feat. Ne-Yo) 5:20
10. "drones over BKLYN" (censored mix) El-P 5:54
11. "On The Run"   Cerebral Ballzy 2:02

References

  1. ^ a b "Adult Swim Singles 2011". Adultswim.com. Retrieved 2012-09-28. 
  2. ^ "Various – Adult Swim Singles Program 2011 (File, MP3) at Discogs". Discogs.com. 2011-08-16. Retrieved 2012-09-28. 
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