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Ayrton Senna EP

Ayrton Senna EP
Released 2009
Genre Alternative dance, Balearic beat
Length 17:54
Label Mushroom Pillow
Producer Delorean
Delorean chronology

Transatlantic KK
Ayrton Senna EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cokemachineglow (78%) [1]
Consequence of Sound 4/5 stars [2]
Pitchfork Media (8.4/10) [3]

Ayrton Senna EP is the self-produced second extended play by Spanish alternative dance band Delorean, released in 2009 by Mushroom Pillow. Fool House distributed it worldwide. The title is named for the famous Brazilian Formula 1 driver. The EP received positive reviews from critics.

Track listing

There are two different versions of this EP, one contains:

No. Title Length
1. "Seasun"   4:27
2. "Deli"   4:39
3. "Big Dipper"   5:04
4. "Moonson"   3:44

Whilst the other contains:

No. Title Length
1. "Deli"   4:41
2. "Moonson"   3:47
3. "Seasun"   4:29
4. "Seasun" (John Talabot's Kids & Drums Remix) 7:26
5. "Big Dipper"   5:04


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