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"Walking with a Ghost" is a song by Tegan and Sara, from their 2004 album So Jealous mostly written by Sara Quin, although credited to both band members, which was released as a single in 2005. The song appears on the soundtrack for the 2005 movie Monster-in-Law and was also used in the season 3 promo for Medium.
"Walking with a Ghost" was also the subject of a popular mashup when Party Ben combined Tegan and Sara's version with Mylo's track "Paris Four Hundred". Renamed "Walking with a Ghost in Paris", the track was so successful that the label considered releasing it officially.
- "Walking with a Ghost" – 2:30
- "Love Type Thing" – 1:47
Walking with a Ghost is an EP by the American alternative rock band The White Stripes and was released in December 2005, six months after Get Behind Me Satan, on V2. The cover by The White Stripes includes a music video.
|Pitchfork Media||13 Dec 05|
All songs by Jack White, except where noted.
- "Walking with a Ghost" (Sara Quin, Tegan Quin) – 2:47
- "Same Boy You've Always Known" (live) – 3:12
- "As Ugly as I Seem" (live) – 5:04
- "The Denial Twist" (live) – 2:35
- "Screwdriver" (live) – 5:15
- "Shelter of Your Arms" – 3:30 (extra track on the Japanese edition of the EP)
- Tracks three and four recorded live on August 15, 2005 (broadcast September 6, 2005) for Los Angeles' 89.9 KCRWradio show
- Tracks two and five recorded live on June 1, 2005 in Manaus, Brazil; the latter includes a performance of "Passive Manipulation"
- All live tracks also appear as B-sides on singles from the Get Behind Me Satan record.
Only the White Stripes worked on the album. They contributed as follows:
- Jack White – vocals, guitar, piano
- Meg White – drums, bongos, percussion