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"The icon that is k.d. lang was on the first ever list of dream guests for this podcast and remarkably this week our dream came true," says Chris Sweeney, co-host, with Alan Cumming, of the podcast Homo Sapiens. lang spoke with Sweeney about her role as an LGBTQ+ pioneer and how things have changed since she came out publicly in the 1990s. They also discuss makeover, her recently released collection of classic dance remixes, which Sweeney calls "totally brilliant." You can hear their conversation here.

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"The icon that is k.d. lang was on the first ever list of dream guests for this podcast and remarkably this week our dream came true," says Chris Sweeney, co-host, with Alan Cumming, of the podcast Homo Sapiens. lang spoke with Sweeney about her role as an LGBTQ+ pioneer and how things have changed since she came out publicly in the 1990s. They also discuss makeover, lang's recently released collection of classic dance remixes, which Sweeney calls "totally brilliant." You can hear their conversation in two parts below.

Released ahead of Pride Month earlier this year, makeover brings together for the first time remixes of some of k.d. lang's best-loved songs, made between 1992 and 2000. You can hear it and get it here.

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k.d. lang: 'Homo Sapiens' podcast, August 2021
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    Listen: k.d. lang Talks with 'Homo Sapiens' Podcast

    "The icon that is k.d. lang was on the first ever list of dream guests for this podcast and remarkably this week our dream came true," says Chris Sweeney, co-host, with Alan Cumming, of the podcast Homo Sapiens. lang spoke with Sweeney about her role as an LGBTQ+ pioneer and how things have changed since she came out publicly in the 1990s. They also discuss makeover, lang's recently released collection of classic dance remixes, which Sweeney calls "totally brilliant." You can hear their conversation in two parts below.

    Released ahead of Pride Month earlier this year, makeover brings together for the first time remixes of some of k.d. lang's best-loved songs, made between 1992 and 2000. You can hear it and get it here.

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