Wednesday, August 04, 2004

WITHIN WEEKS, THEY'LL BE RE-OPENING THE SHIPYARDS: So, the nme had already got the scoop on the big warchildmusic launch - the big kick off is going to be the first online availability of the 'Help' album from 1995, which we're not sure is such a hot property ten years later, because although we're delighted to be able to to get our hands on some rare Boo Radleys and Suede (Shipbuilding) tracks, the pulling factor of Terry Hall and Salad and, uh, Terrorvision might not be quite as great as it was. But at GBP3-50 for the whole album, you can't really complain, can you?

The tracklisting, in full:

* Oasis and Friends - 'Fade Away'
* Boo Radleys - 'Oh Brother'
* Stone Roses - 'Love Spreads'
* Radiohead - 'Lucky'
* Orbital - 'Adnan'
* Portishead - 'Mourning Air'
* Massive Attack - 'Fake The Aroma'
* Suede - 'Shipbuilding'
* The Charlatans - 'Time For Livin''
* Stereo MC's - 'Sweetest Truth (Show No Fear)'
* Sinead O'Connor - 'Ode To Billy Joe'
* The Levellers - 'Searchlights'
* Manic Street Preachers - 'Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head'
* Terrorvision - 'Tom Petty Loves Veruca Salt'
* The One World Orchestra - 'The Magnificent'
* Planet 4 Folk Quartet - 'Message To Crommie'
* Terry Hall and Salad - 'Dream A Little Dream'
* Neneh Cherry and Trout - '1,2,3,4,5'
* Blur - 'Eine Kleine Lift Musik'
* The Mojo Filters - 'Come Together'

It's worth remebering that "Oasis and Friends" and "the Mojo Filters" are various Gallaghers, Wellers and so on.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

'Oh Brother'by the Boos is a classic, one of the best things they ever did. It was a nice touch that they actually gave a decent track to the LP, unlike some of the others. Still, all for charidee. . .

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