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what's your favourite b-side from any album?
okay i know this is going to clash with my music taste but i like spinning in circles by inme. go on then rip me to pieces for saying i like InMe
neevr heard of InMe...
mine would be.....miss moneypenny by Placebo, please do not rip me for liking Placebo
ill send you some InMe I think you might like it.
everyone post something here! you all must have a favourite b-side, SURELY!
Don't Stand Me Down by The Bluetones. Say what you like about me for liking The Bluetones.
I also like Nifkins Bridge. So there.
well i wouldn't mock you for liking any of them, i haven't heard of nifkins bridge, i am so ignorant when it comes to to bands.
officially the Best B-Side Ever BG. You knows it.
don't make me hurt someone
you lack-of-Bluetones-knowledge-bastard. Go and stick Don't Stand Me Down on. Now. You'll see.
have b-sides? Are we working on vinyl currency?
some albums have b-sides! i certainly know placebo do.
by Manic Street Preachers. Ace. I'm crap at listening to B-sides though, I hardly ever do it.
own any albums that haven't been burned from the computer so i have a lack of b-sides
probably 'Edam Anchorman/All The Shit U Do' is my favourite but i LOVE b-sides. Love.
"all the shit you do" is lyrics to an avril lavigne song, and before you ask, yes, i AM ashamed to know that.
is "blue shadows" by the bluetones.
it's the song off the three amigos!
beat you chris_is_cool :P
good night all xx
over took now hedgehog! lol!
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But honourable mentions to...
The Amazing Sounds of Orgy
Radiohead - the best B-sides band ever.
I Am A Wicked Child
How I Made My Millions
i could go on
as they were all kept in print for years and years and years but what i wouldn't give for a comprehensive 2-disc b-sides collection.
hint, i agree, i'm sure i used to have EMI's number on my phone, are they even still on EMI?
prologue to history. should really have been on the album in place of.. er.. about half the tracks on it.
actually, a lot of the b-sides from that era were pretty good. i really liked the one with sophie ellis bexter as well.
crazy beat i think.
Killer Cars (both versions)
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Also UNKLE's 'The Knock on Effect' reworking of 'The Knock' from the Psyence Fiction album...
Followed closely by
Bawl - fat boy.