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Tracklist

1 Starlings 5:08
2 The Bones Of You 5:05
3 An Audience With The Pope 4:23
4 Tower Crane Driver 5:32
5 Mirrorball 5:50
6 Some Riot 3:09
7 The Fix 5:38
8 Friend Of Ours 4:51
9 Selfish Lower 3:26
10 Lullaby 3:15
11 Grounds For Divorce 3:26
12 Eavesdropping 5:54
13 Tweaks And Repairs 6:36
14 Weather To Fly 4:59
15 Into My Arms 1:52
16 Seldom Seen Kid 3:36

Notes

Test pressing of the early recordings for the album The Seldom Seen Kid. All tracks are different from the tracks that appear on the official release of the album The Seldom Seen Kid. Tracks 9, 12, 13 and 15 have never been released. Track 10 has been released as a b-side for the CD-single One Day Like This, in a different version. The song One Day Like This is not on this test pressing. Track 16 (Seldom Seen Kid) is a different version of Grounds For Divorce.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1764098, 0-06025-1764098-6 Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid ‎(CD, Album, Sup) Fiction Records, Fiction Records 1764098, 0-06025-1764098-6 Europe 2008
1764728 Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid ‎(2x12", Album, RE) Fiction Records 1764728 UK & Europe 2012
none Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo) Fiction Records none Europe Unknown
1764252, 0-06025-1764252-2 Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid ‎(CD, Album, Sup) Fiction Records, Fiction Records 1764252, 0-06025-1764252-2 Europe Unknown
none Elbow The Seldom Seen Kid ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Smplr) Fiction Records none Europe 2008


Elbow's debut album Asleep in the Back was released in May 2001 on V2 Records. The album was written over the course of six years, and contains six rerecorded tracks from the Real World Studios sessions The band's second album Cast of Thousands was released in August 2003. The song was originally recorded for the Cast of Thousands record but omitted from the final album as the band felt it did not fit; the political lyrics suited the Warchild compilation. In 2009 Elbow contributed their cover of U2's "Running to Stand Still" to War Child Presents Heroes. Garvey explained: "When the band first met each other aged 17, Mark and Craig's father Gareth would lend us his Volvo to get our gear around.

All tracks are different from the tracks that appear on the official release of the album The Seldom Seen Kid. Tracks 9, 12, 13 and 15 have never been released. Track 10 has been released as a b-side for the CD-single One Day Like This, in a different version. The song One Day Like This is not on this test pressing. Track 16 (Seldom Seen Kid) is a different version of Grounds For Divorce. Category 1764098, 0-06025-1764098-6. 1764252, 0-06025-1764252-2.

An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though album sales in the 21st-century have mostly focused on CD and MP3 formats.

Considering the ubiquity of Elbow’s 2008 mega-breakthrough album ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’ and its 2011 follow-up ‘Build A Rocket Boys!’, it can be easy to forget that the Bury band have been plugging away since 1997 and have released five albums of lush, orchestral chamber-pop. Excitingly, Elbow have just announced details of a brand new album – their sixth – and an arena tour for April 2014.

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Album art is a good time to invest a bit of money into your project. This could be a fee for using someone’s painting, hiring a photographer to shoot your band, or spending a bit of cash to make the perfect album image on your own. Or you could always do what Future did and find the perfect album art on Shutterstock. You tracks may get lost in the mix on the bigger streaming platforms where you’re up against thousands of other tracks with unique titles. Check twice and release once! Make sure you have all your track titles figured out and formatted in advance of releasing. 7. Is Your Release Going to be a Single, EP or Album? The difference between singles, albums and EPs is an interesting subject.

The Take Off And Landing Of Everything, Elbow’s sixth album, is out on Monday (March 10) – in this archive piece from Uncut’s August 2011 issue (Take 171), Guy Garvey, Mark Potter and Craig Potter stroll through two decades’ worth of musical memories. We’ve never had the word ‘can’t’ bandied around the room, says Garvey. It’s like a red rag to a bull. Interview: Graeme Thomson ELBOW The Newborn EP (Ugly Man, 2000) Having been dropped by Island Records without even releasing an album, Elbow sign to local indie label Ugly Man. The proggy title track on their second EP proves a watershed.

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While technically not an album, but an EP - the first ever to debut atop the Billboard 200 albums chart - Alice in Chains’ presence on this list goes to show how far a little concision goes even after the AOR era. Jar of Flies contained all-time AIC classics like Nutshell and No Excuses, and set the tone for more sprawling, harrowing later works like their 1996 MTV Unplugged se. Now, it’s universally acclaimed, maybe because the album hits it and quits it at seven tracks before it goes too far off the rails with its incendiary themes and musical eccentricities. John Coltrane, Giant Steps (1960). Coltrane would go on from Giant Steps to release mind-shattering improvisations and compositions that challenged Western tonality, listeners’ patience and what even constitutes music.