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ORANGE JUICE ...Coals To Newcastle (2010) (DOMINO RECORDS) (143 TRACKS) NEW 6CD + 1DVD BOX


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ORANGE JUICE ...Coals To Newcastle (2010) (DOMINO RECORDS) (143 TRACKS) NEW 6CD + 1DVD BOX

...Coals To Newcastle (2010) (DOMINO RECORDS) (143 TRACKS) (7PC, With DVD)
Orange Juice

Label: Domino
Release Date: 11/22/2010
UPC: 801390027628

Product Description:

...COALS TO NEWCASTLE is the comprehensive seven-disc anthology of one of the finest groups of all-time, Orange Juice. The boxed set is made up of 6 CD's and one DVD that contain all of the band's recorded output: the early singles, the three studio albums, THE TEXAS FEVER EP, a full complement of B-sides, a handful of demos and different mixes, a disc of BBC sessions, live footage of their four performances at The Old Grey Whistle Test, and a very 80's rare posthumous concert video "Dada with the Juice" that the final incarnation of the band made. The DVD also contains videos for "Rip It Up" and "What Presence?!".

When the band split up in January of 1985, it didn't seem too likely that they would become one of the more influential bands of the era. Yes, their early singles on the tiny Postcard label generated some excitement, and they had a bona fide chart hit with the 1983's single "Rip It Up," but their career had mostly come to a sputtering halt outside the lens of the public eye. One short year later, with the rise of C-86 and the early indie pop bands, the brightly scrappy attitude and scruffily melodic sound of early Orange Juice suddenly became popular again. Fast forward to the mid-90's and Belle & Sebastian, then Franz Ferdinand and more, to see that the Orange Juice legacy lives on as strongly as ever. The songs of Edwyn Collins (and those of James Kirk) have been required listening for a large number of great pop bands. Thanks to the release of 2005's THE GLASGOW SCHOOL, which made all the band's early recordings widely available for the first time, even more bands were able to draw inspiration from the band and their sound. In 2010, all the band's recorded output was finally made easily accessible.

Put together in part by Edwyn Collins, the box set ...COALS TO NEWCASTLE to Newcastle is beautiful to look at, wonderful to listen to, and basically a dream come true for Orange Juice fans who weren't able to get a hold of the original albums or the Japanese CD reissues. Even if you did own either of those, ...COALS is still worth seeking out for all the extras.

THE GLASGOW SCHOOL is included as the first disc, and it's still amazing to hear all the singles and demos cut in that short period of time (between 1980 and 1981) all strung together. Songs like "Blue Boy," "Falling and Laughing," and "Lovesick" bubble and pop in a brilliant mix of wise-ass punk and off-kilter disco, at once creating and defining a new kind of pop. The joy and energy that radiate from these tracks is life-affirming. While common wisdom states that the Postcard singles were the artistic high point of the band, the three albums and EP that the revamped (and shifting) band produced are perfectly good, even sometimes great. In fact, you'd be hard pressed to find a better early - 80's pop album that their debut, YOU CAN'T HIDE YOUR LOVE FOREVER. Hearing the discs one after the other with all the assorted B-sides, live cuts, and spare tracks, you can see the progression the band makes from lo-fi kids thrashing about in the studio to polished pros.

Recording information: Berwick Street Studios, London (04/1980); Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh (04/1980); Hellfire Club, Glasgow (04/1980); RAK Studios, London (04/1980); Regents Park Studios, London (04/1980); Berwick Street Studios, London (05/1981); Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh (05/1981); Hellfire Club, Glasgow (05/1981); RAK Studios, London (05/1981); Regents Park Studios, London (05/1981); Berwick Street Studios, London (07/1981); Castle Sound Studios, Edinburgh (07/1981); Hellfire Club, Glasgow (07/1981); RAK Studios, London (07/1981); Regents Park Studios, London (07/1981).

Track Listing:

Disc 1: (CD)

1. Falling and Laughing - 4:00
2. Moscow - 2:01
3. Moscow Olympics - 2:07
4. Felicity [Live] - 2:48
5. Blue Boy - 2:53
6. Lovesick - 2:27
7. Simply Thrilled Honey - 2:43
8. Breakfast Time - 1:56
9. Poor Old Soul, Pt. 1 - 2:29
10. Poor Old Soul, Pt. 2 - 2:39
11. Louise Louise - 2:50
12. Three Cheers For Our Side - 2:52
13. To Put It in a Nutshell - 4:06
14. Satellite City - 2:42
15. Consolation Prize - 3:10
16. Holiday Hymn - 3:00
17. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 1 - 1:14
18. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 2 - 3:22
19. Wan Light - 2:30
20. Dying Day - 3:09
21. Texas Fever - 1:44
22. Tender Object - 4:41
23. Poor Old Soul [French Version] - 2:35
24. Poor Old Soul [Instrumental Version] - 4:25
25. Simply Thrilled Honey [Live] - 2:39
26. Botswana [Live] - 1:15
27. Time To Develop [Live] - 1:46
28. Blue Boy [Live] - 3:00

Disc 2: (CD)

1. Falling and Laughing - 3:51
2. Untitled Melody - 2:07
3. Wan Light - 2:24
4. Tender Object - 4:25
5. Dying Day - 3:00
6. L.O.V.E. Love - 3:33
7. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 1 - 1:09
8. Upwards and Onwards - 2:25
9. Satellite City - 2:41
10. Three Cheers For Our Side - 2:50
11. Consolation Prize - 2:52
12. Felicity - 2:35
13. In a Nutshell - 4:19
14. Intuition Told Me, Pt. 2 - 3:17
15. Moscow - 2:03
16. You Old Eccentric - 2:41
17. Two Hearts Together [10" Version] - 4:06
18. I Can't Help Myself [7" Version] - 3:30
19. Tongues Begin To Wag - 4:15
20. Barbeque - 4:50

Disc 3: (CD)

1. Rip It Up - 5:20
2. A Million Pleading Faces - 3:15
3. Mud In Your Eye - 3:47
4. Turn Away - 3:28
5. Breakfast Time - 5:10
6. I Can't Help Myself - 5:07
7. Flesh of My Flesh - 3:13
8. Louise Louise - 2:55
9. Hokoyo - 5:07
10. Tenterhook - 5:05
11. Rip It Up [12" Version] - 3:53
12. Snake Charmer - 4:45
13. Lovesick [Re-Recording] - 2:15
14. Flesh of My Flesh [7" Version] - 3:16
15. Lord John White and the Bottleneck Train [12" Version] - 4:42
16. Flesh of My Flesh [12" Version] - 4:19
17. All That Ever Mattered - 7:25

Disc 4: (CD)

1. Bridge - 3:38
2. Craziest Feeling - 3:01
3. Punch Drunk - 3:34
4. The Day I Went Down To Texas - 2:41
5. A Place In My Heart - 3:01
6. A Sad Lament - 4:45
7. Out For the Count - 4:45
8. Bridge [Summer '83 Version] - 3:27
9. Poor Old Soul [Re-Recording] - 3:14
10. Leaner Period - 3:46
11. Move Yourself - 3:13
12. The Day I Went Down To Texas [Flexi Version] - 2:53
13. Craziest Feeling - 3:03
14. Bridge - 3:35
15. The Day I Went Down To Texas - 2:43
16. A Place In My Heart - 3:00
17. Out For the Count - 3:55
18. Punch Drunk - 3:32

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