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The The - 45 RPM (The Singles Of The The)

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Record Details
Artist: The The
Title: 45 RPM (The Singles Of The The)
Format: 2xCD
Label: Epic / Lazarus
Cat No: 504469 9 / 504469 9
Released: May 2002
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Genres: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
   
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Comments 24 bit digitally remastered collection. Limited hardback edition. Tracks 1-13, 1-14 and 1-15 previously unreleased.

From the thethe.com archives:
1-01: The original Epic single produced by Mike Thorne and recorded in New York in 1982. This version is actually a previously unreleased edit between the 7" and 12" versions. It features the haunting saxophone solo of Crispin Ciao, which some people seem to actually prefer to the Jools Holland solo on the later version.
1-02: The original Epic single produced by Mike Thorne in New York, but radically overhauled bt Paul Hardiman and Matt back in London in 1982. Features the brilliant harmonica playing of ex-New York Doll, David Johanson.
1-03: A previously unreleased edit of this infamously banned single. Produced in New York by Roli Mosimann and Matt.
1-04: Extra loud version of this classic track. Produced by Warne Livesey and Matt.
1-05: A new edit combines the album and single versions of one of TheThe's most famous singles.
1-06: A previously unreleased edit of this banned single.
1-07: One of TheThe's biggest hits of the 80's and featuring the classic Johnson/Marr/Eller/Palmer line up.
1-08: Sweat soaked hit from the Dusk album. Extra loud.
1-09: The last time the Johnson/Marr/Eller/Palmer line up were ever to play together. Probably one of TheThe's most underrated singles. Featuring the beautiful harmonica melodies of Johnny Marr.
1-10: Considered by many to be TheThe's finest ever song.
1-11: Previously known as That Was The Day, this newer version of the song is actually still TheThe's biggest British hit to date-
1-12: A huge international hit. Could have been written for Matt by the late Hank Williams.
1-13: A brand new version of the song first featured in NakedSelf. Produced by TheThe's notorious ex-bass player James Eller and featuring the mesmerising duet between Matt and the brilliant Liz Horsman.
1-14: Earmarked to become yet another TheThe classic. A direct descendant of Heartland. Produced by the legendary production team of Clive Langer & Alan Winstanley and featuring the Johnson/Schermerhorn/Campbell/Harvin line up.
1-15: Also produced by Langer & Winstanley with the Johnson/Schermerhorn/Campbell/Harvin line up, but this time featuring the wonderful Angela McCluskey.
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