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The Verve - Urban Hymns (6 x 12" VINYL LP BOXSET)


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LP1: (Remastered album)
Side A
1. Bitter Sweet Symphony
2. Sonnet
3. The Rolling People

Side B
4. The Drugs Don't Work
5. Catching the Butterfly
6. Neon Wilderness

Side C
7. Space and Time
8. Weeping Willow
9. Lucky Man
10. One Day

Side D
11. This Time
12. Velvet Morning
13. Come On

LP2: (B-sides, session tracks issued in 2004*)
Side A
1. Lord I Guess I'll Never Know
2. Country Song
3. Bitter Sweet Symphony (James Lavelle Remix)
4. So Sister

Side B
5. Echo Bass
6. Three Steps
7. The Crab
8. Stamped

Side C
9. The Drugs Don’t Work – original demo
10. Never Wanna See You Cry
11. (Bitter Sweet Symphony) MSG
12. The Longest Day

Side D
13. Lucky Man (Happiness More or Less)
14. Bitter Sweet Symphony (extended version)
15. This Could Be My Moment*
16. Monte Carlo*

LP3: (ive at Haigh Hall – PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
Side A
1. This Is Music
2. Space and Time
3. Catching the Butterfly
4. Sonnet

Side B
5. The Rolling People
6. Neon Wilderness
7. Weeping Willow
8. The Drugs Don't Work
9. Lucky Man

Side C
10. Life's an Ocean
11. Velvet Morning
12. Bitter Sweet Symphony

Side D
13. One Day
14. History
15. Come On

3 x double LPs
Discs 1+2 - Original album (remastered)
Discs 3+4 - All the b-sides (and more)
Discs 5-6 - Live at Haigh Hall 24.5.98 (previously unreleased)

The Verve’s 1997 album Urban Hymns, released on September 29th 1997, was one such record. It captured the mood and spirit of the times with songs of an emotional and musical depth that touched a raw nerve throughout the world and ensured this band would graduate from highly respected indie favourites to a genuine rock colossus. A certified classic, Urban Hymns is one of the 20 biggest-selling albums ever in the UK (now 11 times platinum) and has sold over ten million copies worldwide. The album spawned three highly successful singles. The first was the epoch-making worldwide smash Bitter Sweet Symphony, which trailered the album and became the sound of the summer. It was followed in the UK by The Drugs Don’t Work (No. 1) and Lucky Man (No. 7). 20 years on the strength of the writing, the quality of the ensemble playing and sensitive production ensure the album sounds as riveting as ever and to mark this anniversary, Virgin/USM are releasing a remastered version of the album with a bounty of bonus materia.

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