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sjm


Mary of the 4th Form

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I'll check this tonight but how come http://www.bobgeldof.info/ratsalbums2005.htm says that "The album is also faithfully reproduced in the original running order.". Not true.


On the CD:


1. Looking After No. 1
2. Mary Of The 4th Form
3. Close As You'll Ever Be
4. Neon Heart
5. Joey's On The Streets Again
6. I Can Make It If You Can
7. Never Bite The Hand That Feeds
8. (She's Gonna) Do You In
9. Kicks


One the LP:


Side One
1 Lookin' After No. 1
2 Neon Heart
3 Joey's On The Street Again
4 Never Bites The Hand That Feeds
5 Mary of the 4th Form



Side Two
1 (She's Gonna) Do You In
2 Close as You'll Ever Be
3 I Can Make It If You Can
4 Kicks



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"I'll check this tonight but how come http://www.bobgeldof.info/ratsalbums2005.htm says that "The album is also faithfully reproduced in the original running order.". "


The promo copies were.


Sadly, the only one with the correct running order is Tonic for the Troops.  Even Surfacing isn't quite right.



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The reviewer, David Clancy, was correct in his comment about the running order of the album he received from us for the purpose of the review.  We were sent promo copies from Universal and we forwarded them to David. So in fact the running order was a David stated as this was the only information we had received up to that time.  Also you may have noticed that 2 of the bonus tracks on the promo review listing have differing titles from the re-released versions.  Track 10 on the promo was entitled Oh Yeah and now has the title Doin' It Right.  And track 12 had the title Sad Boys and is now A Second Time.  These are not different tracks, they are just differing titles.


Hope this clears it up for you.



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For those who want the first album on cd in original running order -


http://www.vinylexchange.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?ArtistID=&GenreID=360&IID=303062


 


 



-- Edited by ArrGee at 15:51, 2005-02-10

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Thanks for the hint - I bought one but "I Can Make It If You Can" is still wonky as per other thread.

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Don't know what you're talking about. But for me, CD tracks are in the same order as on promo CD (well, are these CDs really promo CDs?)


THX



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