expanded with a special tip of the hat to the fans of the original release. Citizen Dick – "Touch Me I'm Dick" (first time on CD)2. Paul Westerberg – "Waiting for Somebody" (score acoustic) – (previously unreleased)11. Mike Mc Cready – "Singles Blues 1" (previously unreleased)15.
(The song is a snarky take on Mudhoney's "Touch Me, I'm Sick.")The set will also feature new liner notes and a track-by-track breakdown of its songs by Crowe.
contains 10-15 songs, then a single (depending on the format) usually contains two songs.
It means that, despite this teasing message on Facebook ("Are you ready for an exciting new year? Well, brand new track 'Just Like Fire' was released earlier this year.
Recorded for the aforementioned Disney title, it's the first proper single release we've had from Pink since 2013's 'True Love'. There are no less than four brand new tracks registered by the pair, including 'Where We Go' and 'Casualty'.
The vinyl edition will feature all of the original music and include a CD of the bonus disc. Mother Love Bone – "Chloe Dancer"/"Crown of Thorns"7.
The rarities include Cornell's 1992 EP, Poncier (named after Matt Dillon's character in the movie, Cliff Poncier), which features an early version of "Spoonman." For the first time on CD, it will also include "Touch Me I'm Dick," the song by the movie's fictional grunge band Citizen Dick that included Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament backing "frontman" Dillon.
It subsequently hit number-one in every country that it charted in and became the biggest selling single of all-time since the UK and US charts began in the 1950s, with sales of 33 million.
A new, two-disc deluxe edition of the soundtrack to Singles – Cameron Crowe's look at Generation X living in early Nineties Seattle – will feature previously unreleased songs by Mudhoney, Chris Cornell, Paul Westerberg and Pearl Jam's Mike Mc Cready, among others. "The album itself was always designed to be sort of an anti-soundtrack, more like a souvenir and a simple mix-tape of some of Seattle's finest," Crowe said in a statement. Alice In Chains – "It Ain't Like That" (live) – (first time on CD)8.
Hope you enjoy the trip back as much as I did – viva Seattle! Paul Westerberg – "Lost in Emily's Words" (previously unreleased)17.
"The release, which will be available digitally, as well as a two-CD and two-LP set, features a bonus disc of previously unreleased songs and other rarities, including songs heard in the film but not on the original 13-track release. Chris Cornell – "Ferry Boat #3" (previously unreleased)18.
and its follow-up have topped six million sales worldwide, making him one of the best-selling male artists in music right now. Yeah, 'Uptown Funk' with Mark Ronson was a deserved global smash last year, but we've been waiting way too long for album number three.