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Old 05-09-2008, 05:31 AM   #16
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U2 - Bass Trap, Luminous Times, Spanish Eyes, Lady With The Spinning Head
Springsteen - Held Up Without A Gun, Be True, Shut Out The Light, 30 Days Out
Porcupine Tree - Drown With Me, Half Light
Led Zeppelin - Hey Hey What Can I Do
Oasis - Masterplan, Rockin' Chair, Acquiesce, Half The World Away, Let's All Make Believe
Coldplay - One I Love, The World Turned Upside Down, Sleeping Sun, Gravity
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Pick up Oasis' The Masterplan CD. Many of those B-sides are crackin' tunes, and better than some bands' A-sides.
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Led Zeppelin - Hey Hey What Can I Do?
The Beatles - Rain
Def Leppard - Tear It Down (1988 version)
The Alarm - Room At The Top
U2 - Spanish Eyes
U2 - Lady With The Spinning Head
U2 - The Sweetest Thing (1987 version)
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Bloc Party - Atonement, The Once And Future King, Version 2.0, We Were Lovers, Cain Said To Abel, Secrets

R.E.M. - First We Take Manhattan (Leonard Cohen cover)
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Originally posted by Reggie Thee Dog
Def Leppard - Tear It Down (1988 version)
although, I've only heard the Adrenalize version and it rocks too!

As for my list, I don't think I know b-sides of too many bands but anyway, here goes...

Oasis - Talk Tonight, Going Nowhere, Listen Up, Rockin' Chair, Half The World Away, The Masterplan
Radiohead - Cuttooth, Fog
Coldplay - Gravity, Sleeping Sun, Crests of Waves
The Beatles - Rain, The Inner Light
Led Zeppelin - Traveling Riverside Blues (may not be a b-side but it is my fav non-album song of theirs!)
U2 - Love Comes Tumbling, Deep In The Heart, Luminous Times, Walk To The Water, Spanish Eyes, Lady With The Spinning Head, Satellite Of Love, Even Better Than The Real Thing (Perfecto Mix), Holy Joe (Guilty Mix)....... too many to list
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This is the second song on News of the World.

I was under the impression we were talking about songs that aren't on actual albums...
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Keane - Something in me was Dying
Keane - Fly to Me
Keane - Under Pressure
U2 - Party Girl
U2 - Spanish Eyes
U2 - Walk to the Water
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James - Runaground
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Ooooh....and U2 again....Deep in the heart
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Old 05-10-2008, 05:16 PM   #28
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Old 05-11-2008, 06:57 AM   #29
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PJ Harvey's 'Memphis' is complete and utter brilliance.

A recent discovery that I've liked a lot is 'Gates of the West' by the Clash. It's sung by Mick Jones and has some very neat guitar work.

And Belle and Sebastian have some lovely songs on their singles, but they're not necessarily B-sides I guess 'cos most of them are on EPs and stuff. 'Your Cover's Blown' is a particular favourite.
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James - Runaground
That's a B-Side?! But that was (and is) my favourite James song! I've only got their 1998 Best Of (I know, I hang my head in shame) you see so I didn't realise.

As for my other favourite B-sides I'd go with Snowed Under by Keane (best song they've ever done in my opinion) and I'd agree with Bonomaniac, all 14 tracks off Oasis' The Masterplan B-side album are worthy of inclusion as would be Idler's Dream one of their later B-sides.
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