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Ocean Colour Scene - On Top Of Everything - More B Side 4x Colour Vinyl LP Box Set

Original price £87.99 - Original price £87.99
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£87.99 - £87.99
Current price £87.99
Condition: New
4x Colour Vinyl LP Box Set
Catalogue Number: DEMRECBOX93
Barcode: 5014797911222
Record Grading: Mint (M)
Sleeve Grading: Mint (M)
Condition Note: Brand New

Track Listing / Description
Sides 1991 to 1997 
A1 Another Girl’s Name 
A2 Fly Me 
A3 No One Says 
A4 Mona Lisa Eyes 
A5 My Brother Sarah 
A6 Flowers 
B1 The Seventh Floor 
B2 Men Of Such Opinion 
B3 So Sad 
B4 I Need A Love Song 
B5 Justine 
B6 Falling To The Floor 
Sides 1997 to 1999 
C1 Hello Monday 
C2 The Face Smiles Back Easily 
C3 All God’s Children Need 
Travelling Shoes 
C4 On The Way Home 
C5 Song For The Front Row 
C6 On And On 
C7 The Best Bet On Chinaski 
D1 Expensive Chair 
D2 Going Nowhere For A While 
D3 Mariners Way 
D4 Flood Tide Rising 
D5 If You Get Your Way 
D6 Hoping You’re Making It Too 
D7 The Inheritors 
Sides 2001 to 2003 
E1 Take You Back 
E2 These Are The Ones 
E3 Free On The Wind 
E4 I Was 
E5 Best Friends And Lovers 
E6 Come Home 
E7 I Wanna See The Bright Lights Tonight 
F1 Me, I’m Left Unsure 
F2 Questions 
F3 Will You Take Her Love 
F4 I Never Believed It Too 
F5 Perfect Stranger 
F6 St Cecilia 
F7 We Rise 
Sides 2005 to 2018 
G1 Better Than Before 
G2 Jimmy Wonder 
G3 Right On Time 
G4 Little Boy Could Be A Rolling Stone 
G5 William Bailey 
G6 Dawn Cried The Day 
H1 Come Up And See Me 
H2 Old, Old Song 
H3 Shooting The Bridge 
H4 Another Bard May Chant 
H5 Be With You 
H6 Because You’re Mine 
H7 Standing In The Place 
H8 That You Used To Do 
Within this 4LP set you'll find four discs filled to the brim with all the B-sides and rarities release by OCS over the course of their career thus far. Running in chronological order you'll find tracks such as the Free inspired 'So Sad' and 'Men Of Such Opinion' (Simon's favourite self-written lyric),' I Need A Love Song' and 'Justine' – the B-side tracks to the OCS classic The Day We Caught The Train single, 'On The Way Home' taken from the Travellers Tune 1997 release, Expensive Chair & Mariners Way which feature P.P. Arnold and 'Hello Monday' which is from the Hundred Mile High City single.
The artwork is an outtake from the iconic Tony Briggs shot from the single The Day We Caught The Train. This box set is put together in full coordination with the band, all of these tracks have been remastered by Phil Kinrade at Alchemy Mastering and now pressed on limited edition 140g colour vinyl.