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|Bands That Need To Release A B-sides Rarities Collection Now!!!|
Some bands have recorded so many b-sides that are deserving of way more exposure, espeically as many are out of print or hard to find...
I'm talking a multi-disc thing taking in the semi-legal "Landmines and Pantomimes," "Anthem: The Single Tracks," "Coupled With," and all the EP and single release b-sides released on EastWest records. Seriously, there's almost NOTHING i wouldn't do to get my hands on this if it was made...
Liket The Wildhearts, Therapy? are another band whose b-sides are often favoured more than their more commercially successful songs by fans at gigs, and they've released enough EPs and singles to warrant at least a double-disc set...
Having managed to download all their b-sides and alternate-version (demos) songs, I'd say Strung Out have enough material to make a full album of rarities that would rival their other releases. Songs like "Your Worst Mistake" and "Lost Motel" should never have been relegated to compilations...
Because "Shattered Faith," "The Fast Life," "Markovian Process," and "News from the Front" are way too fucking good not to be released together
|5||Faith No More|
Some of their crazier, more interesting stuff is to be found out of the bounds of studio albums, see "Another Body Murdered," "The Cowboy Song," and the version of "As the Worm Turns" with Patton on vocals if you need proof...
Since "Picture of Perfect Youth" only contained about half of their b-sides, methinks we need a sequel!!!
|7||Hot Water Music|
Apparently this one's actually in the planning stages...
|I was just going to say Radiohead.|
I feel Muse has a lot of stuff they recorded for their last album that hasn't been released too that they could bring out.
Porcupine Tree too, and thankfully they are, on an EP, yay. Same with Sigur Ros.
|queens of the stone age, have about 4 albums worth of material they need to put out.|