New Frank Turner Compilation

2011-11-07 by Channing Freeman STAFF | 16 Comments
On November 21, Xtra Mile Recordings will release Frank Turner's The Second Three Years, a compilation of EPs, covers, and other random songs. It is a follow-up to The First Three Years.

Tracklist:

1. Sailor’s Boots

2. Pass It Along

3. Rock & Roll Romance

4. To Absent Friends

5. The Next Round

6. Song For Eva Mae

7. Wanderlust

8. Balthazar Impresario

9. Mr Richards

10. Song To Bob

11. Thunder Road

12. Sally

13. Barbara Allen

14. The Quiet One

15. Build Me Up Buttercup

16. Linoleum

17. The Slow Train

18. The Greatest Day

19. My Poor Friend Me

20. On A Plain

21. Father’s Day

22. Last Christmas

http://www.xtramilerecordings.com/product_info.php?products_id=192&osCsid=844cc30e2c 97e5684eb687559600b0f3

Tagged: Frank Turner

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mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
17950 Comments


really excited for this although the inclusion of the rock and roll ep is sort of questionable given how widely available it is

someguest
November 7th 2011
22510 Comments


15. Build Me Up Buttercup


lol

Digging: The Prodigy - The Day Is My Enemy

Aids
November 7th 2011
24181 Comments


I'm down with this

Digging: The Mountain Goats - Beat the Champ

Sanders
November 7th 2011
2373 Comments


"For the time being there are no vinyl plans (this may change)"

Would be sick.

wabbit
November 7th 2011
7053 Comments


his cover of build me up buttercup is so fucking good.

kind of surprised smiling at strangers on the train and motel blues aren't here

Sanders
November 7th 2011
2373 Comments


I submitted this and it appears to have gone through as the first one on the main page, but it's superfluous when people are already commenting on this.

Phideaux
November 7th 2011
1656 Comments


I'm not one for compilations normally. But this sounds like it might be pretty cool.

wabbit
November 7th 2011
7053 Comments


Song for Eva Mae is a fucking incredible song. I really have no idea how it didn't it it onto England Keep my bones.

mynameischan
Staff Reviewer
November 7th 2011
17950 Comments


smiling at strangers on trains is on the first three years

johnnyblaze
November 7th 2011
2649 Comments


4. To Absent Friends

GUYZ, OPETH COVER!

Sanders
November 7th 2011
2373 Comments


Song for Eva Mae was on EKMB as one of 3 bonus tracks.

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
November 7th 2011
7499 Comments


:D

sixthgoldenticket
November 7th 2011
1176 Comments


interested in the linoleum cover, this should be cool

Knott-
Emeritus
November 7th 2011
10198 Comments


That's a good 11 Frank Turner songs that I haven't heard, although maybe some of them are just covers, I wouldn't know. The First Three Years rules.

seifer
November 8th 2011
1006 Comments


this is great news

guitarplaya91
November 8th 2011
485 Comments


Sailor's boots is fantastic. To absent friend is as well. Deff the best song off of Rock And Roll



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