Belle And Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister mp3
|2||The Stars Of Track And Field||4:48|
|3||The Boy Done Wrong Again||4:17|
|4||Get Me Away From Here, I'm Dying||3:25|
|5||Me And The Major||3:51|
|6||Judy And The Dream Of Horses||3:40|
|7||Like Dylan In The Movies||4:14|
|8||Seeing Other People||3:48|
|9||The Fox In The Snow||4:11|
|10||If You're Feeling Sinister||5:21|
|JPRLP001||Belle And Sebastian||If You're Feeling Sinister (LP, Album)||Jeepster Recordings||JPRLP001||UK||1996|
|VJCP-25330||Belle & Sebastian||If You're Feeling Sinister (CD, Album)||Virgin||VJCP-25330||Japan||1997|
|none||Belle And Sebastian||If You're Feeling Sinister (Cass, Album, Promo)||The Enclave||none||US||Unknown|
|Ole 296-2||Belle And Sebastian||If You're Feeling Sinister (CD, Album, RE)||Matador||Ole 296-2||US||1998|
|URA 034||Belle And Sebastian||If You're Feeling Sinister (CD, Album)||Spunk||URA 034||Australia||2000|
"Sarah Martin is our new member. See if you can guess what bits she did. A lot of other people helped us in a friendly fashion, and we really ought to thank them. They are in order of rudeness starting with the most foul-mouthed: Mick Cook (courtesy of Epic Records), Tony Doogan, Mark Jones, Vanessa Sanders, Geoff Allan, Ciara McLaverty, Laura Molloy, Karen Glover, Neil Robertson, Andrew Symington, Stef D'Andrea, Callaghan O'Rourke, Hannah Bradby, Stuart Robertson, Monica Queen, John Smillie, Stephen McRobbie, Jason MacPhail, Simmy, Bill Colburn, Robert White, Shaun Joseph, Tim Dennen, CAVA Studios, Tribal Manufacturing."
℗ & © 1997 Jeepster Recordings Ltd. under exclusive license to The Enclave.
Manufactured by The Enclave.
Printed in the USA.
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- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 724385671326 MASTERED BY EMI MFG.
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- Copyright (c) – Jeepster Recordings
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If You're Feeling Sinister is the second album by Scottish indie pop band Belle and Sebastian. It was released in 1996 on Jeepster Records in the United Kingdom. In 1997, Matador Records picked it up for release in the United States. Band leader Stuart Murdoch has stated the album is probably his best collection of songs. But if you are feeling sinister Go off and see a minister He'll try in vain to take away The pain of being a hopeless unbeliever La la la la la la la La la la la la la la. But if you are feeling sinister Go off and see a minister The chances are you'll probably feel better If you stayed and played with yourself. More on Genius. If Youre Feeling Sinister Track Info. Written By Stuart Murdoch. Vocals Stuart Murdoch. Release Date November 18, 1996. If Youre Feeling Sinister Belle and Sebastian. Artist: Belle & Sebastian Album: If You're Feeling Sinister Year: 1996 Tuning: Standard. The Stars of Track and Field by Belle & Sebastian tabbed by galateastilston. B F A Make a new cult every day to suit your affairs B F E Kissing girls in english at the back of the stairs G B you're a honey with a following of innocent boys. E they never know it. Stars of Track and Field By: Belle and Sebastian Album: If You're Feeling You're Feeling Sinister. Critic Score. Man, this Saturday Circlejerk thing has made me realize one REALLY NEED TO ACTUALLY LISTEN TO BELLE & SEBASTIANS DISCOGRAPHY. Its quite hard for me to keep track of my music listening priorities especially when Im more excited for new releases instead of going back decades to find hidden gems or widely acclaimed masterpieces. With this Belle & Sebastian album, Im glad I got the chance to force myself to actually hear this cause. read more. 10mo. If You're Feeling Sinister. Belle & Sebastian's second record, If You're Feeling Sinister, is, for all intents and purposes, really their first, since their debut in 1996 was not heard outside of privileged inner circles. And If You're Feeling Sinister really did have quite a bit of an impact upon its release in 1996, largely because during the first half of the '90s the whimsy and preciousness that had been an integral part of alternative music was suppressed by grunge. Listen free to Belle and Sebastian If You're Feeling Sinister The Stars of Track and Field, Seeing Other People and more. 10 tracks 41:19. If You're Feeling Sinister is the second album by Scottish pop group Belle & Sebastian, released on the independent label Jeepster Records in the United Kingdom and Matador Records in the United States. The album was released to much critical praise in 1996. Belle and Sebastian's second album, 1996's If You're Feeling Sinister, has been a fixture of every stage of my life since. Subtly poetic, wickedly funny, gorgeously melodic, steeped in ramshackle C86 jangle and the pop classicism of Bob Dylan and the Velvet Underground, it encapsulates everything I've come to treasure in music. You can write your own review of this record on our brand new album pages: once you're signed into the Guardian website, visit the album's dedicated page. Or you could simply star rate it, or add it to one of your album lists. There are more than 3m new pages for you to explore as well as 600,000-plus artists' pages so simply find their albums and get to work. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte in 1995 did he recover, founded Belle & Sebastian and only a year later released both Tigermilk and If You're Feeling Sinister. Both albums are considered Belle & Sebastian's career high points and it would not be mad to proclaim If You're Feeling Sinister as the ensemble's magnum opus. The melodies he constructs in If You're Feeling Sinister are delicate, almost frail, as a reflection of the state that Murdoch had been put in. Haplessly drifting guitar rhythms, buoyant violins, and the elfin voice of Murdoch as he elaborates on the wry, story-style lyrics, are what define this album. They are the expression of a man trapped in a seemingly hopeless situation