The Verve: Urban Hymns, 6×LP (Vinyl)
The Verve: Urban Hymns, 6×LP (Vinyl)
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The Verve
Urban Hymns

  • 6×LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
box set contains 3 x double vinyl, 20 page booklet
  • Virgin EMI Records
  • (5756244)
  • UMC
  • (00602557562446)
  • 44 Tracks
  • UPC 602557562446
  • heavy item (1800g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

Urban Hymns

LP01-A1

Bitter Sweet Symphony

LP01-A2

Sonnet

LP01-A3

The Rolling People

LP01-B1

The Drugs Don't Work

LP01-B2

Catching The Butterfly

LP01-B3

Neon Wilderness

LP01-C1

Space And Time

LP01-C2

Weeping Willow

LP01-C3

Lucky Man

LP01-C4

One Day

LP01-D1

This Time

LP01-D2

Velvet Morning

LP01-D3

Come On

B-Sides

LP02-A1

Lord I Guess I’ll Never Know

LP02-A2

Country Song

LP02-A3

Bitter Sweet Symphony (James Lavelle Remix)

LP02-A4

So Sister

LP02-B1

Echo Bass

LP02-B2

Three Steps

LP02-B3

The Crab

LP02-B4

Stamped

LP02-C1

The Drugs Don't Work (original demo)

LP02-C2

Never Wanna See You Cry

LP02-C3

MSG

LP02-C4

The Longest Day

LP02-D1

Lucky Man (Happiness More or Less)

LP02-D2

Bitter Sweet Symphony (extended version)

LP02-D3

This Could Be My Moment

LP02-D4

Monte Carlo

Live At Haigh Hall (24.05.98)

LP03-A1

This Is Music

LP03-A2

Space And Time

LP03-A3

Catching The Butterfly

LP03-A4

Sonnet

LP03-B1

The Rolling People

LP03-B2

Neon Wilderness

LP03-B3

Weeping Willow

LP03-B4

The Drugs Don't Work

LP03-B5

Lucky Man

LP03-C1

Life's An Ocean

LP03-C2

Velvet Morning

LP03-C3

Bitter Sweet Symphony

LP03-D1

One Day

LP03-D2

History

LP03-D3

Come On

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