Thursday, September 21, 2006

Sisters Of Mercy - Some Girls Wander By Mistake

Again, Wikipedia has it down to a science.

Some Girls Wander by Mistake is a collection of early independent singles by the UK band The Sisters of Mercy. It was released in 1992 on the band's own label Merciful Release under distribution to EastWest (and, due to conflict between the two, never released in USA). The record includes covers of The Stooges "1969" and The Rolling Stones "Gimme Shelter," as well as extended version of original "Temple of Love". The promotional re-recorded single Temple of Love (1992), featuring Israeli vocalist Ofra Haza, preceded the album release.

Record one:
"Alice" (Eldritch) – 3:33
"Floorshow" (Eldritch, Marx, Adams) – 3:42
"Phantom" (Marx, Adams) – 7:12
"1969" (Alexander, Osterberg, Asheton, Asheton) – 2:46
"Kiss the Carpet" (Eldritch) – 5:57
"Lights" (Eldritch) – 5:52
"Valentine" (Eldritch) – 4:44
"Fix" (Eldritch) – 3:34
"Burn" (Eldritch) – 4:50
"Kiss the Carpet (reprise)" (Eldritch) – 0:38
Record two:
"Temple of Love (extended)" (Eldritch) – 7:43
"Heartland" (Eldritch, Marx) – 4:46
"Gimme Shelter" (Richards, Jagger) – 5:58
"Damage Done" (Eldritch) – 3:05
"Watch" (Marx) – 3:13
"Home of the Hitmen" (Marx) – 0:34
"Body Electric" (Eldritch) – 4:20
"Adrenochrome" (Eldritch) – 2:59
"Anaconda" (Eldritch, Marx) – 4:05

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DaddyRich said...

Disc 1

Disc 2

anvilscepe said...

Thank you. Been looking for this on CD for a long time....I have the EP's on vinyl

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David said...

Aaah! Disc 1 missing :(