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01
Fade Away
Artist: Oasis And Friends Inc Johnny Depp
4:11
 
02
Oh Brother
Artist: The Boo Radleys
3:42  
03
Love Spreads
Artist: The Stone Roses
3:47  
04
Lucky
Artist: Radiohead
4:21  
05
Adnan
Artist: Orbital
3:43  
06
Mourning Air
Artist: Portishead
3:47  
07
Fake The Aroma
Artist: Massive Attack
3:25  
08
Ship building
Artist: Suede
3:14  
09
Time For The Livin'
Artist: The Charlatans UK
4:13  
10
Sweetest Truth
Artist: Stereo MCs
5:00  
11
Ode To Billy Joe
Artist: Sinead O'Connor
4:59  
12
Search Lights
Artist: The Levellers
3:52  
13
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
Artist: Manic Street Preachers
2:57  
14
Tom Petty Loves Veruca Salt
Artist: Terrorvision
3:02  
15
The Magnificent
Artist: The One World Orchestra
2:15  
16
Message to Crommie
Artist: Planet 4 Folk Quartet
3:49  
17
Dream A Little Dream
Artist: Terry Hall and Salad
3:28
 
18
1,2,3,4,5
Artist: Neneh Cherry and Trout
4:14
 
19
Eine Kleine Lift Musik
Artist: Seymour AKA Blur
4:17  
20
Come Together
Artist: Paul Weller & Friends
3:33
 
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 75:49

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A Few Great Moments...

Pip-t

Listen to Planet 4 Folk Quartet´s "Message to Crommie", Massive Attacks "Fake The Aroma", Orbital´s "Adnan" and the funny version of "The Magnificent" by The One World Orchestra. The rest is avarage.

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Time capsule

quiteQuacky

While the impetus for this 1995 charity compilation was quiteserious (aid for child victims of the Balkan wars), this album was one of my great guilty pleasures of that decade. The quality contributions by Britpop's best & brightest... plus the debut of Radiohead's devastating "Lucky" more than a year before OK Computer... kept this in my CD player constantly back then. The second half is a tad bit too padded with trite covers... but I still get a kick out of the Manics' very sincere version of "Raindrops." The liner notes claim that all the bands recorded their songs on the same day (Sept. 4, 1995).