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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Axe Victim (5:16)
2. Adventures in a Yorkshire Landscape (3:27)
3. Stage Whispers (3:06)
4. Maid in Heaven (2:28)
5. Sister Seagull (3:39)
6. Jean Cocteau (2:50)
7. Fair Exchange (4:48)
8. Ships in the Night (4:11)
9. Blazing Apostles (4:30)
10. Kiss of Light (3:13)
11. Modern Music (3:47)
12. Twilight Capers (4:31)
13. Electrical Language (3:38)
14. Possession (2:37)
15. Islands of the Dead (3:47)
16. Life in the Air Age (Live) (4:24)
17. Teenage Archangel (3:32)
18. Jets at Dawn (Smile Records Version) (Version) (6:50)

Line-up / Musicians

- Bill Nelson / guitar, vocals
- Charlie Tumahai / bass, vocals
- Andy Clarke / keyboards
- Simon Fox / drums
- Ian Parkin / guitar
- Robert Bryan / bass
- Nicholas Chatterton-Dew / drums

Releases information

Astralwerks September 2004

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BE BOP DELUXE Postcards from the Future ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Review by chopper
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2 stars The third Be Bop Deluxe compliation, this was released a few years after the much better Air Age Anthology and features a smaller selection of tracks. In fact, all three of the compilations are virtually identical, you do wonder what record companies are thinking of sometimes. The only reason for buying this is if you're a completist and you need the last two tracks, otherwise if you want an introduction to Be Bop Deluxe, get Air Age Anthology or Live in the Air Age.

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