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Below The Stars - The Field Mice - Whered You Learn To Kiss That Way? (CD)


1998
Label: Shinkansen Recordings - SHINKANSEN 14CD • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Pop • Style: Indie Pop
Below The Stars - The Field Mice - Whered You Learn To Kiss That Way? (CD)

 · referencing Where'd You Learn To Kiss That Way?, 2xCD, Comp, SHINKANSEN 14CD It is missing 9 songs from Sarah Records, 3 songs from elsewhere, and 4 songs released in It also doesn't contain any radio sessions (ie: the Peel Sessions)/5.

The *almost* complete Field Mice back-catalogue on 2 CD's in cardboard sleeves, housed in a paper slipcase plus a page booklet with photos, lyrics, credits, bio and discography.

 · The 'almost' complete Field Mice back-catalogue () on 2 CDs with extra lyric booklet in Japanese and limited to copies. NOTE: This is not the complete back catalog.5/5(10).

Although revered in certain indie circles, for far too long the Field Mice appeared in danger of languishing as the great lost pop band of the early '90s, with their records out of print and fetching obscene prices on the collector's market. A lavish two-disc retrospective worthy of their growing legacy, the extraordinary Where'd You Learn to Kiss That Way? finally restores the group to their.

Where'd You Learn to Kiss That Way? is a compilation album by The Field Mice. Track listing Disc 1 "Five Moments" – "If You Need Someone" – "Sensitive" – "Couldn't Feel Safer" –


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2 thoughts on “Below The Stars - The Field Mice - Whered You Learn To Kiss That Way? (CD)”

  1.  · The original releases – a mix of singles, EPs, mini-albums and one solitary full-length LP – came out on Sarah Records but, after Sarah had ended, Shinkansen Recordings issued Where'd You Learn To Kiss That Way?, a double-CD compilation spanning the whole of the band's three-year career and containing most of the songs from those ten records; it is, in all respects, a quite staggering body .

  2. The Field Mice were never going to change the world but they can change a little bit of you each time you listen to ng and heartache can never really go out of fashion and I know it's a cynical world but I like to think we all have those moments of innocence and 'Wow!Where'd you learn to kiss that way!'wonder.I was going to head this /5(5).

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