Release date: 01/20/2003
Recorded in 1993, The Sleeper confirms Martin Bramah as a major (if sorely underrated) songwriting talent.
In addition to surging pop nuggets such as Lover of Nothing, Diamond Age, Dream Boat and Butterfly Effect, this polished sophomore set also encompasses the soft (Blue Grey Boy) and the sinister (Weird World), along with intimate ballad Out of Sight, one of Martin's best-realized arrangements.
In addition to the core Sleeper album, this expanded remaster includes tracks from singles Sleepy Town, Diamond Age and Secret City. 70 minutes of music. Liner notes in CD booklet.
1. Weird World
2. Dream Boat
3. Lover of Nothing
4. Blue Grey Boy
5. Diamond Age
6. Butterfly Effect
7. NY Gargoyles
8. The Gun Is a Coward's Weapon
9. Dark Matter Kid
10. Love Fiend
11. Out of Sight
12. NY Gargoyles (Secret City Mix)
13. NY Gargoyles (Subway Mix)
15. Sleepy Town
17. Diamond Age (12" mix)
18. Sleepy Town (12" mix)
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