Release date: 01/01/2002
Blue Orchids at the BBC. In addition to the seven tracks recorded for their two John Peel sessions in 1980 and 1982, this CD and download also includes live tracks taped at Manchester University on 3 October 1981.
As an added bonus the collection also finds room for rare EP Riding the Times, recorded in 1987 as Thirst with ex-Fall drummer Karl Burns.
This digitally remastered set runs for 74 minutes, with sleevenotes in the CD booklet.
1. Work (Peel Session)
2. The House That Faded Out (Peel Session)
3. Low Profile (Peel Session)
4. No Looking Back (Peel Session)
5. Bad Education (Peel Session)
6. A Year With No Head (Peel Session)
7. Sun Connection (Peel Session)
8. The Unknown
9. Crystal Kiss
10. Let Go
11. Riding the Times
12. Tighten My Belt (live)
13. The Flood (live)
14. Sun Connection (live)
15. Hanging Man (live)
16. Disney Boys (live)
17. Work (live)
18. Underground Breakfast (live)
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