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9 thoughts on “ Space - The Beautiful South - Superbi (CD, Album) ”

  1. Album Description. Superbi was the ninth album by the Beautiful South, eleven if you count two different greatest-hits packages, produced by former Tears for Fears keyboardist, Ian Stanley.
  2. Sep 09,  · Label: Sony BMG Music Entertainment - 2 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Brit Pop The Beautiful South - Superbi (, CD) | Discogs /5(29).
  3. Superbi is the tenth and final album by the British group The Beautiful South, released on by SonyBMG. The album entered the British chart at No. 6 before dropping to No. 20 and No. 37 in its second and third weeks respectively. It was released before their split on 30 January The album was produced by the former Tears for Fears keyboard player Ian Stanley.
  4. The album includes all of the single releases from the band's first five years in order of their release. Its title is a reference to the Carry On film series. A two-disc Limited Edition version was also released, with the bonus disc containing Non-LP/CD B-sides from the singles.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Superbi on Discogs. Label: Sony BMG Music Entertainment - SICP • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Pop • The Beautiful South - Superbi (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).
  6. Superbi by The Beautiful South - CD () for $ from rtherericdipolimsipugdagevota.coinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  7. track CD album, the follow-up to their covers album 'Golddiggas, Headnodders & Pholk Songs' and was recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World studios, a farm in Bake well and at producer Ian Stanley's place in Eniskerry. Includes the lead-off single, 'Manchester'/5(39).
  8. Feb 09,  · The Beautiful South Reunion What Have We Become - Duration: Kith N Kin , views. videos Play all The Millennial Mixtape YouTube Music;.
  9. In some ways, this album mix was perhaps the only way to go, as including the single mix of the song would have meant that it would have dominated and overshadowed the rest of Welcome to The Beautiful South. As it is, the slightly less commercial mix makes things easier for the rest of the album to make an impact, with “I’ll Sail This Ship.

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