The Way of Curve

Infobox Album
Name = The Way of Curve
Type = Compilation
Artist = Curve


Released = May 17 2004
Recorded = 1991-2004
Genre = Alternative rock
Length = 2:24:09
Label = Anxious Records/
BMG
Producer = Curve with various others
Reviews = * "Allmusic" Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:kjfqxq9aldhe (link)]

* "Pitchfork Media" 7.1/10.0 [http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/record_review/16412-the-way-of-curve?artist_title=16412-the-way-of-curve (link)]
Last album = The New Adventures of Curve (2002)
This album = The Way of Curve (2004)
Next album =

"The Way of Curve" is a compilation album by Curve.

The album consists of two discs: the first is basically a greatest hits disc, containing many of Curve's most famous and successful songs; the second contains rare tracks, including one ('In Disguise') that had never been released. All tracks were remastered for the release. Only 10,000 copies of the album were made [cite web|url=http://www.discogs.com/release/704538|title=Curve - The Way of Curve 1990/2004|publisher="Discogs"|accessdate=2007-08-17] and it is now out-of-print, though it can be partially be downloaded from iTunes.

As Curve disbanded shortly after the album's release, "The Way of Curve" effectively became their career retrospective.

Tracklisting

Disc One: The Way of Curve 1990-2004

# 'Ten Little Girls' - 4:28
# 'Coast is Clear' - 3:59
# 'Clipped' - 3:51
# 'Die Like a Dog' - 4:39
# 'Horror Head' - 3:41
# 'Faît Accompli' - 4:12
# 'Missing Link' - 4:31
# 'Superblaster' - 3:58
# 'Pink Girl with the Blues' - 4:52
# 'Recovery' - 4:31
# 'Chinese Burn' - 4:49
# 'Coming Up Roses' - 4:34
# 'Hell Above Water' - 4:04
# 'Want More Need Less' - 4:34
# 'Perish' - 5:13
# 'Nice and Easy' - 3:27

Disc Two: Rare and Unreleased

# 'On the Wheel' - 6:02
# 'Triumph' - 4:49
# 'Arms Out' - 4:46
# 'Sigh' - 3:49
# 'Mission from God' - 4:07
# 'Today is Not the Day' - 3:38
# 'Low and Behold' - 4:14
# 'Nothing Without Me' - 3:11
# 'What a Waste' (with Ian Dury) - 4:58
# 'Falling Free' (Aphex Twin mix) - 7:40
# 'Chinese Burn' (Lunatic Calm mix) - 7:24
# 'Coming Up Roses' (Kevin Shields mix) - 6:14
# 'I Feel Love' - 4:35
# 'In Disguise' - 4:10
# 'Sinner' - 5:09

References

External links

* [http://www.curve.co.uk/ Curve]


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