Afters

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This article is about the album by Hatfield and the North. For British slang for dessert, see dessert. For American Christian rock group, see The Afters.
Afters
Compilation album by Hatfield and the North
Released 1980
Recorded 1973-1975
Genre Progressive rock (Canterbury scene)
Length 47:03
Label Virgin Records
Producer Hatfield and the North
Hatfield and the North chronology
The Rotters' Club
(1975)
Afters
(1980)
Live 1990
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Afters is a 1980 compilation album (LP only) released by Canterbury scene band Hatfield and the North. Of the sixteen tracks, eleven are taken from the band's two studio albums Hatfield and the North and The Rotters' Club, three are live recordings, and the two remaining songs are those from their 1974 single "Let's Eat (Real Soon) / Fitter Stoke Has a Bath".[2]

Track listing[edit]

Tracks 1 and 2 were released as the A- and B-sides respectively of a 1974 single released on Virgin Records. Tracks 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 15 and 16 are songs from The Rotters' Club, tracks 6 to 9 inclusive are from Hatfield and the North, and tracks 12 to 14 inclusive are edited recordings of live performances in France, mixed by Peter Wade.[3]

  1. "Let's Eat (Real Soon)" – 3:14
  2. "Fitter Stoke Has a Bath" – 4:33
  3. "Mumps [edited]" – 8:14
  4. "Share It" – 3:02
  5. "Lounging There Trying" – 3:15
  6. "The Stubbs Effect" – 0:23
  7. "Big Jobs (Poo Poo Extract)" – 0:45
  8. "Going Up to People and Tinkling" – 2:17
  9. "Calyx" – 2:46
  10. "(Big) John Wayne Socks Psychology on the Jaw" – 0:43
  11. "Chaos at the Greasy Spoon" – 0:23
  12. "Halfway Between Heaven and Earth" – 6:08
  13. "Oh, Len's Nature! [aka Nan True's Hole]" – 2:00
  14. "Lything and Gracing" – 3:48
  15. "Prenut" – 3:55
  16. "Your Majesty Is Like a Cream Donut (Loud)" – 1:37

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Track listings and scans of Hatfield and the North records". Retrieved December 3, 2006. 
  3. ^ "Afters". Retrieved December 3, 2006.