Doves discography

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Doves discography
Releases
Studio albums 4
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 4
EPs 5
Singles 13
Music videos 15

The discography of the English alternative rock trio Doves comprises four studio albums, thirteen singles, and five EPs, as well as a best-of compilation album, a B-sides compilation, and a full-length DVD compilation. After self-releasing their first three EPs on Casino Records, the band signed to Heavenly Records and released their debut album Lost Souls in April 2000. The album reached #16 on the UK Albums Chart,[1] and has since been certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry.[2] Their second album The Last Broadcast was even more successful upon its release in April 2002, reaching #1 on the charts and yielding the band's highest-charting single to date, "There Goes the Fear", which peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The album has also been certified platinum by the BPI.[2] In February 2005, Doves released their third studio album Some Cities, which again topped the Albums Chart at #1, and produced the hit single "Black and White Town", which charted at #6, and the minor hit "Snowden", which peaked at #17.[1]

Following worldwide tours throughout 2005, the band took a break, which saw singer/bassist Jimi Goodwin providing drums on the songs "Mathematics" and "People Help the People" by Bolton-based indie pop band Cherry Ghost, and drummer Andy Williams becoming a father for the first time in September 2007. The band reconvened and began recording throughout 2007 and 2008. Their anticipated fourth album Kingdom of Rust was released in April 2009, peaking at #2 on the Albums Chart.[1] The album yielded two singles: "Kingdom of Rust" and "Winter Hill", the latter of which marked the first time a single by the band did not enter the top 100 of the Singles Chart. Worldwide tours coincided with the releases, including an appearance at the BBC Electric Proms festival accompanied by the London Bulgarian Choir in October 2009.[3]

The band's first career-spanning best-of compilation, entitled The Places Between: The Best of Doves was released in April 2010[4][5] and peaked at #12 on the Albums Chart.[1] The single "Andalucia" preceded the album in March 2010.

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
UK

[1]

AUS

[6]

BEL

[7]

CAN

[8]

FRA

[9]

IRL

[10]

JPN

[11]

NED

[12]

NOR

[13]

NZ

[14]

SWE

[15]

USA

[16]

2000 Lost Souls
  • Released: 3 April 2000
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP26)
  • Formats: CD, 2LP, DL
16 68 72
2002 The Last Broadcast
  • Released: 29 April 2002
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP35)
  • Formats: CD, CD/bonus CD (US only), 2LP, DL
1 17 94 2 11 34 49 83
  • UK: Platinum[2]
2005 Some Cities
  • Released: 21 February 2005
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP50)
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/DVD box, 2LP, DL
1 23 45 149 2 149 62 111
2009 Kingdom of Rust
  • Released: 6 April 2009
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP67)
  • Formats: CD, 2LP, DL
2 34 68 79 8 208 89
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not issued in that region.

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
UK

[1]

IRL

[10]

2001 Lost Sides
  • Promo only; not chart eligible
  • B-sides compilation; 'boxer' artwork
  • Released: 2 January 2001
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP29)
  • Formats: CD
2003 Lost Sides
  • B-sides compilation; 'face' artwork with different tracklisting
  • Released: 29 September 2003
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP46)
  • Formats: CD, CD/bonus CD
50
2010 The Places Between: The Best of Doves
  • Released: 5 April 2010
  • Label: Heavenly (HVNLP78)
  • Formats: CD, 2CD/1DVD, DL
12 57
2012 5 Album Set
  • Box set compiling the band's 4 albums and Lost Sides
  • Released: 1 October 2012
  • Label: EMI (5099997354024)
  • Formats: 5CD[17]
"—" denotes a release that did not chart or was not issued in that region.

Extended plays[edit]

Year EP
1998 Cedar EP
  • Released: 9 November 1998
  • Label: Casino (CHIP001)
  • Formats: 10" vinyl
1999 Sea EP
  • Released: 24 May 1999
  • Label: Casino (CHIP002)
  • Formats: CD, 10" vinyl
Here It Comes
  • Released: 2 August 1999
  • Label: Casino (CHIP003)
  • Formats: CD, 10" vinyl
2005 Live at Eden
  • US-only release
  • Released: 26 April 2005
  • Label: Capitol/EMI (CDP 7243 4 74601 2 8)
  • Formats: CD
2006 Some Cities Live EP
  • Download-only release
  • Released: 17 April 2006
  • Label: Heavenly
  • Formats: DL

Singles[edit]

Song Release date Release info Formats UK

[1]

IRL

[10]

Album
"Here It Comes" 2 August 1999 Casino (CHIP003) CD, 10" vinyl 73 Here It Comes EP
"The Cedar Room" 20 March 2000 Heavenly (HVN95) CD, 10" vinyl 33 Lost Souls
"Catch the Sun" 29 May 2000 Heavenly (HVN96) CD1, CD2, 10" vinyl 32
"The Man Who Told Everything" 30 October 2000 Heavenly (HVN98) CD1, CD2, 7" vinyl 32
"There Goes the Fear" 15 April 2002 Heavenly (HVN111) CD, 10" vinyl 3 27 The Last Broadcast
"Pounding" 22 July 2002 Heavenly (HVN116) CD, DVD, 10" vinyl 21
"Caught by the River" 14 October 2002 Heavenly (HVN126) eCD, CD, 10" vinyl 29
"Black and White Town" 7 February 2005 Heavenly (HVN145) CD1, CD2, 7" vinyl 6 11 Some Cities
"Snowden" 9 May 2005 Heavenly (HVN150) CD1, CD2, 7" vinyl 17 42
"Sky Starts Falling" 12 September 2005 Heavenly (HVN152) CD, DVD, 7" vinyl 45
"Kingdom of Rust" 30 March 2009 Heavenly (HVN189) CD, 7" vinyl, 3 x 12" vinyl 28 Kingdom of Rust
"Winter Hill" 20 July 2009 Heavenly (HVN192) 7" vinyl, 3 x 12" vinyl 148
"Andalucia" 5 April 2010 Heavenly (HVN201) DL The Places Between: The Best of Doves
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Promo-only singles and special releases[edit]

Title Release date Release info Formats Album
"Spaceface" (Live) 19 May 2003 Heavenly (HVN122) Promo CD[A] Where We're Calling From DVD
"Black Circus of Prague" /
"Black and White Town" (David Holmes Remix)
4 April 2005 Heavenly (HVN150P) Promo 7"[B] "Snowden" single
Instrumentals of Rust 15 June 2009 Heavenly DL[C] Kingdom of Rust
"House of Mirrors" 7 December 2009 Heavenly (HVN195) Promo CD-R[D]
"Brazil" (Aeroplane Remix) 7 December 2009 Heavenly Promo CD-R[E] Non-album track
Notes
  • A ^ "Spaceface" (Live at the Eden Sessions) was issued as a promo-only CD prior to the release of Where We're Calling From and was not given a commercial release.
  • B ^ "Black Circus of Prague" and "Black and White Town" (David Holmes Remix) were issued on a limited edition promo-only 7" single prior to the release of the "Snowden" single.[18]
  • C ^ Instrumental versions of all 11 tracks on Kingdom of Rust; released exclusively as a digital download.
  • D ^ "House of Mirrors" was canceled as the album's third single.
  • E ^ Aeroplane's remix of "Brazil" was rumoured to be the B-side of the "House of Mirrors" single.[19]

Live albums[edit]

Doves performed live at The Eden Sessions on 2 July 2010.[20] The set was recorded and burned to CD-R, and made available for sale on Doves' official website as a digital download or limited edition 2CD-R set shortly thereafter.[21]

Live at The Eden Sessions 2 July 2010
Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "Push Me On"   4:32
2. "Snowden"   4:07
3. "Pounding"   4:34
4. "Jetstream"   5:41
5. "Winter Hill"   5:25
6. "Where We're Calling From"   1:51
7. "House of Mirrors"   4:00
8. "Words"   5:06
9. "10:03"   4:40
10. "The Greatest Denier"   4:01
Disc two
No. Title Length
11. "Kingdom of Rust"   5:21
12. "Black and White Town"   4:22
13. "Caught by the River"   6:06
14. "The Cedar Room"   10:23
15. "Firesuite"   5:05
16. "Catch the Sun"   4:50
17. "There Goes the Fear"   6:11
18. "Spaceface"   5:39

DVDs[edit]

  • "Pounding" (22 July 2002) - DVD single
  • Where We're Calling From (29 September 2003) - full length DVD
  • Some Cities (21 February 2005) (special edition version of album with extra video documentary) - DVD
  • "Sky Starts Falling" (12 September 2005) - DVD single
  • Kingdom of Rust (6 April 2009) (video documentary on the making of the album; also includes "House of Mirrors" music video) - exclusive to NME.com[22]
  • The Places Between: The Best of Doves (5 April 2010) (deluxe edition includes a bonus DVD featuring all 13 of the band's music videos from 1998 to 2009)

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1998 "The Cedar Room" Matthew Norman
1999 "Sea Song" Rick Myers
"Here It Comes" Rick Myers, Julian Cooper, Rich Mulhearn, and Mat Burhouse
2000 "Catch the Sun" Sophie Muller
"The Man Who Told Everything" Sam Brown
2002 "There Goes the Fear" Julian House and Julian Gibbs at Intro
"Pounding"
"Caught by the River" David Mould
2005 "Black and White Town" Lynne Ramsay
"Snowden" Dominic Leung
"Sky Starts Falling" Reuben Sutherland at Joyrider Films
2009 "House of Mirrors"[22] Soup Collective
"Kingdom of Rust" China Moo-Young at Warp Films
"Winter Hill" David Mould at Pulse Films
2010 "Andalucia" Soup Collective and Percy Dean

B-sides[edit]

Lost Souls B-sides[edit]

  • "Zither"
  • "Break Me Gently" (Incidental)
  • "Darker"
  • "Meet Me at the Pier"
  • "Acoustic No.1"
  • "Karen"
  • "Valley"
  • "Down to Sea" (demo of "Sea Song")
  • "Crunch"
  • "Lost in Watts"
  • "Rise" (Live Triple J at The Wireless)
  • "Suitenoise"
  • "Your Shadow Lay Across My Life"
  • "Firesuite" (Noise Version)

The Last Broadcast B-sides[edit]

  • "Hit the Ground Running"
  • "Here It Comes" (Live Triple J at The Wireless)
  • "The Cedar Room" (Live Triple J at The Wireless)
  • "Far from Grace"
  • "Northenden"
  • "Willow's Song" (edit)
  • "Willow's Song" (full length version)
  • "M62 Song" (Four Tet Remix)
  • "Satellites" (Soulsavers Remix)
  • "The Sulphur Man" (Rebelski Remix)
  • "Where We're Calling From" (Kieran Hebden Bridge Remix)

Some Cities B-sides[edit]

  • "45"
  • "At the Tower"
  • "Eleven Miles Out"
  • "Black Circus of Prague"
  • "Son of a Builder"
  • "Black and White Town" (David Holmes Remix)
  • "Almost Forgot Myself" (Doves vs. 69Corp Mix)
  • "Some Cities" (Echoboy Remix)
  • "The Storm" (Rebelski Remix)
  • "Some Cities" (Love Will Never Sever Mix by Echoboy)

Kingdom of Rust B-sides[edit]

Songs on various artists compilations[edit]

  • "Blackbird" (The Beatles cover) - from Roswell - Original Television Soundtrack (2002), for the US TV series.
  • "Willow's Song" - from The Acoustic Album (2006, Virgin Records).
  • "There Goes the Fear" (live from Glastonbury 2003) - from the "Q Live from Glastonbury" 14-track compilation, a free give-away CD with the July 2007 edition of Q magazine.
  • "There Goes the Fear" - from (500) Days of Summer original motion picture soundtrack (2009).

Sub Sub discography[edit]

Main article: Sub Sub

Albums[edit]

  • Full Fathom Five (Rob's Records, ROB 30, 5 September 1994)
  • Delta Tapes (Compilation; Cortex Records, 23 February 1998)

Singles & EPs[edit]

  • "Space Face" (Ten Records, January 1992)
  • Coast EP (Rob's Records, ROB 7; June 1992)
  • "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)" (featuring Melanie Williams) (Rob's Records, ROB 9; 29 March 1993)
  • "Respect" (featuring Nina Henchion) (Rob's Records, ROB 19; 7 February 1994)
  • "Angel" (featuring Nina Henchion) (Rob's Records, ROB 29; 15 August 1994)
  • "Southern Trees" (featuring Gill Jackson) (Rob's Records, ROB 39; 23 January 1995)
  • "Smoking Beagles" (featuring Tricky) (Rob's Records, ROB 51; 16 December 1996)
  • "This Time I'm Not Wrong" (featuring Bernard Sumner) (Rob's Records, ROB 53; 25 August 1997)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f "BPI Searchable database - Gold and Platinum". BPI. Retrieved 2009-12-06. 
  3. ^ BBC Electric Proms
  4. ^ Doves - News (retrieved 23 February 2010)
  5. ^ Doves Music Blog - The Places Between (retrieved 23 February 2010)
  6. ^ "Discography Doves". australian-charts.com. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  7. ^ "Discografie Doves". ultratop.be. Retrieved 2009-04-28. 
  8. ^ "Doves > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  9. ^ "Discographie Doves" (in French). lescharts.com. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  10. ^ a b c "Discography Doves". irish-charts.com. Retrieved 2010-04-12. 
  11. ^ "ダヴズ". oricon.co.jp. Retrieved 2009-07-28. 
  12. ^ "Discografie Doves" (in Dutch). dutchcharts.nl. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  13. ^ "Discography Doves". norwegiancharts.com. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  14. ^ "Discography Doves". charts.org.nz. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  15. ^ "Discography Doves". swedishcharts.com. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  16. ^ "Artist Chart History - Doves". Billboard. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  17. ^ "Amazon.com: 5 Album Set: Doves". Retrieved 8 November 2012. 
  18. ^ Doves - Black Circus Of Prague (7", Promo, Single) at Discogs
  19. ^ Doves - Brazil (Aeroplane Mix) (CDr, Promo) at Discogs
  20. ^ Doves Music Blog - Eden Project Setlist
  21. ^ Doves Live (Doves - Sandbag - Online Store), retrieved 6 July 2010
  22. ^ a b Video - Doves - NME.COM