Extreme Honey

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Extreme Honey: The Very Best of Warner Brothers Years
Greatest hits album by Elvis Costello
Released 21 October 1997
Genre Alternative rock
Length 77:27
Label Warner Bros.
Elvis Costello chronology
Terror & Magnificence
(1997)
Extreme Honey
(1997)
Painted from Memory
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Extreme Honey: The Very Best of Warner Brothers Years is a 1997 compilation album by Elvis Costello, spanning the years 1989–1997. Originally Elvis Costello recorded a Prince cover but Prince denied him permission to release it. Costello wrote "The Bridge I Burned" in response using a similar arrangement to what he had in mind for Prince's song.

Early editions of the album had a digital glitch on the song "My Dark Life" which Costello performed and produced with Brian Eno.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Bridge I Burned"
  2. "Veronica"
  3. "Sulky Girl"
  4. "So Like Candy"
  5. "13 Steps Lead Down"
  6. "All This Useless Beauty"
  7. "My Dark Life"
  8. "The Other Side of Summer"
  9. "Kinder Murder"
  10. "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror"
  11. "Hurry Down Doomsday"
  12. "Poor Fractured Atlas"
  13. "The Birds Will Still Be Singing"
  14. "London's Brilliant Parade"
  15. "Tramp the Dirt Down"
  16. "Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4"
  17. "I Want to Vanish"
  18. "All the Rage"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Extreme Honey at AllMusic