Interlude (Saint Etienne album)

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Compilation album (B-sides) by Saint Etienne
Released February 20, 2001
Recorded ?
Genre Indie pop
Length 39:51
Label Sub Pop
Producer Saint Etienne
Saint Etienne chronology
Sound of Water
Smash the System: Singles and More
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Phoenix New Times [2]
Pitchfork Media (7.8/10) [3]

Interlude is an album by Saint Etienne. Released by Sub Pop in the US and Mantra (under licence from Sub Pop) in Canada, this 2001 collection featured UK b-sides and extra songs left over from the recording sessions for their 2000 album, Sound of Water.

The CD release featured two "bonus beats". The first is the single mix of "Boy Is Crying" done by Welsh dance act Hybrid; the second is the Trouser Enthusiast remix of "Lose That Girl", which was prepared for the track's (eventually shelved) single release.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Cracknell, Stanley and Wiggs; except where indicated. 

Original Release
No. Title Length
1. "Roseneck"   3:25
2. "Northwestern"   5:29
3. "Queen of Polythene"   3:13
4. "Stevie" (Brian Wilson) 3:04
5. "Red Setter"   3:45
6. "Shoot Out the Lights"   4:08
7. "Mountain Rain"   3:42
8. "Bar Conscience"   4:36
9. "Le Ballade de Saint Etienne"   3:55
10. "Thank You"   4:34
CD Bonus Beats
No. Title Length
11. "Boy Is Crying (single mix)"   3:39
12. "Lose That Girl (Trouser Enthusiasts mix)"   8:15

The U.S. release of the CD also includes the short and long edits of the "How We Used to Live" music video; the Canadian release does not.


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  2. ^ Phoenix New Times review
  3. ^ Pitchfork Media review
  4. ^ "[ETIENNE HEAVEN] Saint Etienne discography: Lose That Girl". 2002-06-29. Retrieved 2012-01-11.