Lost Sides

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Lost Sides
Compilation album by Doves
Released September 29, 2003 (2003-09-29)
(see release history)
Recorded 1998-2002
Genre Indie rock
Length CD1: 44:45
CD2: 40:28
Total: 1:25:13
Language English
Label Heavenly Records
Producer Doves
Doves chronology
The Last Broadcast
(2002)
Lost Sides
(2003)
Some Cities
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (6.0/10)[2]

Lost Sides is a compilation album by the band Doves. The commercial edition was released in September 2003 in two formats, with the second disc (HVNLP46CDX) and without the second disc (HVNLP46CD). The first disc contains b-sides from Doves' first two albums, whilst the second disc features remixed material. The 2003 issue coincided with the band's first DVD release Where We're Calling From.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Jez Williams, Jimi Goodwin, and Andy Williams, except where noted. 

CD1
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Break Me Gently" (Incidental)   1:24
2. "Darker"     5:51
3. "Your Shadow Lay Across My Life"     3:45
4. "Meet Me at the Pier"     3:02
5. "Down to Sea"     4:22
6. "Crunch"     4:00
7. "Zither"     2:32
8. "Valley"     4:23
9. "Northenden"     4:02
10. "Hit the Ground Running"   Zevon, Marinell, Wachtel 2:54
11. "Willow's Song"   Traditional 3:58
12. "Far from Grace"     4:26
CD2
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Words" (Echoboy Remix)   7:25
2. "N.Y." (Chris Coco Remix)   4:27
3. "M62 Song" (Four Tet Mix) Williams, Goodwin, Williams, Fripp, Giles, Lake, McDonald, Sinfield 6:26
4. "The Sulphur Man" (Rebelski Remix)   4:56
5. "The Last Broadcast" (Magnet Remix)   5:24
6. "Where We're Calling From" (Hebden Bridge Remix)   6:43
7. "Satellites" (Soulsavers Remix)   5:04

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart[4] 50
Lost Sides
Compilation album by Doves
Released January 2, 2001 (2001-01-02)
Recorded 1998-2000
Genre Indie rock
Length 45:04
Language English
Label Heavenly Records
Producer Doves
Doves chronology
Lost Souls
(2000)
Lost Sides
(2000)
The Last Broadcast
(2002)

Original promo CD[edit]

At the end of 2000, the original issue of Lost Sides was released as a promo-only CD (HVNLP29CD).[5][6] The original artwork featured the boxer from Doves' Lost Souls album, and included only the b-sides from the first album and early EPs.[7]

"Crunch" and "Lost in Watts" are two tracks from Doves' previous incarnation as Sub Sub, but the versions of the songs found on this collection differ slightly from those found on Sub Sub's album Delta Tapes.[8]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Jez Williams, Jimi Goodwin, and Andy Williams except "Zither" which is a cover of Jack Nitzsche's opening theme for the 1981 film Cutter's Way. 

No. Title Length
1. "Zither"   2:34
2. "Break Me Gently" (Incidental) 1:33
3. "Darker"   5:52
4. "Meet Me at the Pier"   3:10
5. "Acoustic No. 1"   2:39
6. "Karen"   3:22
7. "Valley"   4:25
8. "Down to Sea"   4:36
9. "Crunch"   4:04
10. "Lost in Watts"   4:56
11. "Your Shadow Lay Across My Life"   3:45
12. "Suitenoise"   4:13

Release history[edit]

Country Date Label Format Catalogue #
United Kingdom January 2, 2001 Heavenly Records Promo CD (cardboard sleeve) HVNLP29CD
September 29, 2003 CD HVNLP46CD
CD/bonus CD HVNLP46CDX
Europe Heavenly Records/EMI CD/bonus CD (both discs are Copy-Controlled) 7243 5 94500 2 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Pitchfork Media review
  3. ^ Doves - Where We're Calling From (DVD-V) at Discogs
  4. ^ Doves - Chart Stats
  5. ^ Doves - Lost Sides (CD, Comp, Promo) at Discogs
  6. ^ In Music We Trust - Doves: Lost Sides
  7. ^ Doves Lost Sides - A Collection Of B-Sides UK Promo CD ALBUM - eil.com
  8. ^ Sub Sub - Delta Tapes (CD, Comp) at Discogs