Then Again (Paul Haig album)
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|Compilation album by Paul Haig|
|Paul Haig chronology|
Then Again is a collection of rarities, remixes and lost songs by former Josef K frontman Paul Haig recorded between 1982 and 1998, including previously unreleased material. Guests include Alan Rankine, Cabaret Voltaire, Mantronik, Bernard Sumner, Donald Johnson of A Certain Ratio and Finitribe.
- Blue For You (Interference Mix)
- Change of Heart
- Fear Of Dancing
- The Executioner
- Love Eternal (12" Mix)
- The Only Truth (U.S. Remix)
- This Dying Flame (12" Mix)
- Heaven Help You Now (Mantronik Mix)
- Reach The Top
- Swinging For You
- The Electrician
- The Shining
- Psycho San Jose
Time: B-side of Haig's first single, "Running Away" in 1982.
Chance: Recorded in 1982 but remained unreleased until it was included as the b-side to the "Heaven Help You Now" 12" single.
Change of Heart: Recorded in late 1982 for a proposed album of 12" mixes. This project was abandoned after Haig signed to Island Records.
Love Eternal (12" Mix): Released in March 1986 on Les Disques Du Crepuscule. Produced with Alan Rankine.
The Only Truth (U.S. Remix): Released as a 12" single on Island Records in October 1984. Jointly produced by New Order stalwart Bernard Sumner and Donald Johnson of A Certain Ratio. Sumner and Johnson also play guitar and percussion respectively.
This Dying Flame (12" Mix): Previously unreleased. Co-produced with Alan Rankine.
Reach The Top and Swinging For You: Recorded in Brussels in September 1987. The third song from this session, "Torchomatic" was released as a 12" single in October 1988. "Reach The Top" was recorded by Billy MacKenzie for The Glamour Chase album, which was not released until after MacKenzie's death.
The Electrician and The Shining: Taken from the Finitribe album Sleazy Listening, recorded in 1998. "The Shining" is dedicated to Billy MacKenzie.
Psycho San Jose: Recorded in Edinburgh in Summer 1987. Previously appeared on the European Sun compilation album from 1988.