Where's Neil When You Need Him?
|Where's Neil When You Need Him?|
|Compilation album by Various Artists|
|Released||July 18, 2006|
|Label||Dancing Ferret Discs|
The album's title was taken from the song "Space Dog", by Tori Amos. Amos became a long-time friend and collaborator of Neil Gaiman after she made a reference to him in the 1991 song "Tear in Your Hand". (She had also made references to Gaiman and his work in her songs "Horses", "Hotel", "Carbon", "Not Dying Today", and "Sister Named Desire".) "Sister Named Desire" is the only work on this album that had previously appeared elsewhere. (The song was originally released as a B-Side to Amos' track "Talula".) It was remastered specifically for this release at the same time that other Amos tracks were being cleaned up for her compilation Tales of a Librarian.
- Rasputina - "Coraline" (Coraline)
- ThouShaltNot - "When Everyone Forgets" (American Gods)
- Tapping the Vein - "Trader Boy" (The Day I Swapped My Dad For Two Goldfish)
- Lunascape - "Raven Star" (Stardust)
- Deine Lakaien - "A Fish Called Prince" ("The Goldfish Pool")
- Thea Gilmore - "Even Gods Do" (American Gods)
- Rose Berlin featuring Curve - "Coraline" (Coraline)
- Schandmaul - "Magda Treadgolds Märchen" (The Sandman)
- Hungry Lucy - "We Won't Go" (The Wolves in the Walls)
- Voltaire - "Come Sweet Death" (Death of the Endless)
- Future Bible Heroes - "Mr. Punch" (Mr. Punch)
- Razed in Black - "The Endless" (The Endless from The Sandman)
- The Crüxshadows - "Wake the White Queen" (MirrorMask)
- Ego Likeness - "You Better Leave the Stars Alone" (Stardust)
- Azam Ali - "The Cold Black Key" (Coraline)
- Joachim Witt - "Vandemar" (Neverwhere)
- Tori Amos - "Sister Named Desire (New Master)" (The Sandman)
- Sirois, A. L. (2006-07-06). "Where's Neil When You Need Him?". Reviews: Sound Space. SciFi.com. Archived from the original on 2008-01-14. Retrieved 2007-10-17.
- Titus, Christa L. (2006-03-22). "Amos Leads Neil Gaiman Tribute Album". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2007-10-17.