You Gotta Go There to Come Back
|You Gotta Go There to Come Back|
|Studio album by Stereophonics|
|Released||2 June 2003|
September - December 2002 in England at
|Singles from You Gotta Go There to Come Back|
You Gotta Go There to Come Back is the fourth studio album by alternative rock band Stereophonics. Produced by Kelly Jones and released on V2 in 2003. It became their third consecutive album to top the UK chart selling 101,946 copies in its first week. It was the final Stereophonics album with long-time original drummer the late Stuart Cable.
|1.||"Help Me (She's Out of Her Mind)"||6:55|
|4.||"You Stole My Money Honey"||4:18|
|6.||"Climbing the Wall"||4:55|
|8.||"I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There to Come Back)"||4:36|
|9.||"Nothing Precious at All"||4:20|
|10.||"Rainbows and Pots of Gold"||4:11|
|11.||"I Miss You Now"||4:50|
|12.||"High as the Ceiling"||3:19|
|13.||"Since I Told You It's Over"||4:43|
|Japanese release bonus track|
|14.||"Lying to Myself Again"||3:50|
The track "Moviestar" appears on later editions of the album as track 4 and was released with a DVD containing the videos for the singles.
The album was released in gatefold sleeve at first, containing two records. When "Moviestar" was included on the album the gatefold sleeve contained three records.
This album is the only Stereophonics record which features both Stuart Cable and Javier Weyler. Cable played drums on most tracks as the band's drummer and Weyler, who replaced Cable as the band's drummer in 2005, contributed to the record as an engineer, programmer and percussionist.
The drums on the track "I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There To Come Back)'" are supposedly played by Mac Hine. This is a nod to the drum machine which was used on the track instead of real live drumming.
You Gotta Go There To Come Back received generally mixed reviews. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 60 based on 10 reviews.
You Gotta Go There to Come Back joined its predecessors at #1 on release. It was re-issued with bonus tracks in February 2004, coming into the UK charts again at #35, finally re-entering at #16 in September 2004. It was the 28th biggest selling album of 2003 in the UK. The track "Maybe Tomorrow" became one of their biggest hits; it was played over the credits of the Academy Award-winning movie Crash (2004) and also during the opening scene of the movie Wicker Park (2004). It was also used in a season one episode of One Tree Hill and featured on the first Charmed soundtrack.
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