38 Carat Collection

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38 Carat Collection
38 Carat Collection - Prefab Sprout.jpg
Compilation album by Prefab Sprout
Released October 1999
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Producer Thomas Dolby, Prefab Sprout, David Brewis, Jon Kelly
Prefab Sprout chronology
Andromeda Heights
(1997)
38 Carat Collection
(1999)
The Gunman and Other Stories
(2001)
Singles from 38 Carat Collection
  1. "Where the Heart Is"
    Released: May 2000[1]

38 Carat Collection (released as The Collection in the U.S.) is a compilation album by the English pop band Prefab Sprout, released in 1999. It was released in a double CD version. Each disc is arranged in chronological order, with most of the group's singles appearing on CD1 ("The Devil Has All the Best Tunes" is omitted, and "All The World Loves Lovers" and "I Remember That" appear on the second CD) and tracks from their six previous studio albums on CD2.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Lions in My Own Garden (Exit Someone)"
  2. "Don't Sing"
  3. "Couldn't Bear to Be Special"
  4. "When Love Breaks Down"
  5. "Faron Young"
  6. "Appetite"
  7. "Johnny Johnny"
  8. "Cars and Girls"
  9. "The King of Rock 'n' Roll"
  10. "Hey Manhattan!"
  11. "The Golden Calf"
  12. "Looking for Atlantis"
  13. "We Let the Stars Go"
  14. "Carnival 2000"
  15. "The Sound of Crying"
  16. "If You Don't Love Me"
  17. "Life of Surprises"
  18. "A Prisoner of the Past"
  19. "Electric Guitars"

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Cue Fanfare"
  2. "Cruel"
  3. "Bonny"
  4. "Moving the River"
  5. "Desire As"
  6. "Horsin' Around"
  7. "Pearly Gates"
  8. "'Til the Cows Come Home"
  9. "Enchanted"
  10. "I Remember That"
  11. "Nightingales"
  12. "Jordan: The Comeback"
  13. "All the World Loves Lovers"
  14. "Jesse James Bolero"
  15. "Doo Wop in Harlem"
  16. "Life's a Miracle"
  17. "Swans"
  18. "Andromeda Heights"
  19. "Where the Heart Is" (Theme from TV series of same name)

References[edit]

  1. ^ McIntosh, Bedford. "Prefab Sprout discography". browningmcintosh.com. Retrieved 13 February 2017.