A Break in the Weather

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A Break In The Weather
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Compilation album by Ginger
Released 31 January 2005
Recorded 2001-2005
Genre Rock
Length 1:02:54
Label Castle
Producer Ginger
Ginger chronology
A Break In The Weather
Valor Del Corazon

A Break In The Weather is a compilation album released by Ginger (of The Wildhearts) that collects together all the tracks from the first five releases from the ill-fated[1] "Singles Club," of which there were originally going to be one single released each month for twelve months. The final three tracks are from the 6th single that was recorded but remained previously unreleased.

Tracks listing[edit]

All songs written by Ginger.

Disc 1:

  1. "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter" (4:34)
  2. "Don't Let Me Die Lonely" (3:59)
  3. "Thailand Uber Alles" (3:26)
  4. "Cars And Vaginas" (3:17)
  5. "You Me And BT" (2:45)
  6. "Not Bitter Just A Little Disappointed" (2:34)
  7. "This Time I'm Serious" (4:23)
  8. "Reinventing The Wheel" (3:37)
  9. "Blinded By Absinthe" (3:21)

Disc: 2

  1. "Saga Of Me And You" (3:44)
  2. "Naked Innocence" (2:31)
  3. "Better Man" (3:45)
  4. "Virtual Love" (5:05)
  5. "Energetic O" (3:45)
    • According to the accompanying sleeve notes,[2] the song is about masturbation, the "O" denoting orgasm.
  6. "Where Did Everyone Go?" (1:56)
  7. "TWAT" (3:33)
  8. "He's A Man" (2:56)
  9. "Dying Art Of The Chorus" (3:43)

The five "Singles Club" releases are represented on this compilation by tracks 1, 4 and 7 on Disc 1 and tracks 1 and 4 on Disc 2. The two tracks following each of these tracks represent the b-sides that were included on each release.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Ginger Says...", December 2001, Ginger mentions the "Singles Club" not going according to plan [1]
  2. ^ "Virtual Love" sleeve notes, Infernal Records, 2003
  3. ^ "Ask Ginger", July 2002, Ginger discusses track he's recorded with Barney of Naplam Death [2]