A Spy in the House of Love (album)

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A Spy in the House of Love
Compilation album by The House of Love
Released 1990
Recorded 1989–1990
Genre Alternative rock
Length 51:29
Label Fontana
The House of Love chronology
The House of Love
(1990)The House of Love1990
A Spy in the House of Love
Babe Rainbow
(1992)Babe Rainbow1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

A Spy in the House of Love is a compilation album by the British alternative rock band The House of Love. It was released in late 1990, between the release of the band's second and third albums (Fontana and Babe Rainbow) and compiles various B-sides and other unreleased studio tracks from the period. The B-sides are from their second self-titled album-era.

Like the band itself, the album was named after the 1954 novel by Anaïs Nin.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Safe" (b-side of "Never") -5:44
  2. "Marble" -3:23
  3. "D Song 89" -3:15
  4. "Scratched Inside" (b-side of "Shine On" -1990) -3:04
  5. "Phone" -2:53
  6. "Cut the Fool Down" (b-side of "The Beatles And The Stones") -3:11
  7. "Ray" -3:37
  8. "Love II" -4:43
  9. "Baby Teen" -4:39
  10. "Love III" (b-side of "Shine On" -1990) -2:21
  11. "Soft as Fire" (b-side of "Never") -4:03
  12. "Love IV" (b-side of "The Beatles And The Stones) -3:06
  13. "No Fire" -4:04
  14. "Love V" (b-side of "The Beatles And The Stones) -3:26


  1. ^ "A Spy in the House of Love review". allmusic. Retrieved 12 May 2015.