Catalogue (Moloko album)

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Catalogue
Moloko Catalogue.jpg
Greatest hits album by Moloko
Released 17 July 2006
Recorded 1995-2002
Genre Electronica, trip hop, house, alternative dance
Label Echo, EMI, Sony
Producer Moloko
Moloko chronology
Statues
(2003)
Catalogue
(2006)

Catalogue is a greatest hits album by the electronic/dance duo Moloko; it reached no.7 in Belgian charts. It was released in the UK by Echo Records on 17 July 2006. Spanning two discs, Catalogue contains Moloko's singles and a track exclusive to this compilation, "Bankrupt Emotionally". The second disc comprises a live recording of a concert recorded in 2003 at Brixton Academy, at the end of the band's eight-month tour performed that year. The US version does not contain the second disc.

Catalogue is also available as a bonus disc in three different exclusive versions as digital downloads, one each for iTunes, Napster and MSN. These exclusive downloads are made up of live versions, remixes of Moloko tracks and B-sides.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Róisín Murphy and Mark Brydon.

Disc One[edit]

  1. "The Time Is Now" (Radio Edit)
  2. "Sing It Back" (Boris Musical Mix Edit)
  3. "Fun for Me" (Radio Edit)
  4. "Familiar Feeling" (Radio Edit)
  5. "Pure Pleasure Seeker"
  6. "Cannot Contain This" (Radio Edit)
  7. "Bankrupt Emotionally"
  8. "Day For Night" (Radio Edit)
  9. "Indigo" (Radio Edit)
  10. "The Flipside" (Radio Edit)
  11. "Where is the What if the What is in Why?"
  12. "Forever More"
  13. "Statues"

Disc Two ("Value-Pak" edition only)[edit]

  1. "Familiar Feeling" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  2. "Absent Minded Friends" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  3. "Day for Night" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  4. "Fun for Me" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  5. "Where is the What if the What is in Why?" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  6. "Cannot Contain This" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  7. "Pure Pleasure Seeker" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  8. "The Time Is Now" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  9. "Forever More" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  10. "Sing It Back" (Live at Brixton Academy)
  11. "Indigo" (Live at Brixton Academy)

iTunes exclusive[edit]

  1. "I Want You" (Live)
  2. "100%" (Live)
  3. "Blow X Blow" (Live)
  4. "Come On" (Live)
  5. "Being is Bewildering" (Live)
  6. "Pure Pleasure Seeker" (Pleasure & Stripped Disco Mix)
  7. "Knee Deepen" (Quartermaster Again Mix)
  8. "The Time Is Now" (Fk Blissed Out Dub)
  9. "Familiar Feeling" (Martin Buttrich Remix)
  10. "Forever More" (Pedal Freak Mix)
  11. "The Time Is Now" (Donny One Leg's Two Step)
  12. "Lotus Eaters" (Fila Brazillia Mix 1)
  13. "Sing It Back" (Tee's Freeze Mix)

Napster exclusive[edit]

  1. "Sing It Back" (Mousse T.’s Feel Love Mix)
  2. "The Flipside" (Herbert’s Surround Sound)
  3. "Dominoid" (Panty Sniffer Mix)
  4. "Indigo" (GusGus Mix)
  5. "Lotus Eaters" (Funk In Your Neighbourhood Mix)
  6. "The Time Is Now" (Can 7 Soulfood Mix)
  7. "Fun For Me" (DJ Plankton's Pondlife Mix)
  8. "Pure Pleasure Seeker" (Oscar G Cuba-Libra Dub)
  9. "Forever More" (FKEK Vocal Mix)
  10. "Familiar Feeling" (DJ Plankton's Country Slice Remix)
  11. "Sing It Back" (Can 7 1930s Mix)
  12. "Party Weirdo" (Wackdown Mix)
  13. "Where Is The What If The What Is In Why?" (Wonderbook Mix)

MSN exclusive[edit]

  1. "The Time Is Now" (DJ Plankton Mix)
  2. "Sing It Back" (Chez Maurice Mix)
  3. "Fe Fi Fungle Fool" (Tadpole Dub)
  4. "Familiar Feeling" (Doctor Rockit Comes Close Mix)
  5. "Pure Pleasure Seeker" (Pleasure For Life UK Vocal)
  6. "Cannot Contain This" (Slapper's Delight Mix)
  7. "Take My Hand"
  8. "Day For Night" (Quarter Master Mix)
  9. "Indigo" (Damn! Colostomy Jam! - All Seeing I Mix)
  10. "The Flipside" (Swag Numbskull Vocal)
  11. "Where Is The What If The What Is In Why?" (Wondervox Mix)
  12. "Forever More" (Herbert's Nobody Dub)