Dry Kids: B-sides 1997–2005 is a compilation album of b-sides by English band Embrace, released on 31 October 2005. It features 18 tracks from singles and EPs across their entire career, including a version of "Blind", an early live favourite which was omitted from their debut album The Good Will Out, as was their Otis Redding-influenced "The Way I Do".
Much time is given to b-sides of singles from the band's fourth album Out of Nothing, including the experimental groove of "Flaming Red Hair", as well as "Feels Like Glue", "The Shot's Still Ringing", "Too Many Times" and a live cover version of Eminem/D12's "How Come". Dry Kids reached No. 129 in the UK chart.