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Golden is a compilation album by the American alternative rock band Failure, and contains both a CD and a DVD. Although the band had been inactive for many years, founding members Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards got together to collaborate on this release, which collects demos, outtakes, touring footage, both of the band's videos, and other rare material from the band's active period.
CD track listing
- "Shrine" †
- "Golden" †
- "Pennies" †
- "Petting the Carpet" (Comfort outtake)
- "Gone" †
- "Mange" †
- "Perfect Prisons" (Rehearsal)
- "Untitled" †
- "Lucky Shoreline" †
- "Wake Up" (Fantastic Planet outtake)
- "You're Too Much" †
- "Don't Look Up" (hidden track)
† = previously unreleased
- 40-minute documentary covering the band's entire history.
- An early live performance of the song "I Can See Houses" in Los Angeles, which was later released on The Heart Is a Monster.
- Commentary by Ken Andrews and Greg Edwards.
- Slideshows featuring recording, touring, concert, and publicity photos.
- Both of Failure's videos ("Undone" and "Stuck On You") and The Replicants video "Destination Unknown".