Keep the Circle: B-Sides and Udder Stuff

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Keep the Circle: B-sides and Udder Stuff
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Compilation album by Inspiral Carpets
Released 26 February 2007
Recorded 1986–2003
Genre Indie rock
Label Mute Records
Producer Inspiral Carpets
Inspiral Carpets chronology
Greatest Hits
(2003)Greatest Hits2003
Keep the Circle: B-sides and Udder Stuff
(2007)
Inspiral Carpets
(2014)Inspiral Carpets2014

Keep the Circle: B-sides and Udder Stuff is a compilation of b-sides from Oldham-based band Inspiral Carpets, released in February 2007 to coincide with their short tour of the UK. The album is only available as a digital download from iTunes and other download services.

It contains a previously unheard version of "Saturn 5" with guest vocals by Mark E. Smith of The Fall [1]. Also included is an hour-long interview with the group discussing most of the songs.

Some of these songs were released on Rare As, the second disc of the Cool As collection in 2003.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Garage Full of Flowers" (Debris flexi version) – 3:46
  2. "Commercial Reign" – 4:40
  3. "Directing Traffic" – 2:37
  4. "So Far" – 2:12
  5. "Planecrash" – 16:37
  6. "Out of Time" – 2:22
  7. "Move In" – 5:49
  8. "Tune for a Family" – 2:55
  9. "Seeds of Doubt" – 1:54
  10. "Goldtop" (Who's Sane Mix) – 3:38
  11. "Goldtop" – 6:30
  12. "I'll Keep It In Mind" – 3:18
  13. "Skidoo" – 7:01
  14. "St. Kilda" – 4:10
  15. "The Wind is Calling Your Name" – 4:31
  16. "St. Kilda" (Instrumental) – 4:08
  17. "I Know I'm Losing You" – 6:34
  18. "Boomerang" – 5:28
  19. "Lost in Space Again" – 5:26
  20. "It's Only a Paper Moon" – 5:52
  21. "I'm Alive" – 4:58
  22. "Saturn 5" (featuring Mark E. Smith) – 3:59
  23. "Well of Seven Heads" – 4:41
  24. "Two Cows" – 1:52
  25. "Going Down" – 3:24
  26. "We Can Do Everything" – 3:23
  27. "Inside of You" – 3:32
  28. "Cobra" (Satanic Wurlie mix) – 2:45
  29. "Uniform" (Scripka Mix) featuring strings by the Balanescu Quartet – 3:50
  30. "Probably the First Digital Spine Message in the World Ever" – 54:26 (interview track – title refers to the group's habit of putting brief messages on the spines of their record sleeves)