Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions

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Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions
Swing the Heartache – The BBC Sessions cover.jpg
Compilation album by Bauhaus
Released July 1989
Recorded Jan 3, 1980 - Feb 17, 1983
Length 68:30
Label Beggars Banquet/Ada
Bauhaus compilations chronology
1979–1983
(1985)
Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions
(1989)
Crackle – The Best of Bauhaus
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions is a Bauhaus compilation, released in 1989.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "A God in an Alcove" (4:08) - recorded 3 Jan 1980 for John Peel
  2. "Telegram Sam" (3:25) - recorded 3 Jan 1980 for John Peel
  3. "Double Dare" (4:55) - recorded 3 Jan 1980 for John Peel
  4. "The Spy in the Cab" (4:09) - recorded 3 Jan 1980 for John Peel
  5. "In the Flat Field" (3:46) - recorded for David Jensen
  6. "St. Vitus Dance" (2:28) - recorded for David Jensen
  7. "In Fear of Fear" (2:46) - recorded for David Jensen
  8. "Poison Pen" (3:40) - recorded for David Jensen
  9. "Party of the First Part" (5:35) - broadcast 12 April 1982 by John Peel
  10. "Departure" (4:53) - broadcast 12 April 1982 by John Peel
  11. "The Three Shadows Part II" (2:58) - broadcast 12 April 1982 by John Peel
  12. "Silent Hedges" (3:07) - broadcast 1 July 1982 by David Jensen
  13. "Swing the Heartache" (5:12) - broadcast 1 July 1982 by David Jensen
  14. "Third Uncle" (5:17) - broadcast 1 July 1982 by David Jensen
  15. "Ziggy Stardust" (3:12) - broadcast 1 July 1982 by David Jensen
  16. "Terror Couple Kill Colonel" (3:31) - recorded 17 February 1983 for David Jensen
  17. "Night Time" (3:11) - recorded 17 February 1983 for David Jensen
  18. "She's in Parties" (4:41) - recorded 17 February 1983 for David Jensen

Information retrieved from Swing the Heartache CD cover - Beggars Banquet BBL103CD

References[edit]

  1. ^ Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions at AllMusic
  2. ^ Grant, Steven; Robbins, Ira; Fasolino, Greg. "trouserpress.com :: Bauhaus". trouserpress.com. Retrieved 3 April 2013. 

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