The EPs 1992–1994

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The EPs 1992–1994
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Compilation album by David Gray
Released 2 July 2001
Recorded 1992–1994
Genre Folk rock
Length 42:14
Label Hut/Virgin
Producer David Gray, David Anderson
David Gray chronology
Lost Songs 95–98
(2000)Lost Songs 95–982000
The EPs 1992–1994
(2001)
A New Day at Midnight
(2002)A New Day at Midnight2002
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The EPs 1992–1994 is a compilation album by David Gray, released in July 2001. The compilation's release coincided with Hut Records' reissues of Gray's first two albums, A Century Ends and Flesh. The EPs 1992–1994 collects the singles and their B-sides released during that time period, as well as the enhanced music videos for "Shine" and "Wisdom."

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by David Gray.

No. Title Length
1. "Birds Without Wings" 4:49
2. "L's Song" 4:14
3. "The Light" 3:51
4. "Shine" (Edit) 4:24
5. "Brick Walls" 4:56
6. "The Rice" 3:28
7. "Wisdom" 4:15
8. "Lovers" 3:22
9. "4AM" 2:42
10. "Coming Down" 6:13
Enhanced section
No. Title Length
1. "Shine" (Video directed by Tony van Ende)  
2. "Wisdom" (Video directed by Lindy Heymann)  

Credits[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • David Gray – vocals, guitar

Production[edit]

  • Produced by David Gray and David Anderson.