Themes – Volume 5: March 91–September 92

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Themes – Volume 5:
March 91–September 92
Themes Vol 5 cover.jpg
Box set by
Released2008
Recorded1989–1992
GenreRock, pop rock, arena rock
LabelVirgin
ProducerStephen Lipson
Simple Minds chronology
Sunday Express – Live (Volumes 1 & 2)
(2007)
Themes – Volume 5:
March 91–September 92

(2008)
Graffiti Soul
(2009)

Themes – Volume 5: March 91–September 92 is box set released by Simple Minds. The Themes series documents the band's developing sound through their classic 12″ single releases.

Track listing[edit]

Theme 21 – Let There Be Love
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Let There Be Love" (Extended Mix)Burchill, Kerr8:16
2."Goodnight"Burchill, Kerr3:20
3."Let There Be Love" (7″ Mix)Burchill, Kerr4:44
4."Alive and Kicking[Note 1]"Simple Minds3:51
Theme 22 – See the Lights
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."See the Lights" (Julian Mendelsohn Extended Remix)Burchill, Kerr7:00
2."Theme for Great Cities '91" (Extended Version)Simple Minds6:32
3."Theme for Great Cities '91[Note 1]" (Edit)Simple Minds4:42
4."Soul Crying Out"Burchill, Kerr, McNeil8:04
Theme 23 – Stand by Love
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Stand by Love"Burchill, Kerr4:10
2."King Is White and in the Crowd[Note 2]"Burchill, Forbes, Kerr, McNeil4:20
3."Let There Be Love[Note 2]"Burchill, Kerr5:21
Theme 24 – Real Life
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Real Life" (Edit)Burchill, Kerr3:56
2."See the Lights[Note 3]"Burchill, Kerr5:04
3."Belfast Child[Note 3]"Simple Minds, Traditional9:15
Theme 25 – Love Song/Alive and Kicking[Note 4]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Love Song[Note 5]" (Extended Mix)Kerr, Simple Minds5:05
2."Love Song[Note 3]"Kerr, Simple Minds4:31
3."Travelling Man[Note 3]"Burchill, Kerr, Lipson5:15
4."Oh Jungleland[Note 3]"Simple Minds6:39
5."Alive and Kicking[Note 3]"Simple Minds6:06

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Recorded live in Verona 14–15 September 1989 on the Fleetwood Mobile.
  2. ^ a b Recorded live at Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California, 19 June 1991.
  3. ^ a b c d e f recorded live at Glasgow Barrowland 13 August 1991 by the Manor Mobile.
  4. ^ Promo-only 12″
  5. ^ Produced by Steve Hillage

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