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Underworld: 1992-2012 *

Audio Samples

>Bigmouth
>MMM Skyscraper I Love You
>Rez
>Cowgirl
>Spikee
>Dirty Epic
>Dark and Long (Dark Train)
>Born Slippy (NUXX)
>Pearls Girl
>Jumbo
>8 Ball
>Moaner
>Two Months Off
>To Heal
>Crocodile
>Scribble
>Hump, The
>Big Meat Show, The
>Minneapolis
>Why Why Why
>Oich Oich
>Second Hand
>Parc [Live]
>Simple Peal
>Jal to Tokyo

Track List

>Bigmouth
>MMM Skyscraper I Love You
>Rez
>Cowgirl
>Spikee
>Dirty Epic
>Dark and Long (Dark Train)
>Born Slippy (NUXX)
>Pearls Girl
>Jumbo
>8 Ball
>Moaner
>Two Months Off
>To Heal
>Crocodile
>Scribble
>Hump, The
>Big Meat Show, The
>Minneapolis
>Why Why Why
>Oich Oich
>Second Hand
>Parc [Live]
>Simple Peal
>Jal to Tokyo

Album Reviews:

Uncut (magazine) (p.101) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The nostalgic tug of the earlier, dancier singles remains strong, but as a bonus disc of rarities demonstrates, their experimental side is equally compelling."

Album Notes

Photographers: Danny North; Mike Gillespie; Ben Duncan; Niels Van Iperen; John Warwicker; Rick Smith ; Henry Iddon; Teppei Kishida; Jeff Metal; Toru Yoshikawa; Martin Gontad.

The three-disc 1992-2012 anthology replaces the two-disc 1992-2002 as a generous overview of Underworld's lengthy second act. It was issued simultaneously with A Collection, a single-disc release featuring space-saving edits of the group's lengthier highlights. Bizarrely, this lacks some of the cuts included on A Collection -- namely "Beebop Hurry," "Downpipe," "The First Note Is Silent," and "King of Snake" -- and reserves the third disc for rarities, including B-sides, Japan-only bonus tracks, and compilation contributions. The cardboard foldout package is sturdy and holds a glossy, photo-packed booklet. Track information is minimal -- there's no release information whatsoever -- yet most of the photos have dates and locations. Like a lot of career overviews, this is somewhere between an introduction and a collector's item, but it initially retailed for the price of a single disc and holds an edge over the marginally less expensive A Collection. ~ Andy Kellman



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