The Rest

Deacon Blue

The Rest

Deacon Blue

The Rest

Release information

Release information

Label: Edsel • Format: • Date: 29/10/2012 Cat#: EDSG8023 • Barcode: 740155802332 • Genre: Alternative, Pop, Rock

Track Listing

  1. I'll Never Fall In Love Again
  2. Look Of Love
  3. Are You There (With Another Girl)
  4. Message To Michael
  5. I Was Right And You Were Wrong
  6. Bound To Love
  7. Still In The Mood
  8. Fergus Sings The Blues [live]
  9. Loaded [live]
  10. Chocolate Girl [live]
  11. Beautiful Stranger
  12. Waves Of Sorrow [piano and vocal version]
  13. Bethlehem’s Gate [piano and vocal version]
  14. I Was Right And You Were Wrong [extended version]
  15. Mexico Rain
  16. Goin’ Back [live]
  17. Wages Day [piano version]
  1. Love Hurts
  2. Jesus Do Your Hands Still Feel The Rain
  3. Christmas And Glasgow
  4. When You Are Young
  5. Plastic Shoes
  6. All I Want
  7. Walking Back Home
  8. Bigger Than Dynamite
  9. Haunted
  10. The One About Loneliness
  11. Deportee [live]
  12. Wild Horses [live]
  1. I’ll Never Fall In Love Again
  2. I Was Right And You Were Wrong
  3. Love Hurts
  4. Bigger Than Dynamite
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About this release

This fifth release in Edsel’s series of Deacon Blue reissues collects up all the songs and recordings, originally issued on ‘Riches’, ‘Ooh Las Vegas’ and ‘Walking Back Home’, that do not belong on any of the core ‘parent’ albums. These songs were not associated with any of the studio albums so the band has created this new casebound book compilation that they have called ‘The Rest’.

Starting with the band’s biggest singles chart success, the “Bacharach & David EP”, the collection takes in the three new tracks added to the 1994 hits compilation “Our Town” (another # 1 Double Platinum success) and the b-sides from the singles, along with the seven new songs on 1999’s ‘old and new’ release “Walking Back Home”, the three new songs on 2006’s “Singles” package and two live b-sides.

The DVD features the promo videos while the booklet features a newly-written note by Ricky Ross, all the lyrics to his songs, and ephemera and photos from his own collection.