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SDEtv / Susanna Hoffs & Matthew Sweet: Under the Covers 6LP

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Out next week, SDE Editor Paul Sinclair takes a look at the 6LP vinyl edition of the new Susanna Hoffs & Matthew Sweet set Completely Under The Covers.



Please note, contrary to what I said in the video, the bonus tracks ARE included in the vinyl box! The 4CD box and 6LP vinyl set are out on 23 October 2015. More details below.

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6LP Coloured vinyl box

4CD box

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4CD box

Disc: 1
1. I See The Rain
2. And Your Bird Can Sing
3. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
4. Who Knows Where The Time Goes?
5. Cinnamon Girl
6. Alone Again Or
7. The Warmth Of The Sun
8. Different Drum
9. The Kids Are Alright
10. Sunday Morning
11. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
12. Care Of Cell 44
13. Monday, Monday
14. She May Call You Up Tonight
15. Run To Me
16. Village Green Preservation Society
17. I Can See For Miles

Disc: 2
1. Sugar Magnolia
2. Go All The Way
3. Second Hand News
4. Bell Bottom Blues
5. All The Young Dudes
6. You’re So Vain
7. Here Comes My Girl
8. I’ve Seen All Good People: Your Move/All Good People
9. Hello It’s Me
10. Willin’
11. Back Of A Car
12. Couldn’t I Just Tell You
13. Gimme Some Truth
14. Maggie May
15. Everything I Own
16. Beware Of Darkness

Disc: 3
1. Dreaming
2. Marquee Moon
3. I Wanna Be Sedated
4. Baby Blue
5. You Say You Don’t Love Me
6. (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding
7. You Can Close Your Eyes
8. Melissa
9. Killer Queen
10. A Song For You

Disc: 4
1. Sitting Still
2. Girls Talk
3. Big Brown Eyes
4. Kid
5. Free Fallin’
6. Save It For Later
7. They Don’t Know
8. The Bulrushes
9. Our Lips Are Sealed
10. How Soon Is Now
11. More Than This
12. Towers Of London
13. Killing Moon
14. Trouble
15. Train In Vain
16. You’re My Favorite Waste of Time
17. I Would Die 4 U

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6LP Vinyl box

LP 1/2

VOLUME 1, 1960s

Side A

  • 1. I See The Rain [Marmalade] 3:45
  • 2. And Your Bird Can Sing [The Beatles] 2:10
  • 3. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue [Bob Dylan] 3:45
  • 4. Who Knows Where The Time Goes? [Fairport Convention] 5:51
  • 5. Cinnamon Girl [Neil Young and Crazy Horse] 2:47

Side B

  • 1. Alone Again Or [Love] 3:35
  • 2. The Warmth Of The Sun [The Beach Boys] 3:08
  • 3. Different Drum [Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt] 2:52
  • 4. The Kids Are Alright [The Who] 2:50

Side C

  • 1. Sunday Morning [The Velvet Underground] 3:26
  • 2. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere [Neil Young and Crazy Horse] 2:27
  • 3. Care Of Cell 44 [The Zombies] 3:56
  • 4. Monday, Monday [The Mamas & the Papas] 3:27

Side D

  • 1. She May Call You Up Tonight [The Left Banke] 2:24
  • 2. Run To Me [Bee Gees] 3:06
  • 3. Village Green Preservation Society [The Kinks] 2:57
  • 4. I Can See For Miles [The Who] 4:13

LP 3/4

VOLUME 2, 1970s

Side A

  • 1. Sugar Magnolia [Grateful Dead] 3:32
  • 2. Go All The Way [Raspberries] 3:33
  • 3. Second Hand News [Fleetwood Mac] 3:13
  • 4. All The Young Dudes [Mott The Hoople] 3:52
  • 5. You Can Close Your Eyes [James Taylor] 2:34
  • 6. Marquee Moon [Television] 10:49

Side B

  • 1. Here Comes My Girl [Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers] 4:22
  • 2. I’ve Seen All Good People: Your Move/All Good People [Yes] 7:29
  • 3. Hello It’s Me [Todd Rundgren] 3:51
  • 4. Willin’ [Little Feat] 2:59
  • 5. Back Of A Car [Big Star] 2:32
  • 6. Couldn’t I Just Tell You [Todd Rundgren] 3:27

Side C

  • 1. Gimme Some Truth [John Lennon] 3:27
  • 2. Maggie May [Rod Stewart] 5:32
  • 3. Beware Of Darkness [George Harrison] 3:38
  • 4. Dreaming [Blondie] 2:51
  • 5. Bell Bottom Blues [Derek and the Dominos] 5:02
  • 6. You’re So Vain [Carly Simon] 4:22

Side D

  • 1. I Wanna Be Sedated [Ramones] 2:10
  • 2. Baby Blue [Badfinger] 3:42
  • 3. You Say You Don’t Love Me [Buzzcocks] 2:55
  • 4. (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding [Brinsley Schwarz] 3:57
  • 5. Everything I Own [Bread] 3:09
  • 6. Melissa [Allman Brothers Band] 4:14
  • 7. Killer Queen [Queen] 2:56
  • 8. A Song For You [Gram Parsons] 4:38
  • Side 5 / 6

VOLUME 3, 1980s

Side A

  • 1. Sitting Still [R.E.M.] 3:17
  • 2. Girls Talk [Dave Edmunds] 3:32
  • 3. Big Brown Eyes [The dB’s] 1:54
  • 4. Kid [Pretenders] 3:03
  • 5. Free Fallin’ [Tom Petty] 4:17

Side B

  • 1. Save It For Later [The Beat] 3:27
  • 2. They Don’t Know [Kirsty MacColl] 3:02
  • 3. The Bulrushes [The Bongos] 2:43
  • 4. Our Lips Are Sealed [The Go-Go’s] 2:54

Side C

  • 1. How Soon Is Now [The Smiths] 5:44
  • 2. More Than This [Roxy Music] 4:07
  • 3. Towers Of London [XTC] 4:54
  • 4. Killing Moon [Echo and The Bunnymen] 4:23

Side D

  • 1. Trouble [Lindsey Buckingham] 3:45
  • 2. Train In Vain [The Clash] 2:59
  • 3. You’re My Favorite Waste of Time [Marshall Crenshaw] 2:28
  • 4. I Would Die 4 U [Prince] 2:52

6LP Coloured vinyl box

4CD box

 

 

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29 responses to SDEtv / Susanna Hoffs & Matthew Sweet: Under the Covers 6LP

  1. bob says:

    Hi Paul
    Sorry to jump on this thread but are you going to be reviewing the Bowie CD box anytime soon? I haven’t bought it yet and am waiting for your opinion on it before I take the jump.

  2. colm47 says:

    Hi Paul

    Looks lovely. Have it on order from Demon. Any download card inside?

    I have the CD box on order as well at great price from Amazon Uk.

    • richie says:

      Same here ordered these some time ago, vinyl – Demon, Cds – Am. UK.

      That box set looks great, looking forward to getting it next week.

  3. Cosby Sweater says:

    Any news how limited the vinyl version is?

  4. Eleanore Spent says:

    I’d ditch your video unboxings, they are very ‘nerdy’ and you look like someone who isn’t at all careful with their vinyl/cds, etc. I wouldn’t let you handle mine!

    • andrew R says:

      Personally can’t see whats wrong with Paul’s handling
      technique?? As for nerdy the very fact of being on a site
      for deluxe editions of music makes us all a little nerdy surely?
      Or do you live in a cave mumbling “my precious?”

    • Jim says:

      I would ignore that comment Paul.

      A chance to see the product before buying with an overview commentary is more than adequate and most people viewing this site will see the videos as a nice follow-on from the written previews.

      The way people whine about handling vinyl makes me wonder why they bother with it as a medium. The care needed before and after playing it for enthusiasts is such an obvious pain.

      I’m more than happy with my hi-res 5.1 blurays and hi-res digital files. If I want to see enlarged artwork or lyrics I have that online. I do remember when vinyl and cassette were the only option and would never go back.

    • William says:

      cannot disagree with you more, these videos are excellent and informative to serious and casual collectors

    • gb says:

      I don’t mind how Paul handles the records in a video.
      he is making a video showing the product, not giving a 101 on record handling. he has a lot going through his mind, what to cover, mention etc.

      I love the videos, they are now my favourite part of the site.
      aside from making me want everything that is shown, Paul has a
      lovely manner and friendly voice and this all comes across.

      keep making the vids Paul please

      – george
      *nerdy and proud

  5. Adam shaw says:

    Like the video Paul , more please !

  6. Eric says:

    There’s no substitute for seeing the products like this; all the flowery record label PR in the world doesn’t help you know what things will actually be like once you get them in the post, or see them on a store display (if you’re that lucky!).

    It’s a great feature and as a self-confessed “fusspot” myself, I don’t see anything amiss in Paul’s handling of the vinyl!

    That said, I won’t be paying the extra £33 for these LPs over the CDs.

  7. William says:

    I love the unboxing videos, long may they continue and I’m looking forward to this being released…although you might want to add an ‘S’ onto the ‘Hoff’ on your video :-p

  8. Andrea says:

    God how I hate coloured vinyl… any chance this is coming out in plain black vinyl?…

  9. pinkfloyd says:

    Hey Paul Sinclair
    May I request an unboxing video for SDEtv?
    I have enjoyed your Queen & a-ha videos.
    Can you do an unboxing video for “Bananarama In A Bunch: The Singles 1981-1993″?
    At the moment there’s none on Youtube. Yes I am aware it’s 33CDs, but I trust with your LPs handling skills you can easily limit the duration to <10 minutes.
    I already ordered my set, but since I am overseas the box is sitting pretty in my sister's house awaiting my return.
    Pretty please?

  10. KC says:

    Thanks Paul for taking the time to make these videos! I really enjoy watching them as I can really see what the products are like. Cheers.

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  12. kauwgompie says:

    Many, many thanks for the videos Paul. I love em and have bought pretty much all the ones you did. Your kindness and sense of humor shines through. Many thanks for what you do! I so love this site!

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  14. Dean Davenport says:

    Paul, do you have any idea why the vinyl box has yet to show up on Amazon, DeepDiscount, ImportCDs or any other online retailer here in the United States? We Americans are getting hosed. Is it a distribution problem? Anyway you can find out for us? By the way, enjoyed your video.

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  16. Phillydog says:

    Looking at the vinyl edition, the considerable length of the 70’s volume would have made it wise to have included just one more record, rather than mashing too much music on each side. Running times of 25 minutes plus are definitely going to affect the audio quality. Wonder if Matthew had any input on that? The 60’s & 80’s albums should sound just fine.

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