The Field Mice - Snowball download album
Snowball (LP, Album). Snowball + Singles (CD, Album, RE, RM, Del). referencing Snowball, 10", Album, SARAH 402. Wasn't this released in 1989? Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
Snowball is the debut album by England twee pop group The Field Mice. It was originally released as a 10" vinyl LP on September 4, 1989 through Sarah Records. Let's Kiss and Make Up" – 6:13. You're Kidding Aren't You" – 2:30. End of the Affair" – 4:14. Couldn't Feel Safer" – 3:47. This Love Is Not Wrong" – 3:21. Everything About You" – 2:30. The following tracks appear on the 2005 reissue of the album from LTM recordings.
Snowball by The Field Mice, released 01 January 1989 1. Let's Kiss And Make Up 2. You're Kidding Aren't You 3. End Of The Affair 4. Couldn't Feel Safer 5. This Love Is Not Wrong 6. Everything About You 7. White 8. Letting Go From a sleeve that belligerently refused to offer prospective purchasers anything other than a 10 slab of pure colour (Pantone 259) to final track Letting Go’s t vocal, Snowball - the last thing The Field Mice recorded as a duo of Bobby Wratten and Michael Hiscock, and the band's first non-7" release for Sarah Records - c. .
The Field Mice's first album (and one of the first non-7" releases on the nascent Sarah Records label), 1989's Snowball leads off with "Let's Kiss and Make Up," probably the duo's best-known song thanks to Saint Etienne's cover on 1991's Foxbase Alpha. It's fitting that Saint Etienne scored the hit with their sparkling, danceable version, as it's simply a better use of the song.
By: The Field Mice (1989, Rock). For Keeps by The Field Mice. View all albums . Snowball. By: The Field Mice (1989, Rock). 1. Let’s Kiss And Make Up.
But if the Field Mice were just adorable indiepop amateurs, then why do they sound so slick and stylish? Yeah, they have their sunny strum-a-longs and wistful laid-back jangle- songs so "pop" that it feels like someone must always have sounded like this. The first of these reissues, Snowball, wraps up the band's sweet-and-simple early work- open chords and a muted drum machine, stripping down bookish English indie to a purity that can leave the Sundays looking like a prog-metal outfit. The best of these tracks have a charm that makes boyish idealism sound like one of the better phases of life, and they cast a long shadow on everything that came after them.
|A1||Let's Kiss And Make Up||6:14|
|A2||You're Kidding Aren't You||2:34|
|A3||End Of The Affair||4:14|
|A4||Couldn't Feel Safer||3:46|
|B1||This Love Is Not Wrong||3:22|
|B2||Everything About You||2:30|
|SARAH 402||The Field Mice||Snowball (10", Album)||Sarah Records||SARAH 402||UK||1989|
|LTMCD 2419||The Field Mice||Snowball + Singles (CD, Album, RE, RM, Del)||LTM||LTMCD 2419||UK||2005|
|LTMCD 2419||The Field Mice||Snowball + Singles (CD, Album, RE, RM, EDC)||LTM||LTMCD 2419||UK||Unknown|
|SARAH 3301CD||The Field Mice||Snowball (CD, Album)||Midnight Music, Sarah Records||SARAH 3301CD||France||1990|
|SARAH 3301||The Field Mice||Snowball (LP, Album)||Midnight Music||SARAH 3301||France||1990|