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Teenage Fanclub - Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub flac album Performer: Teenage Fanclub
Title: Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub
Style: Indie Rock
Released: 2003
Country: Europe
MP3 album: 1117 mb
FLAC album: 1384 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Genre: Rock

The best of Teenage Fanclub as chosen by the band, including singles, album tracks and three new songs by each of the band’s songwriters. The contract required Teenage Fanclub to deliver two albums, the first of which was Howdy! and this compilation was the second. Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds: A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub Q&A.

Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds – A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub. Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub is a greatest hits album by Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, released on 3 February 2003

Like all verifiable Glasgow bands, Teenage Fanclub write seductive shrines to love and disenchantment, love and wanderlust, sometimes just love and more love. Needless to say, at some point soon after 1991's heralded masterpiece Bandwagonesque, the 90s had to make their choice: rock songs about Scottish sunsets or rock songs about antichrists and bad sarcasm. In retrospect, we made the wrong decision. Their last two albums, Songs from Northern Britain and Howdy!, have been fairly hit-or-miss, and Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds does an admirable job of compiling the best of these: "I Don't Want Control of You" is a brass rendition of a theme to an imaginary 60s sitcom. Planets" is a bizarrely dispiriting and hopeful space anthem with silly lyrics and orchestral crescendos.

Consequently, 1995's Grand Prix (the rebirth of melody) and 1997's Songs (the best album this side of Abbey Road) barely registered outside of Oslo, which is why Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Six Seconds: A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub will come as revelation to those who haven't bothered since Blake strummed his Gibson Explorer on Saturday Night Live. It's all here, from the messy Badfinger "tude" of "The Concept" to the Sweetheart of the Rodeo-era harmonies on "Ain't That Enough" and the stereo-panning of "Dumb Dumb Dumb.

Find sources: "Thirteen" Teenage Fanclub album – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (February 2011) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). 1993 studio album by Teenage Fanclub. I think they were trying to market us to teenage girls", Blake said. But we ended up having to pay them ten grand, because they got a photographer, a studio, and models. They had to pay them of. In the end, the band put together the sleeve themselves. Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds – A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub (2003). php?title Thirteen (Teenage Fanclub album)&oldid 897577700".

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Teenage Fanclub emerged from the Glasgow C86 scene. Their sound is reminiscent of Californian bands like the Beach Boys and the Byrds, and their seventies counterparts Big Star. Originally a noisy and chaotic band, their first album A Catholic Education, released in 1990 on Paperhouse, is largely atypical of their later sound, with the possible exception of "Everything Flows"  . Their final release on a Sony label, Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds – A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub, collected the Fanclub's best songs along with three new songs (one from each member). Their next album, Man-Made, was released on 2 May 2005, on the band's own PeMa label.

Discografia Teenage Fanclub: -to-teenage-fanclub - The Concept, Ain't That Enough, The World'll Be OK, Everything Flows, Star Sign, Mellow Doubt, I Need Direction, About You, What You Do To Me, Empty Space, Sparky's Dream, I Don't Want Control Of You, Hang On, Did I say, Dont Look Back, Your Love Is The Place Where I Come From, Neil Jung, Radio, Dumb Dumb Dumb, Planets, My Uptight Life. Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty-Six Seconds:A Short Cut to Teenage Fanclub.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Concept
Producer – Don Fleming, Paul Chisholm, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
5:36
2 Ain't That Enough
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
3:43
3 The World'll Be OK
Producer – Nick Brine, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – McGinley*
4:26
4 Everything Flows
Producer – Teenage FanclubRemix – Nick Brine, Teenage Fanclub
5:16
5 Star Sign
Producer – Don Fleming, Paul Chisholm, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
3:53
6 Mellow Doubt
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
2:42
7 I Need Direction
Producer – Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
4:11
8 About You
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – McGinley*
2:42
9 What You Do To Me
Producer – Don Fleming, Paul Chisholm, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
1:57
10 Empty Space
Producer – Nick Brine, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
4:32
11 Sparky's Dream
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
3:15
12 I Don't Want Control Of You
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
3:08
13 Hang On
Producer – Andy Macpherson, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
5:05
14 Did I Say
Producer – Nick Brine, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
2:24
15 Don't Look Back
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
3:41
16 Your Love Is The Place Where I Come From
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – McGinley*
3:30
17 Neil Jung
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
4:48
18 Radio
Producer – Andy Macpherson, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Love*
2:52
19 Dumb Dumb Dumb
Producer – Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Blake*
3:19
20 Planets
Producer – David Bianco, Teenage FanclubWritten-By – Macdonald*, Blake*
2:50
21 My Uptight Life
Producer – Teenage Fanclub
5:25

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Creation Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The David Geffen Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Geffen Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fire Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Teenage Fanclub
  • Copyright (c) – Creation Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Licensed To – Thirsty Ear Recordings, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Sony Music
  • Distributed By – 3MV
  • Distributed By – Ten
  • Published By – Universal Music
  • Published By – EMI Music
  • Published By – Creation Songs
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Recorded At – Parr Street Studios
  • Recorded At – Rockfield Studios
  • Mixed At – Rockfield Studios
  • Remixed At – Rockfield Studios
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Pressed By – Sony Music – S5095372000-0101

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Scott King
  • Cello [Aided By On] – Isobel Campbell (tracks: 3, 10, 14)
  • Cover [Concept], Photography By [Cover] – Donald Milne
  • Engineer – Nick Brine (tracks: 3, 10, 14)
  • Engineer [Assistant At Parr Street] – Darren Simpson (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Mike Cave (tracks: 3, 10, 14)
  • Engineer [Assistant At Rockfield] – James Morgan (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Jason Harris (tracks: 3, 10, 14)
  • Liner Notes [Perspectives On Teenage Fanclub.] – Alan McGee, Chas Banks, Dave Barker , David Bianco, Don Fleming, Stephen Pastel
  • Liner Notes [The Circular Story Of Teenage Fanclub, Or, How To Get Ahead in The Music Business. - 22nd September 2002.] – Peter Mason
  • Mastered By – Steve Rooke
  • Performer [Players New Song Sessions] – Finlay Macdonald (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Francis Macdonald (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Gerard Love (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Norman Blake (tracks: 3, 10, 14), Raymond McGinley (tracks: 3, 10, 14)
  • Photography By [Booklet] – Norman Blake, Raymond McGinley, Sharon Fitzgerald
  • Violin, Viola [Aided By On] – John McCusker (tracks: 3, 10, 14)

Notes

Made in Austria.

Extensive articles on the band - "The Circular Story Of Teenage Fanclub, or, How To Get Ahead in The Music Business." and "Perspectives On Teenage Fanclub." are included in two booklets.

1, 4, 5, 9, 13 & 18 published by Universal Music. 2, 6, 8, 11, 12, 15 to 17 published by EMI Music. 20 published by EMI Music and Creation Songs.
3, 7, 10, 14, 19 & 21 published by Creation Songs / Warner Chapell Music.

The copyright in these sound recordings is owned as follows. Tracks 1, 5 & 9: ℗ 1991 Creation Records Ltd for UK & Europe and ℗ 1991 The David Geffen Company, under exclusive license from Universal International Music B.V. for the World outside UK & Europe. Tracks 13 & 18: ℗ 1993 Creation Records Ltd for UK & Europe and ℗ 1993 Geffen Records Inc., under exclusive license from Universal International Music B.V. for the World outside UK & Europe. Tracks 6, 8, 11, 15 & 17: ℗ 1995 Creation Records Ltd for UK & Europe and ℗ 1995 Geffen Records Inc., under exclusive license from Universal International Music B.V. for the World outside UK & Europe. Track 4: ℗ 1990 Fire Records for the World outside USA and ℗ 1990 Teenage Fanclub for USA. Tracks 2, 12, 16 & 20: ℗ 1997 Creation Records Ltd for the World. Tracks 7, 19 & 21: ℗ 2000 Creation Recors Ltd for the World, under exlusive license to Thirsty Ear Recordings Inc for USA. Tracks 3, 10 & 14: ℗ 2002 Creation Records Ltd for the World. "Howdy!" tracks courtesy of Thirsty Ear Recordings Inc for USA.

The new songs were recorded at Parr Street, Liverpool and Rockfield, South Wales. They were mixed at Rockfield.

Since there's no differentiation between the recording locations of the new songs, the track positions of the assistant engineer credits are given for the whole of the new songs.

Everything Flows was remixed at Rockfield.

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The title refers to the album's total length, just 34 seconds short of the maximum running time possible on a single CD: as a consequence the tracks "Starsign" and "My Uptight Life" were edited from their original versions in order to fit on to the album.

The album comprises fourteen singles, four album tracks, and three new songs written for the album. It reached #47 in the UK album charts.

Tracks 1, 5 and 9 from Bandwagonesque
Tracks 2, 12, 16 and 20 from Songs From Northern Britain
Tracks 3, 10 and 14 are new songs.
Track 4 from A Catholic Education

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099750 953792
  • Label Code: LC 12182
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout: S5095372000-0101 14 C1 Sony Music
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 941N

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
509537 1, POOLS3LP, 5095371000 Teenage Fanclub Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub ‎(2xLP, Comp) Creation Records, Pool Side, Creation Records 509537 1, POOLS3LP, 5095371000 Europe 2003
491004 1 Teenage Fanclub Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub ‎(CD, Comp) Columbia 491004 1 UK 2003
21.310 CD Teenage Fanclub Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub ‎(CD, Comp) Subterfuge Records 21.310 CD Spain 2003
TWA66CD Teenage Fanclub Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub ‎(CD, Comp) Jetset Records TWA66CD US 2003
POOLS3CD, 509537 2, 5095372000 Teenage Fanclub Four Thousand Seven Hundred And Sixty-Six Seconds - A Short Cut To Teenage Fanclub ‎(CD, Comp) Pool Side, Creation Records, Creation Records POOLS3CD, 509537 2, 5095372000 Europe 2003
Comments: (2)
Thordigda
Could have done with remastering for some tracks, especially the universally loved 'Everything Flows' for every version I have of it, not just this one. Still this is just the bomb. One of the best Indie Pop/Rock- Power Pop comps ever.
Keel
They should have used the single edit of The Concept too. Would have fitted another song on with the extra space.