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18-02-2008, 11:02 AM
it's about brothers & sisters
obviously there are both: ep and single (one relased in '98 and the other in '99, i think)
but that's all i know
so, please write anything you know about this subject, and also upload if possible:)
19-02-2008, 12:02 AM
what do you want to know? it's kind of a broad stroked question.
19-02-2008, 10:58 PM
i want to know if there is any differnce? why both - ep and single??
20-02-2008, 01:04 AM
Well there is no Bros&Sis's "single" like the don't panic or clocks single that feature other songs on it. I think making it a single just made it available for radio play. The Brothers and Sisters E.P. features the b-sides easy to please and only superstition. Bigger stronger was also a single in the same sense that Brothers and sisters was.
^ yup, there's only such a thing as the Bros & Sis EP. the initial release was in 98, then it was re-released in 99 (both through Fierce Panda), then re-released again in...i think 2002 or 4 (in the US on Fierce Panda/Brash and Fierce Panda/Sixthman labels). The first two are UK/EU releases and are housed in slimline jewel cases, the latter are in full sized jewel cases with a black seam. the tracklisting is the same for all.
Generally your 'singles' present the single track radio/album edits, and maybe a secondary 'b-side' track. EP's are usually 4-6 songs of non-album material or mostly non-album material. They're just "Extended play" versus "full length."
28-02-2008, 02:13 PM
so all releases are same ( 98, 99,...)
tracklisting is same and there is no difference in song performance?
same tracklisting, etc...
only difference between the cd's is in the casing and serial numbers. not a big deal unless you collect.
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