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Once More with Feeling: Singles 1996-2004 Limited Edition, Import, Best of, Enhanced

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 30 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition, Import, Best of, Enhanced
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B00066D1X6
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Disc: 1
1. 36 Degrees
2. Teenage Angst
3. Nancy Boy
4. Bruise Pristine
5. Pure Morning
6. You Don't Care About Us
7. Every You Every Me
8. Without You I'm Nothing 'featuring David Bowie'
9. Taste In Men
10. Slave To The Wage
See all 19 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Special K (Timo Maas Remix)
2. Without You I'm Nothing (UNKLE Remix)
3. Every You Every Me (Infected By The Scourge Of The Earth Mix)
4. Protège Moi (M83 Remix)
5. Slave To The Wage (I Can't Believe It's A Remix)
6. Pure Morning (Les Rythmes Digitales Remix)
7. Taste In Men (Alpinestars Kamikaze Skimix)
8. Black-Eyed (Placebo Vs Le Vibrator Mix)
9. English Summer Rain (Freelance Hellraiser Remix)
10. This Picture (Junior Sanchez Remix)

Product Description

In addition, the limited edition version of the CD includes 10 rare mixes, available with a U.S. CD release for the very first time.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The songs are great, and I was happy with the track listing March 28 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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There's absolutely nothing wrong with the music on the album itself. The songs are great, and I was happy with the track listing. However, this was a limited edition, so the only way you will probably find it, is if you order it from the "used" section. I was happy to find one in which the package was still unopened, although came from an independent link(in the used section). So as far as the album itself, it plays fantastic, not a single scratch, and most all of my favorite songs. Here's the weird thing; after I'd peeled off the plastic and opened it up, did I smell a very strong stench of what I can only describe on here, as heavy cigar tar or smoke. This was when the disc case was opened. I've had it over a month, and the stench still remains on the inside. It's strange, but it might just be a random fluke, so I can ignore it, due to the fact that I got the music I wanted, the disc works, and that's all that really matters.
4.0 out of 5 stars Does what it says on the box July 6 2009
By Straight-8 - Published on
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A thorough compilation of the band's best known tracks. The remixed bonus CD was incidental in my purchase, but I guess it gives an alternative sound to those who want it.
5.0 out of 5 stars great placebo compilation Sept. 21 2007
By blaccatz - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Good mix of old and new - remixes of classic placebo songs - a must for any placebo fan.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Placebo shows here what they are made of! Dec 6 2004
By Carlos Raul Molina - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This double compilation is what you need to have from Brian Molko's band. That's It. Excellent for beginners, and proves perfectly that at singles arena Placebo can't go wrong. The best single song is 'This Picture'. But the masterpiece, which means a more elaborated work, is 'Without you I'm Nothing'.

Many people feel good at despising Placebo's songs. How wrong they are!! You can think, with good reason more than once, that Placebo's albums are weak. Not because of the way they play, but for the weakening of ideas and the repetitions of formulae. But if you take the songs one by one as singles, you got an outstanding album. That's what I think of this very good band. Maybe with another producer they can deliver the masterwork I'm sure they can. Tony Visconti? Ed Buller? Bernard Butler? I'm dreaming, but this collection is good enough to light up dreams.

The disc 2 is very good, specially the Timo Maas' remix of 'Special K', as well as the version of 'Without you I'm Nothing'. So It's worth your bucks.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Split the Difference Dec 2 2004
By WrtnWrd - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I love Placebo. Have seen them countless times. Feel that each of their last three releases were better than the last. But I'm split on this generous compilation. Good stuff first, then: the remix CD is a joy. Never thought much about Placebo's music in the disco arena, but these extended versions would be at home in clubs from Ibiza to West Hollywood. It's interesting to see how elastic these scabrous pop tunes are; how easily they lend themselves to reinterpretation by club culture. Sad then that the CD of single releases ends up sounding so lacklustre. Because Brian Molko and company are masters at short, nasty tracks like "The Bitter End" and "Nancy Boy", these are standout songs on general issue releases, and they are singles for a reason: they're punchy, catchy, rocking. But they are surrounded by other colors. Gathered together here, they just show up the band's limitations. Each song sounds like a version of the one preceeding, save the Bowie-enhanced version of "Without You I'm Nothing" (a good idea on paper though not as good as the original). So I'd say to the Placebo novice to start with Sleeping With Ghosts and work backwards. For fans, the call is yours.