|1||Both Of The Principals In Electronic Were (And Are) Known For Work With Other Famous Bands:Jonny Marr With The Smiths And Bernard Sumner With Joy Division And New Order. Is That Previous Reputation A Burden? Do People Hark Back To Those Bands All The Time?||2:26|
|2||So How Long Did This 3rd Album Take, And Did Marr And Sumner Have A Different Attitude And Approach To Recording It. Put Simply, Have They Speeded Up At All?||4:35|
|3||So Electronic Are Working With Producer Arthur Baker Again. Presumably, Bernard Recommended Him?||3:01|
|4||How Has The Relationship Between Jonny And Bernard Developed Over Time?||3:07|
|5||Tell Us About The Song "Late At Night"||0:32|
|6||Then Segue To||1:28|
|7||The First Single Is Called "Vivid". Perhaps Bernard Would Tell Us About That?||1:10|
|8||So What About The Lyrics On This Album. Does Bernard Think That His Lyrics Have Changed At All?||1:09|
|9||Let's Consider The Track Prodigal Son.||2:39|
|11||The Album Is Called "Twisted Tenderness". How Did That Title Come About And What Is The Policy On Titles?||1:32|
|12||Let's Look At The Track "Can't Find My Way Home". What Led Them To Do A Reworking Of The Old Blind Faith Song?||2:32|
|13||What Are Marr And Sumner's Hopes For The New CD?||2:19|
|14||And Will We See Electronic Playing Live?||0:55|
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© 1999 Clear Productions Ltd.
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- Matrix / Runout: CDIN 120