The Radio Dept. ‎– Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010

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Why Won't You Talk About It? 3:10
Where Damage Isn't Already Done 2:44
Annie Laurie 2:57
Ewan 2:24
Pulling Our Weight 3:21
This Past Week 5:17
The Worst Taste In Music 2:53
We Made The Team 3:28
Bachelor Kisses 3:45
Freddie And The Trojan Horse 3:14
David 3:34
Heaven's On Fire 3:32
Never Follow Suit 4:10
The New Improved Hypocrisy 4:04
Liebling 2:51
We Would Fall Against The Tide 3:15
You And Me Then? 1:27
Peace Of Mind 3:26
Tåget 0:56
Slottet 3:08
What You Sell 3:10
Mad About The Boy 3:27
Closing Scene 4:16
Messy Enough 3:27
The Idle Urban Contemporaries 1:57
All About Our Love 3:14
On Your Side 3:08
The One 2:46

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davestef132

davestef132

December 3, 2011
referencing Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010, 2xLP, Comp, LAB135
i feel that they could have put more rarities on this. half of the songs are already on their LPs.
aaronschlo

aaronschlo

August 16, 2011
referencing Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010, 2xLP, Comp, LAB135
He's not lying. As an American, I have spent thousands of dollars, over years and years, completing my Radio Dept collection on cd and vinyl; almost finished BTW. But if you don't have a lot of time or money, get this album.
linguisticslounge

linguisticslounge

February 16, 2011
referencing Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002-2010, 2xLP, Comp, LAB135

As an American, I've found it incredibly difficult and costly to get my hands on any vinyl that The Radio Dept has produced. This new collection is pretty much obligatory for any fans on this side of the pond and, at least in my case, has all the Radio Dept a casual fan could hope for (with the exception of the song Pet Grief). Fans who've been lucky enough to more easily find the band's releases will appreciate having them in one place as well. And, unlike many compilations, the tracklist is well-thought out- the A/B sides have the A-side single and the corresponding original release B-sides are on the C/D sides at roughly the same point. This makes it easy if you want to DJ and play the A and then B side of a single back-to-back.