Ride ‎– Cosmic Carnival

Label:
Sire ‎– WPCR-68, Reprise Records ‎– WPCR-68
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CD, Compilation
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1 At The End Of The Universe
Organ [Hammond] – Jon Lord
7:58
2 I Don't Know Where It Comes From (Single Version)
Backing Vocals – The Christchurch Cathedral School Choir
3:26
3 Let's Get Lost 3:54
4 Don't Let It Die 3:14
5 Walkabout 5:55
6 Moonlight Medicine (Ride On The Wire Mix)
Guitar [Additional] – Adrian UtleyOrgan [Hammond] – Jon LordRemix – Portishead
5:51
7 Rolling Thunder #2 1:07
8 I Don't Know Where It Comes From (Apollo 11 Mix)
Backing Vocals – The Christchurch Cathedral School ChoirEngineer – Chris Brown (8)Remix – Andy Bell (2)
8:10
9 Journey To The End Of The Universe (Version)
Engineer – Chris Brown (8)Organ [Hammond] – Jon LordRemix – Loz Colbert
7:55

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Credits

  • Producer, Mixed ByJohn Leckie (tracks: 1 to 4, 7)

Notes

℗ © 1994 Sire Records Company for the U.S. and
WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.
Manufactured by WEA Japan
A Time Warner Company
Made in Japan

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 943674 006823
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4943674006823
  • Matrix / Runout: WPCR-0068 1 A1
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Other (Price): ¥2,000

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StoneDeadTrippa

StoneDeadTrippa

September 3, 2013
I managed to pick the set up for £8.99 from Sainsbury's Entertainment. I only bought it for the Cosmic Carnival compilation, which was too expensive to import at the time.
plcrewe

plcrewe

August 31, 2013
This album is being included as part of a 5-disc box set release on Rhino Records - currently available at Amazon for £11.99 !! (for all 5 discs)
pyenapple

pyenapple

September 18, 2008
edited over 7 years ago

Quite brilliant collection of b-sides, especially the two "End of the Universe" songs (the original and the Loz Colbert dub version). Also the spacy Andy Bell remix of "I Don't Know Where It Comes From", the Portishead remix of "Moonlight Medicine" and the horn-filled, Small Faces-esque "Let's Get Lost". Honestly, the only unnecessary thing on here is the single version of "I Don't Know Where It Comes From", which is a sadly truncated radio edit with that Rolling Stones-ish children's-choir bit at the end lopped off. Everything else on this Japan-only compilation is totally rare and absolutely awesome. Ride fans take notice!