Sarah Cracknell ‎– Lipslide

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Instinct Records ‎– INS507-2
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1 Anymore
Engineer – Richard Norris*Producer – Stephen Hague
3:48
2 Home
Producer – Andy WrightProducer, Engineer – Jeremy Wheatley
3:28
3 Ready Or Not
Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements] – David WhitakerEngineer – Jeremy WheatleyMixed By – Steve OrchardProducer – Sarah Cracknell
4:41
4 Desert Baby
Producer – Andy WrightProducer, Engineer – Jeremy Wheatley
4:24
5 Goldie
Engineer – Jeremy WheatleyMixed By – Steve OrchardProducer – Andy Wright, Dom T.
5:03
6 Oh Boy, The Feeling When You Held My Hand
Mixed By, Engineer – Doug SpikeProducer – Sarah Cracknell
4:13
7 Coastal Town
Producer – Andy WrightProducer, Engineer – Jeremy Wheatley
4:01
8 Aussie Soap Girl
Producer – Johnny MaleProducer, Engineer – Guy Batson
3:48
9 4 Months, 2 Weeks
Producer, Engineer – Ian Catt
5:24
10 Can't Stop Now
Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements] – David WhitakerEngineer – Jeremy WheatleyMixed By – Steve OrchardProducer – Sarah Cracknell
4:57
11 Fifth Floor
Producer, Engineer – Ian Catt
4:41
12 If You Leave Me
Engineer – Andy KowalskiMixed By – Jeremy WheatleyProducer – Stephen Lironi
4:02
Video Anymore

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GUTCD2, GutCD2 Sarah Cracknell Lipslide(CD, Album) Honey Lane, Honey Lane, Gut Records, Gut Records GUTCD2, GutCD2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
CDSARAH 1, 7243 8 44308 2 5 Sarah Cracknell Lipslide(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin, Gut Records, Honey Lane CDSARAH 1, 7243 8 44308 2 5 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
HVNLP92CDDE Sarah Cracknell Lipslide(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, RM + Dlx) Heavenly, Universal UMC HVNLP92CDDE UK & Europe 2012 Sell This Version
none Sarah Cracknell Lipslide(CDr, Album + CDr + Promo) Heavenly, Universal UMC none UK 2012 Sell This Version
TOCP-50257 Sarah Cracknell Lipslide(CD, Album) InsideOut TOCP-50257 Japan 1997 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

April 26, 2004

Sarah Cracknell, the frontwoman for Saint Etienne, step out on her own with <I>Lipslide</I>, a wonderfully poppy album. It still sounds vaguely like Saint Etienne, but that may simply be because her distinctive voice is so evocative of that band. “Anymore” is a delightful little gem, and you have to wonder why lesser tracks by mediocre artists regularly make it onto the radio waves. “Home” and “Goldie” both achieve a quiet grace, while “Coastal Town” and “Aussie Soap Girl” benefit from some delicate guitar strumming. Cracknell takes on the Saint Etienne habit of naming songs seemingly at random, but when they’re this good, who cares?