The Charlatans ‎– The Only One I Know

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Situation Two ‎– SIT 70 T
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single
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  • Barcode: 5 012093 107066
  • Matrix / Runout (A): SIT 70T A² Paul S Damont There's No Message Just Pure Politics
  • Matrix / Runout (B): SIT 70T B² The Exchange Good Aren't We. Damont

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SIT 70 CD The Charlatans The Only One I Know(CD, Single, RP) Situation Two, Dead Dead Good SIT 70 CD UK Unknown Sell This Version
2690-4-HD The Charlatans UK* The Only One I Know(Cass, Maxi) RCA 2690-4-HD US 1990 Sell This Version
2451-4-HS The Charlatans UK* The Only One I Know(Cass, Single) RCA 2451-4-HS US 1990 Sell This Version
875 999-4 The Charlatans The Only One I Know(Cass) Vertigo 875 999-4 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
2690-1-HD The Charlatans UK* The Only One I Know(12") RCA, Beggars Banquet 2690-1-HD US 1990 Sell This Version

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wezbash

wezbash

December 17, 2008

For many years, the Charlatans were perceived as the also-rans of Madchester, the group that didn't capture the zeitgeist like the Stone Roses or the band that failed to match the mad genre-bending of the Happy Mondays. Of course, they were more traditional than either of their peers. Working from a Stonesy foundation, the Charlatans added dance-oriented rhythms and layers of swirling organs straight out of '60s psychedelia. At first, the Charlatans had great promise And Must Be In That Top Ten Indie Bands List ..
BadStuff

BadStuff

December 13, 2008

On the A side run-out groove it has etching that reads "There's no message just pure politics",then flip the record over to the B side run-out grooves it says "Good,arn't we?",with a spelling mistake in "aren't" though the correct spelling has been etched then scored out before the flaw.Regardless of this most reviewers and listeners couldn't fail but to agree,the single being a top 10 hit reaching the number 9 spot a week after it slid in the charts at number 24 on it's 2 June release.One thing I found confusing on the sleeve was the songwriting credits.The bands surnames are all there apart from Jon Baker,his surname is displayed as 'Day'.Before I thought it was a different person,until I saw this statement from Jon Baker,quote;"As a joke I once put my name down as Jon Day and it was something that stuck and even ended up in some of the songwriting credits".