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Various - Like Others Need Oxygen (Comes With A Smile Vol.8) mp3 track

MP3 1144 mb. | FLAC 1729 mb. | WMA 1991 mb.

Performer: Various
Title: Like Others Need Oxygen (Comes With A Smile Vol.8)
Released: 2003
Style: Alternative Rock, Acoustic, Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: AA MPC VOC ASF ADX MP3 MIDI

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 (The Real) Tuesday Weld* Declan's Bad Days
Written-By – Coates*
1:42
2 Calexico Across The Wire (Acoustic)
Written-By – Burns*
3:15
3 Archer Prewitt Living Song
Written-By – Prewitt*
1:47
4 The Mendoza Line Holding A Drink
Written-By – McArdle*
3:31
5 Tim Oxley Drift Away
Written-By – Oxley*
3:58
6 Nervous Plants Mandi
Written-By – Nervous Plants
2:07
7 Spoon In The Right Place The Right Time (Demo)
Written-By – Daniel*
1:10
8 The Go-Betweens Mrs. Morgan (Demo)
Written-By – McLennan*, Forster*
4:00
9 Damien Jurado Mr. Brown
Written-By – Jurado*
2:15
10 Scout Niblett Cherry Cheek Bomb
Written-By – Niblett*
6:06
11 Rivulets Sunsets Can Be Beautiful (Even In Chicago) (Alt.)
Written-By – Amundson*
4:20
12 The Strugglers The New Room (Acoustic)
Written-By – Bickford*
4:05
13 Pete Krebs Lonely Street (Live)
Written-By – Krebs*
2:29
14 Hayden Dynamite Walls (Live)
Written-By – Desser*
5:05
15 Of Montreal City Bird
Written-By – Barnes*
2:54
16 Cat Power The Party
Written-By – Marshall*
2:49
17 Brando Lumberpeg
Written-By – Rickey*
2:23
18 Mark Eitzel Bought A Book
Written-By – Eitzel*
3:36
19 Robyn G. Shiels Never Say Never
Written-By – Shiels*
4:11
20 (The Real) Tuesday Weld* Declan's Little White Birds
Written-By – Coates*
2:28

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Comes With A Smile
  • Copyright (c) – Copyright Control
  • Copyright (c) – Stephen Coates
  • Copyright (c) – Archer Prewitt
  • Copyright (c) – Tim Oxley
  • Copyright (c) – Nervous Plants
  • Copyright (c) – Henry Neuman Songs
  • Copyright (c) – Scout Niblett
  • Copyright (c) – Rivulets
  • Copyright (c) – Randy Bickford
  • Copyright (c) – Tract Records
  • Copyright (c) – Pete Krebs
  • Copyright (c) – Eitzelsuperhits
  • Copyright (c) – Robyn G. Shiels
  • Published By – Lunada Bay
  • Published By – Good Clean Dirt
  • Published By – Long Sound Music
  • Published By – Shandelion Music
  • Published By – Complete Music London
  • Published By – Brown Coat Music
  • Published By – The Energy I Have Left
  • Published By – H. Hare
  • Published By – Dreading Futures
  • Published By – Doorman Music
  • Published By – Recluse Publishing
  • Recorded At – The Borderline
  • Recorded At – Convocation Hall, Toronto
  • Mastered At – Wolf Studios

Credits

  • Compiled By – Matt Dornan
  • Mastered By – Dominique Brethes
  • Photography By – Paul Heartfield

Notes

Cd in plastic sleeve.
20 rare and previously unreleased tracks

CD compilation included with the magazine Comes With A Smile #12 (Summer 2003).
All tracks previously unreleased except tracks 3 and 16 previously available only in Japan.
Track 6 previously unavailable on CD.
Track 13 recorded at The Borderline, London, August 2002
Track 14 recorded at Convocation Hall, Toronto, March 2002

This compilation © 2003 Comes with a Smile.

Track 1 © 2002 copyright control/Stephen Coates.
Track 2 published by Lunada Bay, BMI & Good Clean Dirt, BMI.
Track 3 © Archer Prewitt, published by Long Sound Music.
Track 4 © 2003, published by Shandelion Music.
Track 5 © 2002 Tim Oxley.
Track 6 © 2001 Nervous Plants.
Track 7 © 2002 Henry Neuman Songs, BMI.
Track 8 © 2003, published by Complete Music London.
Track 9 © 2003, published by Brown Coat Music, BMI.
Track 10 © 2003 Scout Niblett.
Track 11 © 2002 Rivulets, BMI.
Track 12 © Randy Bickford/Tract Records.
Track 13 © 2002 Pete Krebs, recorded at The Borderline, London, August 2002.
Track 14 © 2002 published by The Energy I Have Left SOCAN/ASCAP recorded at Convocation Hall, Toronto, March 2002.
Track 15 © 2003, published by H. Hare.
Track 16 © 2003, published by Dreading Futures/Doorman Music, BMI.
Track 17 published by Recluse Publishing, 2002.
Track 18 © 2003 EitzelSuperHits, Universal, BMI.
Track 19 © 2002 R. G. Shiels.
Track 20 © 2002 copyright control/Stephen Coates.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Magazine Barcode, Text): 5 033826 079504
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA02
  • Matrix / Runout: SMILE008 SP 39343 3060316
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: SOCAN
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

CD included with fanzine Comes With A Smile - Spring 2001.

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All animals need oxygen to make energy from food. We get this oxygen from the air that we breathe. When you inhale, air enters the body through the mouth or the nose. From there it passes through the trachea, which forces air into the pharynx and food into the esophagus. The air travels down the trachea into two branching tubes called bronchi and then on into the lungs

Red House Painters - Oldness Comes With A Smile. 5 years ago. Songs recorded from the same sessions as Down Colorful Hill. Several made to that album others made it to the follow up album. What Comes To Life - Your Blood Makes Me Smile.

Most of Earth's oxygen comes from tiny ocean plants - called phytoplankton - that live near the water's surface and drift with the currents. Scientists agree that there’s oxygen from ocean plants in every breath we take. Most of this oxygen comes from tiny ocean plants – called phytoplankton – that live near the water’s surface and drift with the currents. A byproduct of photosynthesis is oxygen. Scientists believe that phytoplankton contribute between 50 to 85 percent of the oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere.

It contains many gases like nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and argon among many others. Although nitrogen is the largest component of the inhaled air, it is inert and has no effect on our body. Lesser than it is oxygen, which is consumed and the other gases are present in such a less quantity that they do not cause any effect. It looks like you’re implying that we breathe only oxygen, and not nitrogen, even though nitrogen is more abundant in the air around us. If that’s your impression, it’s not true. There are various other gases with can be dangerous to health, but that happen in adverse cases like working in some factory or something. Now coming to second part, we say we breathe oxygen because it is only gas which is useful for body and get's converted into other form. 1. k views · View 4 Upvoters.