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The Singles is a compilation album of singles and B-sides by the German experimental rock band Can. The Singles. Compilation album by. Can. Released. Shikako Maru Ten" (1971). 5. "Turtles Have Short Legs" (1971).

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They released a decent amount of 45s, all of which are collected in one place for the first time on The Singles.

Label: Spoon Records ‎– SPOON60. This could have been a 2xLP album. No? 19 minutes per side (instead of 10-12 of this 3 disc) is sure enough fidelity. I would have split the album side differently. Future Days would have ended the first. If the mastering/source could be better, why try to pump up the grooves when you don't have to. I don't have anything against a double 12" EP. However this seems to me like a trendy ploy.

With TuneCore you can distribute Singles and Albums to the digital stores. Each store has its own way of categorizing content. TuneCore cannot control how the stores group and format their content. In TuneCore’s platform a single is one (1) track. Your release will be classified as a single if: The release is one to three (1-3) tracks. The entire release is 30 minutes or less and all individual tracks are less than 10 minutes.

The Singles (2016) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Singles (2016).

In this case singles can't be considered to have been "released from the album". This is largely true in the US; in the UK album and single releases were independent and less likely to overlap). But, during the album, cassette, and CD eras, singles were typically "released" concurrent with or after the host album. The art was in the sequencing and timing of the singles releases. Releasing songs that sounded too similar back-to-back might cause listeners to get tired of the artist sooner, but going too far afield from expectations might also backfire. As to the original question, the number of singles released is limited only by the number of qualifying songs and the appetite of the audience.

Tracklist

Soul Desert 3:52
She Brings The Rain 4:07
Spoon 3:06
Shikako Maru Ten 3:18
Turtles Have Short Legs 3:25
Halleluwah 3:38
Vitamin C 3:33
I'm So Green 3:05
Mushroom 4:01
Moonshake 3:02
Future Days 3:24
Dizzy Dizzy 3:30
Splash 4:04
Hunters And Collectors 3:23
Vernal Equinox 3:11
I Want More 3:32
...And More 3:20
Silent Night 3:13
Cascade Waltz 3:37
Don't Say No 3:19
Return 3:06
Can Can 3:11
Hoolah Hoolah 3:28

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9682-2, CDSPOON60 Can The Singles ‎(CD, Comp) Mute, Spoon Records 9682-2, CDSPOON60 US 2017
none Can The Singles ‎(23xFile, FLAC, Comp, 24b) Mute none 2017
SPOON60 Can The Singles ‎(3xLP, Comp) Spoon Records SPOON60 UK & Europe 2017
SPOON60 Can The Singles ‎(3xLP, Comp) Spoon Records SPOON60 US 2017
TRCP-214 Can The Singles ‎(CD, Comp, HQC) Traffic TRCP-214 Japan 2017
CDSPOON60 Can The Singles ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Spoon Records, Mute CDSPOON60 Europe 2017


White_Nigga
This could have been a 2xLP album. No? 19 minutes per side (instead of 10-12 of this 3 disc) is sure enough fidelity. I would have split the album side differently. Future Days would have ended the first. If the mastering/source could be better, why try to pump up the grooves when you don't have to. I don't have anything against a double 12" EP. However this seems to me like a trendy ploy. Disappointed.
Nuadabandis
I LOVE Can. Can: one of the greatest bands on earth!! Still: I grievances with this album! Especially the mastering on some of the older stuff is not good. Really! Is this from a CD master or what?
JUST DO IT
Yes - I've got the same crackling on the B-Side ! Seems these records were pressed by GZ-Media (Europe) & this is by far not the first time that this pressing plant issues bad records.I always send these 'dogs' back, hoping that they might re-learn how to make good pressings ... .
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Can anyone else hear weird cricket noises (the insect not the sport) in the background of LP1 both sides A and B? I fear it might be a pressing error. If so, I'm sending it back!
Mr.Champions
Same problem, but primary on B-side. It's not the crackling of an old analogue vinyl source, because it's audible between the tracks, too. I cleaned it professionally (Cleanaudio Double Matrix Sonic!), but no way to remove the noise. Bad pressing ... and my first record A / B got a wave.
Moonshaper
No beasties in mine (EU pressing)... and never heard about that kind of faulty pressing,
Doukasa
I think that might be noise from the original master. it's the only track that shows any defect (if it is that) and it might have been the case that this version was the only available one for the compilation. it might be a slightly different mix to the other version too.
Bloodhammer
No, its definitely there. VERY apparent during She Brings The Rain. I'm gonna email Spoon/Mute. Keep ya posted.
Cordabor
Very strange, can't say I've noticed anything wrong with my copy.
Ffrlel
Can anyone else hear weird cricket noises (the insect not the sport) in the background of LP1 both sides A and B? I fear it might be a pressing error. If so, I'm sending it back!
Arcanefist
Here's a brief, slightly autistic, review:You can't really fault early Can, so the first half of this compilation is absolutely stellar, but the highlights are sadly pretty few and far between after the "Soon over Babaluma" period, with songs such as "Can Can" being downright awful.For some reason, several of these recordings aren't the original single versions: "She Brings the Rain" has a lot of added reverb (perhaps for that Top 40 sheen?), "Shikako Maru Ten", "....And More" and the ending of "Vitamin C" seems to be taken from various vinyl sources, some more distorted than others, and the intro of "I'm So Green" is missing the unique special effect sound found on the original 45.
Hi_Jacker
Rather belatedly, because I've only just bought the thing: has no one else noticed that the intro of I Want More is cut? I first noticed it on the flac which I downloaded using the download code, then I checked the LP and it was the same: the first two quite quiet strokes of the guitar are missing. I have the original UK single and the intro is exactly as on Flow Motion. So it must be a mistake from the mastering of this album, unless - see below regarding And More - that is how the German version of the single was.In fact several tracks, especially the edited versions, seem to start or end very abruptly and randomly - Soul Desert is cut at the end, seemingly at random - is that really how the single ended, just to cut off a couple of seconds, when the song has a proper ending? Vernal Equinox starts with the weird keyboard interlude but not quite from the beginning of it, which would have made far more sense, though whether that is how it was edited on the single I have no idea. Meanwhile, And More is a completely different version from the one on the UK single B-side and Flow Motion - that version fades in on the "and more" chant, this starts abruptly, is longer and has a very different mix with perhaps a drum overdub - I'm guessing this must be from the German version given the timing is listed as the same here, it would have been nice if they could have told us! Cascade Waltz is an edit but the sleeve doesn't say so. Hoolah Hoolah isn't just an edit but heavily remixed - did I imagine it or can I even hear a cheeky hint of Spoon for a couple of bars from about 0:16. I prefer it to the album version.So some interesting items in there - I'd never heard Return before either, and it's better than much of Saw Delight - but as a whole it's pretty carelessly thrown together, lacks information, and if some of the tracks had to be sourced from vinyl, the copies must have been pretty rough for them not to be able to remove all the pops - otherwise, frankly, I could have done better myself with ClickRepair and Audacity.
Vizuru
hi this version of I am So Green is the B side of the Vitamin C single not the version which is an A side with Mushroom on the flipside.......I hope that makes sense :-)
Jan
I'd like to reply myself and whine some more about this compilation. I understand they released this album with the best intentions, but to me it feels like a rush job."Soul Desert" and "Hoolah Hoolah" are also taken from the original 7" releases, and sound like it. "Soul Desert" is a mono mix, yet they transferred it in stereo so you'll hear lots and lots of annoying digital artifacts from the click removal software, panned hard left and right. Why not fold it to mono?In the liner notes, the compilers admit to not having access to all of the original master tapes as some have been lost, and in some cases had to recreate them. That explain the single edit of "Future Days", which has a gong like sound during the intro. This gong sound has been pasted in from the original vinyl single onto the standard 2005 remaster of the track.
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
Pardon the late reply, DogWater, but unfortunately I haven't heard the original German 45.
Yannara
Interesting. Do you know if the original German 45 of I Want More was the same as the album version? The 45 lists a duration of 3:18 vs. the album's 3:29. So, it could be an edit, or it might not. I checked my UK 45 and it has the album versions of BOTH tracks. The version of ...And More on The Singles is clearly different to the album version. Presumably that's what was on the B-side of the German 45. So what was on the A-side?
great ant
Thank you very much for your interesting and studied comments.
Doriel
Was reluctant to buy this. A 'Best of CAN'? However, it works. I'm not the biggest CAN fan there is but I do appreciate their music. So If you want a good sounding compilation of their work - this is it.Pressing quality very good, packaging is solid. Good value for money.
Can - The Singles FLAC album
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