Can - The Singles FLAC album
Info: Eraserheads: The Singles is the second compilation album from the defunct Filipino alternative band Eraserheads.
The Singles - Can. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.
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.
|She Brings The Rain||4:07|
|Shikako Maru Ten||3:18|
|Turtles Have Short Legs||3:25|
|I'm So Green||3:05|
|Hunters And Collectors||3:23|
|I Want More||3:32|
|Don't Say No||3:19|
|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|