Pulp - Sorted For E's & Wizz / Mis-Shapes album download
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|1||Sorted For E's & Wizz
Programmed By – Matthew Vaughan
Programmed By – Matthew Vaughan
|3||Common People (Motiv 8 Club Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Motiv 8, Steve RodwayProgrammed By – Olle Romo
|4||Common People (Vocoda Mix)
Programmed By – Olle Romo
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Island Records Ltd.
- Published By – Island Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – The Town House
- Mixed At – The Town House
- Produced For – Nuff Respect Productions
- Made By – PDO, UK – 10379451
- Design [Pulp Logo] – The Designers Republic
- Engineer – David "Chipper" Nicholas*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Julie Gardner (tracks: 1, 2), Pete Lewis
- Illustration – Dave Jukes
- Photography By – Amber Rowlands
- Photography By [Wrap] – Donald Milne
- Producer – Chris Thomas
- Sleeve – Blue Source
- Written-By – Candida Doyle, Jarvis Cocker, Mark Webber (tracks: 1, 2), Nick Banks, Russell Senior, Steve Mackey
NotesUnisex CD No. 2
Tracks 1 & 2 Recorded and mixed at The Town House, London.
Track 3 Additional Production & Remix by Motiv 8 aka Steve Rodway for Nuff Respect Productions.
Wrap used with kind permission of Another Magazine & Gerard Saint @ Big Active.
℗ 1995 Island Records Ltd.
© 1995 Island Records Ltd.
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Island Records Ltd.
Made and printed in the UK
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 42285 44392 9
- Barcode (String): 042285443929
- Label Code: LC 0407
- Price Code: PY 940
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: CIDX620 10379451 03 %
- Pressing Plant ID: MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
- Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 3, 4): IFPI L132
- Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L134
- Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0406
- Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0481
- Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0417
- Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 0407
|CID 620, 854437-2||Pulp||Mis-Shapes & Sorted For E's & Wizz (CD, Single, CD1)||Island Records, Island Records||CID 620, 854437-2||UK & Europe||1995|
|PHCR-8348, PHCR 8348||Pulp||Mis-Shapes & Sorted For E's & Wizz (CD, Single, CD2)||Island Records, Island Records||PHCR-8348, PHCR 8348||Japan||1996|
|CIS 620, 854436-4, 854 436-4||Pulp||Mis-Shapes & Sorted For E's & Wizz (Cass, Single)||Island Records, Island Records, Island Records||CIS 620, 854436-4, 854 436-4||UK||1995|
|ISJB 620, 854 436-7||Pulp||Mis-Shapes / Sorted For E's & Wizz (7", Single, Jukebox)||Island Records, Island Records||ISJB 620, 854 436-7||UK||1995|
|none||Pulp||4 Tracks (Cass, S/Sided, Promo)||Island Records||none||UK||1995|
Sorted For E’s and Wizz. Produced by Chris Thomas. Album Different Class. Sorted For E’s and Wizz Lyrics. Oh, is this the way they say the future's meant to feel? Or just 20,000 people standing in a field And I don't quite understand just what this feeling is But that's okay cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz And tell me when the spaceship lands 'Cause all this has just got to mean something Oh. In the middle of the night, it feels alright But then tomorrow morning Ooh, ooh, then you come down .
Mis-Shapes and Sorted For E's & Wizz were released as a double A-side in September 1995. They formed the second single taken from the number-one album Different Class. The single was Pulp's second successive number two hit, Common People having reached the same position in June. The tabloid press stirred up quite a bit of controversy over the drugs references in Sorted For E's & Wizz and the artwork released with it. There were some calls for it to be banned
Pulp - Sorted For E's & Wizz. Слушать mp3. Клип песни. But that's okay 'cause we're all sorted out for E's and wizz. And tell me when the spaceship lands 'cause all this has just got to mean something. In the middle of the nite, it feels alright, but then tommorow morning.
Includes an insert featuring Japanese and English text; an obi and a picture CD. Additional production and remix on track 3 by Motiv 8 aka Steve Rodway for Nuff Respect Productions.
Sorted for E's & Wizz" is a song by the English band Pulp. Taken from their UK number one album Different Class, it was released as a double A-sided single with "Mis-Shapes" in September 1995 and reached number two in the UK charts. It was Pulp's second successive number two hit in 1995. Sorted for E's & Wizz". from the album Different Class.
Mis-Shapes", "Sorted for E's & Wizz" Released: 25 September 1995. Disco 2000" Released: 27 November 1995. Something Changed" Released: 25 March 1996. Different Class is the fifth studio album by English rock band Pulp, released on 30 October 1995 by Island Records. The album was a critical and commercial success, entering the UK Albums Chart at number one and winning the 1996 Mercury Music Prize. Two of the singles on the album – "Common People" (which reached number two in the UK singles chart) and "Disco 2000" (which reached number seven) – were especially notable, and helped propel Pulp to nationwide fame. It contains a second disc of B-sides, demos and rarities.
Sorted for E's & Wizz" is a single by the English band Pulp. Taken from their UK number one album Different Class, it was released as a double-A sided single with "Mis-Shapes", and reached number two in the . It was Pulp's second successive number two hit in the summer of 1995. The single caused controversy because it describes a teenager going to a rave "somewhere in a field in Hampshire" and contains references to drugs.
Sorted for E's and Wizz" was originally going to be the single that preceded the release of Pulp's fifth album, Different Class, but Island and the band decided that the lyrics for the song might prove controversial. Pulp and Island withdrew the "Sorted" single and released it with a plain white sleeve; the art for "Mis-Shapes" remained the same. Ironically, tut of the two singles, "Sorted for E's and Wizz" had the weaker B-sides. Both of the B-sides were remixes of "Common People" that aren't particularly engaging.