Title: Modern Classics - The Greatest Hits
Label: Island Records
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
Cat: IBX 8080, 572 472-7
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2801 mb | MP3 size: 1755 mb | WMA size: 1004 mb
Bass, Percussion – PWGuitar, Backing Vocals – Dr. RobertOrgan – Max Beasley
|2||Brand New Start|
Bass – Steve CradockPiano [Wurlitzer] – PW
|4||Out Of The Sinking|
Backing Vocals – Carleen AndersonBass – Yolanda CharlesOrgan, Keyboards [Novatron] – Helen TurnerPiano [Wurlitzer] – PW
Backing Vocals – Carleen Anderson, Dr. Robert, Steve CradockBass – Dr. RobertGuitar – Steve CradockInstruments [Cyremin] – Brendan LynchPiano – PWWritten-By – Lynch, Weller
|6||Down The Road|
Accordion – Brendan LynchBacking Vocals – Carleen Anderson, Simon FowlerPiano [Fender Rhodes] – Mick TalbotPiano [Wurlitzer], Organ – PW
Flute – Jacko PeakeKeyboards [Mellotron], Keyboards [Moog] – PW
Backing Vocals – Simon FowlerBass – Yolanda Charles
|10||You Do Something To Me|
Bass – Yolanda CharlesOrgan – Helen TurnerPiano, Keyboards [Novatron] – PW
|11||From The Soul|
Arranged By [Strings] – Rosie WettersEngineer – Jamie JohnsonStrings – The Wired Strings
|13||Yesterday & Tomorrow|
Percussion – Steve White Performer [All Other Sounds], Percussion – Brendan LynchWritten-By – Lynch, Nelson, Weller, White
Guitar – Steve CradockSitar – Mark Nelson
Bass – PWSaxophone – Jacko Peake
Guitar – Steve CradockPiano – PW
|18||Into The Trees|
Keyboards [Mellotron], Keyboards [Mini Moog] – Brendan LynchOrgan – Helen Turner
|20||Above The Clouds|
Bass, Piano [Electric] – PWCo-producer – Chris BangsPerformer [All Else] – Chris Bangs
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|none||Paul Weller||Modern Classics (CDr, Comp, Promo)||Mercury||none||Germany||1998|
|524 558-4||Paul Weller||Modern Classics - The Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp, Cla)||Island Records||524 558-4||India||1999|
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|524 558-4, ICT 8080||Paul Weller||Modern Classics - The Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Island Records, Island Records||524 558-4, ICT 8080||UK||1998|
- Artwork [Sleeve Design] – Paul Weller, Simon Halfon
- Bass – Mark Nelson (tracks: C1, D1, D2, F2 to H2)
- Drums – Steve White (tracks: A1 to B1, C1 to H2)
- Engineer – Martin 'Max' Heyes
- Guitar – PW (tracks: A1 to F1, G1 to H2)
- Photography By [All Photos] – Lawrence Watson
- Producer – Brendan Lynch, Paul Weller
- Vocals – PW
- Written-By – Paul Weller
Produced for Lynch Mob Productions and Solid Bond Productions.
Steve Cradock & Simon Fowler appear courtesy of Ocean Colour Scene & MCA / Universal Records.
Carleen Anderson appears courtesy of Circa Records.
'Brand New Start' Recorded at Studio Two, Abbey Road, London, April '98.
'Into Tomorrow' & 'Above The Clouds' Recorded at Solid Bond Studios, London, Feb '91.
'Uh-Huh Oh-Yeh' Recorded at Comforts Place, East Grinstead, Sept '91.
'Sunflower', 'The Weaver' & 'Wild Wood' Recorded at Manor Studios, Oxford, April/May '93.
'Hung Up' Recorded at Manor Studios, Oxford, Feb '94.
'Out Of The Sinking' & 'You Do Something To Me' Recorded at Manor Studios, Oxford, Aug '94.
'The Changingman' & 'Broken Stones' Recorded at Manor Studios, Oxford, Jan '95.
'Peacock Suit' Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales, May '96.
'Brushed' & 'Friday Street' Recorded at Wool Hall Studios, Bath, Feb/March '97.
'Mermaids' Recorded at the Gallery Studios, Chertsey, Sept '96.
Published by BMG Music Publishing Ltd/Stylist Music Ltd. except:
'Brushed' BMG Music Publishing Ltd/Stylist Music Ltd./Notting Hill Music Ltd./MCA Music Ltd.
A1 ℗ 1998 Go! Discs Ltd.
A2 to B2 ℗ 1992 Go! Discs Ltd.
C1, D1 & D2 ℗ 1993 Go! Discs Ltd.
C2 & E1 ℗ 1994 Go! Discs Ltd.
E2 to F2 ℗ 1995 Go! Discs Ltd.
G2 ℗ 1996 Go! Discs Ltd.
G2 to H2 ℗ 1997 Go! Discs Ltd.
This compilation ℗ 1998 Go! Discs Ltd.
© 1998 Island Records Ltd. A Polygram Company.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Go! Discs Ltd. and is exclusively licensed to Island Records Ltd. in the UK.
The copyright in this artwork is owned by Island Records Ltd.
Marketed by Independiente.
Track durations not listed on the release.
Track Listing on the box and in the booklet is the same as other formats of this release:
Out Of The Sinking
Above The Clouds
You Do Something To Me
Brand New Start
Tracks on this release are divided up into different era's with individual titles:
'Yesterday & Tomorrow' features the 3 singles from the Paul Weller LP plus the single Brand New Start which was recorded & released to promote 'Modern Classics'.
'Into The Trees' features the 3 singles from the Wild Wood LP plus 'Hung Up' which came out as a single after the album was released but was added to Wild Wood later CD pressings.
'Down The Road' features the 4 singles from the Stanley Road LP
'From The Soul' features the 4 singles from the Heavy Soul LP
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- Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
- Label Code: LC 0407
- Price Code: PY102
- Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
- Marketed By – Independiente
- Produced For – Lynch Mob Productions
- Produced For – Solid Bond Productions Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Go! Discs Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Island Records Ltd.
- Published By – BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
- Published By – Stylist Music Ltd.
- Published By – Notting Hill Music Ltd.
- Published By – MCA Music Ltd.
- Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
- Recorded At – Solid Bond Studios
- Recorded At – Comforts Place
- Recorded At – The Manor
- Recorded At – Rockfield Studios
- Recorded At – The Wool Hall
- Recorded At – Gallery Studios
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