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Unreleased Recordings etc. (the Indie Years to 2011)

[ie. not released officially/commercially]
 
 

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Sink or Swim - rough version (album)

This bootleg 'rough version' of Sink or Swim sounds the same as the release version, which has led some to wonder if it is just a low quality rip.  However, the track order differs, with 'Drive' slotted in as track 2 and 'We Came To Dance' moved to 10.  The track lengths also measure slightly longer than for the release version (eg. Boomboxes and Dictionaries: rough: 3:19, release: 3.11).  Hence, the 'rough version' probably predates the final master.
 
 

Biloxi Parish - live 2011 (song)

First performed live on 28 February 2011, at the Metro Theatre, Sydney. This earliest version of the song is included in a bootleg recording of the FM broadcast of that show.  A revised version was played at Glastonbury on 25 June 2011 and a further revised version in Dresden on 28 June. This revised version was eventually released on Handwritten in 2012.
 
 

Stay Lucky (song)

The audio master CD for American Slang (2010) includes a slightly longer version of 'Stay Lucky', marked 'Stay Lucky - Full Version VBS', with a running time of 3:12, as opposed to the album version of 3:08. This version features extra bars in the intro.
 
 

Rock Band Network [Xbox 360 - download only]

i. The '59 Sound
ii. Old White Lincoln

These were suppossed to be released in about March 2010 by Harmonix Music Systems Inc., an MTV Networks company, as part of Rock Band Network.  This never happened, but the tracks must still be out there somewhere.  Previews of both songs were available on YouTube.


 

 

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