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Ednaswap - Clown Show FLAC album

Tracklist

Clown Show 4:48
Please Mr. Postman 3:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PR7 7692-1 Ednaswap Clown Show ‎(7", Promo, Red) Island Records PR7 7692-1 US 1997
5722752 Ednaswap Clown Show ‎(CD, Single) Island Records 5722752 Australia 1997
PRCD 7403-2 Ednaswap Clown Show ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Island Records Inc. PRCD 7403-2 US 1997

Ednaswap - Clown Show FLAC album

Musician performer: Ednaswap

Title: Clown Show

Country: US

Date of release: 1997

Style: Alternative Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1689 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 843

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Zeleence
I have never seen another copy of this CD other than the one I own, which I found in a Cash Converters for 50 cents about 12 years ago. This EP appears to only have had an Australia release on the back of Torn's successful cover by Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia. Around this time alternative music radio station Triple J picked up Clown Show for airplay which probably lead to this CD release, with the inclusion of another version of Torn, in the vein of the "Chicken" and "Wacko Magneto" heavier version but arranged slightly differently (a different studio mix perhaps?). What makes this CD fantastic is the inclusion of the dynamite Please Mr. Postman cover, which I know was from a late 90's film soundtrack but what film I cannot remember. Acrobat is the absolute gem here, recorded during the Wacko Magneto sessions, longer and grittier than the original 1995 "Ednaswap" version.
Zeleence
I have never seen another copy of this CD other than the one I own, which I found in a Cash Converters for 50 cents about 12 years ago. This EP appears to only have had an Australia release on the back of Torn's successful cover by Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia. Around this time alternative music radio station Triple J picked up Clown Show for airplay which probably lead to this CD release, with the inclusion of another version of Torn, in the vein of the "Chicken" and "Wacko Magneto" heavier version but arranged slightly differently (a different studio mix perhaps?). What makes this CD fantastic is the inclusion of the dynamite Please Mr. Postman cover, which I know was from a late 90's film soundtrack but what film I cannot remember. Acrobat is the absolute gem here, recorded during the Wacko Magneto sessions, longer and grittier than the original 1995 "Ednaswap" version.