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Treasure Box


Download links and information about Treasure Box by Marc Almond. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 02:15:00 minutes.

Artist: Marc Almond
Release date: 1995
Genre: New Wave, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 25
Duration: 02:15:00
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No. Title Length
1. City of Nights 5:58
2. Waifs and Strays (The Grid Mix) 4:34
3. King of the Fools 4:17
4. The Libertine's Dream 3:25
5. Only the Moment (All the Time In the World Mix) 6:27
6. The Gambler 5:27
7. Tears Run Rings (The La Magia Dance Mix) 7:09
8. Everything I Wanted Love To Be 3:13
9. Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart 4:41
10. Bitter Sweet (The Big Beat Mix) 6:02
11. The Frost Comes Tomorrow 4:18
12. She Took My Soul In Istanbul (The Blue Mosque Mix) 10:21
13. The Stars We Are (Full Length Mix) 6:02
14. A Lover Spurned (12'' Version) 7:16
15. Real Evil 5:10
16. Exotica Rose 3:47
17. The Desperate Hours (Extended Flamenco Mix) 7:57
18. Old Jack's Charm 3:50
19. These My Dreams Are Yours (Through the Night Mix) 8:52
20. The Sea Still Sings (Demo Version) 3:33
21. Madame De La Luna (Demo Version) 4:30
22. Death's Diary (Demo Version) 3:48
23. Toreador In the Rain (Demo Version) 2:36
24. Orpheus In Red Velvet (Demo Version) 4:47
25. The Sensualist (Ultimate Ecstacy Mix) 7:00



As Virgin did with the many B-sides and rarities from Almond's days with them, so too did EMI some years later, compiling an intriguing variety of tracks — 25 all told — for the ease of shopping by the hardcore Almond fan. Unlike the frequently brilliant Virgin's Tale collections, however, this two-disc compilation sounds far more scattershot for two reasons. First, the increasing commercial sheen of Almond's work during this time rendered a fair amount of the songs far less musically intriguing than they should be. Second, nearly half the collection consists of various dance remixes — some good enough (one of which by his old Soft Cell partner Dave Ball), but most fairly unnecessary or adding little. Still, this being Almond, there are some welcome tracks, including the sweet and soaring "Libertine's Dream" and the tale of a married transvestite stripper, "Exotica Rose," imbued with the swinging cabaret feel of his late-'80s work. Intriguingly, no less than five of Enchanted's ten tracks appear here in demo form, as much a tacit acknowledgment that the overproduced final versions weren't as good as they could be as curiosities in and of themselves.