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Vibrate: The Best Of (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Vibrate: The Best Of (Deluxe Edition) by Rufus Wainwright. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 02:14:57 minutes.

Artist: Rufus Wainwright
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 34
Duration: 02:14:57
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No. Title Length
1. Going To a Town 4:07
2. Out of the Game 4:06
3. Me and Liza 3:20
4. Hallelujah 4:11
5. Oh What a World 4:25
6. April Fools 5:02
7. Poses 5:00
8. Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk 4:42
9. Vibrate 2:44
10. The One You Love 3:44
11. I Don't Know What It Is 4:53
12. The Art Teacher 3:53
13. Go Or Go Ahead 6:39
14. Dinner At Eight 4:33
15. Foolish Love 5:46
16. Sometimes You Need 3:22
17. Grey Gardens 3:06
18. Tiergarten 3:26
19. Bitter Tears 3:33
20. The Maker Makes (From "Brokeback Mountain") [Soundtrack Version] 3:49
21. Across the Universe (Remix) 4:09
22. Complainte De La Butte 3:07
23. Chelsea Hotel No. 2 (Live At the Brighton Dome, Brighton, England/2004) 3:55
24. Chic and Pointless 3:48
25. Wwiii 3:56
26. Jericho (Live From the Artists Den/2012) 3:41
27. Montauk (Live From the Artists Den/2012) 3:54
28. If Love Were All (Live At Kenwood House, United Kingdom /03 July 2010) 2:39
29. Do It Again (Live At Kenwood House, United Kingdom /03 July 2010) 5:10
30. Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart (Live At Kenwood House, United Kingdom /03 July 2010) 2:35
31. Memphis Skyline (Live At Kenwood House, United Kingdom /03 July 2010) 4:46
32. Martha (BBC Live Version) 3:16
33. One Man Guy (feat. Teddy Thompson, Martha Wainwright, Richard Causon, Butch & Jeff Hill) [Live At KCRW] 4:43
34. Rufus Wainwright Interview (From the BBC's "In Concert" Program / 28 July 2011) 0:57



It’s important to note that Vibrate is available in two configurations. The deluxe edition includes the 18 songs that appear on the standard edition, and it adds 15 tracks (and a brief interview track), largely rarities and live versions of essential songs. The inclusion of the Poses bonus track “Across the Universe” (Wainwright’s gorgeous interpretation of the Beatles tune) and the Want Two bonus track “Chelsea Hotel #2” (an eloquent rendition of the Leonard Cohen-Ron Cornelius classic) are reason enough to consider the splurge, though the new track “Chic and Pointless” and the first album appearance of “WWIII” should also tip the scale. The handpicked-by-Rufus nonchronological choices of the first 18 tunes provide a brilliant view of a major talent. “Me and Liza” is previously unreleased, while Wainwright's take on Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah” comes from the Shrek soundtrack. The remainder are from favored solo albums. “April Fools” and “Foolish Love” go back to Wainwright’s self-titled 1998 debut, while Poses, Want One, Want Two, Release the Stars, and Out of the Game are smartly represented as well.