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Spirituality 1983-2008: The Consummate Compendium

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Download links and information about Spirituality 1983-2008: The Consummate Compendium by Spirit Of The West. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:22:47 minutes.

Artist: Spirit Of The West
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:22:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Doin' Quite Alright 2:42
2. Homelands 4:00
3. The Crawl 4:04
4. Political 4:25
5. Take It from the Source 5:41
6. Puttin' Up With the Joneses 4:29
7. The Old Sod 3:23
8. Not Just a Train 4:21
9. Save This House 2:56
10. Home for a Rest 4:36
11. Goodbye Grace 5:57
12. Pulling Lame 5:05
13. D for Democracy 4:38
14. Big Head 4:06
15. Far Too Canadian 6:36
16. Kiss & Tell 3:32
17. And If Venice Is Sinking 3:52
18. Sadness Grows 3:04
19. Bone of Contention 5:41
20. Death On the Beach 5:02
21. Is This Where I Come In? 3:49
22. Unplugged 3:14
23. Wishing Line 3:48
24. Our Ambassador 4:44
25. Rites of Man 5:05
26. Heavenly Angel 4:18
27. Canadian Skye 2:52
28. Waiting for Martin 6:27
29. July 3:59
30. Sunshine Superman 3:47
31. Winter's Now the Enemy 4:57
32. Another Happy New Year 3:39
33. Again and Again 3:58

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Released to celebrate their 25th Anniversary, Spirituality 1983-2008: The Consummate Compendium is a hits package from Canadian Celtic folk-rock five-piece Spirit of the West. Ignoring their self-titled debut, the two-CD, 32-track collection gathers material from 1986's Tripping Up the Stairs ("The Crawl") and subsequent studio albums right up to 2004's Star Trails ("Waiting for Martin"). Alongside breakthrough single "Political," "And If Venice Is Sinking" (their biggest success), and frosh week and wedding favorite "Home for a Rest," there are two new songs, "Another Happy New Year" and "Winter's Now the Enemy," a previously unreleased demo of Open Heart Symphony album track "Kiss and Tell," and their cover of Donovan's "Sunshine Superman," previously only available on his tribute album, Island of Circles. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi