Extreme Honey: The Very Best of Warner Brothers Years (1997) is a compilation album by Elvis Costello, spanning the years 1989-1997. This double album is a good way to become acquainted with Costello's nineties' output. This essential Elvis Costello compilation is available on vinyl for the first time!
Extreme Honey (The Very Best Of Warner Records Years) (1997) is a compilation album by Elvis Costello, spanning the years 1989-1997. This double album is a good way to become acquainted with Costello's Nineties' output. There are a number of hits and singles (“Veronica,” “So Like Candy,” “Sulky Girl,” “13 Steps Lead Down,” “The Other Side of Summer”), and additional album tracks from the same period.
There are a number of great moments here, whether it's the lilting “The Birds Will Still Be Singing” from the underrated The Juliet Letters or the New Orleans-inflected “Deep Dark Truthful Mirror”. Extreme Honey also contains “My Dark Life”, Costello's collaboration with Brian Eno (originally featured on The X-Files soundtrack), and the new track “The Bridge I Burned,” a neo-psychedelic/trip-hop number constructed from backing tapes recorded with his son and Supergrass drummer Danny Goffey.
Extreme Honey (The Very Best Of Warner Records Years) is available as a limited edition of 4000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured vinyl and includes an insert.
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