180g Audiophile Vinyl Double LP!
Numbered, Limited Edition Gold Vinyl - 4,000 Copies!
Extreme Honey (The Very Best of the Warner Records Years) is a 1997 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 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 the Warner Records Years) is available as a limited edition of 4,000 individually numbered copies on gold colored vinyl and includes an insert.
- 180g Audiophile Vinyl
- Double LP
- Includes "My Dark Life" Collaboration with Brian Eno, Originally Available on the X-Files Soundtrack
- Made in the EU
- Limited Edition of 4,000 Individually Numbered Copies on Gold Vinyl
- The Bridge I Burned
- Sulky Girl
- So Like Candy
- 13 Steps Lead Down
- All This Useless Beauty
- My Dark Life
- The Other Side Of Summer
- Kinder Murder
- Deep Dark Truthful Mirror
- Hurry Down Doomsday
- Poor Fractured Atlas
- The Birds Will Still Be Singing
- London's Brilliant Parade
- Tramp The Dirt Down
- Couldn't Call It Unexpected No. 4
- All I Want To Vanish
- The Rage