Your Favorite B-Sides

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  1. Shaddam IV

    Shaddam IV Forum Resident

    I came here to see how many comments it would take for someone to mention "Rain". Of course it was 1st, in the original post.
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  2. ToneLa

    ToneLa Forum Resident

    Everything by the La's
    Everything by the Smiths
    The Pixies had some great ones
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  3. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Ministry-Everyday (Is Halloween), 1985 (All Day)
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  4. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Negrosex-Space Balls V1, 1991 (Tekno La Droga)
  5. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Bigod 20-Photographic (V. Clarke), 1988 (America)
  6. Hadean75

    Hadean75 Forum Moonlighter

    Bee Gees Kitty Can (A side I've Gotta Get a Message to You)

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  7. Hadean75

    Hadean75 Forum Moonlighter

    Poco Georgia, Bind My Ties (A Side Keep On Tryin')

    Fantastic album. Keep on Tryin' is a personal favorite of mine.
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  8. Mike Reynolds

    Mike Reynolds Forum Resident

    At the moment all I can think of is Led Zep's "Hey Hey What Can I Do" and Fleetwood Mac's "Silver Springs". More to follow...
  9. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    So-Are You Sure (Dub), 1988 US (Are You Sure)
  10. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Presence-Distortion, 1991 (All I See)
  11. John Fell

    John Fell Forum Survivor

    Chuck Berry - Some U.S. B-Sides

    Too Much Monkey Business
    Havana Moon
    Reelin' And Rockin'
    Around And Around
    Little Queenie
    Memphis Tennessee

    Hard to top these.
  12. Hadean75

    Hadean75 Forum Moonlighter

    Eagles Funky New Year (A Side Please Come Home for Christmas)

  13. idleracer

    idleracer Forum Resident

    :righton: This is ten thousand times better than the A-side, and a sunshine pop masterpiece:

  14. Freek999

    Freek999 Forum Resident

    made me order the 2cd "The Complete Herd". Thanks!
  15. Hadean75

    Hadean75 Forum Moonlighter

    Steely Dan Home at Last (A side Deacon Blues)

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  16. danasgoodstuff

    danasgoodstuff Forum Resident

    Portland, OR
  17. pseudopod

    pseudopod Forum Resident

    Winnipeg, Canada
    Santo & Johnny - "Song For Rosemary"
    - B-side of "I'll Remember (In The Still Of The Night)" (Canadian-American 45 rpm, 1964)
    Never on an album or CD to my knowledge and certainly never issued in stereo.
  18. Elizabeth M

    Elizabeth M Forum Resident

    New Orleans, LA
    Beatles - Yes it Is

    Beach Boys - She knows Me Too Well
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  19. Joseph Sipocz

    Joseph Sipocz Active Member

    South Bend, IN
    Limiting to songs that were originally non-LP b-sides (from memory):
    The Police: A Sermon, Landlord, Murder By Numbers
    R.E.M.: White Tornado, King of the Road, Dark Globe, Ghost Rider, Crazy, all of the Adventures in Hi-Fi b-sides
    U2: Dancing Barefoot, Lady with the Spinning Head, Silver and Gold, Race Against Time
    Neil Young: Sugar Mountain, Last Trip to Tulsa, I'm Goin'
    Patti Smith: God Speed
    Big Country: Restless Natives
    Pearl Jam: Yellow Leadbetter
    Fleetwood Mac: Silver Springs, Oh Well (live)
    Fairport Convention: Throwaway Street Puzzle, Sir B McKenzie's...
    CSNY: Find the Cost of Freedom
    Joni Mitchell: Urge for Going
    Rolling Stones: Everything is Turning to Gold
    10,000 Maniacs: Let the Mystery Be, Candy Everybody Wants (w/Michael Stipe), Starman
    Beatles: Yes It Is, I'm Down, The Inner Light
    Dire Straits: Badges, Posters, Stickers and T-shirts
    Pretenders: My City Was Gone, In the Sticks, Time the Avenger (live)
    Pink Floyd: Julia Dream
    Yes: It Can Happen (live)
    Steely Dan: Bodhisattva (live w/the full crazy introduction)
    America: Everyone I Meet is from California
    Marshall Crenshaw: You're My Favorite Waste of Time
    Paul McCartney: The Mess, I Lie Around
    Husker Du: Love is All Around
    + tons more - I used to buy singles for the b-sides
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2018
  20. artsiistra

    artsiistra Active Member

    I love this song! Have the import cd long ago! It just has the groove that don’t quit. Definitely my top five probably 2 or 3...
  21. duggan

    duggan Forum Resident

    Teacher is even better.
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  22. Motorcity supernaut

    Motorcity supernaut Well-Known Member

    South Lyon MI
    The Sweet - Man From Mecca B side to Little Willy.
  23. PaulKTF

    PaulKTF Forum Resident

    Culture Club- Colour By Numbers. A great song that should have been on the album.

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  24. Nate-O-Phonic

    Nate-O-Phonic Forum Resident

    Jacksonville FL
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  25. Mike Reynolds

    Mike Reynolds Forum Resident

    Ok, here's my full list of favorite B-Sides"

    "Child Of The Moon" - The Rolling Stones

    "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do" - Led Zep

    "Silver Springs" - Fleetwood Mac

    "Everything's Turning To Gold" - The Rolling Stones

    "The Three Sunrises" - U2

    "Spanish Eyes"- U2

    "Dancing Barefoot"- U2

    "Psycho Therapy" - Skid Row

    "What You're Doing"- Skid Row

    "C'mon And Love Me" - Skid Row

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