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    The Beta Band

    ‎/ The Three E.P.'s - 4LP/CD

    $82.89 $58.03
    For a limited time only
    The Beta Band ‎/ The Three E.P.'s - 4LP/CD
    The Beta Band ‎/ The Three E.P.'s - 4LP/CD
    The Beta Band ‎/ The Three E.P.'s - 4LP/CD

    ‎/ The Three E.P.'s - 4LP/CD

    $82.89 $58.03
    For a limited time only
    In Stock
    $18.19 standard shipping (estimated)
    Delivery: Estimated between Wed Aug 11 to Mon Aug 16
    Ships from Canada

    Product Description

    Track Listing:

    Vinyl

    Champion Versions
    A1 Dry The Rain
    A2 I Know
    B1 B + A
    B2 Dogs Got A Bone

    The Patty Patty Sound
    C1 Inner Meet Me
    D1 The House Song
    E1 Monolith
    F1 She's The One

    Los Amigos del Beta Bandidos
    G1 Push It Out
    G2 It's Over
    H1 Dr. Baker
    H2 Needles In My Eyes

    CD

    1. Dry The Rain
    2. I Know
    3. B + A
    4. Dogs Got A Bone
    5. Inner Meet Me
    6. The House Song
    7. Monolith
    8. She’s The One
    9. Push It Out
    10. It’s Over
    11. Dr. Baker
    12. Needles In My Eyes


    The Three E.P.'s is a compilation album of the first three releases by Scottish musical group The Beta Band, comprising the EPs Champion Versions, The Patty Patty Sound and Los Amigos del Beta Bandidos. Its cover art includes the main image from each of the EPs.

    The Three E.P.'s was prominently featured in a scene from the 2000 film High Fidelity, in which record store owner Rob Gordon (John Cusack) tells his co-workers that he would sell five copies of the album, and plays "Dry the Rain" in his store for his customers. Astralwerks, the band's American label, reported that sales of The Three E.P.'s had quadrupled within a month of the film's March 2000 release.

    In 2000, Q magazine placed The Three E.P.'s at number 74 in its list of the 100 Greatest British Albums Ever. Pitchfork placed the album at number 23 in its list of the Top 100 Albums of the 1990s.

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