27 Dec 2013
And Now Our Lives Are Complete 
And Now Our Lives Are Complete

'Glistering' by Minny Pops features on a new budget-priced O Genesis Recordings compilation which is out now on iTunes UK. The track, which originally featured on an O Genesis 7" single, is in good company alongside songs by Tim Burgess, Stevie Moore, Nik Colk Void and many others.

Tracklisting

1. Certain - Jack Underwood
2. Drumming Around the Room - Electricity In Our Homes
3. If You Want To Get Going, Get Talking To Me - Joseph Coward
4. Anytime Minutes - Tim Burgess
5. Boner Hit - Keel Her
6. Post Break Up Sex - Stevie Moore
7. Emma - Education For Death
8. Heavy Head Boy - Slowgun
9. Maths - Jack Underwood
10. A Case for Vinyl - Kurt Wagner
11. Gold E - Nik Colk Void
12. Sea of Leaves (Gabe Gurnsey Remix) - Blood Music
13. Little Douglas - Pavlovs Children
14. Glistering - Minny Pops
15. Big Love - Throwing Up
16. Hours / Ours (Bonus Track) - Tim Burgess & Asia Argento
17. More Power To Live (Bonus Track) - Hatcham Social
18. The Universe Explodes Into a Billion Protons of White Light (Bonus Track) - Membranes
19. Your Horse (Bonus Track) - Jack Underwood

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