Belle & Sebastian - How To Solve Our Human Problems album
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In today's video, we chat about part one of an excellent trio of EPs from Glasgow's very own, Belle & Sebastian
When the How to Solve Our Human Problems series was first announced last fall, Murdoch expressed his desire to shake up Belle and Sebastian’s usual recording and release strategies. But with the band successfully upgrading Everything Is Now from its most frivolous song to one of its more probing, you have wonder if they ultimately would’ve been better off whittling down the EPs’ 15 tracks into a tight 10-song album.
Find the latest tour dates and news updates about the band here. He joined Belle & Sebastian having perhaps the best musical pedigree of them all, his previous band having supported riot grrls The Voodoo Queens. Or possibly Mambo Taxi. Returning to study in Glasgow, following a brief exile in
Producers Belle and Sebastian, Brian McNeill, Emily MacLaren & 3 more. Writers Belle and Sebastian, Bobby Kildea, Chris Geddes & 4 more. Clavinet Brian McNeill. Drum Programming Brian McNeill. More Belle and Sebastian albums. How To Solve Our Human Problems.
I was wondering if "How to solve. should actually be listed as a compilation. I believe it was thought of as an album, but released in three 12'' EPs over the period of 3 months, to celebrate the vinyl format. And after the release of the final EP, it was offered as a box containing all 3 EPs and for the first time on CD containing all 3 EPs, which by the way were not issued separately on CD. So it is my strong belief that this should lose the compilation description and be moved to the album section
Album by Belle and Sebastian. Sweet Dew Lee. We Were Beautiful. The Girl Doesn't Get It. Everything Is Now. Show Me the Sun. The Same Star. A Plague on Other Boys. Poor Boy. Everything Is Now (Part Two). There Is an Everlasting Song.
Belle and Sebastian's latest is a mixed bag of sounds, spanning the genre reaches of their entire career. Over the past few years, Belle and Sebastian have truly stretched past their comfort zone, flirting with electronica beats and even abandoning their notoriously secluded ways to ride the festival circuit. Although their sound has always had both feet planted squarely in another time, recent albums – namely 2015’s Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance – have found the gang trying on the moxy of contemporary pop music, to varying degrees of success.
Belle and Sebastian were formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1994 by Stuart Murdoch and Stuart David, both of whom had enrolled at Stow College's Beatbox programme for unemployed musicians. Together, with music professor Alan Rankine (formerly of The Associates), they recorded some demos, which were picked up by the college's Music Business course that produces and releases one. single each year on the college's label, Electric Honey. In December 2010 Belle and Sebastian curated the sequel to the Bowlie Weekender in the form of Bowlie 2 presented by All Tomorrow's Parties. In 2013, Pitchfork TV released an hour-long documentary in February, directed by RJ Bentler which focused on the band's 1996 album If You're Feeling Sinister, as well as the formation and early releases of the band. How to Solve Our Human Problems (2018). Days of the Bagnold Summer (2019).
How to Solve Our Human Problems Part 3 (February 16th, 2018). Live 2015 is the third live album by Scottish indie band Belle and Sebastian. The album features their live concert performance on 22 May 2015 at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. The album was recorded and released in conjunction with Concert Live in a 3-CD format.
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|A1||Sweet Dew Lee
Mixed By – Emily MacLaren, Stuart Evans Producer – Belle & Sebastian, Emily MacLaren, Stuart Evans
|A2||We Were Beautiful
Drum Programming, Keyboards – Brian McNeillEngineer, Mixed By – Brian McNeillPedal Steel Guitar, Bass – Dave McGowanProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeillTrumpet – Robert Henderson
Engineer – Emily MacLaren, Stuart Evans Guitar, Synth – Leo AbrahamsMixed By – Kristofer HarrisPercussion – Emily MacLaren
|B2||The Girl Doesn't Get It
Bass – Dave McGowanClavinet, Electric Piano – Brian McNeillEngineer – Brian McNeillProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeill
|B3||Everything Is Now
Bass – Dave McGowanMixed By, Engineer – Paul SavageProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Paul Savage
|C1||Show Me The Sun
Bass – Dave McGowanEngineer – Kevin Burleigh, Ronan FayMixed By – Kevin BurleighProducer – InfloVocals, Synthesizer – Inflo
|C2||The Same Star
Bass Guitar – Dave McGowanMixed By – Kristofer HarrisProducer – Leo AbrahamsSynthesizer [ms20] – Leo AbrahamsTrumpet – Robert Henderson
|C3||I'll Be Your Pilot
Bass, Percussion – Dave McGowanEngineer – Brian McNeillOboe – William MoriconiProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeill
Bass – Dave McGowanEngineer – Emily MacLaren, Stuart Evans Mixed By – Stuart Evans Producer – Belle & Sebastian, Emily MacLaren, Stuart Evans
|D2||A Plague On Other Boys
Engineer – Kevin BurleighEngineer [Assistant] – Ronan FayGuitar – Dave McGowanMixed By – Kristofer HarrisOboe – William MoriconiProducer – Leo AbrahamsSounds [Effects] – Leo AbrahamsTrumpet – Robert Henderson
Bass – Dave McGowanMixed By – Tony DooganProducer – Belle & Sebastian, InfloVocals, Percussion, Synth – Inflo
|E2||Everything Is Now (Part Two)
Bass – Dave McGowanEngineer, Mixed By – Paul SavageFrench Horn – Sarah PerbixGlockenspiel, Vibraphone – Zach Miller Producer – Belle & Sebastian, Paul SavageStrings – The Laurels String Quartet
|F1||Too Many Tears
Bass Guitar – Dave McGowanFlute, Tenor Saxophone – Mark Henderson French Horn – Sarah PerbixGlockenspiel – Andy Thompson Mixed By – Brian McNeillProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeillTrumpet – Cameron Kinghorn, Robert HendersonVocals – Anna Miles, Celia Carcia, Therese Martin
|F2||There Is An Everlasting Song
Engineer – Brian McNeillProducer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeill
Bass – Dave McGowanFrench Horn – Sarah PerbixGlockenspiel – Andy Thompson Mixed By – Brian McNeillOboe, Tenor Saxophone – Mark Henderson Producer – Belle & Sebastian, Brian McNeillStrings – The Laurels String QuartetTrumpet – Cameron KinghornVocals – Carla EastonWritten-By [additionally] – Carla Easton
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Matador Records
- Copyright (c) – Matador Records
- Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH97524
- Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH98346
- Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH98305
- Published By – Spirit B-Unique Polar Patrol Songs
- Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
- Recorded At – Green Door Studio
- Recorded At – Rocket Science Studios Glasgow
- Recorded At – Banchory Studio, Glasgow
- Recorded At – Gorbals Sound
- Recorded At – Sunset Sound
- Recorded At – Creation Audio
- Produced At – Chem19
- Mixed At – Castle Of Doom Studios
- Arranged By [Strings] – Andy Thompson (tracks: E2, F3)
- Cello [The Laurels String Quartet] – Cory Grossman (tracks: E2, F3)
- Engineer [Strings] – Miles Hanson (tracks: E2, F3)
- Management [Banchory Music] – Fiona Morrison
- Management [Red Light Managment] – James Sandom, Jessica Lord
- Mastered By – Frank Arkwright
- Performer, Band – Belle & Sebastian
- Photography By – Stuart Murdoch
- Photography By [Assistant] – Rob Parker
- Sleeve [Sleeve Design] – Emma Durnan
- Viola [The Laurels String Quartet] – Erica Burton (tracks: E2, F3)
- Violin [The Laurels String Quartet] – Jesse Petersen (tracks: E2, F3), Josh Misner (tracks: E2, F3)
- Written-By – Belle & Sebastian
NotesThe catalog number OLE-1123-1 only appears on the sticker on the shrink wrap. The catalog number OLE-xxxxxxxx appears on the rear of the box. The other 3 catalog numbers appear on the sleeves of the EPs; OLE-1194-1 on part 1, OLE-1195-1 on part 2 and OLE-1196-1 on part 3.
℗ 2017 Matador Records. © 2017 Matador Records.
Copies sold by Monorail Music in Glasgow, Scotland came with a signed postcard set. There are 100 copies of the postcards split between the vinyl boxed set and CD versions. The ratio in which they were divided up is not known.
Comes with an exclusive poster and 3 download codes; one for each EP. The centre labels of part 2 are on the wrong sides of the disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Sticker on shrink wrap): 7 44861 11231 0
- Barcode (Part 1, scanned): 744861119418
- Barcode (Part 2, scanned): 744861119517
- Barcode (Part 3, scanned): 744861119616
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BH97524-01 A2 OLE-11941 F.A.  [mirrored]
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): BH97524-01 B2 OLE-11941 v [mirrored]
- Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): BH98346-01 A1 v= OLE-11951
- Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): BH98346-01 B1 FA. OLE-11951 vv
- Matrix / Runout (Side E, etched): BH98305-01 A1 = [mirrored] FA. OLE-11961
- Matrix / Runout (Side F, etched): BH98305-01 B1 ^ [mirrored] OLE-11961
|OLE11239||Belle And Sebastian*||How To Solve Our Human Problems (CD, Comp)||Matador, Beat Records||OLE11239||Japan||2018|
|OLE-1123-2||Belle And Sebastian*||How To Solve Our Human Problems (CD, Comp)||Matador||OLE-1123-2||US||2018|
|OLE-1123-2||Belle And Sebastian*||How To Solve Our Human Problems (CD, Comp)||Matador||OLE-1123-2||UK, Europe & US||2018|