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  • Audio CD (18 Sept. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: PAL
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN: B000GG4T4G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,058 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Can Only Disappoint U (Single Mix)
  2. Wide Open Space
  3. Stripper Vicar
  4. Being A Girl (Part One) (Edit)
  5. Negative (Edit)
  6. Take It Easy Chicken
  7. Legacy (Radio Edit)
  8. She Makes My Nose Bleed
  9. Closed For Business
  10. Six (Single Version)
  11. Getting Your Way
  12. Electric Man (Radio Edit)
  13. The Chad Who Loved Me
  14. Egg Shaped Fred
  15. Slipping Away
  16. Fool (Edit)
  17. Taxloss

Disc: 2

  1. Flourella
  2. Egg Shaped Fred
  3. Take It Easy Chicken
  4. Stripper Vicar
  5. Wide Open Space
  6. Wide Open Space (US Version)
  7. She Makes My Nose Bleed
  8. Taxloss (Radio Edit)
  9. Closed For Business
  10. Legacy (Radio Edit)
  11. Being A Girl
  12. Negative
  13. Six (Single Version)
  14. I Can Only Disappoint U
  15. Electric Man (Radio Edit)
  16. Fool
  17. Nobody Cares When You're Gone (Unseen Documentary Footage)
  18. Taxloss (Live At Brixton)
  19. Love Remains (Super 8 Montage)

Product Description

"Mansun are one of the bands that made us get into a band in the first place...they had guts." - Simon Jones (Hope Of The States), interview with The Fly magazine, June 2006 "Mansun blew me away and changed the way I listened to and approach music" - Jon Barnett (The Upper Room) From their formation in 1995 to their split in 2003, Mansun released three critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums including the No.1 album 'Attack Of The Grey Lantern'. The band also released fourteen EPs, nine of which entered the UK Top 20 singles chart and four of which were Top 10 hits. A posthumous 3xCD collection 'Kleptomania' featured the lost fourth album sessions, B-sides and rarities and was released in September 2004. Mansun still have an extremely loyal fanbase both in UK and Japan. 'Legacy' is their first ever 'Best Of' collection and has been compiled by frontman Paul Draper, who also wrote the liner notes for the release. 'Legacy' features the lead tracks from all the band’s EPs including 'Stripper Vicar', 'Taxloss', 'Being A Girl' and the classic 'Wide Open Space'. Also included in the tracklisting is their last 7" only single 'Slipping Away', plus fan favourites 'Getting Your Way' and the epic 'The Chad Who Loved Me'. The album is also available as a Special Edition CD/DVD featuring all the band’s videos plus a new documentary about the band Nobody Cares When You're Gone featuring a new interview with Paul Draper and Dom Chad plus loads of rare unseen behind-the-scenes footage. This release is long anticipated by the Mansun fanbase, who were asked to send in their photos earlier in the year to contribute to the album’s artwork.

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Appearing in the mid 1990s with debut single `Take It Easy Chicken', Mansun were a bit confusing. They said they couldn't play properly, though had a fine songwriter in the form of Paul Draper. They changed their image more often than Girls Aloud, dressing like Oasis one minute, Manic Street Preachers pre-EMG the next. They had a number one album one year and seemed forgotten the next - suggesting that `Six' is their `Wilder' and that they might have been the Teardrop Explodes of their age? A recent feature in Uncut magazine suggests a somewhat traumatic existence centring on illness, addictions, financial irregularities and related traumas. A canny publisher might contact Mr Draper as there sounds to me material worthy of `Diary of a Rock'N'Roll Star' and `Head On/Repossessed' there. Mansun were confusing, and this compilation probably details why.

This is a two disc set, the second a DVD-themed collection that includes the great `Nobody Cares When You're Gone' - but I'll focus on the 17 track best of. We open not far from the end with the catchy `I Can Only Disappoint U' which sounds pretty darn fine now and has made me return to `Little Kix' with my tail between my legs - like Scritti Politti's `Anomie & Bonhomie' it's an album I dismissed at the time on a listen or two. What was I thinking? Why was I thinking that? Their best known song and one that everyone seems to like is next - the super `Wide Open Space' which samples the late ODB and is the kind of record folk probably wish that Radiohead would make.

There was much more to Mansun than that, as suggested by the string-laden `The Chad Who Loved Me' from debut `Attack of the Grey Lantern' (I'd have probably included `Mansun's Only Love Song' too).
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I remember the first time i heard Mansun, it was the single 'she makes my nose bleed' and i searched high and low (well local Our Price (RIP) and Woolworths) for the single, then suddenly stumbled across the album 'Attack of the Grey Lantern'. This album, its fair to say, changed my life. Mansun were criminally underrated, a band who if were to release AOTGL now, would probably get critical acclaim. Looking down the tracks, theres the stape classics (wide open space, she makes my nose bleed, i can only dissapoint u, taxloss) mixed in with the wonderful b-sides and album tracks that made Mansun who they were, inventive, brilliant and way beyond their time. Anyone who's interested in broadening thier indie taste should make this top priority to buy. Beautiful instrumentally, lyrically moving and completely immersive, this best of is well and truly deserved and justified by a band, similarly to hope of the states, who split up way too soon. they were massive in japan too!!!

buy it and hear the brilliance of mansun.
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A bit of a strange album to release as the advertising campaign for this was virtualy non existant and as the group has been disbanded for three years, I cannot see who this album is aimed at apart from the fanatical fans that linger on.

On the plus side, it rounds up all the single a-sides on one album and includes another disc containing all the videos (I had only seen the Taxlo$$ video) plus some video extras. This album is also available as a best of music only disc too at a cheaper price.

Five stars for the music, but I find that the title is misleading as some of their best tracks were album tracks. Still, a cracking album which I recommend highly for people who want to hear something different and may have not heard Mansun and wouldn't want to delve through their back catalogue.
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As with any musical movement, Britpop had its share of stars - Oasis, Blur, Pulp, the new incarnation of the Manic Street Preachers - and it also had a string of underrated B-listers. Unlike, say, Dodgy (who had two excellent hit singles and not much else) or Kula Shaker (who recorded as much rubbish as they did good stuff and made a woeful comeback last year), Mansun whilst not gaining much respect in Britain, were critically acclaimed in the US and their loyal fans ensured they remained a chart concern until their demise a few years back. As such, this best of collection is far better than you may expect.

On the negative side, fans will dispute the compilation on at least two levels. Firstly, the inclusion of 'Fool' (even in the liner notes, the band state it's their least favourite song) over, say, 'Mansun's Only Love Song' may cause disappointment. What's more, despite their short shelf life, Mansun were insanely ambitious, their albums complex conceptual works with musical twists and turns and segues. As such, virtually every song is a new edit (which is sort of a good thing, making it worth listening to all the way through) but is also taken out of context, place and order. It can also mean, like in the case of 'Being A Girl,' that songs are presented in a hacked up form, in that song's case being the single mix, a full seven minutes short of its actual length.

However, to a new fan - or indeed, someone not bothered by such trifling - this is a brilliant place to start or end your collection. Almost all of Mansun's essential songs are here.
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