Saint Etienne - The Misadventures of Saint Etienne
NME.COM feature on Saint Etienne - The Misadventures of Saint Etienne album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 November 1998
This record is the soundtrack to your life
Ever felt a connection to a group or a song so intense and completely one-sided that it defied and confounded all logic or reality? Of course you have, you’re reading this magazine. That being the case, this record is the soundtrack to your life. Sure, the threesome’s advancing years date the references (“ I was in love, and I knew he loved me back because he’d made me a tape ”), but...
- May 18, 2012
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- Jack Lemmon
- Paris Bar '89
- Dream Dentist
- Lost in the Library
- Find Me a Boy
- Edward Undecided
- Martin Court
- Space Shuttle
- It's All Gone Horribly Wrong
- More Statues
- French Detective
- Do It All
- New York Skyline
- Seventeenth Century Sea
- In Dreams
- Lonely Margaret
- The Way I Fell for You
- I'm Here to Mix the Nuns
The self-proclaimed antidote to “landfill pop”
- Jan 27, 2012
Band have postponed tonight's show due to illness
'Words And Music By Saint Etienne' is released on May 21
Band will play five dates in support of their new album 'Words And Music By Saint Etienne'
Saint Etienne - The Misadventures of Saint Etienne: Wikipedia Album Entry
Recorded Winter 1997
Released September 1999
Notes This release compiles the music that Saint Etienne wrote & recorded for the 1998 feature film, "The Misadventures of Margaret" starring Parker Posey and directed by Brian Skeet. The songs & score were recorded in 3 weeks during Winter 1997, 6 months after the recording of the 4th Saint Etienne LP, Good Humor.
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