NEWS: Inspiral Carpets announce Singles collection and major UK tour

NEWS: Inspiral Carpets announce Singles collection and major UK tour

The Inspiral Carpets have announced the release of a comprehensive singles package and accompanying tour.

The Complete Singles, a 24 track compilation of all the band’s singles from 1988 to 2015, will be released on Mute/BMG on March 17. It will be released as a double heavyweight ‘midnight licorice’ black vinyl and as a 3CD set with an exclusive remix bonus disc that brings together classic, rare and unreleased remixes from across their career and two new unreleased mixes from the Go! Team and Martyn Walsh & Simon Lyon.

Split across four sides of vinyl or two CDS, the tracklisting for the singles is as follows:

  1. Keep The Circle Around
  2. Butterfly
  3. Joe
  4. Find Out Why
  5. Move
  6. This Is How It Feels
  7. She Comes In The Fall
  8. Biggest Mountain
  9. Weakness
  10. Caravan
  11. Please Be Cruel
  12. Dragging Me Down
  13. Two Worlds Collide
  14. Generations
  15. Bitches Brew
  16. How It Should Be
  17. Saturn 5
  18. I Want You featuring Mark E. Smith
  19. Uniform
  20. Come Back Tomorrow
  21. You’re So Good For Me
  22. Fix Your Smile
  23. Spitfire
  24. Let Your Down (edit) featuring John Cooper Clarke

The tracklisting for the remix CD is as follows:

  1. Dragging Me Down (John Dasilva Remix)
  2. This Is How It Feels (The Go! Team Remix)
  3. Caravan (No Windscreen Mix) (John Robertson)
  4. Generations (Denmark 2 Germany 0 remix) (Fortran 5)
  5. Commercial Reign (Rub-A-Dub Mix)
  6. You’re So Good For Me (Like A Tonic Remix) (Mark Veda & Micha Adam)
  7. Dubville (Chris Nagle)
  8. Two Worlds Collide (12″ Mix) (Mike Pickering & Paul Heard/M People)
  9. Saturn 5 (High Energy Mix) (Paul Van Dyk)
  10. This Is How It Feels (Robbery Mix) (PK & Dashboard)
  11. Skidoo (Possession Mix) (Justin Robertson)
  12. Bitches Brew (Horse) (Fortran 5)
  13. Changes (Martyn Walsh & Simon Lyon Remix)
  14. Uniform (Skripka Mix) (featuring the Balanescu Quartet)

The tour dates are as follows:


23 – Roadmenders, Northampton

24 – Boilershop, Newcastle

25 – O2 Academy, Oxford

26 – Concorde 2, Brighton

31 – Junction, Cambridge


1 – Albert Hall, Manchester

2 – Recue Rooms, Nottingham

8 – O2 Academy, Leeds

13 – SWG3 Galvanizers, Glasgow

14 – Leadmill, Sheffield

15 – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

21 – HMV Empire, Coventry

21 – Cheese & Grain, Frome


25 – Picturedrome, Holmfirth

26 – Welly, Hull

27 – Neighborhood Weekender, Warrington


15 – Tivoli, Buckley

16 – Tramshed, Cardiff

17 – Sign Of The Times Festival, Church End


20 – PJ Molloys, Dunfermline

21 – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh

22 – Kubix Festival, Sunderland


24 – Hairy Dog, Derby

25 – Epic Studios, Norwich

26 – Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

NEWS: Inspiral Carpets announce Singles collection and major UK tour

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