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Lazy Line Painter Jane
Belle & Sebastian
Lazy Line Painter Jane
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (4) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (4) - Disc #2
  •  Track Listings (4) - Disc #3

Fans who missed out on the 3 import EPs between 'If You're Feeling Sinister' and 'The Boy With the Arab Strap' should pick up this set that puts them all in 1 box, as it's quality work and all non-LP material. A Matador...  more »

      
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All Artists: Belle & Sebastian
Title: Lazy Line Painter Jane
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Matador Records
Original Release Date: 3/7/2000
Release Date: 3/7/2000
Album Type: Box set, EP
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Pop, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, Contemporary Folk, Singer-Songwriters, Folk Rock
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaCD Credits: 3
Other Editions: Lazy Line Painter Jane / You Made Me Forget
UPC: 744861031321

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Fans who missed out on the 3 import EPs between 'If You're Feeling Sinister' and 'The Boy With the Arab Strap' should pick up this set that puts them all in 1 box, as it's quality work and all non-LP material. A Matador Records release.

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Can You Say Bargain? What Are You Waiting For?
singmebackhome | 04/20/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am from Manhattan and one day as I was in a chain record store, another person and I started chatting about music (these things happen all the time in Manhattan). It turned out that both of us were HUGE Belle & Sebastian fans (the lucky sod owned an ORIGINAL copy of "Tigermilk"--I almost mugged him there on the spot! These things happen all the time in Manhattan...LOL. Not really.). When he heard how much I love B&S, he literally dragged me over to the cd singles section and thrust the three original import singles at me and said, "Do yourself a favor." As I didn't even KNOW that B&S had issued the singles at the time (it had been a difficult year), I immediately ran, debit card in hand, to the register and then sat impatiently at work the rest of the day until I could get home and thrust these into the cd player. And then promptly hit the repeat button. My favorite of these three absolutely wonderful, tuneful, whimsical, perfect cd single bonbons is "3...6...9...Seconds of Light" (he preferred "Dog on Wheels" I remember), but all of them are ABSOLUTELY INDISPENSIBLE. And then I think how lucky all you people out there can be to get ALL THREE at one time without having to pay import prices and want to drag you--or your mouse--to the "Put this in my shopping cart" button so you can bliss out yourselves. Now if you will pardon me, I need to hit that repeat button again..."
This box set made me a fan
singmebackhome | Macon, GA | 10/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have always heard B+S spoken well of, but pretty much only in indie rock circles which can be kinda stuffy and closed-minded, so I didn't know to put much stock in it. I figured I'd give them a shot when the opportunity presented itself instead of going out of my way. That day came when I saw this box set at a retail store "going out of business sale" and I snapped it up for 4 bucks.OK- a few things here: best 4 bucks I've spent in a LONG time. I would have gladly paid more than full price for this sucker had I know how great it was. Also, I'm SO angry at myself for waiting so long to get to know this great music! The EP set is only the tip of the iceberg, as they have four or five full-lengths, but I so admire their dedication to the EP format. Each of these (and Jonathan David, which I also got and strongly recommend!) have their own character and flavor.Major highlight is "Lazy Line Painter Jane" which is the kind of song that could have ruled the airwaves back when Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High" was a miserable failure. It reaches such orgasmic heights of Phil Specto-rama, with layer upon layer of sound building and building (AND BUILDING AND BUILDING) around the duet between Stewart and the soulful white girl Monica White. The lyrics are vague in a Stewart kind of way, with enough evocative references to "boys" and "girls" who's lives are potentially altered by the "last bus out of town" to make you buy into this grandiose drama of human feeling without knowing exactly what the hell is going on (Dylan-esque? Yes!) It's a total geek-out! And I just LOVE how that bass line recenters the focus after the first verse, breaks it all down and then builds it back up! You da man, Stewart!He isn't afraid to bring alot to the party, either. There's a home in this indie-rock for slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, harmonica, violins and strings and synths that sound like violins and strings- and it's deadly sincere. There's no joking around here. The people in charge of making this light and airy music are serious craftsmen and super-talented arrangers. They give a damn about making the best song they can. I can't wait to absorb more of their music. This is such a great band, and I'd urge people to buy this box set. I found it an incredible way to start in on Belle and Sebastian!"
Want the most for your money? Check this out
Alex | Downers Grove, IL | 06/01/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Belle and Sebastian have been making great pop music for nearly a decade now, and some of their best work isn't on any studio album. You'll find great gems like "Lazy Line Painter Jane" and "The State I Am In" on this set, but why stop there? You could pay $18 for this box set. But there's a better option now.

A new 2 disc set has surfaced, thanks to Matador. It's called PUSH BARMAN TO OPEN OLD WOUNDS, and it contains all these songs and more for a cheaper price. If you're looking for non-album tracks from Scotland's best band, I'd say the decision is a no-brainer. Buy PUSH BARMAN instead - it's the price of a single disc album, and you get 25 tracks from all EP's 1997-2001. What a deal."