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ⓘ A Sides Win: Singles 1992–2005 is a compilation album by Canadian power pop quartet Sloan. It was released on May 3, 2005, and debuted at #15 on the Canadian Al ..



A Sides Win: Singles 1992–2005
                                     

ⓘ A Sides Win: Singles 1992–2005

A Sides Win: Singles 1992–2005 is a compilation album by Canadian power pop quartet Sloan. It was released on May 3, 2005, and debuted at #15 on the Canadian Albums Chart.

The album is a compilation of 14 previously released singles, plus two new songs, "All Used Up" and "Try to Make It". A special version of the album also contains a second disc, a DVD containing the music videos of each of the songs, plus interviews and other material.

The albums title is a play on "A Side Wins", a song on Sloans 1996 release One Chord to Another.

                                     

1. Track listing

  • "The Other Man" Chris Murphy; from Pretty Together – 3:53
  • "Losing California" Patrick Pentland; from Between the Bridges – 3:06
  • "Try to Make It" Chris Murphy; new song – 3:44
  • "Everything Youve Done Wrong" Patrick Pentland; from One Chord to Another – 3:27
  • "All Used Up" Patrick Pentland; new song – 2:49
  • "Friendship" Patrick Pentland; from Between the Bridges – 3:25
  • "If It Feels Good Do It" Patrick Pentland; from Pretty Together – 3:56
  • "People of the Sky" Andrew Scott; from Twice Removed – 3:38
  • "500 Up" Andrew Scott; from Smeared – 4:16
  • "Underwhelmed" Chris Murphy; from Smeared – 4:45
  • "Coax Me" Chris Murphy; from Twice Removed – 3:26
  • "She Says What She Means" Chris Murphy; from Navy Blues – 3:01
  • "Money City Maniacs" Patrick Pentland; from Navy Blues – 3:54
  • "The Lines You Amend" Jay Ferguson; from One Chord to Another – 2:32
  • "The Rest of My Life" Chris Murphy; from Action Pact – 2:46
  • "The Good in Everyone" Patrick Pentland; from One Chord to Another – 2:08

B-sides

  • "Tell Me Something I Dont Know" Chris Murphy; Japan import
  • "I Thought I Was Ready for You" Jay Ferguson; Japan import
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