B-Sides, Unreleased, & Rarities – Mew


If you like this series try some of our other B-Sides articles on Band of HorsesCity and Colour, or Foals

B-Sides, Unreleased, and Rarities:  Mew

Everyone wants more music from their favorite artists.  Many bands have unreleased material and B-sides that are released with singles that might go by unnoticed.  Below are a few songs that Mew released that were not on their main releases.   Enjoy listening to them on the video playlist.

Do You Love It? – Previously unreleased song on the “Eggs Are Funny” compilation

Bones(Song for Albert) – B-Side from the “I Should Have Been a Tsin-Tsi for You” single

Where Have All the Geysers Gone – On the “I Should Have Been a Tsin-Tsi for You” single

Quietly – B-Side on “King Christian” single

Pink Monster – B-Side on “King Christian” Single

6 Songs is a lesser known album from 1995.  Many of these songs show up later in bonus releases
Say You’re Sorry
Nothing is Red
I Should Have Been a Tsin-Tsi(For You)

Beautiful Ballon (Acoustic) – B-Side fromA Triumph For Man” Reissue Bonus Disc (2006)

That Time on the Ledge – B-Side from “She Came Home for Christmas” Single

Forever and Ever – B-Side from “And The Glass Handed Kites” Bonus from Japan Release

Nervous – B-Side from “No More Stories are Told Today I’m Sorry They Washed Away” Bonus Vinyl

Misplaced – B-Side from “Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years” Single

Succubus – B-Side from “Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years” Single

Watch This Space – B-Side from “Mica” Single

Ending(Secret Track) – from “Half the World is Watching Me.”  You have to start the first track “Am I Wry” and rewind past the 0:00 mark to find it

Killer – B-Side from 1st “Special” 7″ Vinyl

Like Chaser – B-Side from 2nd “Special “7” Vinyl

Animals of Many Kinds – B-Side from “Special” single

Safe Houses – B-Side from “The Zookeepers Boy” 10″ Vinyl


Other extra listening:

Jonas Bjerre, the lead singer of Mew, is in a group called Apparatjik.  They have released 2 albums.

Jonas also wrote the score for the movie “Skyscraper.”

Johan Wohlert, the bassist, was in a band called “The Storm.”  They released one album “Where the Storm Meets the Ground” in 2008.


B-Sides, Unreleased, and Rarities:  Foals

B-Sides, Unreleased, and Rarities:  City and Colour

B-Sides, Unreleased, and Rarities:  Band of Horses





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