CD 7 Worlds Collide * [067003025829] (CD 307161),
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7 Worlds Collide * [067003025829]


  • 1. Anytime
    2. Take a Walk - (featuring Eddie Vedder)
    3. Climber, The
    4. Loose Tongue
    5. Down on the Corner - (featuring Johnny Marr)
    6. There Is a Light That Never Goes Out
    7. Paper Doll - (from "Lisa Germano")
    8. Turn and Run
    9. Angel's Heap - (featuring Tim Finn)
    10. Edible Flowers
    11. Stuff and Nonsense - (featuring Eddie Vedder/Tim Finn)
    12. I See Red - (featuring Eddie Vedder)
    13. She Will Have Her Way
    14. Parting Ways - (featuring Tim Finn)
    15. Weather With You - (featuring Tim Finn)
    16. Paradise (Wherever You Are) - (featuring Tim Finn)
    17. Don't Dream It's Over
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 30258

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel: Neil Finn, Johnny Marr, Ed O'Brien (guitar); Phil selway (drums); Eddie Vedder,Tim Finn, Lisa Germano, Sebastian Steinber.
    Recorded live in Aukland, New Zealand.
    A live album released concurrently with a DVD video of the same concert, SEVEN WORLDS COLLIDE documents a one-time-only set bringing Neil Finn together with friends and acolytes including brother Tim, son Liam, and fans Lisa Germano, Johnny Marr, and Eddie Vedder. The latter turns in a surprisingly credible version of the Split Enz classic "Stuff and Nonsense." All the participants get their turns in the spotlight, with Germano's "Paper Doll" and her haunted duet "Turn and Run" among the highest points.
    As always, Neil and Tim sound best when singing together, and the siblings take the majority of the vocals, both on their own songs and on unexpected choices like the Smiths' "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out," capturing the deadpan humor of the original. Other highlights include a lovely version of the Finn brothers' collaboration "Angels Heap" and a Vedder-led rip through the manic "I See Red" that's the only rocker of the night. At times, the star of the show blends a little too unobtrusively into the background, but overall, SEVEN WORLDS is that rarity, a live album that's often as interesting as the original studio recordings.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (3/8/02, p.74) - "...There's nothing star-crossed about this multi-artist set...Longtime Finn-atic Eddie Vedder warbles Split Enz tunes, and Johnny Marr 'covers' the Smiths...the colleciton peaks with Finn's opening 'Anytime'..." - Rating: B+
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