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A compilation album by the English rock band. The album was released as the American counterpart to their recent British compilation 'The World Won't Listen' and consisted of all singles and nearly all B-sides that had not at that point been available in the United States, either on single or album, with a few other tracks added. The title is borrowed from a line in Elizabeth Smart's extended prose poem 'By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept'.




    1. Is It Really So Strange
    2. Sheila Take A Bow
    3. Shoplifters Of The World Unite
    4. Sweet and Tender Hooligan
    5. Half A Person
    6. London
    7. Panic 
    8. Girl Afraid
    9. Shakespeare's Sister
    10. William, It Was Really Nothing
    11. You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby
    12. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
    13. Ask
    14. Golden Lights
    15. Oscillate Wildly
    16. These Things Take Time
    17. Rubber Ring 
    18. Back To The Old House
    19. Hand In Glove
    20. Stretch Out And Wait
    21. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
    22. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
    23. Unloveable
    24. Asleep
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