Those Sessions

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Those Sessions
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EP by The Olivia Tremor Control
Released 2000
Recorded March 18, 1997
Genre Indie rock
Length32:25
The Olivia Tremor Control chronology
Black Foliage: Animation Music Volume 1
(1999)
Those Sessions
(2000)
Singles and Beyond
(2000)

"Those Sessions" is a 1997 Extended Play (EP) by The Olivia Tremor Control. The album is also known as Peel Sessions for BBC Radio jock, John Peel, who worked on it with The Olivia Tremor Control.

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Track listing

(All songs written by The Olivia Tremor Control)

  1. "I'm Not Feeling Human" – 2:17
  2. "Suite One: Memories of Jacqueline 1906/The Giant Day/Outer Themes/Green Typewriters" – 7:46
  3. "Suite Two: Frosted Ambassdor/Green Typewriters/The Princess Turns the Key to Cubist Castle/Looking for Meaning" – 7:48
  4. "Untitled" – 14:34

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