Time Capsule: Best of 90/00

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Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 90/00
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ReleasedSeptember 26, 2000
Genre Alternative rock
Label Volcano Records
Matthew Sweet chronology
In Reverse
Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 90/00
To Understand: The Early Recordings of Matthew Sweet
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Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 90/00 is a compilation album by alternative rock musician Matthew Sweet. [4] It was released on Volcano Entertainment in 2000. It contains two new songs: "Ready" and "So Far".

Track listing

All songs written by Matthew Sweet.

  1. "Divine Intervention" - 5:37 ( Girlfriend )
  2. "I've Been Waiting" - 3:36 (Girlfriend)
  3. "Girlfriend" - 3:40 (Girlfriend)
  4. "You Don't Love Me" - 5:21 (Girlfriend)
  5. "Time Capsule" - 3:56 ( Altered Beast )
  6. "The Ugly Truth" - 3:18 (Altered Beast)
  7. "Devil With the Green Eyes" [remix] - 4:41 ( Son of Altered Beast )
  8. "Someone to Pull the Trigger" -3:55 (Altered Beast)
  9. "Sick of Myself" - 3:38 ( 100% Fun )
  10. "We're the Same" - 3:03 (100% Fun)
  11. "Where You Get Love" - 3:35 ( Blue Sky on Mars )
  12. "Until You Break" - 4:50 (Blue Sky on Mars)
  13. "Behind the Smile" - 2:23 (Blue Sky on Mars)
  14. "If Time Permits" - 3:03 ( In Reverse )
  15. "What Matters" - 4:13 (In Reverse)
  16. "Hide" - 4:02 (In Reverse)
  17. "Ready" - 3:57
  18. "So Far" - 3:17

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  2. "Time Capsule: The Best of Matthew Sweet 90/00". EW.com.
  3. Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian David (February 8, 2004). The New Rolling Stone Album Guide. Simon and Schuster. ISBN   9780743201698 via Google Books.
  4. "TrouserPress.com :: Matthew Sweet". www.trouserpress.com.