“Who’s Gonna Find Me” is the first single from the fourth full-length album by British band The Coral, Roots & Echoes, and was released on 30 July 2007. The single peaked at number 25 on the UK Singles Chart.
1. “Who’s Gonna Find Me” – 3:27
2. “Laughing Eyes” – 3:27
3. Who’s Gonna Find Me (Video)
“Something Inside of Me” was the second single taken from The Coral’s hit 2005 record, The Invisible Invasion. It missed being a top 40 hit by peaking at #41 on the UK Singles Chart.
All tracks (except where noted) were engineered by Adrian Utley and Steve Davis, recorded at Monnow Valley Studio, mixed at Moles Studio in Bath by Geoff Barrow, Adrian Utley, Craig Silvey and Nick Joplin and mastered at Whitfield Street Studios in London by Frank Arkwright. Art design by K. Power and I. Skelly.
“Shadows Fall” is the first single by The Coral released in 2001. The songs were mixed by Mike Hunter. It was limited to 1000 copies and charted at No. 180 in the charts. “Shadows Fall” and “The Ballad of Simon Diamond” are different recordings than those featured on the The Coral (2002). The song was featured at number 25 in NME’s top 50 singles of 2001.
Secret Kiss was the third single taken from The Coral’s hit 2003 album, Magic and Medicine. The songs were produced by Ian Broudie & The Coral and engineered by Jon Gray. It reached number 25 on the UK Singles Chart. Track listing :
“Secret Kiss” – 2:56 (J. Skelly)
“Who’s That Knockin’?” – 2:30 (J. Skelly, Power, Ryder-Jones)
“See My Love” – 3:36 (J. Skelly, Power)
“Secret Kiss (Video)
“Pass It On” is a song by The Coral, which was taken as the second single taken from their 2003 album, Magic and Medicine. “Pass It On” is The Coral’s highest charting single to date, reaching number five in the UK Singles Chart. The songs were engineered by Jon Gray.
“Pass It On” was not only released on CD and vinyl but also on DVD which contains 2 b-sides and a 3-minute documentary about the band.
The song is similar in structure to The Beatles song “You Like Me Too Much”. It appeared in an episode of Scrubs, “My Turf War” and is featured in the theatrical trailer for Ken Loach’s film Looking for Eric.
“Jacqueline” is a song by indie rock band The Coral, released as the second single from their fourth studio album, Roots & Echoes on 1 October 2007 (see 2007 in music) on an enhanced CD and two 7″ singles.
Peaking at #44 in the UK singles chart, Jacqueline is the Coral’s lowest placing single so far.
“Goodbye” is a song by English indie rock band The Coral taken from their debut album The Coral (2002). Released in July 2002, it was the second single taken from the album and charted at #21.
The music video was directed by Laurence Easeman. The video was inspired by the Wickerman, filmed in Greenfield, Holywell just outside Flint, Wales.
“Dreaming of You” is a song by English band The Coral and is featured on their eponymous debut album, The Coral. Released on 29 October 2002, it was the third single taken from the album and charted at #13. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 85 on its list “150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years”.
A live version was also included on the Radio 1’s Live Lounge album.
“Don’t Think You’re the First” was the first single taken from The Coral’s hit 2003 album, Magic and Medicine.
It was recorded and mixed at Elevator Studios, Liverpool. Produced by Ian Broudie & The Coral, engineered by Jon Gray and master engineered by Gary Butler.
It was a top ten hit in the UK, peaking at #10 on the UK Singles Chart.
“Bill McCai” is a song by The Coral, released as the fourth and final single from their hit 2003 album, Magic and Medicine. The songs were produced by Ian Broudie & The Coral and engineered by Jon Gray. The song is used in the videopart of John Rattray, from the skateboarding movie New Blood, produced by Zero Skateboards.