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Reply to "Bad Singles - why does Neil choose such poor singles to promote his music?"

Agree with both of the above. The poor single/first single choices have been happening for years now...

 

Sinner as his first ever solo single, then single choices like Rest of the Day Off, Wherever You Are, Edible Flowers, Don't Stop Now, Saturday Sun, Either Side, Tell Me What You Want, and now Dive Bomber & Flying in the Face of Love as the first taste of the new album.


Although post-1996 Neil has been just as amazing as pre-1996 Neil, his single selections fall way short when compared to opening singles like Mean To Me, Better Be Home Soon & Distant Sun.

To me, these were some of the obvious single choices over the past 15 years: She Will Have Her Way, Last One Standing, Driving Me Mad, Anytime,,Hole in the Ice, Turn and Run, Won't Give In, Part of Me, Part of You, Anything Can Happen, Nothing Wrong With You, She Called Up, Pour Le Monde and Twice if You're Lucky.

So they did occasionally get some right

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