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What Have You Done Today, Mervyn Day?

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What Have You Done Today, Mervyn Day?

What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day?
Saint Etienne
Released March 28, 2006
Recorded Needham Sound
and Cat Music
Genre Alternative rock
Length 32:14
Label Foreign Office - 002
Producer Saint Etienne
and Ian Catt
Saint Etienne chronology

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What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day?

What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? is a fan club only release by Saint Etienne featuring 18 original and unreleased pieces of music that featured in their film of the same name about the redevelopment of the Lower Lea Valley in London. It was performed live by the band at the film's premiere at the Barbican.

Track listing

  1. Main Title - 2:41
  2. Sugarhouse Lane - 2:07
  3. Hope Chemical - 2:35
  4. Eton Manor - 1:33
  5. Quartermile Bridge - 1:20
  6. Cosy Café - 3:39
  7. Lee Navigation - 1:54
  8. Pudding Mill Lane - 0:39
  9. Channelsea - 1:07
  10. White Post Lane - 2:05
  11. The Pylons - 1:31
  12. Parkesine - 2:05
  13. Lesney Factory - 1:56
  14. Swan Wharf - 1:34
  15. Pioneers - 0:57
  16. Trinity Wharf - 0:58
  17. Blackwall Reach - 0:59
  18. Mervyn’s Theme - 2:28
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