Album

ReleaseFormatTracksCountry/DateLabelCatalog#Barcode
Official
Super Extra GravityCD11
  • FI2005-10-17
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)987 283-9602498728390
Super Extra GravityCD14
  • GB2005-10-17
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)987 284-0602498728406
Super Extra GravityCD14
  • GB2005-10-17
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)987 415-9602498741597
Super Extra GravityCD11
  • US2005-10-17
Super Extra Gravity (Deluxe Edition)CD + DVD11 + 14
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group), Stockholm Records987 283-9602498728390
Super Extra GravityCD13
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)987 284-1602498728413
Super Extra GravityCD11
Universal Music Australia987 283-70602498728376
Super Extra GravityCD11
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)26006474605026006478
Super Extra GravityCD11
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)987 283-7602498728376
Super Extra Gravity (remastered)Digital Media11
Universal Music AB (Swedish subsidiary of Universal Music Group)00602577451836
Super Extra Gravity12" Vinyl11
  • XE2019-02-01
Stockholm Records987 284-0602557221725

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Wikipedia:en: Super Extra Gravity [info]
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/51001 [info]
reviews:https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/zw54 [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000444733 [info]
Wikidata:Q2706312 [info]

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Super Extra Gravity follows the lead of 2004's earnest Gone Before Daylight, but with slightly harder, more jagged edges. But whilst lyrically Gone... is set in a bubble of an intense relationship going right and wrong, SEG takes inspiration from farther afield. Religion is one theme; in "Godspell". While "Don't Blame Your Daughter" reads like a letter giving her ex-husband and children's father a damned good ticking off. Nina goes on to explore the ill-effects of too much alcohol on a raging jealous tongue with the best song title ever, "I Need Some Fine Wine, And You, You Need To Be Nicer".

But dysfunctional relationships are a common theme, with old song "And Then You Kissed Me" gaining a sequel here. There are no great departures instrumentally and The Cardigans continue their evolution into a serious, spacious indie group with polished songs.

It seems that the ironic, chatty Cardigans of Emmerdale are gone forever, but they're still sounding damn fine.