Memory Almost Full Track Listing

Found the track listing, though the producer stated these are bogus. Still, mull over these Paul titles:

  1. “Dance Tonight” – 2:56
  2. “Ever Present Past” – 2:59
  3. “See Your Sunshine” – 3:22
  4. “Only Mama Knows” – 4:19
  5. “You Tell Me” – 3:17
  6. “Mr. Bellamy” – 3:41
  7. “Gratitude” – 3:21
  8. “Vintage Clothes” – 2:24
  9. “That Was Me” – 2:16
  10. “Feet in the Clouds” – 3:26
  11. “House of Wax” – 5:01
  12. “End of the End” – 2:59
  13. “Nod Your Head” – 1:58

In some ways, I almost hope everything I am finding out is wrong so that I get to be surprised and excited all over again when the album actually comes out.

Also, although Wikipedia (your online source for TRUTH!) states that all songs are written by Paul McCartney, I hope “Gratitude” is an Oingo Boingo cover.

Found this somewhere else – a completely different track listing for Paul’s new album, complete with condescending song descriptions!

“To Be Said” – Based on the poem. A short string quartet piece. Delicate.

“Bring The Dawn” – Huge production number, mellotrons to brass, booming drums.

“Memory Almost Full” – Nice pop song (see “Driving Rain”), likely (the) first single. Some electronica.

“Love Hear My Thunder” – (Rolling) Stones-like rocker. (Sounds like) peak Wings.

“Robber Of Soul” – Funky jazz/brass number, unlike anything in (McCartney’s) catalog so far.

“Cracks In The Earth” – Electric piano ballad, sounds like a Chaos And Creation In The Backyard track.

“Buy The Farm” – Solid rocker, Steve Miller-ish.

“It Happens Every Time” – Tight rocker, best song here.

“Silent Water” – Piano/organ/electronica song — nice lyrics.

“God Damn Rock ‘n Roll” – Sounds like a Back To The Egg outtake- almost punk.

“Pizza And Fairytales” – Most Beatle-esque. Reminds (me) of (McCartney’s unreleased 1987 song) “Return To Pepperland.”

“Pictures In Song Suite” – Almost 15 minutes. A true song suite, divided into four movements. Most people won’t get how good this is.

Two things awesome to note: First, the song that AOL is touting “Ever Present Past” is not on the list. Second, whoever wrote this is clearly better than you in all ways. Note the comment for the Pop Suite! Pop Suite! at the end – “Most people won’t get how good this is.”

Also, in the interest of full disclosure, I have actually heard (and have on bootleg) “Return To Pepperland.”

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