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Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium

Symposium, the pop-punk band heralded as ‘the best live band in Britain’ by Melody Maker in the 90’s, release their first Best Of compilation: Do You Remember How It Was? A compilation that gathers together their finest moments in one place and provides a fully rounded view of what made them so intoxicating in the first place.

Symposium’s achievements in just six years of being a band read like a 90’s rock‘n’roll-call; supported by the likes of John Peel, Jo Whiley, and Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 1, heralded by music mags such as Melody Maker, Kerrang! and NME, and performing on TV shows such as TFI Friday and Top of the Pops.

During their appearance on Top of the Pops in 1997 performing ‘Fairweather Friend’ completely live, frontman Ross became the only singer in the show’s history to stage dive, and the band received only the third ever stage invasion from the audience after Nirvana and Oasis.

This set contains the hit singles ‘Farewell To Twilight’, ‘Fairweather Friend’, ‘Drink The Sunshine’, and the previously unreleased track ‘Bleach’.

Symposium

Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999)

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Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
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£31.99

Double 140 Gram Vinyl with Printed Inner Sleeve.

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Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKLP838X

Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
LP

£26.99

140 Gram Vinyl with Printed Inner Sleeve.

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Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKLP838

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Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
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£11.99

Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKCD838

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Symposium

Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999)

Cooking Vinyl
Album artwork for Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium by Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) - Symposium
Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
LP+x2

£31.99

Double 140 Gram Vinyl with Printed Inner Sleeve.

Royal Blue

Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKLP838X

Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
LP

£26.99

140 Gram Vinyl with Printed Inner Sleeve.

Black
Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKLP838

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Do You Remember How It Was? The Best Of Symposium (1996-1999) by Symposium
CD

£11.99

Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

COOKCD838

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Symposium, the pop-punk band heralded as ‘the best live band in Britain’ by Melody Maker in the 90’s, release their first Best Of compilation: Do You Remember How It Was? A compilation that gathers together their finest moments in one place and provides a fully rounded view of what made them so intoxicating in the first place.

Symposium’s achievements in just six years of being a band read like a 90’s rock‘n’roll-call; supported by the likes of John Peel, Jo Whiley, and Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 1, heralded by music mags such as Melody Maker, Kerrang! and NME, and performing on TV shows such as TFI Friday and Top of the Pops.

During their appearance on Top of the Pops in 1997 performing ‘Fairweather Friend’ completely live, frontman Ross became the only singer in the show’s history to stage dive, and the band received only the third ever stage invasion from the audience after Nirvana and Oasis.

This set contains the hit singles ‘Farewell To Twilight’, ‘Fairweather Friend’, ‘Drink The Sunshine’, and the previously unreleased track ‘Bleach’.