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An overview of the extra tracks for Full Moon Club subscribers


For three pounds a month, you can join Peter Gabriel's Full Moon Club on Bandcamp. In return, you get the songs that are released as part of the i/o campaign in digital (also high-resolution) formats (these are the bright-side and dark-side mixes respectively) as well as an extended "Deep Dive" video for each song, which is basically a kind of "extended version" of the video that Gabriel makes available on YouTube with each new song - the Deep Dive video is one of the exclusive releases that only Full Moon Club subscribers get.

But there's more here. When you subscribe, you get three Encore shows and Peter's contribution to Earth Day (an alternative version of Shock The Monkey). Then, for each new song, there's an alternative version that won't be available elsewhere. These are made available at irregular intervals (and sometimes late). Every now and then, something surprising is thrown in that is not directly related to i/o. Below, we list all exclusive Bandcamp contributions apart from the bright-side and dark-side mixes of new songs here, and we continuously add to the list with new releases.

You can subscribe to Peter's Bandcamp Full Moon Club at this link abschließen. A credit card is required for payment. As a new customer, you currently have access to earlier Bandcamp Exclusives by Peter Gabriel. However, we don't know how long this will be possible. Subscribers to his Full Moon Club will then have all the songs automatically in the library. We recommend downloading the tracks, although you can of course also play them directly on Bandcamp or in the Bandcamp app (available in the corresponding app stores). The Deep Dive videos, however, cannot be downloaded (without tools).

So what comes after December 2023, when the i/o record has been released?

Peter has said he'd like to continue with new songs and new music in 2024 and will fill the gap with further rarities and live stuff.

Last update: 24 May 2024




23 May 2024: Another Lunatics In The Big Room live track

Some expected this, some didn't: Another live track from the 2003 exclusive show at Real World Studios was released on Bandcamp today - it's Downside-Up. In his message, Peter also higlights there will be two more songs in this lunar cycle - not from the Lunatics show: A demo of a song that will definitely improve your joie de vivre (yes, that might be a hint) and a song that you probably know but is previously unreleased with this particular person singing

The tracks are in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

8 May 2024: Another Lunatics In The Big Room live track

As expected, another live track from the 2003 exclusive show at Real World Studios was released on Bandcamp today - it's Games Without Frontiers. In addition, there is also a video with Peter explaining somd details about the show (and that we probably won't get the full show, but only some highlights). More tracks from that show will be added shortly.

The tracks are in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

 

24 April 2024: Lunatics In The Big Room

After a couple of demos, the Bandcamp Full Moon club now gets some live tracks. Two tracks were released today: Burn You Up, Burn You Down and More Than This. Both tracks were recorded during an exclusice concert at Real World Studios (2003) for some competition winners of the "old" Full Moon Club. More tracks from that show will be added during this lunar cycle.

You can find both tracks in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

18 April 2024: Not One Of Us - Early Incarnation

In between the new moon and the upcoming full moon we get the promised third early incarnation demo. This time it is a very early version of the track Not One Of Us, again recorded in London's Trident Studios on 28 August 1978. For those of you wondering what's happening with the track I Don't Remember - the version from the same sessions had already been released on Flotsam And Jetsam.

You can find all three tracks in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

08 April 2024: Games Without Frontiers - Early Incarnation

This new moon brings yet another take from that very early session for Peter Gabriel's third record: This time it is a very early version of his classic song Games Without Frontiers, again recorded in London's Trident Studios on 28 August 1978. This version contains only some of the elements that would eventually end up in the final version of the song. A third track from this session is to be expected within a week or so.

You can find this track in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

25 March 2024: Family Snapshot early incarnation

This full moon brings yet another surprise: This time it is a very early version of his classic song Family Snapshot, recorded in London's Trident Studios on 28 August 1978. This version contains only some of the elements that would eventually end up in the final version of the song. Peter also announced more of that period is to come within this lunar cycle.

You can find the track in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

10 March 2024: Real World Notes tracks

The new moon brings another surprise: Peter has made three tracks from his old Real World Notes extra CDs available on Bandcamp. Those tracks are Seven Zero, Brimstone and 100 Days To Go. The latter is a demo of The Tower That Ate People. All tracks were recorded in the Nineties.

You can find all three tracks in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

24 February 2024: Firebird (Demo)

The new full moon brings another surprise: Fans may have expected another track from the 1975 Martin Hall session, but with Firebird we get a demo from 1974, an earlier session with Martin Hall (plus Anthony Phillips and Phil Collins apparently), while Peter still was part of Genesis.

You can find Firebird (Demo) in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

21 February 2024:Full Stretch - the three remaining tracks

It was again quiet in February until a few days before the February FUll Moon. We all expected another track from Full Stretch so it was a bit of a surprise to find all three remeining tracks in our collection. Full Stretch is Ambient music based on the New Blood sessions and was added on CD to a Spanish magazine in 2011.

You can find all tracks of the Full Stretch EP in your collection on Bandcamp now (look for Full Stretch, not latest additions), available to listen or for download!

 

25 January 2024: Funny Man (Demo)

The new full moon brings a nice surprise: Funny Man is a demo recorded with Martin Hall after Peter has left Genesis. This has been available on a bootleg called Before The Flood, so this is the first ever official release. It's also a slightly different mix. Whether or not we will see more demos from that session is unclear at the moment, but the moon might tell us ...

You can find Funny Man (Demo) in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

23 January 2024: Topping The Mountain (Full Stretch)

It was quiet in January - too quiet. The new moon didn't provide a new track and now, two days before the next full moon, we get a familar face, so to speak: Topping The Mountain is part of a four-part album Full Stretch that was added to a Spanish magazine in 2011 and basically consists of ambient versions of various recordings that were made as part of New Blood.

You can find Topping The Mountain in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

26 December 2023: Love Can Heal (Halfway House Mix)

There was some speculation as to what would be offered to Full Moon Club subscribers for the December full moon (27 December). Somewhat surprisingly, another alternative version of Love Can Heal, the "Halfway House Mix", hit the media libraries of Bandcamp subscribers on Boxing Day. It's another interesting addition to the genesis of the song.

You can find this alternate version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

14 December 2023: Live And Let Live (Deep Dive Video)

Just a day after the alternate versionm we get the final deep dive video for the i/o record. And this time it's the longest deep dive that they produced for any of the twelve tracks. Here, we learn that Path Of Fortune was an alternative title, he also used bits of Pukka (like for Road To Joy) and overall the song was going through an extensive evolution.

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).

 

13 December 2023: Live And Let Live (Stripped Down Version)

In time for the new moon (though apologies for not being on time were sent), an alternative version of Live And Let Live was provided. This time it's a stripped down version that barely features any instruments, but it has some different vocals and vocal ideas. Certainly yet another intersting insight into the making of i/o.

You can find this post band version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!.

 

30 November 2023: And Still (No Strings Attached)

Another extra that came quite late, this time even after the final track of the album was available. But this version of And Still is another on the list of interesting work in progress stuff, since it lacks the essential (for the final version) string section. A couple of other things also sound pretty rough at this stage.

You can find this post band version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!.

 

09 November 2023: This Is Home (Post Band Version)

This came quite late, in fact a few weeks since the new track was already out and fans wondered if there would be an alternate version or not. As expected, we get the post band versions with more prominent claps. Orchestra parts are missing and also Peters vocals are remarkably different. Once again a nice addition to the connection!

You can find this post band version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!.

 

21 October 2023: This Is Home (Deep Dive Video)

The Deep Dive for This Is Home is rather unusual. It was recorded in a short break during the North American tour, somewhere on Vancouver Island (or in that area). Peter gives some insights into the making of the track, icluding the exchange with DJ Skrillex, but his initial ideas were not the path Peter wanted to follow with this song. We hear bit and pieces of a rougher version with more dominant claps and Peter says he thinks about changing the live arrangement of the song - a hint for more shows in 2024?

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).

 

28 September 2023: Love Can Heal (Post Band Version)

At least the date is unusual. Only a few hours before the next full moon, we get an alternative version of Love Can Heal, it's the post band version, in which you can hear elements that are missing in the final mix (parts of the vocals, but especially the drums) and there is no orchestra yet. This version is about half a minute longer than the known versions.

You can find this post band version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!.

 

22 September 2023: Love Can Heal (Deep Dive Video)

Peter is currently on tour and so the Deep Dive video comes relatively late, about a week after the second mix. We learn details about the live premiere in 2016 during the Rock Paper Scissors Tour with Sting and that there were rather few steps of development. Still, there are snippets of a version with more band elements as well as a version that lacks the orchestra. Let's see which of these will end up as an alternative version.

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).

 

23 August 2023: Don't Break This Rhythm (Full Version)

This was a little surprise and it is the first non-i/o related exclusive since the full London show, which we got in March. Don't Break This Rhythm is one of his most famus b-sides (it was on the Sledgehammer single), but this full version is longer and was first released on the digital compilation Flotsam And Jetsam in 2019. Since this version has a longer ending, Peter thought it might fit since he talked about longer endings in the deep dive video for Olive Tree.

You can find this full version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

20 August 2023: Olive Tree (Band Session)

Olive Tree comes also as a band session for bandcampers. It's basically a live-in-the-studio recording with the core band, so the Orchestra is missing, but also the horns. The lyrics are nealy finished. The most interesting part is of course the lenthy finale of this version, where the band delivers a great vibe. This version is nealy two minutes longer than the final version. And of course a nice thing to make this available to his subscribers.

You can find this new version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

18 August 2023: Olive Tree (Deep Dive Video)

The deep dive video for Olive Tree reveals details about the recording and arrangement process. Peter explains why he brought Ged Lynch back in the studio and that the track is relatively new (from 2018). Unsurprisingly, he also reveals snippets from the version to be made available for the bandcamp subscribers!

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).

 

19 July 2023: So Much (Guitar Version)

So Much is pretty much based on the piano and Peter's voice. But as we could expect, Peter tried different things when recording this. Here we have a pretty nice and interesting guitar version of this track. Since Peter doesn't have a lot of track with dominant guitars anyway, we could say this is a rarity. And of course a nice thing to make this available to his subscribers.

You can find this new version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!

 

18 July 2023: So Much (Deep Dive Video)

The deep dive video for So Much reveals details about the recording and arrangement process. Unsurprisingly, he didn't try very different things, but obviously a faster version of this track exists. Peter also teases a version which features guitars rather than the piano!

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).


 

20 June 2023: Road To Joy (Post Band Version)

Together with the post band version of i/o came the post band version of Road To Joy, the current track after the June full moon. This version is another rough mix that still contains different sounds, but lacks the orchestra and gospel choir parts - and there are still no final lyrics. This practically means Peter and his band recorded this track without final lyrics!

You can find this new version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!


 

20 June 2023: i/o (Post Band Version)

This is somehow a late arrival. We were wondering when a special version of the title track will come and what that might be. Now, a month late, it finally arrives. This post band version is pretty much a rough version of the tracks. You can hear additional guitars and it has a different sections towards the end, that contains parts of the funky early version Peter introduced in his deep dive video.

You can find this new version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!


 

11 June 2023: Road To Joy (Deep Dive Video)

The deep dive video for Road To Joy reveals a few details about the makig of the track. It's based on a leftover that wasn't used for the OVO project, called Pukka. So the basis is nearly 25 years old and only "recently" (in 2019), Peter started to work on that again. Watch the video for more details.

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).


 

20 May 2023: Four Kinds Of Horses (Post Band Version)

As soon as there were the Dark Side Mix and the In Side Mix available, there was another exclusive release for Bandcamp subscribers. This time it is a still very raw post band version of the track - the orchestra is still missing and the vocals are also partly different.

You can find this new version in your collection on Bandcamp now, available to listen or for download!


 

09 May 2023: Four Kinds Of Horses (Deep Dive Video)

A few days after the release of the Bright Side Mix of the new track, Gabriel now also provides the Deep Dive Video for Four Kinds Of Horses. We learn details about the lyrics, especially what the horses are about, and he gives insights into his various attempts to find a melody. He also explains Brian Eno's work on this song and recommends the Atmos mix that will be released later.

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).

 

13 April 2023: i/o Deep Dive Video

After a slight delay, the Deep Dive video for the new song i/o was released on 13 April. In it, Peter explains the creation of the song in a little more detail and you can hear versions that might also follow later as an audio contribution. There is more information about the accompanying art for this song, which will apparently also play a role in the live shows.

You can find the video (as well as all other Deep Dive videos) on Bandcamp in the news section (app) or in the community section (desktop computers).


29 March 2023: Playing For Time (Up-tempo Time)

Peter Gabriel had already announced this version in the Deep Dive video. It is the band version of the song Playing For Time, which he then discarded. It is a good example of the variations Gabriel goes through in the studio before he finds the right way for himself. There's a long history with this particular song anyway, as he played the unfinished track live back in 2012-2014 under the title O But and later Daddy Long Legs. The up-tempo Time version is the proverbial feast for fans and is one of the highlights of the Exclusives so far.


24 March 2023: Back To Front London Show

In a little surprise, but quite understandable in the light of the preparations for the tour, a complete concert was added to the media libraries of subscribers. It is the digital soundtrack of the concert film Back To Front: Live in London, which Gabriel released in 2014 and contained recordings of the 2013 London shows. Again, the show is available for download and, in accordance with Bandcamp's usual rules, can also be downloaded in high-resolution formats. At the time of the boxset's release, it was also made available as an additional download and is now offered to Full Moon Club subscribers.


16 March 2023: The Court (Pre-Band Demo)

This bonus will come a little late, in March (while the next track is already being presented). With this contribution, Peter gives us another insight into the creation of his songs. Here, however, we have a relatively well-developed demo that was the basis for the band sessions, so there is comparatively little to discover, as Peter obviously already had a very clear idea of how the song should sound.


08 March 2023: Playing For Time (Deep-Dive Video)

The Deep Dive video for Playing For Time is, as usual, a very detailed analysis and description of the song, especially the evolution the track has taken over the last 12+ years. In addition, as always, there is information about the lyrics of the song, the instrumentation and, of course, the accompanying artwork that eventually became the cover of the single.


27 February 2023: Undercurrents

This piece is a bit of a sensation. Out of nowhere, Gabriel made available his quasi-first soundtrack contribution, which is called Undercurrents. It was effectively unavailable before, but was released last year as part of the artist Graham Dean's box set Strange Beauty after all. The fact that it is now also being made available to Full Moon Club subscribers is of course a round thing.


5 February 2023: The Court (Deep Dive Video)

To accompany the release of the second track, The Court, a deep dive video is also provided. Peter talks in detail about the making of the song, including the contribution of his daughter Melanie, and then goes into equal detail about the accompanying artwork by Tim Shaw, which you can see on the cover of the single.



1 February 2023: Panopticom

(Band Tracking Session)

The first song from the i/o promotion/release campaign also gets the first extra, in this case a band tracking version of Panopticom. In the end, it is more or less a live recording in the studio that was made during the sessions to record the final version. In this case, it is a recording from 24 September 2021 and, besides Peter, the basic band (David Rhodes, Manu Katché and Tony Levin) play on it.


9 January 2023: Starter-Set

For the start of the new Full Moon Club there is a kind of starter set. Everyone who subscribes will get this, even if it is later. You get the Earth Day version of Shock The Monkey, which was released in April 2022, as well as three Encore Series - these are the complete concerts in Paris (15.10.2013), London (03.12.2013) and Munich (30.04.2014).


Info compiled by Christian Gerhardts


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