Ant has released a lot of songs that we'll probably never see as "Tracks of the Week." He's made a lot of solo albums, and a lot of those have large numbers of tracks on them, many of which are quite short.
I just wanted to comment on a few of those "small" songs that are buried in the middle of long track listings, but which have really stood out for me.
"Bubble and Squeak" (PP&P VII: Slow Waves, Soft Stars / Archive Collection II) - As I mentioned in another thread, this catchy 1-minute number was the only thing I really liked from PP&P VII when I listened to it for the first time. (For years afterwards, the availability of a basically identical version on ARCHIVE COLLECTION II was enough to convince me not to bother checking out PP&P VII again.)
"Siesta" (Archive Collection II) - For me this has a quality that's hard to describe -- oddly familiar and a bit haunting. It doesn't really sound like an Ant piece to me, but it seems to remind me of some long-forgotten, non-rock piece I might have heard as a kid.
"Tuscan Wedding" (PP&P XI: City of Dreams) - This is longer than the other ones but still just one of 31 short pieces on its disc. When I listened to the album for what must have been at least the 5th time, this one stopped me in my tracks and made my jaw drop. It doesn't make me a picture a wedding, and it's hard to say what it does make me picture; but I found it stunningly haunting and timeless.
Does anyone else have any "small" songs by Ant that have stood out for them?