About “Deep Freeze”
“Deep Freeze” is a hidden song by The Verve from their album Urban Hymns.
Features soft, gentle chords and a crying baby. The name is revealed on the Japanese version. On later MP3 download copies of this album, “Come On” is trimmed of all silence and “Deep Freeze” is offered as a separate track.
About Urban Hymns
Urban Hymns is the third studio album by English rock band The Verve, released in 1997. It’s a landmark record that defines the Britpop era and is considered one of the greatest albums of the 1990s.
The album features the iconic hit “Bitter Sweet Symphony,” known for its sweeping orchestral arrangement and poignant lyrics. Other notable tracks include “The Drugs Don’t Work” and “Lucky Man,” which showcase Richard Ashcroft’s soulful vocals and the band’s melodic rock sound.
Urban Hymns was a commercial and critical success, earning The Verve widespread acclaim and recognition. Its timeless songs continue to resonate with audiences, making it an enduring classic in the world of British rock music.
How to find “Deep Freeze”
On CD: Begins at 13:04 of track #13 (“Come On”)
Listen to “Deep Freeze”
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