A brand new, never before issued 7” EP celebrating the recent 50th anniversary of The Kinks. The EP features material originally released in 1968. It includes the Til Death Do Us Part film theme; “Do You Remember Walter?” and “People Take Pictures Of Each Other” from The Village Green Preservation Society and “This Is Where I Belong” which was originally recorded for 1965’s Face To Face, but not used. It was later released as the B-Side to “Mister Pleasant” in 1967.

Track List
Side A "Till Death Do US Part"/"People Take Pictures Of Each Other"
Side B "This Is Where I Belong"/"Do You Remember Walter?"

A brand new, never before issued 7” EP celebrating the recent 50th anniversary of The Kinks. The EP features material originally released in 1968. It includes the Til Death Do Us Part film theme; “Do You Remember Walter?” and “People Take Pictures Of Each Other” from The Village Green Preservation Society and “This Is Where I Belong” which was originally recorded for 1965’s Face To Face, but not used. It was later released as the B-Side to “Mister Pleasant” in 1967.

Track List
Side A "Till Death Do US Part"/"People Take Pictures Of Each Other"
Side B "This Is Where I Belong"/"Do You Remember Walter?"

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Til Death Do Us Part
Artist: The Kinks
Format: 7" Vinyl
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A brand new, never before issued 7” EP celebrating the recent 50th anniversary of The Kinks. The EP features material originally released in 1968. It includes the Til Death Do Us Part film theme; “Do You Remember Walter?” and “People Take Pictures Of Each Other” from The Village Green Preservation Society and “This Is Where I Belong” which was originally recorded for 1965’s Face To Face, but not used. It was later released as the B-Side to “Mister Pleasant” in 1967.

Track List
Side A "Till Death Do US Part"/"People Take Pictures Of Each Other"
Side B "This Is Where I Belong"/"Do You Remember Walter?"