illustrated DISCOGRAPHY in chronological order ...
including a list of various artists compilations including exclusive Sodastream tracks.

created December 23, 2004 / online since January 26, 2005
'on hold' between February 2007 and February 2019 (see below)
last updated on August 4, 2021

Please send if you have any corrections or additional information. Thank you!

On February 18, 2007 the following message was posted on the official Sodastream website:

"After 10 years, Sodastream have decided to call it a day.
A massive thankyou to all our fans, everyone that has come to our shows, and all the people who have helped us out along the way.
We will miss you.

Now (February 2019)! Fast forward to exactly 12 years later ...

In all those years this site wasn't updated at all. With a site like Discogs the 'need' for a dedicated discography like this became more or less obsolete. However, Discogs can also be a good source for information not yet known back all these years ago. On the other hand it also still misses pieces of information. So, whether another decade or so will pass or this is the last time, I don't know, but as of February 2019 this page includes quite some updated and new information ...

During the hiatus, Karl Smith was in a band called Lee Memorial, releasing an album in 2009.
On April 12, 2011 the Sodastream website had news that the time had come for Pete and Karl to start playing music together again in Lee Memorial. I am not aware of any releases coming out of that project.
Sodastream reformed in 2013, Karl Smith released a solo album the same year, and eventually a new band album was released in February 2017.

August 4, 2021: update of information on the Practical Footwear EP. Until about a year ago I only knew of the existence of one brown cardboard release but details of two other ones emerged lately.

Sodastream formed in Perth, Western Australia as a three-piece at the beginning of 1997 ("from the ashes of Perth bands Thermos Candy and Lunacy"): Karl Smith, Pete Cohen, and Adam Johnson.
They continued as a duo after Adam Johnson left the band before recording their second EP "Practical Footwear" in August 1998 (see below) and moved to Melbourne at the end of 1998.

December 1997
Aquamudvuv Music (Australia)
amv 010cd

Aquamudvuv Music (Australia)
amv 010cd


  1. New Horse
  2. Another Little Loafer
  3. Sunday Best
  4. Turnstyle
  5. International Roast
  6. Neon
  7. Pony Rides

Karl Smith (guitar, vocals); Adam Johnson (drums, percussion); Pete Cohen (bass, keyboard). Special thanks to Steve Elkins for playing Rhodes piano on New Horse. Recorded and mixed by Anthony Frisina at Rare Earth Elements, assisted by Andrew Burch and Kieren Kenderessy. Cover concept by Tammy Johnson, layout by Monica Vecchiotti. Thanks to Liz, Tara, Tammy and everyone that helped us out.

Also issued as a promotional version which comes in a plastic bag, contains a cardboard square with the bandname, title and Pete Cohen's contact details stamped on the front. It also has a blue paper attached with staples which gives information on the history of the band and the plans for 1998. There is no handsewn graphic. Just like the regular release, the back has the titles and the players printed on it, but also the label's postal address. Included is a folded copy of a bandphoto (see the first one above in the header of this page), the backside of this gives info on the release and on future plans as well as contact information of the label.

Reissued in 2001 (somewhere between January and July). Each CD cover is individually hand sewn (at least with red, brown or blue thread) and it has taken 4 years to get around to repressing another 500 copies. This limited reissue was only available through Rocket Girl Mail-order in the UK and the Candle Records website in Australia.

Please note! I am looking for details on the original 1997 release ...
Also, if you happen to know about other thread colours used for the reissue, please drop a line. Thank you.

7" vinyl single
joint release by
Chapter Music
Aquamudvuv Music
ch19 / amv012

7" vinyl single
Bad Jazz (UK)

The Sky Is Beginning To Bruise - Karl Smith solo single

  1. Your Work?
  2. Must Say More
  3. No Faith
  4. Ruins

Solo 7" vinyl single by Sodastream's Karl Smith.

Karl Smith - vocals/guitar
Alex Bak - Cello
Pete Cohen - bass
Laurie Sinagra - piano

Recorded and mixed by Laurie Sinagra
Artwork by V.C. Smith
Layout by Patrick Pittman (Bad Jazz release)

Some copies do have the label for side B on both sides ...

The third track "No Faith" was also released on the "Soundscape" 2CD by EMI for Triple R (3RRR) FM in 1999.
The first track "Your Work?" was also released on the "Double Figures" CD, celebrating Chapter Music's 10th birthday in 2002.

this is a joint release by
Sodastream Music
Aquamudvuv Music

no cat. no

November 1, 1999
Trifekta (Australia)

September 1999
Tugboat Records (Europe)

March 2000
Drive-In Records (US)

May 21, 2001
Trifekta (Australia)

Practical Footwear

  1. Unsteady
  2. West 45th
  3. Autumn Song
  4. Hope Grocery
  5. Boss
  6. Fog

CD only EP. Includes "Neon" clip.

The original 1998 release was limited to 500 copies, and comes in a brown fold-out cardboard sleeve*.
Reissues come in a regular jewelcase with blue sleeve.

* For a long time I was only aware of one brown cardboard sleeve version, the joint release by Sodastream Music and Aquamudvuv Music (AMV017).
Around the Summer of 2020 details of an almost identical 'brown' version were added to Discogs, but released by Trifekta with the same catalog number as their 'blue' version (see the left panel). I do not remember when I found out about this version, but further details or images weren't available at the time, so I wasn't sure yet what to make of it.
Then, in June 2021 another 'brown' version was added to Discogs, this time without a label or catalog number. For this version a set of images was provided. At the moment it was not clear yet whether this was something added by a store at some point or was part of the release, but the details and images showed a hand-numbered red/orange sticker on the back. Confusingly, this number was in the 500 range, so above the 500 Sodastream Music/Aquamudvuv Music copies.

The above led to a couple of questions and therefore I contacted various contributors and sellers of the (now) three 'brown' versions. This is what I have foumd out so far. Additional information and confirmation is welcome!
All versions share the same front, inside, and disc (including the small print in the matrix). The back of each release is different though, the Sodastream Music and Aquamudvuv Music joint release has label information, the catalog number plus the QuickTime and Macromedia logos. The self-released version has no information on the back at all. The Trifekta version has the label and the catalog number.
All three include the enhanced portion with the "Neon" clip but both the self-released and the Trifekta version come with a warning about a possible virus.

Although my copy doesn't have one, the Sodastream Music and Aquamudvuv Music joint release also has orange/red hand-numbered stickers. Copies with #304 and #345 are known to exist.
Of the self-released version at least copies with #528 and #547 are known. So far the Trifekta version appears to be unnumbered.

Based on this it looks like the joint release came first in an edition of 500 (hand-numbered) copies. Then an unknown number of copies were self-released continuing the hand-numbering from #501. After that Trifekta (maybe when the band signed there) released their version as HORSE003-2 (which might also explain the release date of November 1st 1999 I found somewhere a long long time ago) before reissuing the 'blue' version on May 21, 2001 that has been previously released in the UK and Europe by Tugboat Records (TUG SCD 012) in September 1999 and in the US by Drive-In Records (drive41) in March 2000.

See this special Practical Footwear EP 'brown' version page for images of all brown cardboard versions. And also see Discogs ...

7" vinyl single
joint release by
Pickled Egg Records
and Blue Soda (UK)
EGG10 / SODA01


  1. Turnstyle
  2. Evening Song
  3. Hope Grocery

This lovely limited 7" has been produced with the help of Pickled Egg Records and Blue Soda. Special thanks also to Jeepster for being patient and John Peel and his listeners for their continued support. Manufactured in the UK by Key Production and distributed by Cargo.

Tracks 1 & 2: Smith, Cohen, Johnson
Track 2: Smith, Cohen

Karl Smith: guitar, vocals
Pete Cohen: bass (tracks 1 & 2), double bass (track 3)
Adam Johnson: drums (tracks 1 & 2)
Kerry Wong: keyboard (track 2)
Dave Bower: drums (track 3)

Track 1 recorded by Anthony Frisina
Track 2 recorded by Laurie Sinagra and Matthew De La Hunty
Track 3 recorded by Jason Brown

Track 1 (p) & (c) Sodastream 1997
Track 2 (p) & (c) Sodastream 1999
Track 3 (p) & (c) Sodastream 1998

Side A (track 1) plays at 45 RPM. Side B (tracks 2 and 3) plays at 33⅓ RPM.

May 22, 2000
Trifekta (Australia)

June 26, 2000
Tugboat Records (UK)

Looks Like A Russian

  1. Able Hands
  2. Fitzroy Strongman
  3. 40 Days
  4. Done With Everything
  5. What A Lovely War
  6. Song In Uniform
  7. Excuse Boots
  8. Meals
  9. God In The Corner Store
  10. Wedding Day
  11. Send/Phone
  12. Messiah

Trifekta Records / Tugboat Records presents
A Sodastream, Laurie Sinagra and Gavin Tempany Production
Looks Like A Russian
Songs by Sodastream

additional musicians
Marty Brown
Gerard Mack
Matt Walker
Jason Brown
Pugsley B. Wateringcan

Recorded over the Australian Summer of 1999/2000 at The Dane Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

Karl Smith: acoustic guitar, piano, vocals
Pete Cohen: double bass, electric bass, backing vocals
Guest Musicians...
Marty Brown: drums
Gerard Mack: viola
Matt Walker: dobro
Jason Brown: trumpet
Pugsley B. Wateringcan: piano accordion

Matt Walker appears courtesy of W.Ming Productions

Recorded and mixed by Gavin Tempany and Laurie Sinagra
Co-produced by Sodastream, Laurie Sinagra and Gaving Tempany
Mastered by James Hewgill
Photography and design by Vivian Cooper Smith

All songs are copyright Sodastream 2000

Able Hands was written in memory of Lou-Anne Jones to whom this album is dedicated
Song In Uniform was originally written for VPRO Radio 5 De Avonden Christmas album [see below]

Trifekta (Australia)
shoe 007-2

The Hill For Company - sampler/promo

  1. Fresh One
  2. Devil On My Shoulder
  3. Heaven On Ground

September 3, 2001
Trifekta (Australia)

September 24, 2001
Tugboat Records (UK)

October 25, 2001
P-Vine (Japan)

Everlasting Records (Spain)

Rough Trade/Sanctuary (US)

Festival (New Zealand)

The Hill For Company

  1. Heaven On The Ground
  2. Lushington Hall
  3. Trouble On The Railway
  4. Fresh One
  5. Mood In The Bunker
  6. Welcome Throw
  7. A Drum
  8. Real Prince
  9. Devil On My Shoulder
  10. Another Trial
  11. Send My Love To Those Who Deserve It

The Hill For Company
music by Sodastream

Recorded February 2001.

Karl Smith: acoustic guitar, paino, e-bow, vocals
Pete Cohen: double bass, electric bass, musical saw, backing vocals

guest musicians
Marty Brown: drums
Gerard Mack: viola
Jordan Murray: trombone
Rob Calder: trumpet

Recorded and mixed by Gavin Tempany and Laurie Sinagra at Studiorama, Melbourne
Produced by Sodastream, Laurie Sinagra and Gavin Tempany
Mastered by James Hewgill

All songs by Smith/Cohen
Copyright Control 2001

Photography and design by Vivian Cooper Smith

November 2001
Acuarela (Spain)
NOIS 021

co-release with
Candle Records (Australia)

In Between Times

  1. Sister Night
  2. Record
  3. Sunday
  4. Varkhala

Karl Smith - acoustic guitar, vocals
Pete Cohen - double bass, electric bass, piano, backing vocals
Marty Brown - drums

Smith/Cohen - 1/2/3
Smith/Cohen/Johnson - 4

Copyright Control 2001

Recorded by John Castle at The Shed, Melbourne
Mixed by Gavin Tempany & Laurie Sinagra
Mastered by Gavin Tempany

Sleeve artwork taken from painting 'The Trouble Ghosts' by Jensen Tjhung
Layout by Vivian Cooper Smith

June 10, 2003
Homesleep (Italy)

Homesleep Singles Club 6

  1. Seasons On A Slope
  2. Without My Echo

Karl Smith - guitar, vocals
Pete Cohen - double bass, backing vocals
Marty Brown - drums

Recorded by Karl Smith and Pete Cohen
Mastered by Francois Tetaz at Moose Mastering

All songs copyright Smith/Cohen 2003 (Control)

Trifekta (Australia)

A Minor Revival - sampler/promo

  1. Blinky
  2. Otherwise Open
  3. Undone
  4. Chorus Line

August 4, 2003
Trifekta (Australia)

September 3, 2003
Wonderground Music (Japan)

October 10, 2003
Hausmusik (Germany)
HM 064

January 13, 2004
Microindie Records(US)

June 21, 2004
Fortuna POP! (UK & Ireland)

Logo Records (Italy)

A Minor Revival

  1. Out
  2. Blinky
  3. Brass Lines
  4. Chorus Line
  5. Horses
  6. Undone
  7. Mrs Gray
  8. Nervous
  9. Constant Ships
  10. Otherwise Open
  11. America
  12. The Women's Revue
  13. Weekend

Karl Smith - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar (tracks 1-4, 6, 7, 9-13), Electric Guitar (tracks 1, 2, 6), Piano (tracks 2, 5, 7, 8, 10), Ebow (tracks 5, 11)
Pete Cohen - Double Bass, Backing Vocals (tracks 1, 3, 4, 10, 11), Electric Bass (track 6), Keyboard (tracks 6, 11), Ebow (track 6)
Marty Brown - Drums (tracks 1-3, 5, 7-13), Percussion (tracks 1, 3, 7, 10), Keyboard (track 13)
Rob Calder - Trumpet (track 2), Flugelhorn (track 9)
J. Walker - Viola (tracks 3, 5) Slide Guitar (track 4), Keyboard (track 9), Electric Guitar (tracks 10, 12)
Silvana Del Bene - Backing Vocals (track 10)

℗+© Sodastream
Recorded, mixed and produced by Sodastream, J. Walker and Marty Brown at The Cannery, Australia
Mastered by Francois TÚtaz at Moose Mastering

All songs copyright Smith/Cohen (Control) 2003
Cover painting by Rachael Hooper
Photography and design by Vivian Cooper Smith

The Japanese CD on Wonderground Music has been released with 2 bonus tracks, previously released on the "Homesleep Singles Club 6" CD-single (see above):

  1. Seasons On A Slope
  2. Without My Echo
Includes full lyrics booklet in English/Japanese.

promotional only
Trifekta/FMR (Australia)

Constant Ships

  1. Constant Ships
  2. America
  3. Horses
  4. Constant Ships (video)
Lifted from the album 'A Minor Revival' out now on Trifekta / FMR.
All Songs copyright Smith/Cohen (Festival Music Publishing)
Constant Ships video clip created by Adrian Holmes.
Footage licensed from ABC Television. Copyright 2003.

For Promotional Use Only

June 2004
Fooltribe (Italy)

Concerto al Barchessone Vecchio 28 04 02

  1. Trouble On The Railway
  2. Done With Everything
  3. Fresh One
  4. ...
  5. Devil On My Shoulder
  6. Horses On The Ground
  7. Lushington Hall
  8. Chorus Line
  9. Fitzroy Strongman
  10. Wedding Day
  11. Send My Love To Those Who Deserve It
  12. Welcome Throw
  13. Heaven On The Ground
  14. Mood In The Bunker
  15. A Drum

Fooltribe serie concerti 02.

Karl Smith: chitarra acustica, piano e voce
Pete Cohen - contrabasso e voce

Canzoni registrate durante il concerto del 28 aprile 2002 al Barchessone Vecchio, San Martino Spino (Mo), Italia
Fonico di sala Carlo Boni
Registrato da Manuele Fusaroli e Gigi Battistini
Mixato e masterizzato da Manuele Fusaroli e Gigi Battistini

Tuttle le canzoni sono di Cohen, Smith.

Also sold during the Australian August 2004 tour ...

October 3, 2005
Trifekta (Australia)

no cat. no.

Take Me With You When You Go

  1. Cane and Rice
  2. Keith and Tina
  3. Cotton Fields
  4. Looking Back
  5. Charity Board
  6. Steeps and Hollow
  7. Let It All Turn Black

Karl Smith: guitar, piano, harmonica, ebow, harmonium, vocals
Pete Cohen: double bass, electric bass, musical saw, keyboards, harmonium, backing vocals

Marty Brown: drums on tracks 2, 3 & 5, percussion on track 4
Mal Pinkerton: cello on tracks 1 & 2
Jordan Murray: trombone on track 5
Matt Bailey: wurlitzer on track 6
Thalia Zedek: backing vocals on track 7

Recorded and mixed by Sodastream at home, at work and places in between March-July 2005
Mastered by François Tétaz at Moose Mastering
Cover photography and design by Vivian Cooper Smith
Flower pieces courtesy of the Greentree Family
All songs copyright Smith/Cohen (Festival Music Publishing) 2005

℗+© 2005 Sodastream under exclusive license to Trifekta Records
Manufactured & distributed by Shock Records

May 22, 2006
Trifekta (Australia)

October 2, 2006
Fortuna POP! (UK)

October 10, 2006
Hausmusik (US/Japan)

October 16, 2006
Homesleep Music (Italy)

October 20, 2006
Hausmusik (Germany)
(Europe ex. Italy and UK)

November 7, 2006
Hausmusik (Germany)


  1. Warm July
  2. Anti
  3. Twin Lakes
  4. Tickets To The Fight
  5. Anniversary
  6. Michelle's Cabin
  7. Firelines
  8. Reservations
  9. Don't Make A Scene
  10. Young And Able
Karl Smith: vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, harmonium, rhodes
Pete Cohen: double bass, vocals, musical saw, keyboard, rhodes, piano

Marty Brown: drums
Biddy Connor: viola
Libby Chow: french horn
Greg Walker: electric guitar
ZoŰ Randell: vocals
Oliver Mann: snare drum

Recorded and mixed by Sodastream at Soundpark, at home and other quiet places

Mastered by François Tétaz at Moose Mastering
Cover artwork and design by Vivian Cooper Smith

All songs copyright Smith/Cohen
(Mushroom Music Publishing/Copyright Control) 2006

Rogue Records
(Australia & New Zealand)

The Morning Ripples - Small Sips (w/ Karl Smith) album

  1. Abney Park
  2. Cowboys
  3. White Skies
  4. All Your Rages
  5. Stormers
  6. Sliding Door
  7. Disintegration
  8. Uprising
  9. Leaders Of Some
  10. You Were Right

Karl Smith - Vocals
Matthew Bailey - Vocals & Wurlitzer Organ
Matthew Aulich - Guitars, Bass, Piano, Keyboards, Harmonium & Melodica
Mike Noga - Drums & Percussion
Campbell Shaw - Violins
Laura MacFarlane - Vocals, Vibraphone & Glockenspiel
Nicole Hurtubise - Accordion
Amy Clarke - Saxophone

Recorded by Leah Baker and Small Sips at the ABC Studios at South Bank and at Karl's place
Mixed by J Walker and Small Sips
Mastered by Francois TÚtaz at Moose Mastering

Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 & 10 written by Smith/Aulich
Track 3 written by Aulich
Track 8 wirtten by Mailey/Aulich
All titles published by Mushroom Music

Cover photo by Anna Priedkalns
Graphic Design by Vivian Cooper Smith

℗ 2006 Small Sips. © 2006 Rogue Records under exclusive license from Small Sips. Manufactured and distributed in Australia and New Zealand by Inertia Distribution Pty Ltd. Made in Australia.

March 28, 2009
Dot Dash (Australia)

The Lives Of Lee Memorial - Lee Memorial (w/ Karl Smith) album

  1. All These Things
  2. Mayflower
  3. Drifting
  4. Shoulders And Floors
  5. Berlin
  6. Baby Doll
  7. Private Joseph Skelling
  8. Long Days In Bed
  9. Listen To Yourself
  10. Boxing
  11. 7 Minute Planes

Karl Smith: vocals, guitar, keyboards, piano
Tom Lyngcoln: guitar
Matt Bailey: bass, Hammond organ
Laura MacFarlane: vocals, drums

Madeleine Spawton: clarinet, cello
Jordan Murray: trombone
Paul Williamson: trumpet
Hootan Heydari: guitars on Berlin and Listen To Yourself
Vivian Cooper Smith: photography, graphic design

Lyrics by Karl Smith
Music by Lee Memorial
Recorded by Brent Punshon
Produced by Karl Smith and Lee Memorial
Mixed by Laurie Sinagra
Mastered by Adam Dempsey

iTunes download
October 10, 2013

October 24, 2013
Fortuna Pop! (UK & Europe)
ltd. ed. 500 copies
with free MP3 download

CD (digipak)
December 8, 2013

Bandcamp download
Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, WAV, and AIFF
December 8, 2013
Self-released (worldwide)

Kites - Karl Smith solo album

  1. After Mr Morrison
  2. Little Lucy
  3. I Want You
  4. Glass Eye
  5. Hang Our Bodies
  6. Crotchets
  7. Slow Short Story
  8. I Know Julia
  9. Voices
  10. Everything

Trombone: Jordan Murray
Trumpet: Paul Williamson
Cello: Melanie Robinson
Violin: Naomi Evans
Vocals on Slow Short Story & Glass Eye: Jess Cornelius
Vocals, guitars, piano, keyboard & everything else: Karl Smith

Written, recorded and mixed by Karl Smith at Studio One & Eight from July 2011 to February 2012.
Mastered by Greg Calbu at Sterling Sound, NYC.
Copyright Karl Smith (Mushroom Music Publishing) 2013
Photography and design by Vivian Cooper Smith
Management: Pete Carroll and Tony Quinn at Like What Management.

℗&© 2013 Karl Smith. Marketed by littleBIGMANrecords. Distributed by MGM. Made in Australia.

Bandcamp download
Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, WAV, and AIFF
October 10, 2016
Self-released (worldwide)

Three Sins

  1. Three Sins

The first single from the forthcoming Sodastream album "Little by Little".

February 13, 2017
Sodastream Music
(Australia & New Zealand)

February 13, 2017
Sodastream Music
(Australia & New Zealand)
ltd. ed. 500 copies

Bandcamp download
Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, WAV, and AIFF
February 13, 2017
Self-released (worldwide)

Little By Little

  1. Colouring Iris
  2. Habits
  3. Three Sins
  4. Letting Go
  5. Grey Waves
  6. Moving
  7. Walking Bones
  8. Tyre Iron
  9. On The Stage
  10. Saturday's Ash

Recorded and produced by Marty Brown and Sodastream at Standalone Studios, Melbourne

Karl Smith: vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, keyboards, harmonica
Pete Cohen: vocals, double bass, electric bass, musical saw
Marty Brown: drums, percussion, piano
Greg J. Walker: guitar, keyboards
Tom Lyngcoln: electric guitar
Jenny M Thomas: viola, violin
Paul Williamson: trumpet
Ben Gillespie: trombone
Kelly Lane: violin

Artwork by Vivian Cooper Smith
Thank you to Eli, Veronica, Isla, Michelle and Esther

℗ 2017 Sodastream Music
© 2017 Sodastream Music (Mushroom Music Publishing)

WAM (Australia)
no cat. no.

Kiss My Wami 98

  • Waiting Gift

    Later also released on the 2002 Swedish CD "Hit Music Only" (see below).

  • CD-R
    December 1999
    VPRO (The Netherlands)
    no cat. no.

    De Avonden Xmas 1999

  • Song In Uniform [early version]

    "This compilation of Christmas-songs is a gift-only CD. Fifty are made of them. It is, and will not be reproduced by any means to be sold for commercial purposes. It is a present to all the artists participating in this project and all the contributors to our VPRO radioshow, 'De Avonden'. Apart from celebrating, in various ways, the Christmas event itself, it serves as a remembrance of the fruitfull collaboration between the artists and the program in past and present years. We would like to express our deeply gratitude to all the artists providing us with their impressive contributions to this project. And we hope to meet in the nearbye future. Best wishes and a happy 2000.

    On behalf of VPRO's Radio 5 'De Avonden', Berry Kamer, Maurice Woestenburg and Jan Hiddink."

    A selection of tracks from this CD-R (without Sodastream!) has been broadcast on December 23, 1999 by VPRO Radio 5 'De Avonden'.

  • CD
    April 2000
    See-Through Records (Italy)
    plahn 01

    But Solid

  • She's Angry

  • CD
    March 2001
    Library Records (Australia)

    Pacific Highway

  • West 45th (recorded live in session for "Pacific Highway", 3RRR, Melbourne, Australia)

    3RRR FM is an independent, listener supported, community radio station based in Melbourne, Australia. All songs on this CD were recorded live in the 3rrr studios and broadcast live to air on Nathalie Fernbach's show, Pacific Highway.

  • CD
    Spring 2001
    Comes With A Smile (UK)

    Pretty Together - Comes with a Smile Vol. 3

  • Trouble On The Railway (recorded live in session for "De Avonden", VPRO Radio 5, The Netherlands)

    Various artists compilation CD that came with "Comes With A Smile" magazine issue #7.

  • 2CD
    ABC Music (Australia)

    Triple J Live And Unleashed - australian live music

  • Fresh One (recorded live in session for "The Australian Music Show", Triple J, Australia, June 26, 2000)

    Various artists compilation double CD featuring live Australian music recorded in session for Triple J during 2000 and 2001.

  • 2CD
    late 2001
    Acuarela (Spain)
    NOIS 1022

    Acuarela Songs

  • Colouring Iris

    "The idea is for the word "acuarela" (or its English and French equivalents, "watercolor / watercolour" and "aquarelle") to be included somewhere in the title, the spirit or the lyrics of the songs. Kind of like a homage, explicitly or implicitly to our label, which has been going on for 7 years now. Sometimes the concept went out of hand, while we were clapping, drawn in shadow."

  • CD
    early 2002
    Homesleep Records (Italy)
    rec 2008

    Homesleephome 2

  • Pale Blue Eyes (Velvet Underground cover)

    "Homesleephome Cover Album" - "Homesleephome 2 Cover Songs".

    (p) & (c) homesleep 2001

  • CD
    May 2002
    Heavenly Pop Hits (Sweden)

    Hit Music Only
    A Heavenly Pop Hits compilation

  • Waiting Gift

    Limited edition CD of 500 copies.

    "Karl Smith and Pete Cohen have enjoyed great critical acclaim for their past releases including two fullength albums (Looks Like A Russian and The Hill For Company), two minialbums and some singles and EP's. The song included here, Waiting Gift, dates back to the band's early days and was originally included on a regionally released compilation from 1997 in their howntown of Fitzroy, Australia."

  • CD
    November 11, 2003
    Tract Records (US)

    Eye Of The Beholder Vol. 3

  • Bring Him Down

  • 2CD
    August 2004
    Tract Records (US)

    January 31, 2006
    Tract Records (US)

    Various Artists - I Am A Cold Rock. I Am Dull Grass
    A Tribute To The Music Of Will Oldham

  • Southside Of The World (Will Oldham cover)

    Originally released as a 15-track single disc and a limited edition of 500 copies 30-track double CD. On January 31, 2006 rereleased as a single 18-track CD with 6 new contributions (and thus 3 omissions) compared to the original single disc. Sodastream's performance is on both versions.

  • 33 rpm 7" vinyl EP
    Summer/Autumn 2005
    Tragadiscos (Spain)
    Traga #001

    Various Artists - ─ PoP

  • Firelines

    Limited edition of 250 handnumbered copies, of which only 190 will be sold!
    The remaining copies have been mailed out to the participating artists.
    Go to the Tragadiscos website to purchase a copy of this single ...

  • CD

    CD with book
    October 27, 2006
    Hausmusik (Germany)

    2LP with book
    October 27, 2006
    Hausmusik (Germany)

    Various Artists - You Can't Always Listen To Hausmusik - But...

  • Something That We All Find (w/ Ms. John Soda)

    Hausmusik 15th anniversary release for which 14 writers (including Thomas Palzer, Franz Dobler, Katja Huber, Harald, Staun, Didi Neidhart, Julian Weber, Sebastian Dietrich, Rev. Christian Dabeler, Almut Klotz, Roderich Fabian, Nora Scholz, Annemone Fesl and Martin Steinm ller) split into pairs to produce seven stories, each beginning with "Man kann nicht immer nur - h÷ren," which translates to, "You can't always listen to..." Several additional contributors (Martin Dessecker, Doris Lasch, Ursula Ponn, Nadine Spengler, Martin Tom Dieck, Atak, CX Huth, Dominik Binegger, Melissa Gates, Helge Reumann, Xavier Robel, Marion Gerth and Silke Heinrich) produced comic book art, and also lent a hand in the creation of the tales.

    The musicians, like the writers, worked in twos, with one artist beginning a song and another finalizing it. Pairs include Calexico and the Notwist, Console and Loopspool, Sodastream and Ms. John Soda, Couch and Squares on Both Sides, and more.

    Also released in the UK (November 16, 2006), and in the US (December 5, 2006).

    All songs were available for sale (99 euro cents per track) in high quality MP3-format (320 kbps) at the Hausmusik download shop [link now dead].

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