I wouldn't include ACoS on IaW at all. That album is way too perfect for such a long song. LTL would be minimized in comparison to it, also.Agreed.
I don't think there's a good place for Eve on Awake, either. A mellow instrumental after a rocking duo of openers would be a momentum killer and if it was between IF and Erotomania, there'd be 2 instrumentals in a row. There's also a problem with the mellow songs (well, Scarred starts out in a pretty mellow way) towards the end of the album and if Eve was stuck there, it could make the atmosphere too samey.
Totally disagree about ACOS. Despite the changes made to the song over the years, stylistically, it fits in perfectly with I&W, and it doesn't diminish the songs already on the record in anyway; rather it adds to them and the greatness of the album over all. Furthermore, LTL leads very nicely into the '95 version of ACOS, and I think it would have been very cool if the acoustic outro of ACOS ended with the first few notes of PMU, thus creating and 8VM-esque musical loop.
I am starting to agree about Eve and Awake, though. Considering that Kev wrote the song during the I&W period, I suppose it would have been a better fit on that album rather then Awake. In that case, I would include it with TLF and DLPM on side B between Metropolis and UAGM.
I also have an IAW track list that includes "Eve" that is slightly different than the one I posted above:
LP 1 - 52:31
LP 2 - 44:14
Total - 96:45
Side 1 - 26:06
1. Pull Me Under (8:11)
2. Another Day (4:23)
3. Eve (5:11)
4. Take The Time (8:21)
Side 2 - 26:25
5. Metropolis Part 1 (9:32)
5. Surrounded (5:30)
6. To Live Forever (4:58)
8. Don't Look Past Me (6:25)
Side 3 - 21:06
9. Under A Glass Moon (7:03)
10. Wait For Sleep (2:32)
11. Learning To Live (11:31)
Side 4 - 23:08
12. A Change Of Seasons (23:08)
Like you, I kept the 2nd LP the same, keeping UAGM/WFS/LTL as it was for Side 3, and ACOS at the very end for Side 4.
For the first LP, however, I did it a bit differently. As a mirror to LTL fading out on Side 3, I put TTT and DLPM to end Sides 1 and 2 respectively, as both songs fade-out. This left a space open on Side 1 between the 1-2 punch of PMU and AD and the closing song of TTT: the gap was inevitably filled by "Eve" as a good breather between AD and TTT.
That left Side 2 with "Metropolis" opening it, and filling in the middle with "Surrounded" and "To Live Forever" (which, for this case, I used the '94 version since it's got a more definite ending).