30 June 2011

27 June 2011

25 June 2011

BUFFALO TOM Birdbrain 12 inch 1990

Here was another nice record I received in the mail from back in my college radio days. Birdbrain was a 12 inch promo record with 2 acoustic tracks and the title track, released by Situation Two in the UK.

Side A: Birdbrain
Side B: Reason Why (acoustic)
Heaven (acoustic)

And for those who get titillated at the mention of Dinosaur Jr., this release was produced by J Mascis. Enjoy.

21 June 2011


Speeed King


You're Not My Babylon

Thanks to Martin

Speeed King 7 inch
A Speeed King
B Jobs For The Boys

You're Not My Babylon
A You're Not My Babylon
B Who's The Daddy Now?



LOVE AND A .45 Soundtrack 1994

REGULAR FRIES Free the Regular Fries 1998

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UFO OR DIE Shock Shoppers 1994

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17 June 2011

SISSY BAR Statutory Grape 1996

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1 Wily
2 Sno-Cave
3 Bald Man Be Free
4 Trailer Song
5 Magic Bunny
6 Why? (The Bowling Ball Song)
7 Gin And Juice
8 Sad II Say
9 Punk Fries
10 The Bellman
11 Pear Shaped Girl
12 Do It!!!
13 Drunk With Love
14 Jackie
15 Kra-Z Weed
16 Driftwood Collection
17 (Our Pet Is...) Happy Pet

HURL A Place Called Today 1996

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Pittsburgh natives Hurl started out as a trio back in the summer of 1991. Guitarist/singer Matt Daly was the leader of the band, which also included guitarist/bassist Matt Jenick (also a member of the band Don Caballero) and drummer Dave Brunger. Their sound was high-energy, guitar-driven alternative/punk, and was expressed through a series of singles. Soon after, another guitarist (Dan Wilson) was added to make their sound even denser. The more conventional drum stylings of Noah Leger (who has also played with the Speaking Canaries) replaced Hurl's percussionist, solidifying the present-day Hurl lineup. Leger's presence signaled a much more powerful, upfront sound, as evidenced on their debut for Third Gear, A Place Called Today. The album was a delight for fans of tough (and sometimes dreamy) alt-rock and was produced by Shellac member Bob Weston. Hurl embarked on a club tour soon after the album's release. We Are Quiet followed in 1998, and Not a Memory appeared in 1999. 


Four Feet To Infinity 3:40
One Man, Buck 2:57
Motorola! 3:42
No. 11 3:55
Effie 5:31
(The Advantages Of) Temporary Baldness 3:31
Faceman 3:53
Madison Earful 4:16
Radishes 4:17
Slow Learner 6:51

15 June 2011

HOLIDAY Ready, Steady, Go 1996

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SUGAR SHACK Five Weeks Ahead of My Time 1997

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Pursuing garage rock with the attack of a punk band, Sugar Shack first appeared in 1992 with their independently released Charmer. The Houston-based band prides itself on being part of the trash rock circuit that thrives in the South, releasing three albums since their debut and touring extensively. The band is made up of singer Mark Lockridge, guitarists Andy Wright and Kyle Otis, bassist Johnny Gibson, and drummer Stefanie Paige Friedman.


1 I Can't Satisfy
2 Blabbermouth
3 Chip
4 Thee Crusaders
5 Get Her Back
6 I'm Glad / Your Sad
7 Da Kook
8 Be A Man
9 Five Weeks Ahead Of My Time
10 In The Chump Zone
11 Go! Space City
12 I'm Outta Here
13 All Night Stand
14 She's My Crutch




By request


1 She Won't Get Under Me Till I Get Over You 3:15
2 Bleeder 4:32
3 Kick Between The Knees 4:16
4 Miss Teen U.S.A. 3:45
5 Four Letter Name For Lame 4:05
6 Waltzing 5:13
7 Goddamn 3:52
8 Present At Your Party 2:54
9 Bitch Can't Sing 2:37
10 Bad About The Fact 4:26
11 Letter From You 3:18
12 You Love Sleepin' 5:17

SUPER DELUXE Via Satellite 1997

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The Seattle-based Super Deluxe is a post-grunge power-pop band that followed in the footsteps of the Posies. The group signed to Warner in 1994, releasing their debut album Famous in the fall of 1995. It received generally positive reviews but few sales. Super Deluxe released their second album, Via Satellite, in the summer of 1997.


1 Your Pleasure's Mine 3:40
2 Lost In Your Failures 2:19
3 Farrah Fawcett 3:48
4 Love Liquid Wraparound 4:36
5 Alright 3:16
6 Common Place 4:49
7 Divine 3:01
8 What's Up With Me 3:19
9 One In A Million 3:34
10 New Variations 2:37
11 Half Asleep 2:44
12 I Can See 2:45
13 Suicide Doll 3:34
14 Years Ago 6:56

STARBILLY Master Vibrator 1994

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After Louisville, KY's Big Wheel broke up in 1993, frontman Peter Searcy and drummer Tom Tompkins formed a new project called Starbilly. Searcy had begun his career as lead singer of the seminal American underground band Squirrel Bait, and had cooled off much of his punk angst in the better-produced, more collegiate Big Wheel, whose music meshed well with the adult alternative rock format (à la Searcy's main vocal influence, Paul Westerberg). Starbilly continued in much the same vein as Big Wheel, albeit with more of a post-grunge flavor and a fuller sound thanks to the inclusion of two guitarists. Starbilly released an EP, With Loving Care, that featured two unreleased Big Wheel recordings; it was followed by the group's only full-length album, Master Vibrator, issued in 1995 by Buzz Records. Having gone virtually unnoticed by larger labels, Starbilly disbanded in 1996. Searcy moved to Atlanta and eventually began a solo career, which kicked off with 2000's Could You Please and Thank You


1 Heather
2 Baby Pool
3 Unmistakable Tick
4 Show Pony
5 Ducks
6 Career Day
7 Our Aileen
8 Diane

SUPERSUCKERS On the Couch 1994

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