25 September 2022

BELTBUCKLE Beltbuckle 7 inch 1993

 


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Belt Buckle Review

by Jason Ankeny

Talk about odd couples: Bringing together lo-fi paragon Lou Barlow and chamber pop maestro Eric Matthews, the one-off Belt Buckle definitely skews closer to Barlow's end of the musical spectrum, specializing in noisy, lurching pop melodies (albeit with a '60s folk-pop influence that seems to denote Matthews' input in the project). Of the four songs that make up the single, the two side-enders -- "Pocket Skylab Love" and "Girl Who Reads" -- are brief, abrasive throwaways firmly in the early Sebadoh mode; much better are "Judas Suicide" and "Mary Hair," which belie the stark simplicity of their four-track origins with moody, spacious arrangements and surprisingly complex vocal harmonies. It's not going at the top of either Barlow's or Matthews' resumé, but fans of both will want to track it down anyway.

 


Tracklist

A1
Judas Suicide
A2
Pocket Skylab Love
B1
Mary Hair
B2
Girl Who Reads

DONFISHER Setting New Standards In Apathy 7 inch 1996

 


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Donfisher Biography

by Mike DaRonco

Featuring ex-members of Chopper and Gan, Donfisher had the chance to play uppity, hyper pop-punk to the U.K.-area of Leeds for a brief period in 1996. With their sound that was often compared to Doc Hopper, Sinkhole, Leatherface, and Sludgeworth, Donfisher released their first and only EP, Setting New Standards in Apathy, on Crackle Records in 1996.



Tracklist

A1
Obvious
A2
This Time
AA1
Can't Tell
AA2
Dodge

BIG DRAG Big Drag 1995

 



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Rock band from San Antonio, Texas, formed in 1991. The band broke up in 1997, but reunited to play at San Antonio’s Maverick Music Festival in 2015.


Tracklist

1
Gotta Let Me Go
2
Just Might Break It
3
Uneven
4
Tallahassee Lassie
5
Falling
6
You & Me
7
Nobody's Wrong
8
Big Drop
9
It's OK
10
Love & Flowers
11
Cut Your Throat
12
Runaround

CHROME DADDY DISCO The Sonic Sound Of 1996

 



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Rockabilly revival/psychobilly band from Richmond, Virginia. The band was started in 1989.


Tracklist

1
Square Root
2
Botton Of The Barrell
3
Patrol
4
Rhythm To Ride
5
Thunder Road
6
Palace
7
Hitch
8
Dangle
9
Fugitive
10
Bloody Valentine
11
Bring Me Your Love

HAPPYDEADMEN Classics: A Decade In Pop 1999

 


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Happydeadmen Biography

by Mike DaRonco

Happydeadmen were one of the first Swedish acts to have been given credit for inspiring the '90s explosion of pop acts. With the thank-you list that includes the Cardigans and Popsicle, Happydeadmen's melody of charming indie glee debuted in 1988. With their first full-length, Eleven Pop Songs (1990), and Game, Set, Match (1993) independently released, Happydeadmen would spend a part of 1995 touring Japan before their follow-up album, Bullfights Every Sunday, came out two years later. After settling down the lineup in 1997 with Jan Hedin (vocals/guitar), Magnus Karlsson (guitar), Roger Kjellgren (bass), and Thomas Kristoffersson (drums), SummerSound Recordings eventually compiled a Happydeadmen best-of album to celebrate their ten-year existence. The fittingly titled Happydeadmen Classics: A Decade in Pop was released in January of 1999.


Tracklist

1
Silent Sigh City4:24
2
Ralph De Bricassart2:56
3
Heaven No!2:59
4
Out Of The Blue4:11
5
We Swim2:38
6
A Lovesong2:52
7
Science Fiction4:17
8
Spectacular Way4:01
9
Saints' Everlasting Rest1:42
10
Whatever Happens3:57
11
The Age Of Chivalry2:52
12
Postcard From Madrid4:04
13
The Seas Are Sailed4:12
14
Is This All?3:01

24 September 2022

THE SOUND OF YOUNG SWEDEN Various Artists 1999

 


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Compilation of Swedish indie rock/pop bands on the Summersound Recordings label


Tracklist


  1. Leslies - The Girl At Collins Ave.
  2. Edson - Sunday, Lovely Sunday
  3. The Concretes - Vacation
  4. Shermans - Dumbhead
  5. Happydeadmen - A Million Places Like Home
  6. Acid House Kings - Find Out For Yourself
  7. The Concretes - The Jeremiad
  8. Club 8 - I'm Lost Without You
  9. Edson - I Didn't Mean To Be Mean
10. Shermans - Little Sister
11. Happydeadmen - Useless
12. Acid House Kings - Forgive And Forget
13. Leslies - Lalala
14. Club 8 - Missing You (Remix)

BLUR Bang EP 1991

 


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Blur Biography

by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Initially, Blur were one of the multitude of British bands that appeared in the wake of the Stone Roses, mining the same swirling, pseudo-psychedelic guitar pop, only with louder guitars. Following an image makeover in the mid-'90s, the group emerged as the most popular band in the U.K., establishing itself as heir to the English guitar pop tradition of the Kinks, the Small Faces, the Who, the Jam, Madness, and the Smiths. In the process, the group broke down the doors for a new generation of guitar bands that became labeled as Brit-pop. With Damon Albarn's wry lyrics and the group's mastery of British pop tradition, Blur were the leader of Brit-pop, but they quickly became confined by the movement; since they were its biggest band, they nearly died when the movement itself died. Through some reinvention, Blur reclaimed their position as an art pop band in the late '90s by incorporating indie rock and lo-fi influences, which finally gave them their elusive American success in 1997. But the band's legacy remained in Britain, where they helped revitalize guitar pop by skillfully updating the country's pop traditions.

 
Tracklist

1. Bang
2. Explain
3. Luminous
4. Berserk


THE CHURCH Hologram of Baal 1998

 


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The Church Biography

by Mark Deming

One of the most successful and enduring Australian bands of the post-punk era, the Church began their career with music that paid explicit homage to psychedelia and 1960s folk-rock, and with the passage of time they refined their own unique sound, fusing pop, art rock, progressive rock, and other flavors. The Church were formed in Sydney, Australia in 1980 by Steve Kilbey (bass, vocals), Peter Koppes (guitar), and Nick Ward (drums). Kilbey, a former member of the Tactics, had previously played with Koppes in a glam rock band called Precious Little in the mid-'70s, but both were eager to do something different when they teamed up with Ward. Originally calling themselves Limosine, they solidified their approach while recording demos in Kilbey's home studio, and when guitarist Marty Willson-Piper joined the lineup, their signature style began to fall into place. Adopting the name the Church, they began earning a reputation on Sydney's club circuit, and by the end of 1980 they had scored a record deal with EMI's reactivated Parlophone label. The band's 1981 debut album, Of Skins and Heart, became a commercial success in Australia after the single "The Unguarded Moment" hit the pop charts. Around the time of the album's release, the Church parted ways with drummer Ward, and Richard Ploog became their new percussionist. The band promptly went into the studio with Ploog to cut an EP, Too Fast for You, and material from the EP and Of Skins and Heart was compiled into an album simply called The Church that was released in the U.K. and the United States.

 
Tracklist

  1. Anaesthesia
  2. Richochet
  3. Louisiana
  4. The Great Machine
  5. No Certainty Attached
  6. Tranquility
  7. Buffalo
  8. This Is It
  9. Another Earth
10. Glow-Worm

22 September 2022

LINUS Yougli 1994

 


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Linus Biography

by AllMusic

Linus consist of two American sisters, Jennifer (bass, guitar, vocals) and Tammy Denitto (vocals), now based in the UK, who formed the band in 1989 in London along with Peter (drums) and Andy Roberts (guitar). In 1992, their performances began to attract attention and their debut EP, issued on Bone Records, aroused further interest. Their music, ranging from wiry, cutting pop to restrained, reflective laments, was more forcefully promoted the following year. The single, ‘Super Golgotha Crucifixion Scene’, and album, Yougli, won them new fans. The single was BBC Radio One’s Evening Session’s Single Of The Week. Its title was typical of their intriguing but often obscure lyrics. Steve Hughes was brought in on drums before a UK tour to promote the album. In 1995 two EPs were released by Elemental Records, Supercool and Better Genes.


Tracklist

1
Riding With Rich And Darryl
2
Choose Your Own Adventure
3
Rumor Volat
4
Peeping Tam
5
Zap Gun
6
Queen Be
7
Sizafitz
8
Adolesce
9
Super Golgotha Crucifixion Scene
10
You're Corroded
11
The Bearded Tomato
12
Fume
13
Maybe Tonight
14
Slight
15
Lullah Bye Bye
16
Yougli

THE LISTENING POOL Still Life 1996

 

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(This version has 4 extra tracks but can't find this particular version on Discogs).

Still Life Review

by Michael Sutton

The Listening Pool's Still Life is essentially Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark stripped of its later synth pop excesses. Featuring three members of O.M.D., Paul Humphreys (vocals), Martin Cooper (keyboards), and Malcolm Holmes (drums), the Listening Pool's jazzy, laid-back grooves on Still Life have more in common with the lush, romantic pop of China Crisis, the Blue Nile, and Roxy Music. Except for "Oil for the Lamps of China," many of the songs on Still Life will not remind listeners of O.M.D. While keyboards are still used, they're more subtle; instead of powering the tracks, they provide atmosphere or add sunny hooks underneath the wealth of acoustic guitars. The songs are magnificent, refreshingly moving beyond O.M.D.'s limited canvas. The soulful "Promised the World" is driven by funky guitar riffs, while the radiant "Blue Africa" is imbued with reggae. Even when he's experimenting with new stylistic territory, Humphreys hasn't forgotten to write catchy, memorable tunes. The uplifting, mercilessly addictive title track has a chorus which accurately describes the effect the Listening Pool's songs will have on listeners: "Anywhere you are/Driving in your car/You go through my head." Consider that a warning -- and a recommendation. 

 

Tracklist

1. Meant To Be
2. Oil For The Lamps of China
3. Follow Where You Go
4. Breathless
5. Somebody Somewhere
6. Photograph of You
7. Promised The World
8. Blue Africa
9. Still Life
10. Where Do We Go From Here
11. Wild Strawberries
12. Hand Me That Universe
13. Oil For The Lamps of China
14. Meant To Be (Extended Version)
15. Oil For The Lamps of China (Instrumental)
16. Meant To Be (Instrumental)

 

17 September 2022

BENT LUCY Clowns 1994

 


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Matthew Ruffino from Mog Stunt Team sings on this record.

 


Tracklist

1
Fortune Cookie6:45
2
Neptune's Ocean6:14
3
Thoughts0:34
4
This Is The Day10:23
5
Hanta Ho4:50
6.1
Everlasting Short Lived2:43
6.2
(silence)0:37
6.3
Grandfather Said7:22
6.4
Home Sick For A Place I Had Never Been9:29

14 September 2022

MOG STUNT TEAM 555 1996


 

 

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Noise rock from Detroit, Michigan U.S.A.

 

Tracklist

1
Boredoms Vs. Sabbath2:20
2
2 Motherfuckers3:38
3
Yep2:44
4
Capt. Lee1:41
5
UFO's Calling3:02
6
Bug2:12
7
Policy Of Truth
3:49
8
Curse4:55
9
Iron Fist
2:56
10a
Surveillance Riot28:33
10b
John And Mary4:39


THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Lester Square 1993


 

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Ottoman Empire Biography

by Stewart Mason

The short-lived Atlanta septet the Ottoman Empire were a sort of Georgia indie supergroup starring guitarist Bob Elsey (formerly of local legends Swimming Pool Q's), bassist Rob Gal (formerly of the jangle pop ironists the Coolies and musical partner of former Swimming Pool Q's singer Anne Richmond Boston), guitarist Mark Harper (ex-Bogues), his brother Clay Harper (later of Jack Logan and Liquor Cabinet) on vocals, and Walter Brewer (formerly of both Southern freak-out specialists Colonel Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit and the tragedy-touched jazz-pop combo the Jody Grind) on drums, along with violinist Danny Pearl and accordion player Dick Tamber. Formed in 1993, the Ottoman Empire released their first album, Lester Square (not, one would assume, named after the Monochrome Set's pseudonymous guitarist), later that year on the estimable DB Records. Although the Ottoman Empire's mix of jangle pop, alt-country, and subtle art rock textures (think Electric Light Orchestra, not Emerson Lake and Palmer) was enthusiastically reviewed, sales were minimal and after a follow-up, 1995's Ottoman Gold, the group splintered. Gal joined the punk-poppy 6X, while Mark and Clay Harper released a fanciful and witty children's record, Not Dogs...Too Simple (A Tale of Two Kitties) with participation by Ian Dury, Maureen Tucker, and others. Elsey joined a re-formed Swimming Pool Q's in the late '90s. 



Tracklist

  1. Do You Know What You Like?
  2. This Is It
  3. Hollywood
  4. Ol Duke
  5. Train
  6. Torremolinos
  7. Waiting For You
  8. Forever
  9. Elizabeth
10. Drop In The Bucket
11. El Vacance
12. Flower Shop
13. Change
14. That's Amore

SUPER JUNKY MONKEY Cabbage 1994

 


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Super Junky Monkey Biography

by Bradley Torreano

Formed in Japan in 1991, Super Junky Monkey was never as popular in their homeland as they were in the United States, where they focused most of their publicity and touring. Featuring the charismatic Mutsumi Takahashi on vocals, Keiko on guitar, Shinobu Kawai on bass, and the creatively named Matsudaaahh!! on drums, the band floated around the Japanese underground making a unique blend of metal, rap, and indie rock until they decided to record a live album, 1993's Cabbage. The album saw an American release, where it was enthusiastically praised in the press. Realizing the potential of an American audience, they focused on getting an American record deal, eventually signing with Sony. They managed to release four official albums until the surprising death of Takahashi in 1999. The band was crushed, and opted not to continue without their singer. A greatest-hits package entitled Songs Are Our Universe was released on Condor Records in 2001. 

 

Tracklist

1
Matador8:22
2
Super Junky Monkey0:26
3
Revenge0:38
4
Find Your Self4:43
5
Shower6:42
6
Faster3:52
7
Popo Bar6:51
8
You Are Not The One5:26
9
Bed Side Session10:44


 

DIOLENE Dee-O-Leen EP 1995

 


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alternative pop...I think from Australia


Tracklist

1
Obviously Not
2
Nailed
3
30 Minutes (Steady)
4
S.J.M. (Cool Fingers)
5
Lateral Thinking
6
Sodapop Kid
7
N2O W.Nangerlude

10 September 2022

FREE TO FIGHT! SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS Various Artists 1995

 


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A women's self defense compilation released on Candy Ass Records


Tracklist

  1. No Artist - Sarah Rides The Greyhound
  2. The Third Sex - Monster Snack
  3. No Artist - Definition of Self Defense
  4. Team Dresch - Song For Anne Bannon
  5. Mizzery - Sleep'n Wit' The Enemy
  6. No Artist - Violence Is Violence
  7. Sue P. Fox -
Killing Your Clone Is Still Murder
  8. Rebecca Gates - Carnation Red
  9. No Artist - Body Language
10. Fifth Column - Don't
11. No Artist - Yelling
12. 151 - Real Defense
13. No Artist - Make A Scene
14. Containe - The Martyr
15. No Artist -
Assertiveness Practice
16. Nikki, Jen, Rueben - New Terror Story
17. The Lois -
St. What's Her Name
18. No Artist - Alice's Story
19. No Artist - Primary Targets
20. No Artist - Target Practice
21. No Artist - Striking
22. Cheesecake - Disgracias
23. No Artist -
Laura Sister Nobody Crosses The Street
24. Azteca X - Daddy's Crazy
25. Heavens To Betsy - Get Out of My Head
26. No Artist - Sylvia Gets Fancy
27. Excuse Seventeen - Forever Fired
28. Nikki McClure - Lucky One

08 September 2022

DÉVICS Buxom 1996

 



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Devics Biography

by MacKenzie Wilson

Dustin O'Halloran (guitar/keyboards), Sara Lov (vocals), Ed Maxwell (bass), and Evan Schnabel (drums) comprise the dark, lush sounds of The Devics. Hailing from Los Angeles, The Devics arrived on the rock scene in the early 1990s with their own label, Splinter Records. In 1996, the band self-released their debut album, Buxom; two years later, If You Forget Me appeared. By the new millennium, The Devics derived an atmospheric, goth-like sound. The Ghost in the Girl EP showcased the band's music growth and Bella Union was impressed. The Devics inked a deal with Bella Union and issued My Beautiful Sinking Ship in 2001. Shows with Lift to Experience, Thalia Zedek, and Elysian Fields followed throughout 2002.



Tracklist

1
That Eye's Half Open4:26
2
The Way You Sleep2:45
3
Leave Undone4:51
4
Powerless4:52
5
Nothing Hurts3:47
6
The Bed5:11
7
Frail3:38
8
Living Behind The Sun4:15
9
Peresoso4:24
10
This Face Has Worked Against Me3:40

 

PAPAS FRITAS Friday Night 7 inch 1994

 

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American indie-rock band founded in 1992 in Somerville, MA and disbanded in 2001. They reformed for some gigs in 2011. 


Tracklist

A   Friday Night
B1 Smash This World
B2 Angel











WHIRLING DERVISHES Grinch E.P. 1992

 


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Tracklist

1
Chill1:57
2
You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch2:05
3
Make Me3:10
4
Winter Kills4:09
5
Easily Amused4:18
6
Sinning And Skating6:48

THE SHARP This Is The Sharp 1993

 



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Australian three-piece alternative pop band from Melbourne; formed in 1991 and disbanded in October 1995. 

 


Tracklist

1
Scratch My Back3:19
2
Talking Sly3:17
3
Train Of Thought3:27
4
Don't Waste My Time3:21
5
Kiss Me Again3:28
6
Yeah I Want You5:06
7
Caught In The Deep2:41
8
Closer3:58
9
Waiting For The Next Thing To Happen3:05
10
Dark Sunglasses3:49
11
Love Kiss3:42
12
You Don't Know Me3:24
13
Can I Love2:51
14
Closer (Bass Drop)0:55

04 September 2022

DANIEL ASH Coming Down 1991

 


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Daniel Ash Biography

by Rovi Staff

A founding member of the groundbreaking Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, and Love and Rockets, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Daniel Ash distinguished himself in the world of alternative rock during the 1970s, '80s, and '90s. Ash was born in Northampton, England, on July 31, 1957. As a child, he heard the Dave Clark Five's "Bits and Pieces" and was blown away by the massive booming echo of the song, but it wasn't the first single he purchased -- "The first record I bought was Dave & Ansel Collins' 'Double Barrel'," he recalls. Driven by a love of rock & roll, Ash began playing in cover bands: "The first gig I ever played was in the Glasgow Rangers Workman's Club." That show ended in a fracas. Ash had become friends with Peter Murphy in his teenage years: "We were two oddballs in the class who didn't fit in." Ash went to art school and Murphy went to work in a printing factory. They met up five years later and Ash suggested forming a band.

Rigging up a makeshift rehearsal space, Ash played an echo 12-bar blues, while Murphy sang a series of newspaper articles. "After 15 seconds," Ash says , "I knew we'd have some sort of success. Four weeks after, we formed Bauhaus, and we recorded 'Bela Lugosi's Dead'." That song, issued in 1979, became the cornerstone of the goth rock movement. After nearly five years of trailblazing recording and performing, Bauhaus broke up and Ash put together Tones on Tail with Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins. After several EPs, the full-length Pop, and a club hit in "Go!," the group mutated into the highly influential Love and Rockets in 1985, when Bauhaus bassist David J came on board. The band became one of the biggest alternative bands of the '80s, issuing respected LPs like 1986's Express and 1987's Earth, Sun, Moon, and finally enjoying a worldwide Top Ten hit with 1989's "So Alive."

While Daniel Ash's first solo album, Coming Down, was a moody, late-night rumination written in the aftermath of divorce, Foolish Thing Desire, his second, was a celebration of life's perils and pleasures, recorded at Woodbine Street Studios with longtime collaborator John A. Rivers. It's essentially positive, presenting a rush of passionate and powerful rock riffs. In 2002, Ash released a self-titled album that flirted with electronic dance which was followed three years later by a live album, Come Alive. In 2008, Ash would see the reunions of both of his primary bands with Bauhaus going on to release Go Away White, their first studio album in 25 years, and Love & Rockets reforming to play at the famed Coachella Music and Arts Festival.


Tracklist

 
1. Blue Moon
  2. Coming Down Fast
  3. Walk This Way
  4. Closer To You
  5. Day Tripper
  6. This Love
  7. Blue Angel
  8. Me And My Shadow
  9. Candy Darling
10. Sweet Little Liar
11. Not So Fast
12. Coming Down

 

03 September 2022

TOXIC REASONS No Peace In Our Time 1995

 


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Trouser Press

Indianapolis, Indiana’s most prominent punks prefer not to be tagged as such — they have more populist aspirations — but can’t help admitting (in Independence‘s “Noise Boys”) that they were “born to be hardcore.” That’s an accurate description, though: watchspring-tight buzzsaw guitar at high speed. For variety, they toss in a mauled remake of “Shapes of Things to Come” (from Wild in the Streets) and the hesitant reggae of “Ghost Town,” the theme of which is not unlike the Specials’ song of the same name, but neither lyrics nor music are as fleshed out.

Kill by Remote Control, with a revised lineup, is great, a cogent punk onslaught with articulate protest lyrics and finely tuned dynamic guitar (Rob Lucjak and Bruce Stuckey) rock. Some of the numbers vamp into a tedious overdrive mode, but most of the record uses its full-tilt electricity in service of well-constructed (if not really melodic) songs.

That isn’t Richard Butler of the Psychedelic Furs singing on Within These Walls, but it sure sounds like him on “Dreamer.” The loud, carefully crafted guitar rock here has its punky moments — as when the slow and steady “Too Late” abruptly shifts into high gear — but is overall too eclectic for any one genre classification. (“Guns of September” recalls the Clash’s early reggae efforts.) Lucjak and Stuckey remain a white-hot team, especially in service of these more refined (not less energetic) songs with sturdy melodies. An intelligent, all-electric punch that will leave you grinning.

Lucjak then left the quartet and was replaced by Terry Howe. The resulting Bullets for You is little more than political speedcore — poorly recorded, rushed, riff-happy, with shouted/answered vocals — that bears only the faintest resemblance to the formerly winning band. The re-recordings of “Too Late” and “Party’s Over” (from Walls) don’t quite eviscerate the songs, but do show up the inferior surrounding material by contrast.[Jim Green / Ira Robbins]


Tracklist

1
Data Track For Mac And Win
2
Mark: 13
3
Armageddon Night
4
Up Ahead And Around The Corner
5
Friends
6
Third World America
7
No Peace In Your Time
8
Whipping Boy
9
Plant A Seed
10
Die Kristallnacht
11
Mousetrap
12
Wah Taku Way A Son
13
White Noise



01 September 2022

ENORMOUS Busman's Holiday 1996

 


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Enormous Biography

by John Bush

Enormous was formed in San Francisco by bassist/vocalist Eden Unger, guitarist Nat Bowditch and drummer Joshua. The alternative metal band played around the area and released several singles, but was forced to move to Baltimore while Bowditch studied at graduate school. In 1995, Enormous recorded and released Greetings in Baltimore for E. Pluribus Unum Recordings. That summer, the band supported Better than Ezra and Bush, and signed to A&M. Busman's Holiday was released the following year.


Tracklist

1
St. Paddy's Snake Bite Remedy (The Predicament)5:35
2
My My Mine3:33
3
Sweepytime5:18
4
Not Like Pepper3:49
5
Darling Thing3:15
6
Untitled0:06
7
Sweet Is3:15
8
Something Slow3:22
9
Lifeline3:54
10
Tear Me Apart4:58
11
Can't Be Bothered1:57
12
Choked3:40

THE ROSWELLS The Roswells 1996


 

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Roswells Biography

by Steve Huey

The Roswells are a power pop quartet from Canada consisting of guitarists/songwriters Scott Fletcher and Marc Stewart, bassist/songwriter David Reimer, and drummer Slam (all members sing). Their self-titled debut was released on the Canadian Transdimensional label in 1996.


Tracklist

1
Like It That Way
2
What's Going On
3
C'Mon C'Mon
4
Sparkle
5
Sea Of Tranquility
6
Yellow Means Yes
7
Foul Weather Friend
8
Never Say Never
9
Heaven Knows
10
Lying On The Grass
11
Eyes Wide Open
12
Pair Of Green Eyes
13
Tell He Please
14
Fell To Earth

WHIRLING DERVISHES Strange And Wonderful 1992

 



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Alternative rock. Members formed the band in New Jersey, U.S.A.


Tracklist

1
Madison Avenue5:25
2
To Define You4:19
3
Strange And Wonderful3:43
4
The Deadliest Pauses4:21
5
Norman0:50
6
Death Of The Party
2:35
7
Cop6:15
8
Dance For Your Life5:02
9
Death Of The Party (R.S.V.P.)
1:38
10
What's Left Of My Mind3:52
11
Your Little Finger2:54
12
Watch You5:39
13
Madison Avenue (Radio Edit)4:15