29 April 2010

MERCY RULE Providence 1994


Mercy Rule played in Memphis in 95 or 96 where I caught their show at Barristers. They were always full of energy live and for some reason that night, Jon was really thrashing and at the end of the show began to bash the stage floor in with the mic stand. He then of course reimbursed the bar for the broken floor. And I still have my Mercy Rule t-shirt.

Discogs

Tracklist

1 Tell Tomorrow 5:01
2 Down 3:24
3 Hey Now 4:03
4 Providence 3:30
5 Stumble 4:08
6 White Knuckles 3:54
7 Bye Bye 3:31
8 Uncle Allen 3:04
9 C'mon 6:14
10 Which Road 6:48

24 April 2010

JONES VERY

EP 1991

Words and Days

Words and Days 1989

REVOLVER Baby's Angry 1992






Artist Biography by


Revolver was a heavily melodic shoegaze band that released a trio of singles on Hut (Heaven Sent and Angel, Crimson, and Venice) a compilation of those singles, and one studio LP before calling it quits in the early '90s. Unlike a lot of their peers, Revolver focused on songs more than sounds, almost to an overambitious fault. Formed in London in 1990, the band consisted of Mat Flint (guitar/vocals), Hamish Brown (bass), and Nick Dewey (drums). By 1993, Flint had joined Hot Rod, who released a record in 1993 on Caroline. He eventually joined Death in Vegas as their bassist.

Tracklist

1 Venice 4:29
2 Painting Pictures 3:47
3 Red All Over 3:30
4 Heaven Sent An Angel 4:47
5 Drowning Inside 3:36
6 Molasses 4:31
7 Cherish 4:02
8 Since Yesterday 4:04
9 Don't Ever Leave 4:00


G. LOVE AND SPECIAL SAUCE G. Love And Special Sauce 1994

 

 Discogs


Artist Biography by Greg Prato

Coast to Coast Motel G. Love & Special Sauce are a Philadelphia-based trio whose laid-back, sloppy blues sound is quite unique, as it encompasses the sound/production of classic R&B and recent rap artists (the Beastie Boys, in particular). The group -- G. Love (born Garrett Dutton) on guitar/vocals/harmonica, Jeff Clemens on drums, and Jim Prescott on upright bass -- released their self-titled debut in 1994 on OKeh/Epic. It received enthusiastic reviews and nearly went gold on the strength of the MTV-spun video for "Cold Beverage." The group toured heavily, also landing a subsequent spot on the H.O.R.D.E. tour, and found a receptive young audience. They followed up this success with the more mature Coast to Coast Motel in 1995. Although it didn't sell as well as the debut, it was definitely a stronger album. On tour, the group nearly broke up due to bickering over finances. They decided to take a break from each other, while G. Love worked on a new album with three different bands (All Fellas Band, Philly Cartel, and King's Court) and special guest Dr. John.

Yeah, It's That Easy Soon, though, G. Love & Special Sauce made amends, and the next album featured Special Sauce plus combinations of the three other groups. Yeah, It's That Easy was released in October 1997, and it turned out to be a soul-inflected effort, more similar to their debut than their second album. G. Love & Special Sauce soon embarked on another world tour, returning in 1999 with Philadelphonic. Released in 2001, Electric Mile was another solid release, but it was also G. Love's most schizophrenic album yet, incorporating hip-hip, funk, psychedelia, blues, and soul in equal and ambitious measure. Mile was followed by extensive touring. By 2004 and the Hustle LP, G. Love had eased up a little on the kitchen sink approach, offering instead a cohesive, dry groove reminiscent of his earliest efforts. Hustle was also the first G. Love release under Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records banner. It made sense; the two had been pals at least since Philadelphonic, on which Johnson had guested. His move from Sony spawned The Best of G. Love & Special Sauce, but G. Love wasn't done. Special Sauce did a series of shows in 2004 with Johnson and fellow Brushfire artist Donavon Frankenreiter, and the trio also found time to issue a brief live EP before 2006's Lemonade. The live album A Year & a Night with G. Love & Special Sauce appeared in 2007. The studio album Superhero Brother followed in 2008. After a six-year break, the original G. Love & Special Sauce lineup (featuring Clemens and Prescott) reunited for 2014's Sugar. A year later, the band released Love Saves the Day on Brushfire Records. Appearing in October 2015, the album featured a slew of special guests including Lucinda Williams, Citizen Cope, and David Hidalgo of Los Lobos. Early in 2020, G. Love & Special Sauce delivered The Juice, an album co-produced with bluesman Keb' Mo'.

 

Tracklist 

1 The Things That I Used To Do 3:36
2 Blues Music 4:17
3 Garbage Man 4:52
4 Eyes Have Miles 5:22
5 Baby's Got Sauce 3:55
6 Rhyme For The Summertime 3:06
7 Cold Beverage 2:34
8 Fatman 4:17
9 This Ain't Living 6:34
10 Walk To Slide 4:28
11 Shooting Hoops 3:32
12 Some Peoples Like That 4:49
13 Town To Town 3:33
14 I Love You 3:32

 

22 April 2010

MUSLIMGAUZE Mullah Said 1998


KILL SYBIL self titled 1993


By request


Tracklist

1 Deep Sleep 3:37
2 Dumb 4:31
3 Broken Back 3:27
4 Lucky 4:32
5 Die Tomorrow 5:50
6 Lemons 3:19
7 Dead 4:55
8 Something To Tell 4:29
9 Kevin 1:22
10 Olympia 3:58
11 Dream 3:44
12 Best 4:04

THE HEART THROBS Cleopatra Grip 1990




Tracklist

1 Tossed Away 3:56
2 Dreamtime 3:54
3 Big Commotion (Remix) 5:04
4 In Vain 4:30
5 Slip & Slide 3:20
6 Here I Hide 4:32
7 Calavera 6:02
8 I Wonder Why 3:31
9 She's In A Trance 3:45
10 Blood From A Stone (Remix) 3:25
11 Kiss Me When I'm Starving 4:35
12 White Laughter 5:15

POPINJAYS Vote Elvis 1991

Reupped December 2012

15 April 2010

JUDGMENT NIGHT Soundtrack 1993


Discogs

 Tracklist 

1 Helmet (2) & House Of Pain Just Another Victim 4:21
2 Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul Fallin' 4:25
3 Living Colour & Run D.M.C.* Me, Myself & My Microphone 3:08
4 Biohazard & Onyx Judgment Night 4:35
5 Slayer & Ice-T Disorder 4:57
6 Faith No More & Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. Another Body Murdered 4:22
7 Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill I Love You Mary Jane 3:49
8 Mudhoney & Sir Mix-A-Lot Freak Momma 3:57
9 Dinosaur Jr* & Del The Funky Homosapien* Missing Link 3:44
10 Therapy? & Fatal* Come And Die 4:22
11 Pearl Jam & Cypress Hill Real Thing 3:31

360s Illuminated 1991


Boston band that sounds better than Hole in my opinion. Saw them play here, great show even though no one knew who they were. Haven't heard this in years and was glad to get another copy of it. Hope you like it too.

Discogs

Tracklist

1 Deadpan Superstar 3:46
2 Texas 2:44
3 Illuminated 3:20
4 Death Defies Me 2:25
5 Garden Of Departure 3:32
6 It 2:32
7 Put That Behind Me 2:15
8 What We Are 2:38
9 Saved 3:27
10 Heroine 3:39

14 April 2010

GOD AND TEXAS Criminal Element 1993






Discogs

Tracklist

1 Incoming 2:19
2 Bury Magnets 3:28
3 D2 2:58
4 Cold Bringer 5:08
5 Chromalox 5:20
6 Breach 3:56
7 Drive Time 4:11
8 In The Blast Furnace 3:37
9 Flat Black Wide 4:42
10 Cruel And Unusual 5:46










































THEE SHATNERS Planet Pimp Records Presents...Thee Shatners 1994


Great surf music!


Tracklist

1 Green Blooded Love 1:24
2 He's Dead Jim 2:23
3 Warp Drive 1:50
4 Klingon Boarding Party 1:43
5 Mr. Sulu 1:39
6 Damn Your F*@!ng World 1:08
7 Beam Big Daddy, Beam 2:34
8 Uhuru 1:30
9 Romulan Attack 0:57
10 Kirock (I Am) 1:25
11 Surf Beat 1:50
12 Stronger Than Kirk 2:10
13 Mystery Track 23:31

DOWNLOAD Furnace 1995


EAST RIVER PIPE Shining Hours In A Can 1994


7 YEAR BITCH Viva Zapata 1994


I have added the song "Miss Understood" from the Man's Ruin Miss Understood release as the first track.

Reupped November 2012