30 June 2010

GIGOLO AUNTS Learn to Play Guitar EP 1997


By request

I received several requests for this CD EP and got a nice email from a blog fan named Tigerz who kindly uploaded this for all of you to enjoy. Thanks Tigerz for the CD upload and your support!



Tracklist

1 Kinda Girl 3:18
2 Wishing You The Worst 2:52
3 Sway 4:38
4 Sloe 3:26
5 Rocking Chair 3:39
6 The Sun Will Rise Again 3:26

THE VACANT LOT Shake Well 1995


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29 June 2010

THE COCTAILS Long Sound 1993


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Tracklist

1 Steam 4:33
2 China Song 3:01
3 Monkeys And Seals 5:00
4 Stray Horn 2:30
5 Tenement 5:59
6 Twilight For Henry 2:21
7 Waterlogged 3:58
8 Clown's Coffee 2:56
9 Far East 4:21
10 Gripper Bite 6:42



COBRA VERDE Vintage Crime EP 1995


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23 June 2010

AMMONIA Mint 400 1995


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Tracklist

1 Ken Carter
2 Drugs
3 Sleepwalking
4 Face Down
5 In A Box
6 Suzi Q
7 Little Death
8 Mint 400
9 Burning Plant Smell
10 Z-Man
11 Million Dollar Man
12 Lucky No. 3


21 June 2010

THE DAMBUILDERS Ruby Red 1995


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Tracklist

1 Smooth Control
2 Special Ed
3 Teenage Loser Anthem
4 Drive By Kiss
5 Lazy Eye
6 Bending Machine
7 Velocidad
8 Rocket To The Moon
9 Cosmonaut
10 St. Tamarindo
11 Down
12 I Forget Myself

D GENERATION No Lunch 1996


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Tracklist  

1 Scorch 1:17
2 She Stands There 2:19
3 Frankie 2:57
4 Capital Offender 2:42
5 No Way Out 4:00
6 Major 3:24
7 Disclaimer 2:59
8 Waiting For The Next Big Parade 3:22
9 Not Dreaming 2:25
10 Too Loose 3:34
11 1981 1:58
12 Degenerated 10:38
 

JENNYANYKIND Revelater 1996


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Tracklist

1 Repent In Time
2 Revelation In Practice Room #13
3 You Better Get Right With God
4 When The Sun Shines Down On The Average
5 Revelater
6 Sucker
7 The Great Deceiver
8 Cross Of Jesus
9 Day Of The Dead
10 All On His Own
11 Every Executioner Has A Song
12 Soul


THE DENTISTS Behind the Door I Keep the Universe 1994


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Artist Biography by

Although the Dentists were arguably the first Brit-pop band, they never were able to capitalize when the style they'd perfected over the course of a decade suddenly became the Next Big Thing around 1994. Their signature sound, a combination of Mick Murphy's veddy British voice and Bob Collins' hyperactively jangly guitar, has been duplicated many times over, but it's never quite been equaled.

Some People Are on the Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now
The Dentists formed in their native Chatham, a small town in rural Kent, in 1983; the original lineup comprised Murphy, Collins, bassist Mark Matthews, and drummer Ian Smith. Their first single, "Strawberries Are Growing in My Garden (And It's Wintertime)," was released on the tiny indie Spruck Records in 1985. A neo-freakbeat masterpiece that sounds like it could have been recorded in 1967, "Strawberries" remained the Dentists' best-known and most beloved song for the rest of their career. That early peak was quickly followed by the album Some People Are on the Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now (the title taken from the famous end of the 1966 World Cup final won by England) and the six-song EP You and Your Bloody Oranges, which have no overlapping tracks. The album titles, matched with songs like "One of Our Psychedelic Beakers is Missing" and "Where's My Chicken, You Bastard," made the group out to be a bunch of paisley-clad goofballs in some reviewers' eyes, a mistaken first impression that never entirely went away. Smith left the group in early 1986, replaced by the equally anonymously named Alun Jones. In contrast to their exceptionally busy first year of recordings, the quartet only managed two EPs in 1986 and 1987, Down and Out in Paris and Chatham and Writhing on the Shagpile. In 1988, the Belgian label Antler released a CD compiling the best parts of all the previous releases minus Some People Are on the Pitch and Beer Bottle and Bannister Symphonies: A Collection of Some of the Finer Moments of Dentistry. The label followed this with an EP's worth of new material, The Fun Has Arrived.

Dressed
Oddly, for a band that had been so productive in the early years of their career, the Dentists all but disappeared for over two years at this point, only contributing one new track, "Snapdragon," to the compilation Time Will Show the Wiser in 1989. However, when they reappeared in 1991 with the new album Heads and How to Read Them, the Dentists launched a new and even busier phase of their career. Besides a pair of singles extracted from the album, both with excellent and otherwise unavailable B-sides, the Dentists landed exclusive tracks on a number of compilations and finally began an attempt to introduce themselves to the American market, which they had so far ignored. A 10" EP, Naked, compiled seven rarities from 1986 and 1987, most of them previously unreleased. This was followed in 1992 by Dressed, a 22-track CD of other songs from the 1985-1987 era, containing nearly all of Some People Are on the Pitch and the best moments from the EPs. (There's a fair amount of overlap with the 1988 Belgian CD.)
Powdered Lobster Fiasco
Along with that spate of reissues, the Dentists released a series of three thematically linked singles on three different indie labels, each with a poem by John Hegley on the B-side. The songs (but unfortunately, not the poems) were compiled in 1993 on the U.S. release Powdered Lobster Fiasco, along with re-recorded versions of several other songs from the preceding five years. New drummer Rob Grigg replaced Jones starting with these singles. Later in 1993, the Dentists unexpectedly signed with a major American label, the East/West division of Atlantic. Although this proved to be as unlikely a pairing as it sounded (East/West was primarily an R&B imprint), the label immediately went to work on establishing its indie credibility by releasing a box set of three 7" singles, Bigbangredshiftblackholes, which included several tracks from their upcoming album and a clutch of demos, rehearsal versions, and otherwise unavailable songs.
Behind the Door I Keep the Universe
That album, 1994's Behind the Door I Keep the Universe, turned out to be one of the Dentists' best, but it unfortunately stiffed completely despite East/West's best promotional efforts, which included a hard to find but extremely cool hour-long promo disc called Radio Novocaine, featuring the Dentists playing some of their favorite recent singles and interviewing each other. Apparently disillusioned, the Dentists made the unwise decision of having New York City noise rock maestro Wharton Tiers produce 1995's Deep Six. Tiers layers the songs with unnecessary guitar grunge and the tempos are uncharacteristically sluggish. It's a dispiriting record with an unfortunately accurate title. After its release and subsequent commercial failure, East/West dropped the Dentists. Collins called it a day, retiring from the music business; Murphy, Matthews, and Grigg found a new guitarist and formed the short-lived Coax. 

Tracklist

1 This Is Not My Flag
2 Space Man
3 Sorry Is Not Enough
4 In Orbit
5 Faces On Stone
6 A Smile Like Oil On Water
7 Tremendous Many
8 Gas
9 Brittle Sin And Flowers
10 Beast
11 Water For A Man On Fire
12 The Waiter

SPRINKLER Peerless 1993


by request


Tracklist  

1 Peerless
2 Kent
3 Dag
4 Landlord

20 June 2010

19 June 2010

DIAMANDA GALAS The Sporting Life 1994


MONKS OF DOOM

Insect God EP  
1994
 
The Cosmodemonic Telegraph Company  
1993 
 
by request 

 
 
 
 
Insect God

Tracklist
1 The Insect God 7:24
2 Chang 3:09
3 Let's Split 1:32
4 If It Don't Kill Me 4:39
5 Who Are The Brain Police? 3:40
 

The Cosmodemonic Telegraph Company


Tracklist 

1 Vaporize Your Crystals 3:07
2 The Vivian Girls 2:16
3 All In Good Time 4:11
4 Voodoo Vengeance 3:42
5 Taste Of Tendon 3:37
6 Trapped 3:08
7 The Evidence You Hide 2:58
8 Unexplained Murders 3:08
9 The Beach Of Deception 3:14
10 Untitled 1:02
11 Broadcast At Midday 5:52

17 June 2010

LOTION Nobody's Cool 1996


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Tracklist

1 Dear Sir 2:36
2 The New Timmy 2:18
3 The Sad Part 3:21
4 Rock Chick 3:43
5 Blind For Now 3:11
6 The Enormous Room 3:42
7 Sandra 3:43
8 Juggernaut 2:58
9 Namedropper 5:32
10 Dalmacia 007 3:41
11 Precious Tiny 9:56
12 Switch 2:49

KUSTOMIZED At the Vanishing Point 1996


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Artist Biography by

The Battle for Space
Led by singer/guitarist Peter Prescott, a onetime member of the seminal 1980s post-punk bands Mission of Burma and the Volcano Suns, noise-rockers Kustomized also originally included guitarist/violinist/organist Edd Yazijian, bassist Bob Moses and drummer Kurt Davis (the former frontman for Bullet LaVolta). Formed in Boston during the autumn of 1993, the band honed its chops while supporting acts including Yo La Tengo and Helium; upon signing to Matador, they issued their debut EP The Mystery of Kustomized in mid-1994. The single "The Day I Had Some Fun" followed in 1995, and later that same year Kustomized issued their first full-length effort, The Battle for Space. Former Sugar drummer Malcolm Travis signed on in time to cut 1996's At the Vanishing Point
 

Tracklist

1 Handcuffs
2 Fingertips
3 Permission
4 Bored To Death
5 The One That Got Away
6 Hound
7 Amy Arrow
8 Camp Climax
9 Yacky Do
10 You Make
11 Film
12 Harlem Nocturne