||Nice Strong Arm|
Cloud Machine (1989)
||Nice Strong Arm|
Reality Bath (1987)
Dark, with industrial tendencies, it's a captivating proposition. ~ Robert Gordon
Originally released as an LP on yellow vinyl, (Live) Heroes is one of many collections of live and studio tracks by Nico released in her last years and after her death. She begins her cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" by ...
Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (1994)
Tuneful without being soft, confident without being pompous, hip without being inaccesible, CROOKED RAIN, CROOKED RAIN was a huge leap for Pavement up the rock & roll evolution cycle. They may have gained some pop smarts, but a casual listen ...
Slanted and Enchanted (1992)
This is a remastered and augmented edition of SLANTED AND ENCHANTED featuring the original album, the WATERY DOMESTIC EP, studio outtakes, two John Peel radio sessions from 1992, and a live recording from Brixton Academy.
Principally recorded at Louder Than You ...
Chicago's Pegboy have been without a permanent bassist for two years, since Steve Saylors left after the first LP Strong Reaction -- Jawbox guitarist J. Robbins (ex-Government Issue) even filled in on the 1992 U.S. tour with Social Distortion. On ...
Record Collectors Are Pretentious Assholes (1989)
All music written by Poison Idea. All lyrics written by Jerry A.
Recorded at Falcon Studios, Portland, Oregon from August 14-18, 1984.
Dial M For Motherfucker (1989)
At the time of its release, and even to this day, there are few albums--sonically, conceptually, and aesthetically--quite like Pussy Galore's DIAL M FOR MOTHERFU*KER. From the title alone it's obvious that the band is out to offend, but even ...
The press release to this LP boasted that it, unlike their debut, "was actually recorded with the knowledge that it would be released." Apparently Lou Barlow and Eric Gaffney had a pretty clear crystal ball; the music was taped in ...
Recorded at Most Loved Recordings, New York in February 1993.
The Shams: Amy McMahon Rigby (vocals, guitar); Sue Garner (vocals, bass); Amanda Uprichard (vocals).
||Sin Alley, Part 1 (1997) |
Track Listing: Big Sandy; Homicide; She's My Baby Doll; Skippy Is a Sissy; I Don't Like Him; Showdown; Froggy; Chicken Little; Juicy Fruit; Going My Way; TV Mama; Blue Moon Baby; Crazy Date; Rock and Roll Guitar; Jeanie; City Billy; ...
Seraphim 280z (1994)
Track Listing: Slave Girl; Size Zero; Yoko Phono; Snowball; Little Tattoo; Pee Test; Greatest Hits of ...; Human Dophin; Palomolive; Vegan Pussy; Gold; Titty; Vocal Facler;
Fear of God (1993)
Fear God features four tracks of skronky, shouty rock in Spore's usual vein, but mirroring the approach of She Knows Better more than the polished-over semi-seriousness of Giant. The EP's songwriting, while pretty much in line with the rest of ...
This CD single is the first from U2's 1991 album, Achtung Baby, and was released one month prior to that follow-up to 1989's Rattle and Hum. Previously, Red, Hot, and Blue introduced the world to a new U2 sound with ...
All Night Lotus Party (1986)
The second of ex-Mission Of Burma drummer Peter Prescott's LPs with the mid-'80s outfit the Volcano Suns succeeds in moving even further away from the militant post-hardcore of his original group. ALL-NIGHT LOTUS PARTY (reissued here with nearly a dozen ...
Sorry Again (1994)
Recorded at Cue Studios, Falls Church, Virginia and Inner Ear, Arlington, Virginia.
Velocity Girl: Sarah Shannon (vocals); Brian Nelson (guitar); Archie Moore, Kelly Riles (guitar, bass); Jim Spellman (drums).
Producers: John Porter, Don Zientara, Velocity Girl.
||We Are Going To Eat You|
By far the most distinctive thing about the London quartet We Are Going to Eat You is their silly name, but their lone 1989 album is a small guitar-pop pleasure that certainly sounds better today than the processed synth cheese ...
||Young Fresh Fellows|
Fabulous Sounds Of The Pacific... (1984)
Track Listing: Square One; Page; Nice; Buck; Audience; Gesture; Kill Me; Wait for Monday; Silver Anniversary; Someday Too Soon;
All the Dirt That's Fit to Print (1994)
But more structure doesn't automatically equate to easier listening; sardonic titles like "Meet Me In The Van" and "Picket Fence Asylum" don't quite mesh with Ginn's singular string-bending. Like his equally cerebral counterpart in King Crimson, Robert Fripp, Ginn doesn't ...
Killed For Less (2013)
Punch Line (1990)
||Brick Layer Cake|
This is a dirge-like collection of bleak and spare songs from Shellac drummer Todd Trainer, who on guitar and vocals delivers a sinister and edgy brand of drone rock. Recalling Crime & the City Solution, Codeine, and even slow rock ...
Track Listing: Supernova; Supernova; Combo Platter;
||Archers Of Loaf|
Archers Of Loaf vs. The Greatest Of All Time (1994)
The first indication that Archers of Loaf were priming themselves for a harder-edged version of indie rock for their second LP, Vee Vee, was the Vs. the Greatest of All Time EP. Consisting of five taut songs that rank among ...