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Archers of Loaf
Icky Mettle is the first studio album recorded by the indie rock band Archers of Loaf. It was produced and engineered by Caleb Southern at Kraptone Studios in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and released by Alias Records on September 7, 1993. A deluxe reissue of the album was released by Merge Records in 2011.
The album was recorded and mixed in seven days. According to Eric Bachmann, "We spent like $5,000 to make it."
Under The Bushes Under The Stars
Guided by Voices
Under the Bushes Under the Stars is the ninth Guided by Voices album overall, and the last until 2012's Let's Go Eat the Factory to feature the "classic" lineup including Tobin Sprout, Mitch Mitchell, and Kevin Fennell in addition to leader Robert Pollard. The album is noted as Guided by Voices' first stab at professionalism, being recorded in 24 track studios rather than their customary 4 track. Sessions for the album were reportedly arduous, spread as they were across at least four studios and as many sets of producers, and many titles and configurations were vetted before a final sequence was reached.
The final six tracks on the CD do not appear on the album's back cover. These tracks, which were included as a separate 12" EP in the vinyl edition, were not originally included in the completed album sequence, having been dropped from earlier proposed versions of the album, but were included at the request of Matador label executives who regretted their exclusion.
Bright Ideas is Portastatic's fifth studio album. It was released on Merge Records on August 23, 2005
The album was the first Portastatic album that was completely recorded in a modern studio. Previous albums were either partially or completely recorded on a Portastudio 4-track recorder. The album was recorded at Tiny Telephone Studio in San Francisco, California and engineered by Tim Mooney.
Bubble & Scrape
Bubble & Scrape is the fourth album by American indie rock band Sebadoh. It was released by Sub Pop in April 1993.
Bubble & Scrape was the final Sebadoh album to feature songs composed by founding member Eric Gaffney.
Lifestyle is the seventh studio album by American indie rock band Silkworm. It was released on August 8, 2000 by the independent record label Touch and Go Records, making it their second on that label. After 1998's self-produced Blueblood, the band's friend and longtime recording engineer Steve Albini again returned to record the album, which was also produced by his girlfriend Heather Whinna.
Secaucus is a 1996 album by The Wrens, an American rock band from New Jersey. Secaucus is named for the city in which it was recorded, Secaucus, New Jersey. The Wrens were signed to major label Grass Records at the time of their tour supporting this album. The album had received excellent reviews from critics and fans alike, however, Grass dropped the band after they refused to be forced into a new contract. The Wrens' follow-up to Secaucus, The Meadowlands, was released seven years after, in 2003.
The Problem With Me
The Problem with Me is the second album by Seam, released on September 21, 1993 through Touch and Go Records.
Something Vicious For Tomorrow
Mission Of Burma
Vs. is the debut studio album by American post-punk band Mission of Burma, following their 1981 EP, Signals, Calls, and Marches. It was released in October 1982 by record label Ace of Hearts. It is the only full-length studio album the band released during the 1980s – and until 2004, as soon afterward they disbanded due to guitarist Roger Miller's worsening tinnitus.
Manos is an album by The Spinanes, released on October 26, 1993 on Sub Pop Records. Soon after its release, it became the first album released on an independent label to top the American college charts.
Songs of Drinking and Rebellion
Songs of Drinking and Rebellion is the first studio album released by the indie rock band Spent, in 1995. The album was released on Merge Records and was followed by a tour with labelmates Superchunk. The album had no singles; however, a video for the song "View from a Staircase" was made.
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Slanted & Enchanted: Luxe & Reduxe
Slanted and Enchanted is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Pavement, released in April 1992 on Matador Records.
The Rebels Not In
The Karl Hendricks Rock Band
No Memory is the debut studio album by American indie rock band No. 2, released in 1999 by record label Chainsaw.
Go Back Snowball
Calling Zero is an album by Go Back Snowball, a side project of Robert Pollard with Mac McCaughan, released in 2002.
Perfect Teeth is the seventh and final studio album by Washington, D.C. Indie band Unrest, released on August 9, 1993 through 4AD. The album was recorded at Pachyderm Studios. Unrest initially joked with their management about having Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran produce the album, which led to him coming into the studio, but not being involved with production.
Perfect Teeth was Unrest's highest selling album, and was initially released as a box set of 7" vinyl records before being released in other formats such as compact disc and cassette. The album received positive reviews from Select, Spin and the Chicago Tribune but was dismissed by Entertainment Weekly who found that the music lacked depth. Retrospective reviews in AllMusic referred to the album as Unrest's peak while Spin echoed Entertainment Weekly's opinion.
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Declare Your Weapons
The Karl Hendricks Trio
The Stars Are Insane
For Your Own Special Sweetheart
For Your Own Special Sweetheart is the third album by Washington D.C. post-hardcore band, Jawbox. It was produced by Ted Niceley, best known for his work with Fugazi. It was their first album after leaving Dischord Records to sign to Atlantic Records. The album was not much of a commercial success, despite being well received by critics.
"Savory" was the album's first single, followed by "Cooling Card". "Motorist" and "Jackpot Plus!" had previously been released on a Dischord single and were newly recorded for this album. "Savory" was covered by Sacramento rock band Deftones with alternative rock group Far on Deftones' B-Sides and Rarities album.
The album was remastered and reissued by DeSoto in 2009 with three bonus tracks and new cover art. On the original album, "U-Trau" is 3:10. On the 2006 iTunes Store re-release by DeSoto, it is 3:01.
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Ride The Fader
Ride the Fader is the second and most recent studio album of American indie rock band Chavez. It was released on Matador Records on November 5, 1996. The album is considered by most fans and critics to be the band's best work. Entertainment Weekly praised the album as "a fine specimen of spare, brainy post-metal hard rock".
Flip Your Wig
Flip Your Wig is the fourth album by American band Hüsker Dü, released in September 1985. It was the band's first self-produced album. It was the best-selling album to that point for the band's label SST Records, and the last album they made for that label. The band spent months in the studio to achieve higher-quality production for the album's melodic power pop songs.
Sings About Misery And Women
Karl Hendricks Trio
Silverfish Trivia is an album by indie rock singer-songwriter Robert Pollard. It was released April 17, 2007 and is a 22-minute, seven-song mini-LP.
Silverfish Trivia was originally intended as a 12-song album. This original format was abandoned when the files were accidentally leaked to the public, to the chagrin of Pollard.
Full Blown Possession
Martin + Me
Life Starts Here
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At Sixes And Sevens
Copacetic is an album by Velocity Girl, released in 1993. It is their first full-length album and features the singles "Crazy Town" and "Audrey's Eyes," both of which were given music videos. The album's title derives from an American slang word meaning "everything's ok". Its sound is heavily influenced by shoegaze, a subgenre of indie rock. Kelly Riles described the recording of the album: "We mixed the album in a very different way than people would have expected us to—it's very rough sounding. It's a deliberate move away from the lighter production on the singles".
A review in Lime Lizard at the time of its release drew comparisons with My Bloody Valentine, stating "this could be the rejected demos for Isn't Anything".
The album was listed among "75 Lost Classics" in the Spring 2007 issue of Magnet.
I Do Not Love You
More Songs from the Mellow Struggle
Swearing At Motorists
The Heart's Tremolo
The Heart's Tremolo is the second full-length album by American Alternative rock band Tsunami, and was released in 1994.
Fortunes: Songs From The Movie
Let It Be
Let It Be is the third studio album by American rock band The Replacements. It was released on October 2, 1984 by Twin/Tone Records. A post-punk album with coming-of-age themes, Let It Be was recorded by the band after they had grown tired of playing loud and fast exclusively as on their 1983 Hootenanny album; the group decided to write songs that were, according to vocalist Paul Westerberg, "a little more sincere."
Let It Be was well received by music critics and later ranked among the greatest albums of the 1980s by AllMusic and Rolling Stone magazine. Now considered a classic, Let It Be is frequently included on professional lists of the all-time best rock albums, being ranked number 241 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album was remastered and reissued in 2008, with six additional tracks.
Junior Citizen is the fourth album by American alternative rock band Poster Children, released in 1995.
Velvet Hammer is the fourth studio album by the American band Scrawl, which was released in 1993 by Simple Machines.
✆ is a Lotion album released in 1998. While commonly referred to as The Telephone Album, the band had said that the name of the album was actually the symbol for the telephone found on payphones.
Whenever You're Ready
Early Recordings is a compilation album by the American indie band Quasi. It was released on March 29, 1996, on Key Op Records, and re-released on August 21, 2001 on Touch and Go Records. It includes songs previously released on the band's self-titled, self-released cassette, as well as previously unreleased recordings.
Sing For Your Meat: A Tribute To Guided By Voices
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