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Love and Distance
The Helio Sequence
Love and Distance is the third release from the Portland-based band The Helio Sequence. It was released on June 8, 2004 by Sub Pop Records.
They Got Away
Built To Spill
They Got Away is an EP released on July 10, 2007 by Built to Spill. "They Got Away" and "Re-Arrange" are reggae-inspired studio tracks recorded while the band toured in 2006. The second track is a cover of a song by The Gladiators.
Now You Know
Now You Know is the debut solo album by American musician Doug Martsch of indie rock band Built to Spill. Unlike Martsch's rock-oriented work with Built to Spill, the album touches on blues and folk in addition to rock. Now You Know was released in 2002 on Up Records label.
We Should Have Never Lived Like We Were Skyscrapers
Chin Up Chin Up
We Should Have Never Lived Like We Were Skyscrapers is the debut studio album of the indie pop band Chin Up Chin Up. The album, released October 13, 2004, is notable in that before its completion, bassist Chris Saathoff was killed in hit and run accident.
Slaying Since 1996
Promise of Love
The American Analog Set
Promise of Love is an album by The American Analog Set. It was released on July 17, 2003 on Tiger Style Records.
I Am the Fun Blame Monster! Plus Nine B-Sides
I Am the Fun Blame Monster! is the debut album of the band Menomena. It was self-released on May 20, 2003 and made available exclusively through online retailer CD Baby. The CD was re-released by FILMguerrero in 2004, and then again by Barsuk/FILMguerrero in 2007. A white vinyl LP was released by FILMguerrero in 2005 that featured an origami design by band member Brent Knopf and hand screen printing/assembly by band member Danny Seim. The original run was limited to 500 copies, which sold out. FILMguerrero re-released the LP in 2007 on 180 gram vinyl, but without the intricate packaging. The title is an anagram for "The First Menomena Album."
On May 24, 2011, the album was reissued as a double album alongside a bonus DVD. The bonus material features 9 bonus tracks and rare footage of the band's appearances on Portland cable public-access television program The Sista Social Show, a live performance at Portland's Meow-Meow and music videos for the album tracks "Trigga Hiccups" and "Cough Coughing".
Or Give Me Death
You're Doomed. Be Nice.
Rob Crow's Gloomy Place
The Fire Theft
The Fire Theft
Built Like Alaska
The Velvet Teen
Elysium is the second studio album from The Velvet Teen. It was first released in Japan on May 22, 2004, and in the US on July 20, 2004. A special edition version of the album was released in Japan only with a bonus DVD. The album was also pressed on double 10" vinyl and released through Pandacide Records in June 2005, featuring a bonus track. Elysium features absolutely no guitars, instead relying on keyboards and string and horn arrangements. Elysium turned out to be the last Velvet Teen album featuring the original line-up of Judah Nagler, Josh Staples and Logan Whitehurst. Logan was diagnosed with brain cancer and left the band shortly before the album's release. Casey Deitz replaced Logan on drums in spring 2004 and for the subsequent tour for the album. Logan Whitehurst died on December 3, 2006.
Low Level Owl, Vol. 1 + 2
The Appleseed Cast
Low Level Owl: Volume I is the third full-length album release from Lawrence, Kansas-based band the Appleseed Cast.
Here Comes Everyone
Q and Not U
Different Damage is a Q and Not U album that was recorded at Inner Ear Studios in May/June 2002 and released in October 2002 on Dischord Records. It was engineered and produced by Ian MacKaye and Don Zientara and mastered by Chad Clark at Silver Sonya. The front cover and insert photography was taken by Shawn Brackbill in the accident inspection bay at the Geico headquarters in NW Washington, D.C. The back cover was shot by Brackbill at the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. Different Damage was the band's first full-length album as a trio, following the dismissal of bassist Matt Borlik in November 2001.
Heresy and the Hotel Choir
Heresy and the Hotel Choir is an album by the indie pop band Maritime. It is the band's third full-length album and was released on October 16, 2007.
Weekends of Sound
Weekends of Sound is the third full-length studio album by the indie rock band 764-Hero. It was released in July 2000 on Up Records.
New English - EP
New English EP is an EP released by Ambulance LTD on March 14, 2006 containing new songs, old demos from their first album, LP, and a cover of a Pink Floyd song. According to their official website, it was intended to tide over fans until the release of their second full-length album in the fall of 2007.
The Rising Tide
Sunny Day Real Estate
The Rising Tide is the fourth and final studio album by American Seattle-based indie rock band Sunny Day Real Estate. It was released on June 20, 2000.
It was released in Japan on January 24, 2001 with an acoustic live version of "Television" as a bonus track. This was the band's only album not released on Sub Pop Records.
The statue on the cover of the album is Vancouver's "Bronze Angel", created by the Montréal sculptor, Coeur de Lion MacCarthy located at the former Canadian Pacific Railway Station. The bronze war memorial depicting the angel of victory raising up a young soldier to heaven at the moment of his death, was erected in 1921 to commemorate 1115 Canadian Pacific Railway employees killed during World War I. The sculpture was erected in Montréal, Quebec, Winnipeg, Manitoba and Vancouver, British Columbia.
When We Break
When We Break is the second release by indie-rock band Criteria. It was released August 23, 2005 on Saddle Creek Records.
The CD-release party was held in Omaha, Nebraska on August 20, 2005 at the Sokol Underground. Facing New York and local band, The Stay Awake opened the show.
This album is the 81st release of Saddle Creek Records.
Fireproof Your TV
Cellar Door is the fourth album by John Vanderslice, released in 2004. The album contains a few songs based on then-recent films: "Promising Actress" is about Mullholland Drive and "When It Hits My Blood" narrates Requiem For A Dream.
The album's name, "cellar door", is one of the most beautiful phrases in the English language, according to J.R.R. Tolkien.
Fire In The City Of Automatons
Obey the Cattle
Obey the Cattle! is the first solo-recording released by guitarist Rajiv Patel. This EP was released by Sunset Alliance in 2003.
Under The Same Stars
Under the Same Stars is an album by the American indie band The Prom. It was released on July 9, 2002 on the Barsuk label.
Let's Build a Fire
Your Majesty is the second full-length studio album released by indie rock band The Anniversary. The album was recorded in June 2001 and released on January 22, 2002. The album sold rather well, reaching #17 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and #15 on the Indie chart. In August 2002, the band went on the Vagrant America arena tour, alongside other Vagrant Records bands.
Cop and Speeder
Cop and Speeder is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Heatmiser, released in 1994 by record label Frontier.
Into the Lens
One Time Bells
One Time Bells is the first studio album by the pop rock band French Kicks. It was released in 2002.
Walk It Off
Tapes 'n Tapes
Walk It Off is the second album from the Minneapolis-based band Tapes 'n Tapes, released on 2 April 2008.
While their previous album, The Loon, was produced by the band's bassist and producer, Eric Applewick, and was recorded in a friend's unfinished basement studio, Walk It Off was recorded by a producer, David Fridmann, at Tarbox Road Studio in Cassadaga, New York. The album has 12 tracks, although it was originally planned to have fifteen. The first single released for the album was "Hang Them All".
The critical reception to the album was generally favourable, scoring a rating of 61% from Metacritic.
This Is What I Know About Being Gigantic EP
Minus the Bear
dios (malos) is an album by the band of the same name, dios (malos). It was released by Vagrant Records on October 11, 2005.
10:1 is an EP released by Rogue Wave. It was released August 23, 2005 on Sub Pop Records. 10:1 peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Hot Single Sales chart.
Anti-Anti is the debut album by the band Snowden. Some tracks on this album are also on The Snowden EP.
The Mean Way In
The Umbrella Sequence
Audio Learning Center
Cope Park is the second and final studio album by American post punk band Audio Learning Center. Musically, Cope Park, like Friendships Often Fade Away, peers over the shoulders of giants. Like any band in this new millennium, Audio Learning Center simultaneously showcases their varied influences while building on them, creating something new.
It is the band's last release before Audio Learning Center disbanded.
Jets To Brazil
Perfecting Loneliness is the third and final album by American indie band Jets to Brazil, released October 15, 2002 on Jade Tree Records.
Jets to Brazil's longest album, Perfecting Loneliness notably features a less indie sound in exchange for a more "grand" orchestral tone than previous albums and has achieved acclaim as their best work despite it being their final release.
The album was released less than a year before the band quietly disbanded in mid-2003 so most songs from Perfecting Loneliness were rarely played live, although certain songs such as "You're The One I Want" and "William Tell Override" were played live as early as 2001.
It was produced by J. Robbins.
Our Constant Concern
Mates of State
Help is on the Way
Goodbye Blue Monday
The Great Escape
The Coach and Four
Now It's Overhead
Now It's Overhead
Now It's Overhead is the debut album by the band Now It's Overhead from Athens, Georgia. It was released on October 21, 2001.
This was Saddle Creek Records's first full-length album by a band from outside of Nebraska. The band consisted of Andy LeMaster, Orenda Fink, Maria Taylor, and Clay Leverett.
Andy LeMaster, former Sugar bassist David Barbe, and Glands bassist Andy Baker jointly own and operate Chase Park Transduction Recording Studio in Athens. Along with the Now It's Overhead recording, Chase Park has also made recordings by Japancakes, Azure Ray, Seaworthy, Amy Ray, and The Glands.
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