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Creator is the second album by American alternative rock band The Lemonheads. It was issued twice, as an LP in 1988, and as a CD in 1992, which included three bonus live tracks, recorded at the radio station VPRO in The Netherlands. It is one of only three albums to feature the full original lineup of Evan Dando, Ben Deily, and Jesse Peretz.
When the band first formed, Deily and Dando would swap instruments, playing guitar and singing on tracks each wrote himself, and drums for songs the other wrote. The first "official" Lemonheads drummer, Doug Trachten, was brought in for their first album Hate Your Friends. On Creator, John Strohm of the band Blake Babies plays drums on all of the original tracks, while Mark Natola played drums for the two live bonus songs at the end of the CD reissue. Also, by the time the live tracks were recorded—during the European tour supporting the Lemonheads' final TAANG! album, Lick —Deily had left the band to complete his degree at Harvard College; lead guitar on those tracks is provided by Corey Loog Brennan.
The cover is a photo of Ivan Kreilkamp, a school friend of Evan and Ben. Ivan is attributed with coming up with the band's name.
Come Feel Me Tremble
Come Feel Me Tremble is Paul Westerberg's fifth solo album. Like his previous album, it is a rough collection of songs that the former Replacements leader recorded by himself in his home.
Birdbrain is the second album by American alternative rock band Buffalo Tom, released in 1990. Dinosaur Jr mastermind J Mascis once again assisted with production, alongside Sean Slade. Buffalo Tom singer/guitarist Bill Janovitz said that Mascis' influence probably accented the band's edgier side.
The CD version includes a cover of The Psychedelic Furs' "Heaven" as well as a live acoustic version of "Reason Why", a song from Buffalo Tom's self-titled debut album.
Once, Twice, Three Times A Maybe
Friday Night Is Killing Me
Bash & Pop
Sunshine Lies (Deluxe Edition)
Sunshine Lies is the tenth studio album by the alternative rock musician Matthew Sweet. It was released by Shout! Factory in 2008.
Mother May I
The Supersonic Storybook
The Supersonic Storybook is the third album by American alternative rock group Urge Overkill. It was released on March 15, 1991 on Touch and Go Records, and was produced by Steve Albini, a former roommate of the band.
Freak City Soundtrack
Freak City Soundtrack is the third studio album by Material Issue, released on Mercury Records in 1994. It was the last studio album the band would record before frontman Jim Ellison committed suicide in 1996, and was produced by Mike Chapman, who also produced breakthrough albums for Blondie and The Knack.
Dead Hot Workshop
L is the second and last album released by alternative rock group The Caulfields. The album was released on CD April 22, 1997 via A&M Records.
Failure is the debut album of The Posies. It was first released independently in 1988 on cassette only. In 1989 it was reissued on cassette, LP and CD on PopLlama Records.
Due to playing time restrictions imposed by the LP manufacturer the band was forced to drop one song from the PopLlama LP edition. The CD version had no time restrictions and includes the same content as the cassette.
It was later remastered and reissued again in 2004 on Houston Party Records. "I May Hate You Sometimes" appears in Children of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the Second Psychedelic Era, 1976–1995, and was also featured in the 2000 Daria telemovie Is It Fall Yet? as the ending-credits song.
Tenterhooks was Chris Mars' third studio album. Its title comes from the tenterhooks used to stretch cloth.
Flippin' Out is an album by Gigolo Aunts released in October 1993 on Fire Records in the UK and April 1994 on RCA/BMG in the US. It includes the track "Where I Find My Heaven", featured on the soundtrack to 1994 comedy film, Dumb and Dumber, which helped to break the band into the charts. The song "Lemon Peeler" was featured in the 1995 movie Born to be wild. The US and UK versions feature different track listings. The title track, "Flippin' Out", was originally recorded by the Wizards, a NY/NJ supergroup circa 1988/1989, part of a six song EP that was never released. In a story attributed to Phil Marino, known for his work photographing the band, the Gigolo Aunts became acquainted with the song through Rob Norris, the producer of their debut album, Everybody Happy. Norris, a former member of the Bongos and at the time a current member of the Wizards, reportedly sent a tape of the six song EP to the Gigolo Aunts, who recorded "Flippin' Out" as the title track for the album. The album cover features Chloë Sevigny.
Left of the Dial: a Pop Tribute to the Replacements
Replacements Tribute CD - various
Poison Years is a compilation album by Bob Mould, who had been the guitarist and co-vocalist of the influential American rock band Hüsker Dü. It is essentially a condensed version of Mould's first two solo albums on Virgin Records, Workbook and Black Sheets of Rain, and was released in mid-1994 after Mould had achieved considerable success with his new band Sugar. It contains 6 studio tracks from Black Sheets and 5 tracks from Workbook, of which 3 are previously unreleased live versions. In addition, the album contains a studio outtake from the Workbook period, "All Those People Know", a live version of another non-album track, "If You're True", and a live cover version of "Shoot Out The Lights" from the eponymous 1982 album by Richard and Linda Thompson.
All Shook Down (Bonus Tracks)
All Shook Down is the seventh and final studio album by the American rock band The Replacements, released on September 25, 1990 by Sire Records.
Live at Least
Too Much Joy
It's A Drag / Spork My Ears
Spacey and Shakin
I Had To Laugh Like Hell
Weird Food & Devastation
Weird Food And Devastation is the sixth studio album by the American pop-rock band the Connells, released in 1996.
School Of Fish
Human Cannonball is the second and final album by alternative rock group School of Fish, released in 1993 by Capitol Records.
Return of the Living Dead
Walt Whitman Mall
The Music Of Your Life
The Buck Pets
The Buck Pets
& The Fall of the Mopsqueezer!
Five Star Fling
Dreams So Real
Hi My Name Is Jonny
Copper Blue (Deluxe Remaster)
Copper Blue is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band Sugar. It was voted 1992 Album of the Year by the NME. All of the songs were written by guitarist/vocalist Bob Mould, who also co-produced with Lou Giordano. The song "The Slim" is about losing someone to AIDS. Musically, the band continues the thick punk guitar of Mould's previous band, Hüsker Dü, while slowing the tempo and emphasizing melody even more.
Follow Jean Through The Sea
Three Chords and a Cloud of Dust - Live (Live)
The Old New Me
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