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    Workingman's Dead

    Ranked 262/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The Grateful Dead's first seminal release of 1970 finds the band in an uncharacteristic acoustic setting paying homage to their country, blues and folk roots. Featuring concise songs and tighter arrangements, the timeless Workingman's Dead exhibits the band's true essence as American songwriters of the highest order and that their restless ambition existed in the studio as much as it did in concert. Workingman's Dead introduced such all-time Dead classics as Uncle John's Band and Casey Jones among others.

    1. Uncle John's Band
    2. High Time
    3. Dire Wolf
    4. New Speedway Boogie
    5. Cumberland Blues
    6. Black Peter
    7. Easy Wind
    8. Casey Jones

    Grateful Dead
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    Sublime, Stripped-Down 1970 Americana Classic Steeped in Country, Blues, and Folk


    You've Never Heard This Roots-Based Marvel Sound Better: Mastered from the Original Master Tapes and Given Extra-Wide Grooves on 45RPM LP


    Ranked #264 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Airy Harmonies, Simple Structures, Concise Arrangements, and Burnished Tones Anchor Songs


    Workingman's Dead defies the erroneous belief that the Grateful Dead never attained brilliance in the recording studio. Forever prized for natural sonics, Workingman's Dead attains audiophile reference status courtesy of this first-ever 45RPM version. As flawless as any rustic album ever released, the 1970 set now brims with soaring harmonies, organic execution, intertwined textures, and uncomplicated structures that furnish the songs a transcendence associated with timeless American music. Colorful, relatable characters seemingly torn from working-class histories and old-time fables inhabit the narratives.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g LPs at RTI, Mobile Fidelity's numbered limited edition of this period-defining recording renders the stripped-down fare with immense detail, rich airiness, and reach-out-and-touch-it realism. Longtime Deadheads and newcomers alike will hear significantly more information, experience wider and deeper soundstages, and become swept away by incredible tonal and vocal balances-traits made possible by the format's wider grooves. Instrumental melds and refined accents, such as guest David Nelson's nimble fills on "Cumberland Blues," are part of a larger whole that gives the impression you are witness to the world's coziest campfire session. Frontier tales and refined performances further this feeling.


    The first Grateful Dead album to eschew cosmic jams and complex signatures, Workingman's Dead stakes its existence to great songs, homespun warmth, and bare essentials. Its wistful, relaxed state-immediately apparent via the innocent album-opening invitation "Will you come with me?" on "Uncle John's Band"-owes to the circumstances and conditions surrounding its creation. At the time, the Dead owed a considerable financial debt to Warner Bros. and were hobbled by a recent drug bust and financial scandal. Most significantly, the band was recovering from-and reacting to-the tragic events of the Altamont Music Festival and symbolic end of the peace and love era.


    As such, Workingman's Dead acts as a retreat from chaos and uncertainty, its songs emblems of simpler times and pleas for compassion in the face of hardship. Lyricist Robert Hunter said he aimed to capture the vintage elements of late 1940s country-and-western jukebox singles as well as old blues classics. In that vein, fare such as the Bakersfield-leaning "Cumberland Blues," pastoral ballad "Dire Wolf," and bluesy "Easy Wind" hit the mark. Leader Jerry Garcia's occasional pedal-steel underpinnings arrive as a bonus.


    Of course, aside from the economical concision and thematic consistency, the genius of Workingman's Dead resides in the group's expressive harmonies. Taught by Crosby, Stills and Nash, the Dead produce live "air blends" of multi-part vocal harmonies that provide the foundations of nearly every track. "Uncle John's Band," "High Time," "New Speedway Boogie" (with the iconic refrain "One way or another/This darkness has got to give" referencing the ill wind that greeted the new decade), and the radio favorite "Casey Jones" practically float on the ensemble's communal vocal beds.


    Mobile Fidelity's 45RPM edition renders these invigorating, refreshing, and engaging characteristics in three-dimensional sound that transports you to the event. Recordings don't get more lifelike. Workingman's Dead-an iconic, ageless record that drew countless listeners to the band's unique style because of its accessibility and charm-deserves nothing less. Neither do you.


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    1. Uncle John's Band
    2. High Time
    3. Dire Wolf
    4. New Speedway
    5. Cumberland Blues
    6. Black Peter
    7. Easy Wind
    8. Casey Jones
    Grateful Dead
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    American Beauty

    Ranked 258/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    Widely regarded as the Grateful Dead's studio masterpiece, 1970's American Beauty is a further refinement of the roots direction the band undertook with Workingman's Dead which was released earlier the same year. Includes some of the Dead's best-known material in Sugar Magnolia, Friend Of The Devil, Ripple, Box of Rain and Truckin.

    1. Box Of Rain
    2. Friend Of The Devil
    3. Sugar Magnolia
    4. Operator
    5. Candyman
    6. Ripple
    7. Brokedown Palace
    8. Till The Morning Comes
    9. Attics Of My Life
    10. Truckin'
    Grateful Dead
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    Europe '72

    Nearly 40 years ago, the Grateful Dead released Europe '72, a triple live album documenting its historic trek across Europe that became not only one of the band's best-selling releases, but also set the gold standard for live Dead.


    The Grateful Deads first tour outside of North America took them to all sorts of historic and unusual venues in England, Denmark, West Germany, France, Holland and even Luxembourg. Many members of the Dead family came along on what was really an extended working vacation that was designed to both expose the Dead to new audiences and also reward the band for their unlikely conquest of America during the preceding two years. As a hedge against the costs of the nearly two-month trip, the Deads label, Warner Bros., paid for the band to lug around a 16-track recorder to capture the entire tour.


    This was a band at the top of its game, still ascending in the wake of three straight hit albums: Workingmans Dead, American Beauty and the live Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses). It had been a year since the lineup had gone to its single-drummer configuration, six months since Keith Godchaux had been broken in as the groups exceptional pianist, and this marked the first tour to feature Donna Godchaux as a member of the touring band. This would also be Pigpen's final tour with the band.


    There was a ton of new, unreleased material that came into the repertoire in the fall of 71 (after Skull & Roses was out) and during the spring of 72, including Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Hes Gone, Ramble on Rose, One More Saturday Night and Mr. Charlie. All those future classics were interspersed with songs from the aforementioned hit albums such as Cumberland Blues and Sugar Magnolia, as well as spectacular versions of Truckin and I Know You Rider.

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    1. Cumberland Blues (Live in England 1972 Version)
    2. He's Gone (Live in Amsterdam 1972 Version)
    3. One More Saturday Night (Live in England 1972 Version)
    4, Jack Straw (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
    5. You Win Again (Live in England 1972 Version)
    6. China Cat Sunflower (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
    7. I Know You Rider (Live in Paris 1972 Version)


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    1. Brown-Eyed Woman (Live in Denmark 1972 Version)
    2. Hurts Me Too (Live in London 1972 Version)
    3. Ramble On Rose (Live in England 1972 Version)
    4. Sugar Magnolia (Live in Paris 1972 Version)
    5. Mr. Charlie (Live in England 1972 Version)
    6. Tennessee Jed (Live in Paris 1972 Version)


    LP3
    1. Truckin' (Live in London 1972 Version)
    2. Epilogue (Live in England 1972 Version)
    3. Prelude (Live in England 1972 Version)
    4. Morning Dew (Live in England 1972 Version)

    Grateful Dead
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    No Depression

    The album that inspired a website, a magazine and a musical movement, Uncle Tupelo's landmark 1990 debut No Depression is intrinsically a punk-rock record with country themes. On the one hand the album is named after a song by A.P. Carter and features banjos, mandolins and fiddles and on the other the songs are played at a breakneck pace and feature thrashing guitars and a punk spirit.


    Paying their respects to obvious influences like Graham Parsons, the Replacements and the Minutemen, the 12-song set accurately depicts the trials and tribulations of the rural, blue collar existence from the workingman anthems like Factory Belt and Graveyard Shift to the trappings of the nightlife on Whiskey Bottle and Before I Break.


    Equally as acclaimed as it is revered, No Depression brilliantly blends the heartbreak and longing of country music with the power and fury of punk-rock, done so with a precision that remains unmatched.

    1. Graveyard Shift
    2. That Year
    3. Before I Break
    4. No Depression
    5. Factory Belt
    6. Whiskey Bottle
    7. Outdone
    8. Train
    9. Life Worth Livin'
    10. Flatness
    11. So Called Friend
    12. Screen Door
    Uncle Tupelo
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    The Unexamined Life

    Supreme Dicks put out one single in their career. It was a double B-side. Maybe they had a sense of humor, but in hindsight it's hard to tell.


    Falling somewhere between Captain Beefheart, Throbbing Gristle and SALEM in the lineage of musicians who've found a muse in the nasty, brutish brevity of life, Supreme Dicks chose to cloak disarmingly real paranoia and grief in the contemporary trappings of late '80s and early '90s lo-fi college rock. They may have inhabited the same sonic and physical space as colleagues like Dinosaur jr. (Lou Barlow was an occasional Dick, and at least one early Dinosaur jr show was actually played by Dicks in disguise), but they stripped away all youthful yearning and anticipation in favor of a bleak and unblinking certainty. Honest, frank, and free of ironic distance. Obtuse and yet so essential that it can't help but feel familiar to anyone who's ever spent a sleepless night wondering whether there's any point to all of this. And, on occasion, warm, intimate and lovely.


    The Supreme Dicks formed while students at Massachusetts' Hampshire College in the twilight of the Reagan era. The campus was a fractured post-hippie free-for-all that many students theorized was a right-wing think tank experiment in pitting progressives against each other. The constantly revolving lineup centered around Daniel Oxenberg, Jon Shere, Steve Shavel, Mark Hanson, Jim Spring, and whoever else was around and willing to torture an instrument. They advocated the teachings of Wilhelm Reich and were vocal about focusing their creative energy via celibacy. This may do much to explain the constant, unrelenting tension that provides the driving force behind the most powerful moments in their music. Regardless of tempo or arrangement, Supreme Dicks songs play like soundtracks to autoerotic asphyxiation, haunting tones that ring in the ears at the moment consciousness is lost and not guaranteed to return.


    Jagjaguwar is proud to reintroduce the complete recordings of Supreme Dicks in the form of Breathing and Not Breathing, a four CD set that includes both of the band's studio albums, The Unexamined Life from 1993 and The Emotional Plague from 1996, along with 1994's Workingman's Dick, a collection of early archival recordings, and the 1996 EP This Is Not A Dick, which has been fleshed out with rare and unreleased tracks. Also available are 2xLP editions of The Unexamined Life and The Emotional Plague, neither of which has been previously released on vinyl.

    1. In A Sweet Song
    2. The Arabian Song
    3. The Sun's Bells
    4. Jack Smith
    5. That I May Never Forget And Stay
    6. Garden Of Your Past
    7. Jack-O-Lantern
    8. River Song
    9. The Fallout Song
    10. Azure Dome
    11. The Forest Song (or Especially When The October Wind With Frosty Fingers, Punishes My Hair)
    12. Hyacinth Girls
    13. Ten Past Eleven
    14. Woody Would Have Wanted It That Way
    15. Strange Song
    Supreme Dicks
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    The Emotional Plague

    Supreme Dicks put out one single in their career. It was a double B-side. Maybe they had a sense of humor, but in hindsight it's hard to tell.


    Falling somewhere between Captain Beefheart, Throbbing Gristle and SALEM in the lineage of musicians who've found a muse in the nasty, brutish brevity of life, Supreme Dicks chose to cloak disarmingly real paranoia and grief in the contemporary trappings of late '80s and early '90s lo-fi college rock. They may have inhabited the same sonic and physical space as colleagues like Dinosaur jr. (Lou Barlow was an occasional Dick, and at least one early Dinosaur jr show was actually played by Dicks in disguise), but they stripped away all youthful yearning and anticipation in favor of a bleak and unblinking certainty. Honest, frank, and free of ironic distance. Obtuse and yet so essential that it can't help but feel familiar to anyone who's ever spent a sleepless night wondering whether there's any point to all of this. And, on occasion, warm, intimate and lovely.


    The Supreme Dicks formed while students at Massachusetts' Hampshire College in the twilight of the Reagan era. The campus was a fractured post-hippie free-for-all that many students theorized was a right-wing think tank experiment in pitting progressives against each other. The constantly revolving lineup centered around Daniel Oxenberg, Jon Shere, Steve Shavel, Mark Hanson, Jim Spring, and whoever else was around and willing to torture an instrument. They advocated the teachings of Wilhelm Reich and were vocal about focusing their creative energy via celibacy. This may do much to explain the constant, unrelenting tension that provides the driving force behind the most powerful moments in their music. Regardless of tempo or arrangement, Supreme Dicks songs play like soundtracks to autoerotic asphyxiation, haunting tones that ring in the ears at the moment consciousness is lost and not guaranteed to return.


    Jagjaguwar is proud to reintroduce the complete recordings of Supreme Dicks in the form of Breathing and Not Breathing, a four CD set that includes both of the band's studio albums, The Unexamined Life from 1993 and The Emotional Plague from 1996, along with 1994's Workingman's Dick, a collection of early archival recordings, and the 1996 EP This Is Not A Dick, which has been fleshed out with rare and unreleased tracks. Also available are 2xLP editions of The Unexamined Life and The Emotional Plague, neither of which has been previously released on vinyl.

    1. Synaesthesia
    2. Cuchulain (Blackbirds Loom)
    3. Columnated Ruins/Seeing Distant Chimneys
    4. Along a Bearded Glade
    5. Swell Song
    6. Showered
    7. A Donkey's Burial in a Tower on a Mirage
    8. Adoration de l'Agneau Mystique
    9. Porridge for the Calydonian Bar
    10. Siberian Penal Colony (Ode to Joel Stanley)
    11. Green Wings Fly Adventure (Showered Reprise)
    Supreme Dicks
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  • Syndrome Syndrome Syndrome Syndrome Quick View

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    Syndrome Syndrome

    Syndrome Syndrome is Gardland's debut fulllength album. Its timely release captures the
    fever pitch of Gardland's off-kilter electronic
    music at the tail end of the group's first year.


    Assertive, though "elegantly wasted," as they describe it, Gardland is the laboriously
    cracked energy exchange of alex murray and mark smith. The duo solidified the young
    partnership during a psychedelic desert excursion far from their urban dwellings in
    Sydney, Australia. Over a ten-day stretch, Murray and Smith recorded hardware based
    wigouts with neither boundary nor fear of judgment from the godheads that loomed
    ominously over the lysergic liturgy.


    Gardland shared a swathe of this desert delirium as the first release via their newly
    formed Hunter Gatherers label. With this gesture, they posed a new paradigm for
    Sydney's sometimes-static social-musical consciousness by delivering uncompromising
    electronic music rife with rigor and real-deal feel.


    Syndrome Syndrome was written and recorded in a small room over a series of slavishly
    inspired sessions. Living within earshot of each other, Murray and Smith bucked the
    unconventional confab this comfort allows in favor of a workingman's deftness. In the
    middle of this process, Gardland's primary synthesizers were stolen at a gig. Impervious
    and industrious, the blank slate catalyzed their creative flow instead of stunting it,
    eventually filling to the frame with the eleven uneasy pieces of Syndrome Syndrome.


    If linearity in techno / house is the convention, Syndrome Syndrome avoids flat-lining in
    its spiral and fractal formations. The beats here don't "drop", they appear erratically in
    uncertain quantum logic. The harmonic architecture forms cavernous canopies in place
    of metronomic melodies, while the convulsive human hand lays tonal tile that may or
    may not crumble on contact.


    Perhaps the most revelatory aspect to Murray and Smith's desert quest was their willing
    submission to co-exist with disorder - to have and to stranglehold for better or for
    worse. That transcendence only explains the psychosomatic palettes of Syndrome
    Syndrome though. The distinct other-ness of Gardland's reach succeeds by laying waste
    to compositional clichÉ, by mining the full contour and imperfections of electronic music
    shapes, and by allowing ghost narratives back into aperture to cause chaos and a spot
    of fun.

    LP 1
    1. Grrone
    2. Syndrome Syndrome
    3. Katarakt
    4. One In None
    5. Ode To Ode
    6. Trepan Heke


    LP 2
    1. Magicville
    2. Ride Wid Me
    3. Success In Circuit
    4. Nothing But Not Zero
    5. Hell Flur

    Gardland
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    Dublin Blues

    Available On Vinyl For The First Time


    Dublin Blues is an album by American singer-songwriter Guy Clark, originally released in 1995.


    A mere three years after Boats to Build, Guy Clark offered Dublin Blues, a record filled with sizzle, inspiration, and his
    best batch of songs in years. Teaming with Miles Wilkinson for the third time and using in the studio for the first time
    his road band -- which included Über guitarist and singer Darrell Scott -- Clark delivered a batch of searing portraits,
    intimate observations, first-person narratives, and one dumb throwaway cut ("Baby Took A Limo to Memphis").
    As usual, some old friends return to the fold -- Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, Sam Bush, Verlon Thompson, Kenny
    Malone, and Suzy Ragsdale -- but there were new faces at the time that joined in like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Nanci
    Griffith, and Kathy Mattea.


    The magic begins with the title track. Haunted Celtic melodies played on the fiddle and a mandolin with an acoustic
    guitar usher in a country song that could be from the countryside of Ireland. With Mattea on the backing vocals,
    the listener is transported between worlds in time and space. "Black Diamond Strings" is a friendly little number
    about what else: guitar strings! Its catchy hook and singalong chorus make it a Clark winner. "Shut Up and Talk to
    Me" features Scott playing the swinging blues as Clark counts off the music like a fierce memory. "Stuff That Works"
    is another of Clark's quiet observation tunes, where his words speak volumes and the instruments underline their
    meanings. It's a workingman's anthem sung seemingly from the workshop bench. But "Hank Williams Said It Best,"
    "Tryin' to Try," "Cape," and "Hangin' Your Life on the Wall" are all tremendous in their scope and intimacy. They are
    full of dimension and depth, and Wilkinson gives them textures.


    The set ends with a re-recording of the spooky yet shattering elegy "The Randall Knife" Clark cut on Better Days. The
    difference here is age. The view Clark sings from is one of distance and age. "The Randall Knife" doesn't feel quite
    so spooky this time out, but it does resonate with empathy and even tenderness. As it winds to a close, the listener
    is left not in bewildered silence but in awe that such a bond exists at all.

    1. Dublin Blues
    2. Black Diamond Strings
    3. Shut Up And Talk To Me
    4. Stuff That Works
    5. Hank Williams Said It Best
    6. The Cape
    7. Baby Took a Limo to Memphis
    8. Tryin' To Try
    9. Hangin' Your Life On The Wall
    10. The Randall Knife
    Guy Clark
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    American Beauty (On Sale)

    The Most American Folk-Rock Ever Made: Indelible Harmonies, Spare Playing, and Gorgeous Textures Surround Masterfully Crafted Songs


    Close Your Eyes As the Dead Serenade You in Your Room: MoFi Edition of American Beauty Epitomizes Realistic Space, Vocals, Instrumentation, and Ambience


    Ranked #261 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Includes "Truckin'," "Sugar Magnolia," "Friend of the Devil," "Ripple"


    American Beauty is the most perfectly realized, superbly played, and openly natural folk-rock record ever released. They don't make albums like this anymore, but thankfully, Mobile Fidelity's extraordinary 180g 45RPM 2LP set allows you to experience this 1970 masterpiece with unrivaled intimacy, realism, detail, and perspective. The Dead might as well be sitting on a Persian carpet right in your living room.


    The pinnacle of the Dead's studio output, American Beauty lives up to its name-as well as that of the "American Reality" ambigram on the iconic cover. Airy vocal harmonies blow like fresh breezes. Strummed acoustic guitars amicably intermingle with plaintive percussive beats. Warmth, relaxation, and poignancy envelop the performances and create sensations of bliss, peace, and honesty. Songs flower with majestic melodies and emotionally direct lyrics. It's a rare album that invites and makes you feel, restores one's faith, and renews one's appreciation for all life offers.


    Mastered from the original master tapes and pressed on 180g LP at RTI, this deluxe analog set possesses seemingly limitless dynamics, reference-grade presence, and expansive soundstages. The seamless, effortless integration of the group's vocals has always been a high point of American Beauty, and when you hear it here, you'll want every record you own to sound half as good. Every member's distinctive singing resounds with tube-like clarity; the intended expressionism is as plain as day. Instruments, too, resonate in glorious Technicolor. The supple tension of Phil Lesh's bass lines, charismatic timbres of Jerry Garcia's pedal-steel fills, and interwoven dialogue between the pianos and percussion are rendered with lifelike scale and tone.


    Made just months after its companion release, Workingman's Dead, the San Francisco legends' second 1970 masterpiece furthers the former work's close-knit relationship between country and folk while adding extra rock and bluegrass currents. Understated amplified passages, graceful melodies, layered singing, and old-time string flavors-including mandolin work from masterful guest David Grisman-bestow the material with easygoing, comfortable vibes. Again taking advantage of the best songwriting of Robert Hunter's career, the Dead turns in its most collective studio performance, with every individual contributing equally and focusing on nothing but the songs at hand.


    Indeed, Garcia doesn't even indulge in a single guitar solo on the record. A majority of fare lacks any significant instrumental breaks. The Dead recorded the foundations (drums, bass, acoustic guitars) of nearly every track live, which helps explain why American Beauty sounds so powerfully rich and clear. Coupled with the band's personal reflections of the circumstances surrounding them-Bob Weir's parents had died, Garcia's mother and Lesh's father were in the process of passing, Ron "Pigpen" McKernan's health was in decline-these characteristics combined to yield a purity of heart that exceeds that managed by Dead peers (and roots revivalist leaders) The Band and Bob Dylan.


    From Garcia's breathtaking gospel-laden homage to his mother ("Brokedown Palace") to Lesh's healing salve in the form of the groove-based "Box of Rain," from Weir's jaunty and free-wheeling summer escape "Sugar Magnolia" to McKernan's eloquently simple homespun plea "Operator," all the way to the closing autobiographical anthem "Truckin'," American Beauty feels like the warm, spirit-infusing embrace of a loved one after a long journey away. Welcome home.


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    1. Box of Rain
    2. Friend of the Devil
    3. Sugar Magnolia
    4. Operator
    5. Candyman
    6. Ripple
    7. Brokedown Palace
    8. Till the Morning Comes
    9. Attics of My Life
    10. Truckin'
    Grateful Dead
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    Double Nickels On The Dime

    Ranked 411/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


    The Minutemen's revolutionary working-man's jazz/punk/rock 1984 album Double Nickels On The Dime sprawls across 43 angry, literate, incredibly short tracks. Underscored by George Hurley's crisp, off-kilter drumming, the tight clarity of these compositions is still stunning. The finest album of the Minutemen's career, Double Nickels On The Dime is remarkably as impressive as it is ambitious.

    1. D.'s Car Jam/Anxious Mo-Fo
    2. Theatre Is the Life of You

    3. Viet Nam
    4. Cohesion
    5. It's Expected I'm Gone
    6. #1 Hit Song
    7. Two Beads at the End
    8. Do You Want New Wave or Dou Want the Truth?

    9. Don't Look Now
    10. Shit from an Old Notebook
    11. Nature Without Man
    12. One Reporters Opinion
    13. Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing

    14. Maybe Partying Will Help

    15. Toadies
    16. Retreat
    17. Big Foist
    18. God Bows to Math
    19. Corona
    20. Glory of Man
    21. Take 5, D.
    22. My Heart and the Real World
    23. History Lesson, Pt. 2
    24. You Need the Glory
    25. Roar of the Masses Could Be Farts
    26. West Germany
    27. Politics of Time
    28. Themselves
    29. Please Don't Be Gentle With Me
    30. Nothing Indeed
    31. No Exchange
    32. There Ain't Shit on T.V. Tonight
    33. This Ain't No Picnic
    34. Spillage
    35. Untitled Song for Latin America
    36. Jesus and Tequila
    37. June 16th
    38. Storm in My House
    39. Martin's Story
    40. Doctor Wu
    41. World According to Nouns

    42. Love Dance
    43. Three Car Jam
    Minutemen
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    Roadhouse Sun

    With a writing style that echoes the working-man sympathy anthems of Woody Guthrie combined with the folky nature of Bob Dylan and a voice that mirrors Bruce Springsteen's, Ryan Bingham is quickly making a name for himself as one of the up and coming Texas bred songwriters. Born in Hobbs, New Mexico, and raised in rural Texas towns like Spring and Stephenville, Bingham made his living as a bullrider on the Texas rodeo circuit. He entertained his rodeo buddies with songs while selling his self-produced records at small clubs and rodeos along the way. His songwriting and voice soon got him noticed by idol and mentor Joe Ely along with Terry Allen, Guy Clark and other Texas legends. His major label debut, 2007's Mescalito, bears the hardscrabble marking of someone accustomed to the tough life. It veers from campfire balladry to ragged roots rock that bristles with roadhouse energy, wrote No Depression. Bingham's major label follow-up Roadhouse Sun is set for release in May of 2009 from Lost Highway Records.
    1. Day Is Done
    2. Dylan's Hard Rain
    3. Tell My Mother I Miss Her So
    4. Country Roads
    5. Bluebird
    6. Snake Eyes
    7. Endless Ways
    8. Change Is
    9. Rollin' Highway Blues
    10. Hey Hey Hurray
    11. Roadhouse Blues
    12. Wishing Well
    Ryan Bingham And The Dead Horses
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