75orLess Found Music

Friday, August 10, 2007

tom waits, patti smith, postal service, husker du, dead meadow, sub pop singles club, devendra barnhart, deerhunter, and two new releases from 75orLess Records

Captains Dead has Husker Du 6-23-84.

Southern Shelter has Deerhunter 7-26-07.

Jamies Runout Groove has some Tom Waits Live 2004.

Jefito has The Postal Service live 4-25-03.

Kwana Ya Kisser has Devendra Barnhart live 9-16-04.

Pop Drivel has Patti Smith live on MPR 8-7-07 and also the Dead Meadow Peel Sessions from 2001.

I am Fuel You are Friends has a collection from the Sub Pop Singles Club.


75OL-022 The Followers - Secret Handshake

Silkscreened Edition of 50 copies. Label limited to 20 numbered copies with blue, bronze, green and red inks on silver jackets.

$6.00 S&H Included

Track Listing

1. Has Its Moments
2. Helter Shelter
3. Turning On The Charm
4. Intentional Walk
5. I'm On It
6. A Day In The Afterlife
7. Pretty Sneaky Sis
8. Suicide Pact
9. Secret Handshake
10. Never Trust A Junkie

After a decade spent as ghost detainees incarcerated at an undisclosed detention camp, the legendary and incendiary Followers return with an album hailed as "Un-American" and labeled "Subversive" by the Department of Homeland Security and the hegemonic Christian Coalition. Long feared confiscated or deleted under the auspices of the inestimable Patriot Act, the insurrectionary and vitriolic album dubbed 'Secret Handshake' finally makes its commercial debut. Admittedly an intractable reaction to animal vivisection, authoritarianism, and rampant fascism in America, and inspired to a great extent by psychotropic and flammable solvents, the release of the mercurial and vehement 10 track recording promises to deliver The Followers back into CIA hands to be remanded in Eastern Europe for another decade.

75OL-024 Killing Pablo - A Collection of Songs on Compact Disc

Silkscreened Edition of 150 copies with white jackets. Label limited to 10 numbered copies with silver jackets.

$6.00 S&H Included

Track Listing

1. turquoise mountain
2. the eunich from munich
3. live from the point five
4. opinionated
5. das funk
6. new weathermen
7. the spaceman lee
8. dancing marxist

Recorded and mixed in two marathon 8 hour sessions with engineer Jason Macierowski, "A Collection of Songs..." revisits the mammoth crescendos and washed out space guitar of their previous release and expands them, taking tense quiet melodies and then throwing them at a brick wall of guitar shrapnel and shattered drum sticks. For fans of Built to Spill, Shellac, the Who, Hum, Mogwai, etc.

lastly, a couple of sites I recommend, Worthless Trash and Be The Boy.

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