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Friday, February 01, 2008

prince, cat power, of montreal, rem, pete townsend, amy winehouse, vice chestnutt, the who, the spectacular fantastic



Bradley's Almanac has a live compilation available as a fundraiser for J Robbin's son Cal. I highly encourage you to donate.

Of Mirror Eye returned recently and has Cat Power and Loren Mazzacane Connors live 10-7-99.

Licorice Pizza has Pete Townsend's demos for the Who Are You album.

Thanks Captain Obvious has various covers.

Popdose has Prince live 1985.

You Aint No Picasso has a boatload of covers from Of

Montreal
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The Wheels Still Spin has a write-up and music from The Spectacular Fantastic.

Captains Dead has Vic Chestnutt 11-29-95, The Who's "The Punk Meets The Godfather" demos and rehearsals, REM 6-15-89.

Big O has Amy Winehouse 10-15-07.





75OL-037 The Spectacular Fantastic's "Consume" EP has been released in a silkscreened edition of 75 copies. The Spectacular Fantastic is a pop leaning rock band from the outskirts of Cincinnati. The duo, featuring multi-instrumentalists' Mike Detmer and Jonathan Williams, return with their new EP "Consume", co-released with Cincinnati's Ionik Recordings. This EP contains a link for a free download of the online only 'Reward' EP. Having made some of their back catalog available for free downloads, the band believes that allowing the listener to decide what to pay for music is the wave of the future for independent artists. For fans of The Beatles, Neil Young, and Sebadoh. You can download the track Tiny Little Heart or order a copy at the 75orLess Records website for only $6.00 postpaid.



























Twenty five free mp3s from the 75orLess Record label


Today, we offer a collection of free downloads from our 75orLess Records roster. All of the bands listed below are from the Rhode Island-Southeastern Massachusetts area and have been kind enough to allow these songs to be available.

The Propellers
Crop Circles
Colt State
Man On Edge
Torches
Vint Spiders
Deshingling
Guntaard
Spraying Black and Gold
Get Naked and Roll Around In It
Killing Pablo
The Eunich from Munich
aHOFF
The Cold War
Tender Truth
New Romance
Fred Kendal Abong
Messy
Vultures
Six Star General
Hamburgini
Sun Up Pants Down (Jordan Kitchen Sink Remix)
Smokers Tooth Polish
The Spectacular Fantastic - Tiny Little Heart
Fashion Failures - Society's Flaw
Baylies Band - Let's Get Stabbed
Frenzy of Tongs - The Traffic
Ben Pilgrim - God Should Have Made You Ugly
Chris Evil and the Taints - Watch You Die
The Inclined - Is That Enough?
The Followers - Has Its Moments
The Masons - Spaceman



this week is the two year anniversary of the 75orLess record label. too busy too do anything special but very big thanks to everyone who contributes to make it happen.

m @ 5:30 AM


the found music site
in case you are new here....we post irregularly to our favorite links to rare and live music available for download. we do not link to lossless files, as we are half deaf ourselves. we also don't host any files, as we do not comprehend the technology. we simply stumble across this stuff and share the links. please support all the websites and bands that do all the real work getting this music into your ears. all the sites listed below have more great music and content. most of these links will go dead at some point so grab the music while you can.

We are based out of Providence, Rhode Island. We offer no apologies, nor should you hold that against us. More info here on 75orLess at any of these web pages:

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