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Friday, December 12, 2008

momus, bruce springsteen, the wedding present, the new year, pavement, sting

Ick Music has Bruce Springsteen's Santa Boss is Coming to Town compilation.

Bradley's Almanac has The Wedding Present 10-6-08.

Momus is making his out of print albums available for free download. Here is The Poison Boyfriend originally released on Creation Records in 1987.

Funeral Pudding has two Pavement shows, 4-21-97 and 12-4-92.

Largehearted Boy lets you know that Eric Tamm has made his book Brian Eno: His Music and the Vertical Color of Sound available for free download.

The website has an interview and songs of an unknown origin from The New Year.

Next to Don Henley, few people suck the life out of rock and roll more than Sting. Big O has Sting from June 1993.





























No Qualms compilation has been released. This double cd features 150 minutes of music by 43 bands, the majority of which are from Rhode Island, the homebase of 75orLess. Other performers on this compilation are from such diverse locations as Wisconsin, New Jersey, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Chicago, New Hampshire, Los Angeles, Connecticut, New Hampshire and France. Lots of free songs to download. This release is limited to 100 silkscreened copies and is only $7.00. You can order a copy over at the label website.


Track Listing



DISC ONE

1. Clouds & Monsters - Don't Pray

2. Memory Men - Sudden Flash

3. Coma Coma - You'll Find Out

4. MW Ensemble - Layers (live)

5. Killing Pablo - Student Film

6. The Spectacular Fantastic - Try Try Try

7. Alien Father - Sails on Boats... Beautiful

8. Prison or the Moon - Newport Directory

9. The Diepods - Slip Up

10. Six Star General - Drowning in Garbage

11. Fashion Failures - Serial Killer

12. Wolverton Brothers - That's Right!

13. Mustache Ride - Viceroy

14. The Jesse Minute - Milo

15. The Diggers - Song for the Space Mouse

16. von Doom - Black Light

17. The Propellers - Lifted

18. The RHD Players - Begging, Kicking, Screeching

19. Turn Blue - When The One The Sun Names (Happens Briefly)

20. Ben Pilgrim - I Will Hold Her Hand Again

21. Pop Rox - Pensacola

22. Nathan Xander - Trial By Fire

23. Suicide Bill - Suicide Summer



DISC TWO

1. Hope Anchor - Super Collider

2. Tanked 4M - Makers Mark #4

3. The Inclined - Just Not The Same

4. 15er - If You Don't Stand for Anything

5. The Dial MZ - Music from the Myth

6. The Masons with Bob Kendall - Undertow

7. Two Guys and Another Guy - Life's Harsh Reality

8. Next - All of Shat

9. Dopey Lopes - Girl in the Pizza Store Window

10. The Blood Moons - Downtown

11. The Cobra-Matics - Rocker

12. Nate Laban - Chubby

13. The Skinny Millionaires - No Imagination

14. Minky Starshine - Good to Me

15. Sharks Come Cruisin - Santo Allo

16. Baylies Band - Prince of Providence

17. Kill Kill Kill - Under the Thumb

18. SPVRS - Dragnet

19. The Empire Shall Fall - Kingdom

20. Guntaard - Deviants Night Out


m @ 5:18 AM


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