31 May 2011

AVOCADO BABY A Million and Nine and Sex and Gum 1995


Thanks to Jon for the up!


Tracklist

A1 Acceleration
A2 Sleeping Bed Big Bag
A3 Pair Of Spoons
A4 Crayoned In
A5 Lipstick Lover
A6 Cold Hands
A7 Letter From Stephen Drennan
A8 Warmthness
A9 Cool Schmool
A10 Caffeine Rush
A11 Sexual Deviant
A12 Running Fast And Drunk
A13 Kitchen Fridge
A14 Bigger
A15 Pung Rock
A16 Squeaking Milk Bottle
A17 Parachute Drop
A18 Carpet Stain Remover
A19 Groovy Shoes
B1 Specifics
B2 Outer Space Lover
B3 The Wonderful World Of Ballet
B4 Dumb And In Love
B5 Choose Day
B6 Telephone Antagonism
B7 Arrogant Cat
B8 3 Way Plastic Love
B9 Jail House Fuck
B10 It's A Celebration
B11 Fizzing
B12 We Like To Do It
B13 International Sex
B14 Spanner
B15 Sad
B16 Permamint
B17 Gnat And Melley Creature
B18 Apologetic Telephone
B19 I Like It Like
B20 Fuck Indian
B21 Greedy
B22 Oh Yeah: Youth Is Dead

ELEVATOR THROUGH Original Music From The Motion Picture 'The Such' 1998


Thanks to Jenz for the up!


Artist Biography by


While still recording with Moncton, New Brunswick's indie rock outfit Eric's Trip in 1994, guitarist Rick White and drummer Mark Gaudet began the side project Elevator to Hell with bassist Tara White and keyboard player Ron Bates. After Eric's Trip collapsed in 1996, Elevator to Hell became the main band for White and Gaudet. In 1996 the quartet signed to Sub Pop, White and Gaudet's former home with Eric' s Trip. The label made a deal with Elevator to Hell on the strength of their live shows and their album, Parts 1-2, released by the group in February 1995 and later re-released by Sub Pop on vinyl. After the band released their debut, they followed up with a 7" single on Sappy Records, the label of former Eric Trip's bandmate Julie Doiron Claytor. It was then, in early 1996, that Bates left the band because keyboard parts weren't being written into the songs as much and also for the fact that he was busy with his other group, Orange Glass.

Vague Premonition
By this time, the band had inked their official contract with Sub Pop and released their second full-length album, Part 3, which appeared on shelves in July 1996 in vinyl format only. Since both Parts 1-2 and Part 3 were only available on vinyl, Sub Pop released a CD in August that included both albums titled Parts 1-3. While continuing their affiliation with Sub Pop, the band released two more 7"s for Sappy and Squirtgun, before their next LP, 1997's Eerieconsiliation. Another series of releases would appear on labels like Astral Navigation and Murderecords in the following two years. Following those recordings, the band decided that they wanted to shorten their name, so they changed it to Elevator Through and released their fourth LP in 1999, Vague Premonition. The band changed their name once again in 2000 to Elevator and signed to the Toronto, Canada label Teenage USA and released the full-length A Taste of Complete Perspective.
  
Tracklist 

1 The Such
2 Descending
3 The Pick Up
4 Fate
5 Wink
6 Second Coming
7 Wait For Tommorow
8 Sleep Experiment No. 3

30 May 2011

ZEN FRISBEE I'm as Mad as Faust 1998


By request

Thanks to Jon for the up!


SUPERCHARGER self titled 1997



MOXY FRUVOUS B Album 1998


by request


Tracklist 

1 Big Fish
2 Jenny Washington
3 The Greatest Man In America (Live)
4 Ash Hash
5 I Love My Boss
6 Gord's Gold
7 Johnny Saucep'n
8 The Ballad Of Cedric Früvous
9 Entropy
10 The Kids' Song (Live)

EMILY'S SASSY LIME Desperate Scared But Social 1995


By request


WE WILL FALL The Iggy Pop Tribute 1997


By request

27 May 2011

BUILT TO SPILL Center of The Universe EP 1999


Thanks to Jenz !

SOLOMON GRUNDY self titled 1990


By request
and thanks to Achilles for the upload!


25 May 2011

THE LAPSE


Betrayal
1998


Heaven Ain't Happenin'
2000



LUSTRE KING Shoot the Messenger 1999




BEEKEEPER Ostrich 1998


Thanks Jenz !


Tracklist  

1 Wait Til Then
2 Dead And Drugged
3 Flight
4 Won
5 Complete
6 Watching You Die
7 Muscle Car
8 So Quiet
9 Men
10 Two Men
11 Dying Day
12 Mabel

23 May 2011

I HATE THE 90S Volume 2 Compilation


1. Cold Water Flat - Virus Road
2. Lida Husik - AZT No
3. Loosegoats - Destined to Be a B-Side
4. Acetone - Chew
5. Red House Painters - Have You Forgotten
6. Maria McKee - I Can't Make It Alone (acoustic edit)
7. Red Dye No. 9 - Pigeon
8. American Music Club - The President's Test for Physical Fitness
9. Linda Perry - Jackie
10. Sammy - Rudy
11. Pavement - Painted Soldiers
12. Uncle Green - He's the Man
13. Fossil - Moon
14. The Marinernine - On My Back
15. Huffy - 50 Yard Dash
16. Man or Astroman? - Escape Velocity
17. Fury in the Slaughterhouse - Dead Before I Was Born
18. Gouds Thumb - Together
19. Maggie Estep - Scab Maids on Speed
20. The Grays - Very Best Years

22 May 2011

SUKPATCH Haulin' Grass and Smokin' Ass 1997


Thanks to Buddha Boy for the heads up on finding this for us.



FLUF Waikiki 1997

Requested all the way from Ukraine by Dsvvsd!


HIPPOPOTAMUS

self titled
1996

3 Sounds
1992 (?)

A pretty obscure band signed to Grass Records.
Funny thing - I don't remember them and I loved the Grass Records bands.



THE BEAR QUARTET Penny Century 1992


Thanks again Jenz !

20 May 2011

19 May 2011

CERTAIN DISTANT SUNS Happy on the Inside 1995


By request
Reupped January 2013



18 May 2011

JOE CHRISTMAS North to the Future 1996


Thanks to Martin for the up!


THE CLEARS self titled


Thanks to Arthur Rambo for this upload! Check out his cool blog, He/Sheattle.




BULKHEAD Plunk 1992

Thanks for the upload, Martin !


Tracklist

1 Vote The Man 3:32
2 Jesus Threw Up A Highway For Me 3:11
3 Mike TV 3:03
4 Two Different Languages 2:49
5 Fall River 3:21
6 Heap 3:18
7 Hot For Tescher 1:14
8 Psychic 3:25
9 A-Dong Market 3:29
10 Kinder 4:03
11 Mortal 4:19
12 Leaves In Virginia 2:29

ZOOM

Helium Octipede
1993

self titled
1993

Thanks again, Martin !



15 May 2011

SECRET STARS self titled 1996


By request


THE LEMONHEADS It's About Time EP 1993


Thanks Jenz !

POND self titled 1993



Discogs

Artist Biography by


Rock Collection
High school buddies Chris Brady and Charlie Campbell relocated from their hometown of Juneau, AK, to Portland, OR, in 1989. Two years later, they recruited drummer Dave Triebwasser (ex-Thrillhammer) and formed Pond. They were quickly signed to Sub Pop, and their eponymous 1993 debut album fit nicely into the Pacific Northwest grunge movement that was dominating popular music. But with their short hair and earnest songs, Pond never quite fit into the grunge scene and they struggled to gain notoriety outside of Portland and Seattle, where they had in fact become quite popular. Their second Sub Pop album, 1995's The Practice of Joy Before Death, brought a darker sound, but not a wider audience. Despite their limited fan base, critical acclaim was building, and eventually Pond would become one of many up-and-coming bands to sign to a major label. That label was Sony's WORK Group, and Pond's fantastic major debut Rock Collection appeared in 1997 to much critical praise but a collective yawn from consumers. Their single, "Spokes," did not garner consistent radio play outside of the Northwest, and Rock Collection disappeared from the commercial radar soon after its release. Pond parted ways with Sony in early 1998 and was rumored to be working on a new album. But by late 1998, Pond's members had moved on to different interests, making a new Pond album unlikely to happen in the future. 

Tracklist

1 Young Splendor 4:46
2 Perfect Four 3:31
3 Gone 5:17
4 Agatha 4:43
5 Tree 4:32
6 Wheel 5:03
7 Spots 4:40
8 Foamy 5:02
9 Grinned 3:32
10 Filler 4:03