• 1.1. haha
  • 1.2. fastbuck
  • 1.3. all down
  • 1.4. mandead/searching the desert
  • 1.5. doesn't time fly
  • 1.6. dead crazy
  • 1.7. don't like
  • 1.8. f#
  • 1.9. clowns
  • 1.10. gee
  • 1.11. southside johnny
  • 1.12. i wonder what's the matter with papa's little angel child
  • 1.13. i wanna ride
  • 2.1. shovels
  • 2.2. rock n roll
  • 2.3. mother
  • 2.4. more than love
  • 2.5. george
  • 2.6. nobodys fault but mine
  • 2.7. fractured
  • 2.8. love me
  • 2.9. baby baby
  • 2.10. nice
  • 2.11. shoeshine shuffle
  • 2.12. gun 'em down
  • 2.13. dog
  • 2.14. curtains
  • 3.1. fun fun fun
  • 3.2. if you can't
  • 3.3. last time
  • 3.4. hear me calling
  • 3.5. h.d.
  • 3.6. i don't wanna go out
  • 3.7. lightning's girl
  • 3.8. sad, lonely and blue
  • 3.9. pure religion
  • 3.10. play with fire
  • 3.11. loudmouth
  • 3.12. we've gotta get out of this place
  • 3.13. paint it black
  • 3.14. street fighting man
  • 3.15. ann
  • 4.1. motorbike girl
  • 4.2. possum
  • 4.3. drag your dog
  • 4.4. ever again
  • 4.5. highway
  • 4.6. confused blues
  • 4.7. i'll be rested
  • 4.8. pumping a line
  • 4.9. meter
  • 4.10. social suction
  • 4.11. trouble
  • 4.12. valve frank
  • 4.13. arse
16. März 2012
Label: SUB POP
Genre: Indie

feedtime

the aberrant years

THE ABERRANT YEARS

4 CD  €  28,99
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With "the Aberrant years", Sub Pop finally realizes our goal of releasing feedtime, a longtime staff favorite and a huge influence on the label's early artists. "the Aberrant years" collects the entire output of feedtime's 1978-1989 line up, including their self-titled debut, "shovel", "Cooper S" and "suction", plus gobs of rare bonus tracks and extensive liner notes by band biographer Leon O'Regan in a full-color booklet. From 1978 or 1979 (dates are hazy) until the breakup of their classic line up in 1989, Sydney, Australia's feedtime - no, that's not a typo, the f is lowercase - shoved their mutant fusion of early American blues, stripped-down hard rock and minimalist punk on an often-hostile music scene. Their raw vision of rock music and disdain ... read more