• 1.1. forever means
  • 1.2. rehab doll
  • 1.3. swallow my pride
  • 1.4. together we'll never
  • 1.5. smilin' and dyin'
  • 1.6. porkfist
  • 1.7. take a dive
  • 1.8. one more stitch
  • 1.9. 10000 things (rehab recovery)
  • 1.10. hangin' tree (rehab recovery)
  • 1.11. rehab doll (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.12. swallow my pride (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.13. together we'll never (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.14. smilin' and dyin' (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.15. porkfist (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.16. take a dive (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.17. somebody (reciprocal 8-track demo)
  • 1.18. queen bitch (reciprocal 8-track demo)
25. Januar 2019
Label: SUB POP

green river

rehab doll (deluxe)

REHAB DOLL
(DELUXE)

2 LP  €  22,99
In stock. Delivery in Germany in 2-3 working days
Only 3 left in stock!
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REHAB DOLL
(DELUXE)

CD  €  17,99
In stock. Delivery in Germany in 2-3 working days
Only 1 left in stock!
price incl. VAT , excl. shipping

product info

Gatefold jacket! The story of Seattle's rise to global rock supremacy in the late '80s and early '90s begins with Green River. Made up of Jeff Ament (bass), Mark Arm (guitar/vocals), Bruce Fairweather (guitar), Stone Gossard (guitar), and Alex Shumway (drums), the quintet put out three 12"s and a 7" single during its brief existence. Green River's influence on Seattle's music scene spread far and wide thanks to the members' dispersion into bands including Pearl Jam, Mudhoney, and Love Battery, as well as the punk-glam-sludge-rock songs they left behind. "By '83, '84, there was definitely a movement that was happening within hardcore, like Black Flag slowing down for My War," says Arm. "The Replacements and Butthole Surfers were rearing their heads, ... read more