• 1.1. late century dream
  • 1.2. rainy streets
  • 1.3. phone sex
  • 1.4. florida's on fire
  • 1.5. out on the wing
  • 1.6. the animal has left its shell
  • 1.7. act surprised
  • 1.8. art class (song for yayoi kusama)
  • 1.9. what do you look forward to?
  • 1.10. drool collection
  • 2.1. late-century dream (acoustic demo)
  • 2.2. rainy streets (acoustic demo)
  • 2.3. the hot break (acoustic demo)
  • 2.4. florida's on fire (acoustic demo)
  • 2.5. act surprised (acoustic demo)
  • 2.6. a collection of accounts (acoustic demo)
  • 2.7. art class (song for yayoi kusama) (acoustic demo)
  • 2.8. flying aka out on the wing (acoustic demo)
  • 2.9. becoming a speck (acoustic demo)
  • 2.10. frank's bath aka phone sex (acoustic demo)
  • 2.11. the animal has left its shell (acoustic demo)
  • 2.12. corp song aka what do you look forward to? (acoustic demo)
  • 2.13. drool collection (acoustic demo)

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here's to shutting up (reissue)

HERE'S TO SHUTTING UP
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HERE'S TO SHUTTING UP
(REISSUE)

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Black vinyl in jacket w/ vellum overwrap + bonus CD "Bestial Warning" (acoustic demos for "Here's to Shutting Up"). To write the songs for Here's to Shutting Up, we gathered in Jim's garage (he lived way out in the woods) a couple times a week for what seemed like months. We started from actual scratch with no demos or concepts, just playing instrumental music with our usual gear plus a Casio. Sometimes one of us would play the keys instead of our normal instrument, or Jon would hop on guitar and we'd use the Casio drum machine for the beat. We ended up with a LOT of ideas and plenty of good names for them_"Frank's Bath," "There's Something About Marvin," and "Bestial Warning" to name a few. We recorded practice onto MiniDisc or cassette, and I would ... read more