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    Feels posted about this new book, Gimme Indie Rock, where the author compiles 500 essential American indie records from 1981-1996. He includes quite a few obscure (and VERY obscure acts) amongst the canon. I'm going through the book right now and making a Spotify playlist with all of the albums that they have in their library. Once I finish it, I'll update this post with the albums that aren't in their library in case people want to track them down.

    Let's talk about the cool ass records this guy inspires us to discover!

    Edit: The Spotify playlist is complete.

    Here are the albums that aren't on Spotify. This is not the complete list.

    100 Flowers – 100 Flowers*
    Anastasia Screamed – Laughing Down the Limehouse*
    Bakamono – The Cry of the Turkish Fig Peddler*
    Bastro – Diablo Guapo*
    Bastro – Sing the Troubled Beast*
    Beck – One Foot in the Grave
    Big Black – Atomizer
    Big Black – Songs About Fucking
    Big Black – Pigpile
    Bikini Kill – Pussy Whipped
    Bikini Kill – Reject All American*
    Blake Babies – Sunburn*
    Blonde Redhead – La Mia Vita Violenta*
    Bloodsport – I Am the Game*
    Bongwater – Double Bummer / Breaking No New Ground*
    Bottle Rockets – Bottle Rockets*
    Glenn Branca – The Ascension
    Bush Tetras – Wild Things*
    Butthole Surfers – Double Live
    Cap’n Jazz – Burritos, etc.*
    Charles Brown Superstar – Days of Our Drive / Sweet Piece of Ass*
    Rhys Chatham – Factor X*
    Coral – Pillowtalk*
    Crayon – Brick Factory*
    The Dambuilders – Encendedor*
    Das Damen – Triskaidekaphobe*
    Dead Kennedys – Plastic Surgery Disasters
    Dead Kennedys – Frankenchrist
    Dinosaur Jr. – Fossils
    Doo Rag – What We Do*
    Drive Like Jehu – Drive Like Jehu
    Dumptruck – D is for Dumptruck*
    Dwarves – Sugarfix*
    Evergreen – Seven Songs*
    The Feelies – Only Life*
    Fly Ashtray – Clumps Take A Ride*
    Fly Ashtray – Let’s Have Some Crate*
    Fly Ashtray – Tone Sensations of the Wonder-Men*
    The Frogs – It’s Only Right and Natural
    The Frogs – My Daughter the Broad*
    Further – Griptape*
    Further – Sometimes Chimes*
    Game Theory - The Big Shot Chronicles*
    Game Theory – Lolita Nation*
    Gastr Del Sol – The Serpentine Similar*
    Gastr Del Sol – Crookt, Crackt, or Fly
    The Geraldine Fibbers – Lost Somewhere Between the Earth and My Home*
    Gibson Bros. – The Man Who Loved Couch Dancing*
    Godheadsilo – The Scientific Supercake LP*
    Government Issue – Government issue*
    Green Magnet School – Blood Music*
    Grifters – So Happy Together*
    Jandek – Lost Cause*
    JFA – Untitled*
    Lilys – In the Presence of Nothing
    Lilys – Eccsame the Photon Band
    Luxurious Bags – Frayed Knots*
    Malingus Youth – More to It*
    Man Sized Action – Five Story Garage*
    J. Mascis – Martin + Me*
    Melvins – Lysol
    My Dad is Dead – The Taller You Are, the Shorter You Get*
    Negativland – Escape from Noise*
    Negativland – Helter Stupid*
    Negativeland – Fair Use*
    New Radiant Storm King – Rival Time*
    Nice Strong Arm – Reality Bath*
    No Trend – Too Many Humans*
    Nomeansno – Wrong*
    Opal – Happy Nightmare Baby*
    Pain Teens – Stimulation Festival*
    Palace Brothers – Days in the Wake
    Palace Music – Viva Last Blues
    Pavement – Westing (by Musket and Sextant)
    Pell Mell – Flow*
    Pussy Galore – Dial M for Motherfucker
    Rapeman – Two Nuns and a Pack Mule
    Rex – Rex*
    Rocket From the Crypt – Paint as a Fragrance*
    Royal Trux – Twin Infinitives*
    Royal Trux – Cats and Dogs*
    Run Westy Run – Green Cat Island*
    Salem 66 – A Ripping Spin*
    The Salvation Army – The Salvation Army*
    Savage Republic – Tragic Figures*
    Savage Republic – Ceremonial*
    Seam – Headsparks*
    Sebadoh – Weed Forestin’*
    Shellac – At Action Park
    Silkwork – His Absence is a Blessing*
    Silkwork – In the West*
    Silver jews – Starlite Walker*
    The Sleepers – Painless Nights*
    Smog – Julius Caesar
    Smog – Burning Kingdom*
    Smog – Wild Love
    Solomon Grundy – Solomon Grundy*
    Sorry – Imaginary Friend*
    Squirrel Bait – Squirrel Bait
    Squirrel Bait – Skag Heaven
    St. Johnny – High as a Kite*
    Starfish – Stellar Sonic Solutions*
    Steel Pole Bath Tub – Scars From Falling Down*
    Sun City Girls – Torch of the Mystics
    Sun City Girls – Kaliflower*
    Sun City Girls – Valentines From Matahari*
    Sun City Girls – Bright Lights Dark Beginnings*
    Sun City Girls – 330,003 Crossdressers From Beyond the Rig Veda
    Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 – Mother of All Saints*
    Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 – Admonishing the Bishops*
    Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 – The Funeral Pudding*
    Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 – Strangers From the Universe*
    Throwing Muses – Throwing Muses*
    Toiling Midgets – Sea of Unrest*
    Truly – Fast Stories … From Kid Coma*
    Trumans Water – Spasm Smash XXOXOX Ox & Ass*
    Trumans Water – Godspeed the Punchline*
    Uncle Wiggly – Across the Room and Into Your Lap*
    Uncle Wiggly – There Was an Elk*
    Uncle Wiggly – Non-Stuff*
    Unsane – Unsane*
    Unsane – Singles 88-92*
    Versus – Dead Leaves*
    Versus – Secret Swingers*
    Vertical Slit – Photograph Burns*
    Volcano Suns – Thing of Beauty*
    Wipers – Youth of America
    Wipers – Over the Edge
    World of Pooh – The Land of Thirst

    The asterisks just are to remind me which albums I've not heard.
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    Wonderful. I have heard literally none of these.
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    world of pooh ... why bother?
    Spicy pie is mainstream shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greghead View Post
    Wonderful. I have heard literally none of these.
    blonde redhead, pavement . really.
    Spicy pie is mainstream shit.

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    Arcwelder, Swirlies, and Further better be on this list...

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    Have you not heard that specific 100 Flowers album? Because I think it's included in full on the 100 Years Of Pulchritude compilation. If, for some reason, you haven't heard them at all (which I'm doubting, but it's possible) get on that immmmmmediately.
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    I was, at one point in my life, a pretty big Bottle Rockets fan. And I still listen to them on occasion. and almost certainly would not have chosen their debut album for any sort of "canon" list. The second album, The Brooklyn Side, is nearly perfect in my view -- it's the one that belongs on the list.

    nice to see Run Westy Run and the Geraldine Fibbers get some recognition.


    edit: in his autobiography Bob Mould claims that Grant Hart became a junkie when he (Hart) started hanging out with Run Westy Run, who were all using.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roboto View Post
    blonde redhead, pavement . really.
    I've heard of some of the bands, yeah, but not any of these individual albums. Never listened to much indie rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    I was, at one point in my life, a pretty big Bottle Rockets fan. And I still listen to them on occasion. and almost certainly would not have chosen their debut album for any sort of "canon" list. The second album, The Brooklyn Side, is nearly perfect in my view -- it's the one that belongs on the list.
    They're from Missouri and got some radio play - 'Radar Gun' and 'I'll Be Coming Around' - back in the mid-90's in my area. Wasn't a fan of those 2 songs so I never got into them.

    Negativland's Escape From Noise is a good album if you like groups who build songs out of sound samples. They also have a sense of humor, which is always a plus in my book. There's a song on there called 'Christianity is Stupid', where they have a repeated sample of a guy speaking over a megaphone, 'Christianity is stupid! Communism is good!'
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulDischarge View Post
    Have you not heard that specific 100 Flowers album? Because I think it's included in full on the 100 Years Of Pulchritude compilation. If, for some reason, you haven't heard them at all (which I'm doubting, but it's possible) get on that immmmmmediately.
    Naw, I'm not familiar. I really enjoy the Urinals, but never heard those guys. They will be one to download.

    The writeups in the book are alright, but it's the obscurity and breadth of the list that make this interesting. For example, I wasn't aware that Britt Walford of Slint had a band called Evergreen that put out a really rockin' and wild album in the mid 90s. And I had never heard Brick Layer Cake, the solo act of Todd Trainer, the drummer from Shellac. It's much more eerie and reserved.
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    Great playlist, Bryan

    Throwing Muses is on Spotify.

    Now go listen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zircona1 View Post
    They're from Missouri and got some radio play - 'Radar Gun' and 'I'll Be Coming Around' - back in the mid-90's in my area. Wasn't a fan of those 2 songs so I never got into them.
    I actually like the song "Radar Gun" but it's nowhere on a par with anything on The Brooklyn Side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Naw, I'm not familiar. I really enjoy the Urinals, but never heard those guys. They will be one to download.

    The writeups in the book are alright, but it's the obscurity and breadth of the list that make this interesting. For example, I wasn't aware that Britt Walford of Slint had a band called Evergreen that put out a really rockin' and wild album in the mid 90s. And I had never heard Brick Layer Cake, the solo act of Todd Trainer, the drummer from Shellac. It's much more eerie and reserved.


    And yeah, agreed. They're mostly just little blurbs, but it's a good round up of classics and obscurities. I actually have a decent amount of these albums but haven't really gotten around to listening to a lot of them, so it'll be cool to have something to focus in my listening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by santasutt View Post
    Great playlist, Bryan

    Throwing Muses is on Spotify.

    Now go listen!
    The correct one? I saw a 2003 or 2009 release by that title, but not the self-titled debut record. I'm surprised he didn't go with The Real Ramona for them.
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    Yeah, you're right. It's the second one, which is still pretty good rockin record. But not the 80's debut one.

    No Hunkpapa either.

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    Oh, and just to clarify for people who might look through the playlist and think, "Hey, that album title is wrong and I'm certain that's a compilation!" If I was able to get every song from an album through a compile, I put that in there instead. I also tried to avoid putting bonus tracks in, but I'm sure a few snuck past me.

    I was very pleasantly surprised by both Alice Donut (ugly, abrasive noise punk, reminiscent of The Gun Club at times) and Adickdid (a mix of sludgy Melvins rock and twee). The A Minor Forest album has some great stuff on it but was waaaaaay too long.
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    Thanks for putting this together, it's a great resource!

    I love Bill Callahan/Smog, and Wild Love, while probably not the best place to start, is a pretty interesting look at who he was before he grew into his voice, and started moving towards the more folk oriented songwriter stuff he does now. It's a sparse, fragile lo-fi sound, and a couple of the songs are really ugly, but the best tracks here rank among the top of his discography, in my opinion. Definitely worth checking out for anyone interested in Callahan that may not have heard it yet.


    Bathysphere is one of my favorite songs ever




    I also love the version he did for his live album a few years back




    Another of my favorites



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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Butthole Surfers – Double Live
    You can get this for free from their website:

    http://www.buttholesurfers.com/DoubleLiveMP3.html
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    Thanks for posting that here. I love that record, and the one they have online is the full version with extra songs that aren't on the LP.

    As far as Smog's shit goes, I really get on board with Red Apple Falls, although The Doctor Came At Dawn is a fucking depressing hell-hole of a record in the best way. That said, Bathysphere is a great, great song. Cat Power did a great cover of it:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5eJuX55EFo

    She also did a great cover of a Peter Jeffries song around the same time:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDCmIKBdjaI
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    You can get this for free from their website:

    http://www.buttholesurfers.com/DoubleLiveMP3.html
    This is awesome. Thank you.

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    Dang, I've been super busy the past couple of days and didn't see this thread until now. Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    For example, I wasn't aware that Britt Walford of Slint had a band called Evergreen that put out a really rockin' and wild album in the mid 90s.
    Oh yes, this album is so good! I actually first heard of it a few months ago from this "What's In My Bag?" with Lou Barlow.



    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    I was very pleasantly surprised by both Alice Donut (ugly, abrasive noise punk, reminiscent of The Gun Club at times) and Adickdid (a mix of sludgy Melvins rock and twee). The A Minor Forest album has some great stuff on it but was waaaaaay too long.
    Haha, these are the only three I've listened to so far as well. Same thoughts on Alice Donut. I also really liked Adickdid as well, I don't think I have heard a female fronted band with sludgy sounds before, so that was pretty interesting. And agreed on A Minor Forest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cormaic View Post
    I love Bill Callahan/Smog, and Wild Love, while probably not the best place to start, is a pretty interesting look at who he was before he grew into his voice, and started moving towards the more folk oriented songwriter stuff he does now. It's a sparse, fragile lo-fi sound, and a couple of the songs are really ugly, but the best tracks here rank among the top of his discography, in my opinion. Definitely worth checking out for anyone interested in Callahan that may not have heard it yet.


    Bathysphere is one of my favorite songs ever




    I also love the version he did for his live album a few years back




    Another of my favorites


    Yes, same here. He's one of my all time favorites. When it comes to early Smog I really really love Somewhere In The Night



    and Goldfish Bowl



    He sounded like a completely different person back then but still sooo good.

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    Boom!

    I've been scrolling through. I realized only around E or F that the book focused on American Indie. My confusion was grounded largely on seeing multiple (GREAT) albums by Bailter Space, one of the all-time great New Zealand groups. By the time they put out Vortura, the first album included here, they were quite literally the Gordons, one of the founders of New Zealand 80s indie music, all over again. The music is a steady progression from that gritty post-punk they played back then, when they were contemporaries with the noisier and (at the time) less song-oriented Sonic Youth. Check out the albums listed.
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    Oh and definitely cannot forget about Sleepy Joe...



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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Boom!

    I've been scrolling through. I realized only around E or F that the book focused on American Indie. My confusion was grounded largely on seeing multiple (GREAT) albums by Bailter Space, one of the all-time great New Zealand groups. By the time they put out Vortura, the first album included here, they were quite literally the Gordons, one of the founders of New Zealand 80s indie music, all over again. The music is a steady progression from that gritty post-punk they played back then, when they were contemporaries with the noisier and (at the time) less song-oriented Sonic Youth. Check out the albums listed.
    I've listened to Robot World by Bailter Space and I really liked it! I'll definitely check those others out.

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    Also in the Bs, I am heartily in favor of the latter-era Black Flag love. Although I prefer Loose Nut over Slip It In and Who's Got the 10 1/2" (Kira!) over Live 1984, that era of the band doesn't get enough recognition for how crazy good they were. Especially on that last album, In My Head, which definitely deserved its mention. It's that or My War for top of my personal Black Flag pile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    I've listened to Robot World by Bailter Space and I really liked it! I'll definitely check those others out.
    Also check out The Gordons, the early 80s band that has the same exact lineup as the band on Robot World and Vortura.
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    Oh awesome, will do. Once this super hectic week of mine slows down I can't wait to start listening to a lot more in that book.

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    I have not heard most of these albums. I'm sure they're all great.

    But in positing that this is the indie canon 1981-1996, i wonder how familiar the author is with early 80s stuff. are all these albums really better than anything put out by, say, The Units? or Let's Active? or Guadacanal Diary? is everything those band recorded inferior to all 4 of the the Thinking Fellers albums?

    The guy wrote a book about bands he likes.

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