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30 Nov

Watch the Grammy Awards Nominations Concert performance videos and check out a list of nominations below. (Thanks to NJ.com for the list, go to Grammy.com for the full list)

Lady Gaga – “Marry The Night”

Rihanna – “We Found Love” (from the O2 Arena in London)

The Band Perry – “Independence”/”Free Fallin’” (Tom Petty cover)

Jason Aldean w/Ludacis – “Dirt Road Anthem”

Common, LL Cool J, Lupe Fiasco, Grand Master Flash, Melle Mel, Scorpio – “The Message”

Usher, Valerie Simpson, Mike Stoller – Nick Ashford and Jerry Leiber Tribute

Lady Gaga and Sugarland - “You and I”


Record Of The Year

“Rolling In The Deep” — Adele
“Holocene” — Bon Iver
“Grenade” — Bruno Mars
“The Cave” — Mumford & Sons
“Firework” — Katy Perry

Best New Artist

The Band Perry
Bon Iver
J. Cole
Nicki Minaj

Song Of The Year

“All Of The Lights” — Jeff Bhasker, Malik Jones, Warren Trotter & Kanye West, songwriters (Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi & Fergie)
“The Cave” — Ted Dwane, Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford & Country Winston, songwriters (Mumford & Sons)
“Grenade” — Brody Brown, Claude Kelly, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine, Bruno Mars & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Bruno Mars)
“Holocene” — Justin Vernon, songwriter (Bon Iver)
“Rolling In The Deep” — Adele Adkins & Paul Epworth, songwriters (Adele)

Best Pop Solo Performance

“Someone Like You” — Adele
“Yoü And I” — Lady Gaga
“Grenade” — Bruno Mars
“Firework” — Katy Perry
“F***in’ Perfect” — Pink

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
“Body And Soul” — Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse
“Dearest” — The Black Keys
“Paradise” — Coldplay
“Pumped Up Kicks” — Foster The People
“Moves Like Jagger” — Maroon 5 & Christina Aguilera

Best Dance Recording

“Raise Your Weapon” — Deadmau5 & Greta Svabo Bech
“Barbra Streisand” — Duck Sauce
“Sunshine” — David Guetta & Avicii
“Call Your Girlfriend” — Robyn
“Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites” — Skrillex
“Save The World” — Swedish House Mafia

Best Rock Performance

“Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall” — Coldplay
“Down By The Water” — The Decemberists
“Walk” — Foo Fighters
“The Cave” — Mumford & Sons
“Lotus Flower” — Radiohead

Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance

“On The Backs Of Angels” — Dream Theater
“White Limo” — Foo Fighters
“Curl Of The Burl” — Mastodon
“Public Enemy No. 1″ — Megadeth
“Blood In My Eyes” — Sum 41

Best Rock Album

Rock ‘N’ Roll Party Honoring Les Paul — Jeff Beck
Wasting Light — Foo Fighters
Come Around Sundown — Kings Of Leon
I’m With You — Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Whole Love — Wilco

Best Alternative Music Album

Bon Iver — Bon Iver
Codes And Keys — Death Cab For Cutie
Torches — Foster The People
Circuital — My Morning Jacket
The King Of Limbs — Radiohead

Best Traditional R&B Performance

“Sometimes I Cry” — Eric Benét
“Fool For You” — Cee Lo Green & Melanie Fiona
“Radio Message” — R. Kelly
“Good Man” — Raphael Saadiq
“Surrender” — Betty Wright & The Roots

Best R&B Album

F.A.M.E. — Chris Brown
Second Chance — El DeBarge
Love Letter — R. Kelly
Pieces Of Me — Ledisi
Kelly — Kelly Price

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

“Party” — Beyoncé & André 3000
“I’m On One” — DJ Khaled, Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
“I Need A Doctor” — Dr. Dre, Eminem & Skylar Grey
“What’s My Name?” — Rihanna & Drake
“Motivation” — Kelly Rowland & Lil Wayne
“All Of The Lights” — Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi & Fergie

Best Rap Performance

“Look At Me Now” — Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes
“Otis” — Jay-Z & Kanye West
“The Show Goes On” — Lupe Fiasco
“Moment 4 Life” — Nicki Minaj & Drake
“Black And Yellow” — Wiz Khalifa

Best Country Solo Performance

“Dirt Road Anthem” — Jason Aldean
“I’m Gonna Love You Through It” — Martina McBride
“Honey Bee” — Blake Shelton
“Mean” — Taylor Swift
“Mama’s Song” — Carrie Underwood

Best Country Song

“Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” — Jim Collins & David Lee Murphy, songwriters (Thompson Square)
“God Gave Me You” — Dave Barnes, songwriter (Blake Shelton)
“Just Fishin’” — Casey Beathard, Monty Criswell & Ed Hill, songwriters (Trace Adkins)
“Mean” — Taylor Swift, songwriter (Taylor Swift)
“Threaten Me With Heaven” — Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Will Owsley & Dillon O’Brian, songwriters (Vince Gill)
“You And Tequila” — Matraca Berg & Deana Carter, songwriters (Kenny Chesney Featuring Grace Potter)

Best Americana Album

Emotional Jukebox — Linda Chorney
Pull Up Some Dust And Sit Down — Ry Cooder
Hard Bargain — Emmylou Harris
Ramble At The Ryman — Levon Helm
Blessed — Lucinda Williams

Best Blues Album

Low Country Blues — Gregg Allman
Roadside Attractions — Marcia Ball
Man In Motion — Warren Haynes
The Reflection — Keb’ Mo’
Revelator — Tedeschi Trucks Band

Best Folk Album

Barton Hollow — The Civil Wars
I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive — Steve Earle
Helplessness Blues — Fleet Foxes
Ukulele Songs — Eddie Vedder
The Harrow & The Harvest — Gillian Welch

30 Nov

iTunes has selected “Settle Down,” by 21 year-old international newcomer Kimbra as their Video of the Week from November 29th – December 5th. Watch the clip here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBxmidwDy2Y

“Settle Down” is the first single off Kimbra’s Australian debut album, Vows, which is certified gold. It is also the title track of her US EP, which was released digitally last month. KCRW recently selected the song as their “Today’s Top Tune.”

Due to the breakthrough success of Vows,The New Zealand-born singer and songwriter, who has been performing since she was ten, took home the “Best Female” award at the 2011 ARIA Awards last weekend. Kimbra is also featured on Gotye’s #1 hit “Somebody That I Used To Know,” which won five ARIAS, including “Song of the Year” and “Best Video.”

Kimbra is currently at work on her Warner Bros. Records debut with such producers and songwriters as Mike Elizondo, Greg Wells, Greg Kurstin, and John Hill. Look for it Spring/Summer 2012.

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30 Nov

By Laura McWhorter

I wasn’t around in 1969 – not even close. And to be frank…a time without iPhones and the Internet makes my head hurt. But Friday night, thanks to Movember and Fitz and the Tantrums I got the best of both worlds as my fellow concert goers and I were transported back to a time of soulful rock and roll and audacious facial hair.

The sold-out show took place Friday at House of Blues and let me tell you, Fitz and the Tantrums know how to pack a room. When I saw them back at Paradise Rock Club it was wall-to-wall bodies and the HOB show was no different. I’ve never seen it so crowded. I usually love a sold-out show but with the moving and shaking required by both Fitz and their opener, Walk the Moon, I would’ve liked a bit more wiggle room.

Speaking of openers…never have I been so impressed with one. I almost didn’t make it in time for Walk the Moon’s set but I’m incredibly glad I did. It was winter outside but for nine short songs it was the middle of June. The Ohio-based indie outfit brought their face paint, cascading vocals and infectious shimmying along to get the night started. It was a late show (WTM didn’t go on ‘til 9) and I was dead on my feet when I walked in. All the work day and fatigue fell away when they took the stage and started playing the opening notes of ‘The Liftaway’. Their energetic, poppy sound had me smiling from ear to ear and Petricca’s hips had the crowd swaying in enthusiastic response. Showing that they’re not all pop sounds and sing-alongs…they delivered a gorgeous cover of Fleet Foxes’ ‘White Winter Hymnal’ that stopped us all in our tracks. They wrapped the set with break-out hit ‘Anna Sun’ and walked off stage to a resounding string of applause from the crowd.

After what seemed like the longest intermission ever, Fitz and the Tantrums were on. The last show they played here was a guest-list only, first-come-first-serve WFNX event and many a Bostonian was turned away at the door. All that pent up Fitzular frustration came out with incredibly ferocity as soon as Fitz and Noelle appeared on stage and launched into ‘We Don’t Gotta Work It Out’. I’ve never seen another frontman/frontwoman do a better job of getting the crowd amped up for a performance. As Fitz and Noelle danced across the stage and the band played their soulful brand of rock, the crowd shimmied in unison – just trying to keep up. If this was a business transaction, the good was heart-pumping rock and we paid in kind with good old-fashioned rug-cutting.

Though they played only a slightly varied set list from their last visit, they still made the walls (and the crowd) shake as they absolutely killed ‘Breaking the Chains of Love’, ‘Wake Up’ and ‘Pickin Up the Pieces’. As I watched them make themselves right at home at House of Blues, I found myself struggling to remember/figure out how in the hell they ever contained this bombastic band in a smaller venue. It’s such a big sound and a big presence that it’s hard to imagine them playing ‘Rich Girls’, ‘L.O.V.’ or ‘Dear Mr. President’ in the smaller shops. The set ended with angry anthem ‘News for You’ before a power-charged encore of ‘We Don’t Need No Love Songs’, ‘Sweet Dreams’ (Annie Lennox cover) and smash-hit ‘Moneygrabber’.

Forever the most thankful band I will ever have the pleasure of seeing, Fitz and the Tantrums stuck around after the show to sign autographs and meet their fans. As the crowds get bigger I don’t know how they’ll possibly keep that practice up but something tells me they’re going to try. They understand that the fans are the most important part to the equation and they give them everything they’ve got.

While I can’t imagine they’ll be back to Boston any time soon, I highly recommend you try to get your Fitz fix any way you can. My night might have been spent in 1969 but we, thankfully, are in 2011 and there’s YouTube. And while it’s not nearly as good as the real thing…it’ll have to do until their next album. This is what happens when you don’t heed my advice the first time around (or the second if you count last week’s interview). Can’t say I didn’t try…

Walk the Moon set list
1) The Liftaway
2) Quesadilla
3) Next in Line
4) Shiver
5) White Winter Hymnal (Fleet Foxes cover)
6) Tight Rope
7) Lisa Baby
8) I Can Lift a Car
9) Anna Sun

Fitz and the Tantrums set list
1) We Don’t Gotta Work It Out
2) Winds of Change
3) Breaking the Chains of Love
4) Wake Up
5) Pickin’ Up the Pieces
6) Rich Girls
7) 6 a.m.
8) Tighter
9) L.O.V.
10) Lovesick Man
11) Steady as She Goes (Raconteurs cover)
12) Dear Mr. President
13) News for You
14) We Don’t Need No Love Songs
15) Sweet Dreams (Annie Lennox cover)
16) Money Grabber

30 Nov

Claire Boucher aka Grimes just wrapped up a tour with fellow Canadian Austra. Earlier this month, they played the Echo in Los Angeles. Check out some great photos thanks to our photographer Kelly Brown and read on below to see newly announced tour dates with Born Gold.

2/18 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, BC*
2/20 – Sunset Tavern – Seattle, WA*
2/21 – Holocene – Portland, OR*
2/24 – Echo – Los Angeles, CA*
2/25 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA*
2/27 – Rhythm Room – Phoenix, AZ*
2/29 – Lambert’s – Austin, TX*
3/1 – Dan’s Silverleaf – Denton, TX*
3/2 – LBC Quad – Tulane University – New Orleans, LA*
3/3 – Cats Purring – Oxford, MS*
3/5 – Drunken Unicorn – Atlanta, GA*
3/6 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL*
3/7 – Backbooth – Orlando, FL*
3/8 – Bardot Miami – Miami, FL*
3/13 – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN*
3/14 – Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL*
3/19 – Legendary Horseshoe Tavern – Toronto, ON*
3/20 – Brillobox – Pittsburgh, PA*
3/21 – Str8 Cavin – Baltimore, MD*
3/22 – Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia, PA*
3/23 – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY*
3/24 – Glasslands – Brooklyn, NY*
3/26 – Great Scott – Allston, MA*
3/31 – Cabaret Mile End – Montreal, QC*

*with Born Gold

30 Nov

Charles Bradley returns to New York in December for two shows celebrating the close of this life-changing year for the 63-year old soul singer. He will headline a sold out show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom this Saturday, December 3 and has been added to the New Year’s Eve show at Music Hall of Williamsburg with the Budos Band. Bradley will advance those dates with an in-studio performance on WNYC’s Soundcheck Thursday, December 1 and has also announced a February US headline tour and March Australian dates (see dates below).

“Heartaches & Pain” is the latest single from Bradley’s critically praised debut album No Time For Dreaming, originally released this past January and re-released in October with two additional songs. The autobiographical track documenting the loss of his brother is available now as a free MP3 via RollingStone.com. The video for the track, directed by Poull Brien, premiered last month and can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/jJpZ7zUywi8

No Time For Dreaming is the culmination of a lifetime of paying dues for Bradley. In his distinctively rough-hewn timbre one hears the unmistakable voice of experience – each note and gruff inflection a reflection of his extended, sometimes rocky, personal path. With memorable performances at SXSW, the Hollywood Bowl, Austin City Limits and more, television appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Last Call with Carson Daly and praise from the likes of New York Times, Spin, Los Angeles Times and NPR, Bradley has been steadily winning over new fans of all ages.

Charles Bradley Tour Dates

Dec 03 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
Dec 31 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg (with The Budos Band)
Feb 03 Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall
Feb 04 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
Feb 09 South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
Feb 10 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
Feb 11 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace
Feb 12 Detroit, MI – The Magic Bag
Feb 15 Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
Feb 16 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe
Feb 17 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall
Feb 18 Chicago, IL – The Metro
Feb 21 Louisville, KY – Headliners Music Hall
Feb 22 Columbus, OH – Skully’s
Feb 23 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
Feb 24 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theatre
Feb 25 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
Mar 09 Adelaide, AU – Adelaide Festival
Mar 10 Melbourne, AU – The HiFi
Mar 11 Victoria, AU – Golden Plains Festival
Mar 12 Brisbane, AU – Powerhouse
Mar 14 Perth, AU – The Bakery
Mar 16 Sydney, AU – Factory Theatre
Mar 17 Victoria, AU – Mossvale Festival
Mar 18 Melbourne, AU – Corner Hotel


30 Nov

Harriet, a new Los Angeles-based band fronted by former Dawes member Alex Casnoff, today announced the details of their debut EP, titled Tell The Right Story, which will be self-released on January 31, 2012. The EP’s gripping opening track “I Slept With All Your Mothers” is currently premiering at PasteMagazine.Com.


Inspired largely by classic storytelling and the spectacle of the movies, Tell The Right Story weaves eerily romantic ballads with unwavering anthems, and features classic elements of Americana and folk music contrasted with futuristic electronic samples and beats.

“I wanted it to feel big… cinematic. I wanted every song to be a movie, ” said Casnoff. “I wanted it to feel like an occasion. I wanted it to feel like a wedding.”

Casnoff was formerly a member of notable Los Angeles bands Dawes and PAPA, bands both named after grandfathers. In flipping the tradition, Casnoff decided to name the band after his grandmother, Harriet. After touring the country for years with his prior bands and with a growing arsenal of his own songs, Casnoff stepped into the studio in June 2011, armed with his nicest suit and a bottle of fine tequila, to record what would become Tell The Right Story. The result is a striking collection of songs that draw on the influence of classic American singer-songwriters, film, electronic music, and Casnoff’s experience as a touring musician.

“I may have seen every gas station in the country, but the America I feel indebted to is not in the past, at least not that far. I am a product of my time. We make music about the retro-future. Music about coping. Anti motivational motivational music.”

Harriet is Alex Casnoff, Aaron Folb (bass), Henry Kwapis (drums), and Adam Gunther (guitar). Tell The Right Story was produced by Sean O’Brien and recorded in Los Angeles and Sacramento. Live dates will be announced shortly.

30 Nov

Atlas Sound, the ever-expansive solo project from Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox, is pleased to announce several US tour dates. Atlas Sound’s third album, Parallax, is out now via 4AD and was described by MOJO as “profoundly beautiful.”

Dec 14 DURHAM, NC – Motorco
Dec 15 RICHMOND, VA – The National
Dec 16 PHILADELPHIA, PA – First Unitarian Church Sanctuary
Dec 17 BROOKLYN, NY – Bell House
Dec 18 NEW YORK, NY – Bowery Ballroom
Dec 20 WASHINGTON DC – Black Cat

30 Nov

The Roots are set to debut a new App on December 1st as a companion piece to their new album undun (Island Def Jam), out December 6th. Through the use of photos, lyrics, a series of interviews and music video vignettes, the app provides an immersive experience that elucidates the life and times of one Redford Stephens (1974-1999), whom the album is based, a complex youth who struggles to definite himself within a troubled inner city milieu and dies in the process.

undun marks the first conceptually- based album from The Roots and quickly reaffirms the creativity of the outfit that are notorious for pushing the envelope. The album’s first single “Make My” featuring Big K.R.I.T. was released November 1st on iTunes which Billboard praised, “the musicality of the veteran group shines bright.” Through the use and emotives and Redford Steven’s internal dialogues, the album is an existential re-telling of his short life, seeking to illustrate the intersection of free will and prescribed destiny as it plays out ‘on the corner’. Utilizing a reverse narrative arc, the album begins as the listener finds Redford disoriented—postmortem—and attempting to make sense of his former life. As he moves through its pivotal moments he begins to deconstruct all that has led to his (and our own) coming undun.

1. Dun
2. Sleep
3. Make My feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Dice Raw
4. One Time feat. Phonte & Dice Raw
5. Kool On feat. Greg Porn & Truck North
6. The OtherSide feat. Bilal Oliver & Greg Porn
7. Stomp feat. Greg Porn
8. Lighthouse feat. Dice Raw
9. I Remember
10. Tip The Scale feat. Dice Raw
11. Redford (For Yia-Yia & Pappou)
12. Possibility (2nd Movement)
13. Will To Power (3rd Movement)
14. Finality (4th Movement)

In addition to the release of their new album and App, The Roots are also set to perform a series of dates in New York City at the Highline Ballroom tonight and on December 5th.

For more information on The Roots, go to www.TheRoots.com

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30 Nov

After the recent release of the Cocaine EP featuring their track of the same name, The Internet is ready to share Swedish pop titans Little Dragon’s remix of “Cocaine”. Grab the track below from Fact Magazine or download via Soundcloud:



Odd Future’s The Internet (Syd The Kyd & Matt Martians) will release their debut album Purple Naked Ladies featuring “Love Song -1″, “They Say” and “Cocaine” on Odd Future Records digitally on December 20th. The physical version featuring 3 bonus tracks and exclusive art and packaging will be in stores Jan 17th. Digital release tracklisting below.

DEC. 20, 2011 (Digital)

1. Violet Nude Women
2. They Say/Shangrila (ft. Tay Walker)
3. She Dgaf
4. C*nt
5. Cocaine/Tevie (ft. Left Brain)
6. Ode to a Dream (ft Kilo Kish & Coco O.)
7. Gurl (ft. Pyramid Vritra).
8. Love Song -1
9. Lincoln (ft. Mike G & Left Brain)
10. Web of Me
11. She Knows
12. Fastlane
13. Visions (ft. Coco O.)
14. The Garden

VIDEO: “Cocaine” – http://oddfuture.tumblr.com/day/2011/10/31

MP3: “Love Song -1″ – http://soundcloud.com/wegetpress/the-internet-love-song-1

MP3: “They Say” – http://soundcloud.com/wegetpress/the-internet-they-say

30 Nov

Yesterday, November 29 in North America and on December 5 internationally, EMI Music launched an extensive campaign honoring the legacy of THE SMASHING PUMPKINS by reissuing the iconic alternative band’s first two albums–GISH (1991) and SIAMESE DREAM (1993), certified platinum and 4X platinum respectively–in CD, deluxe 2CD/DVD, vinyl LP, and digital configurations. Both albums, each with bonus content and special features that were curated from the band’s archives by founding member Billy Corgan, have been painstakingly remastered for the first time from the original master tapes by Bob Ludwig. *See all track listings below.

With the full support and guidance from THE SMASHING PUMPKINS–who’ve created one of the most acclaimed bodies of work in musical history, selling over 30 million albums–EMI’s global catalog reissue campaign will last through 2013; it will encompass all the band’s albums and B-sides from 1991-2000, with other release dates to be announced. The pivotal group’s many hits defined the alternative music era and continue to resonate on modern rock radio, influencing a whole new generation. Gish highlights include “I Am One,” “Siva” and “Rhinoceros,” while Siamese Dream features “Cherub Rock,” “Today” and “Disarm.” Both groundbreaking albums were produced by Butch Vig and Billy Corgan.

As THE SMASHING PUMPKINS get the fully remastered treatment via these reissues, the band is excited to be moving forward by creating new music. After touring America and Europe this fall–the trek launched October 5 in Los Angeles and wraps December 8 in Lisbon–they will release OCEANIA, “an album within an album,” as part of their in-progress 44-song work TEARGARDEN BY KALEIDYSCOPE. Featuring 13 new songs, OCEANIA will be released in early 2012 (further details TBA).

For the GISH and SIAMESE DREAM liner notes, Billy Corgan was interviewed by journalist/author David Wild. Corgan reflects on why these albums were hard-won triumphs for the band and discusses the origins of the songs.

In the SIAMESE DREAM liner notes, Corgan says: “We start the album out with ‘Cherub Rock’ which is basically my big F.U. to the indie world. If you read the lyrics, that was basically me railing against the hipper than thou New York indie mentality.”

Here are the special features about both reissues:

    · Deluxe versions of Gish and Siamese Dream will each include a bonus disc of rare and previously unreleased audio content.

    · Deluxe versions of Gish and Siamese Dream also contain a never-before-released live show from the Metro in Chicago on DVD. The 10-song live show in the Gish package is from 8/25/90; the 17-song live show in the Siamese Dream package is from 8/14/93. Both DVDs feature introductions by Joe Shanahan, owner of the Metro in Chicago.

    · The Gish bonus disc will include brand new Butch Vig mixes of the original Sub Pop single tracks “Tristessa” and “La Dolly Vita.”

    · Vinyl has been mastered specifically for the format.

    · Housed in special lift-top box packaging, the deluxe versions feature liner notes and track by track commentary from Billy Corgan, never-before-seen collages and photos, postcards and more.

Disc 1:
1. I am one
2. Siva
3. Rhinoceros
4. Bury me
5. Crush
6. Suffer
7. Snail
8. Tristessa
9. Window paine
10. Daydream

Disc 2:
1. Starla (2011 mix)
2. Siva (Peel session)*
3. Honeyspider (Reel Time demos / 2011 mix)
4. Hippy Trippy (Crush Music Box demo)
5. Snail (live radio performance)
6. Plume (2011 mix)
7. Bury Me (Reel Time demos / 2011 mix)
8. Daydream (Old House demo)
9. Tristessa (Sub Pop single / 2011 mix)
10. Girl Named Sandoz (Peel session)*
11. Jesus Is The Sun (Apartment demo)
12. Blue (Gish sessions demo)
13. Smiley (Gish sessions demo)
14. I Am One (Reel Time demos / 2011 mix)
15. Seam (Suffer / Apartment demo)
16. La Dolly Vita (2011 mix)
17. Pulseczar (Gish sessions demo)*
18. Drown (alternate guitar solo)

All songs previously unreleased except where indicated.*

Live at The Metro, Chicago, IL 8/25/90


1. I am one
2. Snail
3. Rhinoceros
4. Bury Me
5. Tristessa
6. Window Paine
7. Razor
8. Sookie Sookie
9. Godzilla
10. Crush – Acoustic



Disc 1:
1. Cherub rock
2. Quiet
3. Today
4. Hummer
5. Rocket
6. Disarm
7. Soma
8. Geek U.S.A
9. Mayonaise
10. Spaceboy
11. Silverfuck
12. Sweet sweet
13. Luna

Disc 2:
1. Pissant (siamese sessions rough mix)
2. Siamese dream (broadway rehearsals demo)
3. STP (rehearsal demo)
4. Frail and bedazzled (soundworks demo)
5. Luna (apartment demo)
6. Quiet (bbc session/bc mix)
7. Moleasskiss (soundworks demo)
8. Hello kitty kat (soundworks demo)
9. Today (broadway rehearsal demo)
10. Never let me down again (bbc session)*
11. Apathy’s last kiss (siamese sessions rough mix)
12. Ache (silverfuck rehearsal demo)
13. U.S.A. (soundworks demo)
14. U.S.S.R. (soundworks demo)
15. Spaceboy (acoustic mix)
16. Rocket (rehearsal demo)
17. Disarm (acoustic mix)
18. Soma (instrumental mix)

All songs previously unreleased except where indicated.*

Live At The Metro, Chicago, 8/14/93

1. Rocket
2. Quiet
3. Today
4. Rhinoceros
5. Geek U.S.A.
6. Soma
7. I am one
8. Disarm
9. Spaceboy
10. Starla
11. Cherub rock
12. Bury me
13. Hummer
14. Siva
15. Mayonaise
16. Drown
17. Silverfuck

We’re celebrating the release of the remastered version of “Siamese Dream” by giving it away to ONE lucky reader! Just email us tapcontests@gmail.com (with the subject: GIMME A SIAMESE DREAM!) with your name and we’ll email you back if you win! (Winner must have a US mailing address).