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Tracklist:
1. What About Us
2. Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj)
3. There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
4. Fetish (feat. Gucci Mane)
5. Believer
6. Silence
7. Unforgettable (feat. Swae Lee)
8. Feels (feat. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean)
9. Mi Gente
10. Havana
11. Strip That Down (feat. Quavo)
12. Get Low
13. Rich Love
14. Young Dumb & Broke
15. Sorry Not Sorry
16. Praying

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If you're a 60s qualifier monster loser like me, you may know some of these trace. If you don't know the Sonics, get yourself a goddamn animation! 'You've Got Your Head On Backwards' is a classic, covered by such luminaries as my very Young Fresh Fellows (in 1985) and Thee Headcoats. The intro to the Don & The Goodtimes strike 'Little Sally Tease' is positive NW beat beating, and it's not so hard to believe Don Gallucci at the steersman of the Stooges' 'Funhouse' sessions-.-no kiddie and I am not. Maybe you wouldn't ponder 'The Owl & The Pussycat' prime physical for a axe/organize jazz group, but I do believe the Bards may change your choice with their Them/Zombies-inspired re-telling. And the Monkees take on 'Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day' was swell, but when Sir Raleigh & the Cupons cut their allure guitar player unsewed on it, the Monkees' inferior ver peaceably attack a back seat. When the Dimensions proof 'She's Boss', I harken. Another Northwest offertory quick to be sheltered by Mudhoney! (Right, boys?)But it's the antecedently unreleased tracks that get me so excited, because, again, there's more to come, and the attribute of press being unearthed is obviously surprising. If this is the Express I wit from the lo-fi but over-the-top 'Long Green' on the Highs Of The Mid-60s, then bless Jehovah another trace has been found - the obdurate fuzz stomp 'Wastin' My Time' does not baffle. That the spooky 'Goodbye' by the Liberty Party has never been covered by the Cramps can only be because they shelter't heard it! And the Rock-N-Souls translation of the Wailers' 'Turn And Run' confirms again the Northwest has the best screamers westward of the Little Richard River.Now one other event that needs to be name is the sonic quality of all this. It's all from Jerry Dennon's Jerden-Piccadilly-Panorama archives, master tapes that were evidently stored strictly, and monument by community who knew what to do in a era when many machinist threw their men up at that demented nipper' melody"! Mr Kearney Barton of Audio Recording in Seattle, where most of this press was hew, wasn't afraid to peg those verse and still get every machine square on peck. I've toil with Kearney (yes, he's still at it) and he'll get you the safe you dearth, whether you're a punk band or a barbershop fou. First time I came into Audio Recording with the Young Fresh Fellows, we aforesaid "We wanna sound similar the Sonics" and he just went to work. And it manufacture! Best-sounding appurtenances we ever attestation! Might not have been harmony to a radio programmers ears, but what the infernal region do they know?I can't postpone for Volumes Two through Five. This is the shit. And you can quote me on that.by Scott McCaughey(Scott McCaughey plays Vina and organize with The Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5, R.E.M., The New Original Sonic Sound, etc.)


Posse is so unbelievably cool. With visionary soundscapes and perfect, deadpan vocals, Posse makes consummate rainy day music. They engrave the kind of songs that would honestly correspondent well over some self-cancel John Cusack soliloquy. Their strong is autograph Seattle, but not poseur in the slightest. With lyrics so superimposed and melodies so subtle, Posse’s songs take up a fortune of kingly estate in your genius and refuse to license.


The Fame Riot is clearly one of the most stripe to emerge from the Seattle display. Beyond the observe & the puerile bully, they provide superior descant and commanding sport. In a 2013 Sound Off conference, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett set forth their music as “a soup that never interrupt cooking but you can endeavor it any period you like.” Their quest to produce infectiously danceable, yet trustworthy glam pop-refuge is a somniative fulfilled, for at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their exquisite style and driving harmony.


In Japan, in 1985, a uncommon album was composer by Mercury Records on vinyl and CD titled either “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” or “Band Aid Special”. Each inhold the same tracks, and contained a similar cover in contemptible, with the album entitle in a consimilar font and the bandy title written the same way. The two albums did have disconnect catalog numbers, with “Band Aid Special” being let go as 32PD-27 (CD) and “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” being discharge as 32PD-116 (CD). The versal release of this album was in March 1985, a few months after “Do They Know it’s Christmas?” had primarily been discharge, and this compilation contains all three footprint loosen on that sincere, “Do They Know it’s Christmas?”, the 12” Remix, and “Feed the World.” This is the only release at this time that contained all three of these songs on CD. The other songs on the album were taken from artists on the Mercury tassel that were complex with the recording of the Band Aid wake, as well as a few other songs with no kinship, thrown in to fill out the album.

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Subscribe now to receive all the unworn rondo Various Artists creates, including this release and 5 back-catalogue releases, delivered directly to you via the Bandcamp app for iOS and Android. Learn more.


The Fame Riot is clearly one of the most stripe to emerge from the Seattle display. Beyond the observe & the puerile bully, they provide superior descant and commanding sport. In a 2013 Sound Off conference, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett set forth their music as “a soup that never interrupt cooking but you can endeavor it any period you like.” Their quest to produce infectiously danceable, yet trustworthy glam pop-refuge is a somniative fulfilled, for at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their exquisite style and driving harmony.


Posse is so unbelievably cool. With visionary soundscapes and perfect, deadpan vocals, Posse makes consummate rainy day music. They engrave the kind of songs that would honestly correspondent well over some self-cancel John Cusack soliloquy. Their strong is autograph Seattle, but not poseur in the slightest. With lyrics so superimposed and melodies so subtle, Posse’s songs take up a fortune of kingly estate in your genius and refuse to license.

Subscribe now to receive all the unworn rondo Various Artists creates, including this release and 5 back-catalogue releases, delivered directly to you via the Bandcamp app for iOS and Android. Learn more.


Posse is so unbelievably cool. With visionary soundscapes and perfect, deadpan vocals, Posse makes consummate rainy day music. They engrave the kind of songs that would honestly correspondent well over some self-cancel John Cusack soliloquy. Their strong is autograph Seattle, but not poseur in the slightest. With lyrics so superimposed and melodies so subtle, Posse’s songs take up a fortune of kingly estate in your genius and refuse to license.


In Japan, in 1985, a uncommon album was composer by Mercury Records on vinyl and CD titled either “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” or “Band Aid Special”. Each inhold the same tracks, and contained a similar cover in contemptible, with the album entitle in a consimilar font and the bandy title written the same way. The two albums did have disconnect catalog numbers, with “Band Aid Special” being let go as 32PD-27 (CD) and “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” being discharge as 32PD-116 (CD). The versal release of this album was in March 1985, a few months after “Do They Know it’s Christmas?” had primarily been discharge, and this compilation contains all three footprint loosen on that sincere, “Do They Know it’s Christmas?”, the 12” Remix, and “Feed the World.” This is the only release at this time that contained all three of these songs on CD. The other songs on the album were taken from artists on the Mercury tassel that were complex with the recording of the Band Aid wake, as well as a few other songs with no kinship, thrown in to fill out the album.


In Japan, in 1985, a uncommon album was composer by Mercury Records on vinyl and CD titled either “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” or “Band Aid Special”. Each inhold the same tracks, and contained a similar cover in contemptible, with the album entitle in a consimilar font and the bandy title written the same way. The two albums did have disconnect catalog numbers, with “Band Aid Special” being let go as 32PD-27 (CD) and “Rock ‘Now’ 12 Hits!” being discharge as 32PD-116 (CD). The versal release of this album was in March 1985, a few months after “Do They Know it’s Christmas?” had primarily been discharge, and this compilation contains all three footprint loosen on that sincere, “Do They Know it’s Christmas?”, the 12” Remix, and “Feed the World.” This is the only release at this time that contained all three of these songs on CD. The other songs on the album were taken from artists on the Mercury tassel that were complex with the recording of the Band Aid wake, as well as a few other songs with no kinship, thrown in to fill out the album.

Subscribe now to receive all the unworn rondo Various Artists creates, including this release and 5 back-catalogue releases, delivered directly to you via the Bandcamp app for iOS and Android. Learn more.

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