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1 - NANNA, BOB - CELEBRATION STATES - (LP) 
NEW GRANADA


"Celebration States is truly another high point for the man who built his reputation on the power of Braid and the pop of Hey Mercedes." - Alternative Press

TRACKLISTING: 01. Do You Want To Buy A Guitar? 02. Mr. Albatross 03. 97b4e 04. Come Home 05. In Reverse 06. Preoccupied 07. Spinning Pitchers Of Sunlight 08. Instant Chemistry 09. Don't Come Home 10. Denouement


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 10-07-2020
Item # : 542277     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - POHGOH - SECRET CLUB - (CD) 
NEW GRANADA


POHGOH's best-known song might be "Friend X," a wordy, rough-hewn guitar anthem that's hinged on a series of well-timed climactic bursts and Susie Ulrey's angsty vocal. Like a lot of the songs in the Florida band's short-but-killer catalog, "Friend X" is a dynamically playful and DIY-feeling fusion of emo, alternative rock, and power pop. It was the first song on their post-breakup album, 1998's In Memory of Bab, and the the last song on The Emo Diaries Vol. 1, the inaugural edition of Deep Elm Records' now-classic compilation series; the tracklist reads like a who's who of emo's second wave. Now, 21 years since officially calling it quits, POHGOH is getting ready to release a brand new album. Called Secret Club, the record is about the unique experience of putting a band back together after two decades, as well as Susie Ulrey's long, personal battle with multiple sclerosis (she was diagnosed after the band broke up, in 2001).

TRACKLISTING: 01. Business Mode 02. With A Smile 03. Try Harder 04. Reprise 05. Super Secret Club 06. Blood Of The Sun 07. Bunch 08. Digging 09. Who's The You 10. Unfortunate Face 11. Easterberg


Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 07-09-2018
Item # : 516562     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - POHGOH - SECRET CLUB - (LP) 
NEW GRANADA


POHGOH's best-known song might be "Friend X," a wordy, rough-hewn guitar anthem that's hinged on a series of well-timed climactic bursts and Susie Ulrey's angsty vocal. Like a lot of the songs in the Florida band's short-but-killer catalog, "Friend X" is a dynamically playful and DIY-feeling fusion of emo, alternative rock, and power pop. It was the first song on their post-breakup album, 1998's In Memory of Bab, and the the last song on The Emo Diaries Vol. 1, the inaugural edition of Deep Elm Records' now-classic compilation series; the tracklist reads like a who's who of emo's second wave. Now, 21 years since officially calling it quits, POHGOH is getting ready to release a brand new album. Called Secret Club, the record is about the unique experience of putting a band back together after two decades, as well as Susie Ulrey's long, personal battle with multiple sclerosis (she was diagnosed after the band broke up, in 2001).

TRACKLISTING: 01. Business Mode 02. With A Smile 03. Try Harder 04. Reprise 05. Super Secret Club 06. Blood Of The Sun 07. Bunch 08. Digging 09. Who's The You 10. Unfortunate Face 11. Easterberg


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 07-09-2018
Item # : 516563     
Availability: IN STOCK
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