Heatmiser - Cop And Speeder - Elliott Smith 1994 Alt Rock Grunge Purple Vinyl 180 LP

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Heatmiser - Cop And Speeder

Label: Frontier Records
Cat#: 31063-1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Purple Colored Vinyl, 180 Grm, Lyric Insert
Country:US
Released:1994
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock

Tracklist

A1 Disappearing Ink
A2 Bastard John
A3 Flame!
A4 Temper
A5 Why Did I Decide To Stay?
A6 Collect To NYC
A7 Hitting On The Waiter


B1 Busted Lip
B2 Antonio Carlos Jobim
B3 It's Not A Prop
B4 Something To Lose
B5 Sleeping Pill
B6 Trap Door
B7 Nightcap


Companies etc

Copyright (c) – frontier records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – frontier records
Distributed By – the REP company
Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-29886
Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-29887
Mastered At – Golden Mastering

Credits

Mastered By [Per Runout] – John Golden

Notes
Different versions of "Temper" and "Sleeping Pill" originally appeared on <a href="/release/2094397">Cavity Search CSR7</a>.

Editions:
Clear
Transparent Yellow (This)
Marbled Blue
Transparent Purple
Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 0 1866-31063-1 1
Matrix / Runout (side one): 01866 31063-1 A S-29886 GOLDEN
Matrix / Runout (side two): 01866 31063-1 B S-29887 GOLDEN


The comparisons with Elliott's solo stuff are inevitable but beside the point. Though there are obvious common threads that span his entire body of work (his great voice, tuneful sensibility, and sincere perspective), this must be said with emphasis: When I want a Heatmiser album, nothing else will do it, and (IMHO) this is tied for #1 with 'Mic City Sons'
Everything about this LP is classic: The sequence of songs is fantastic, the band is tighter than hell, the production has real crunch, the performances are passionately executed, the arrangements are constantly throwing you curveballs (without sacrificing cool structures that get under your skin fast), the lyrics are tough and honest and catchy ("Your smile wraps around your head so you don't have to turn to show off your good side"), ... and there's not a bad tune in the whole bunch, not even close.



Heatmiser - Bastard John


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Heatmiser - Disappearing Ink

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Heatmiser - Antonio Carlos Jobim

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More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Label Frontier Records