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Sonic Youth - Starpowder : Essential Sonic Youth 7" Vol. 1 Mp3

  • Performer: Sonic Youth
  • Album: Starpowder : Essential Sonic Youth 7" Vol. 1
  • Label: Killer
  • Catalog #: Killer 000
  • MP3: 2291 mb | FLAC: 1266 mb
  • Country: Norway
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 583
  • Category: Rock
Sonic Youth - Starpowder : Essential Sonic Youth 7" Vol. 1 Mp3

Tracklist

1Sonic YouthBubblegum
Bass – Mike WattWritten-By – Kim Fowley, Marty Cerf
2Sonic YouthPacific Coast Highway (live)
3Sonic YouthI Wanna Be Your Dog (live)
Lead Vocals, Written-By – Iggy PopWritten-By – Dave Alexander, Ron Asheton, Scott Asheton
4Sonic YouthCome And Smash Me (Said The Boy With The Magic Penis)
5Sonic YouthWhite Kross (live)
6Sonic YouthYou Pose You Lose (live)
7Sonic YouthStarpower (live)
Bass – Mike Watt
8Sonic YouthTeenage Riot (live)
9Sonic YouthStick Me Donna Magick Momma (live)
10Sonic YouthHallowed Be Thy Name
Written-By – Neal "Nervous" Smith
11Sonic YouthMajor Label Chicken Feed
12Sonic YouthCotton Crown (live)
13Sonic YouthMaking The Nature Scene (live)
14Thurston MooreThurston Bigmouth
15Sonic YouthNon-Metal Dude Wearing Metal Tee (live)
16Sonic YouthBrother James (live)
17Sonic YouthSilver Rocket (live)
18Sonic YouthVictoria
Written-By – Ray Davies
19Lee RanaldoHello Lee

Credits

  • BassKim Gordon (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 17, 19 to 20)
  • Compiled ByKiller
  • DrumsSteve Shelley
  • GuitarLee Ranaldo (tracks: 3 to 20), Thurston Moore (tracks: 3 to 20)
  • Lead VocalsKim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, Thurston Moore
  • Lyrics BySonic Youth
  • Music BySonic Youth (tracks: 3 to 9, 12 to 14, 16 to 19)
  • VoiceLee Ranaldo (tracks: 1), Thurston Moore (tracks: 2)

Notes

Unofficial bootleg compilation of both official and unofficial 7" releases. Issued in a limited edition of 50 numbered copies with 3D image on the front.
Tracks 1 to 2 from interview with Thurston and Lee in Norway. Previously unreleased.
Tracks 3 to 4 recorded live at the Town & Country Club, London, England on June 4, 1987. Originally released on Cotton Crown, Sonic Death Records R-15526/27, 1993.
Track 5 recorded live at Loft in Berlin, Germany on October 30, 1983. Originally released on (Over)Kill Your Idols, Forced Exposure FE-001, 1985. Later released on Stick Me Donna Magick Momma, Fierce Records FRIGHT 015/016, 1988.
Track 6 is an early version of "Expressway To Yr Skull" recorded at Wharton Tiers' studio in 1985, for the June 19, 1986 Peel Session. Originally released on Stick Me Donna Magick Momma, Fierce Records FRIGHT 015/016, 1988.
Tracks 7 to 9 recorded live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, New Jersey on June 18, 1988. Track 8 is some amplifier noise with Beatles samples. Track 9 is an instrumental version of "Eliminator Jr." Originally released on Silver Rocket, Forced Exposure FE-014, 1988.
Track 10 is a Kim Fowley cover featuring Mike Watt on bass. Originally released on Starpower, Blast First BFFP7, 1986.
Track 11 is a Stooges cover recorded live at the Town & Country Club, London, England on June 4, 1987 with Iggy Pop as guest vocalist. Originally released on I Wanna Be Yr Dog, Raw, 1987.
Track 12 recorded for Peel Session on March 20, 1989. Originally released on Speak No Evol, 1989. Later released on Peel Sessions #2, 1990.
Track 13 recorded live
Track 14
Tracks 15 to 16 recorded at Wharton Tiers' studio for the June 19, 1986 Peel Session. Track 15 is an Alice Cooper cover. Originally released on Hallowed Be Thy Name, SY-103, 1990.
Track 17 recorded live in Sweden, 1983.
Track 18 recorded live with guests at Knights of Columbus, Baton Rouge, Louisiana on November 9, 1986. Originally released on Warpower, Silver Records, MARS-66, 1989.
Track 19 recorded live at Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany on April 2, 1989. Originally released on Warpower, Silver Records, MARS-66, 1989.
Track 20 recorded for a Peel Session of covers of The Fall (although this song was originally performed by The Kinks) on October 19, 1988. Released on 4 Tunna Brix, Goofin' Records GOO-01, 1990.