Side A
Artist Song Buy
MAN OR ASTRO-MAN?  Stereo Phase Test/Television Fission  buy on itunes
THE JESUS & MARY CHAIN  Guitarman (Elvis)  buy on itunes
LUSCIOUS JACKSON  Daughters of the Kaos  buy on itunes
THE GROOVIE GHOULIES  Gates of Steel (Devo)  buy on itunes
BEAT HAPPENING  Red Head Walking  buy on itunes
SUPERCHUNK  100,000 (The Magnetic Fields)  buy on itunes
PANSY DIVISION  The Summer You Let Your Hair Grow Out  buy on itunes
fIREHOSE  Sophisticated Bitch (Public Enemy)  buy on itunes
SLEATER-KINNEY  Little Babies  buy on itunes
SMASHING PUMPKINS  Clones(-We're All) (Alice Cooper)  buy on itunes
THE THROWING MUSES  Snakeface  buy on itunes
EVERCLEAR  How Soon Is Now? (The Smiths)  buy on itunes
THE NEW SHERIDANS  Blaine  buy on itunes
THE PIXIES  Born In Chicago (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)  buy on itunes
MAIDS OF GRAVITY  Only Dreaming  buy on itunes
VERUCA SALT  My Sharona (The Knack)  buy on itunes
THE JESUS LIZARD  Good Riddance  buy on itunes
VIC CHESNUTT  It's The End Of The World As We Know It (R.E.M.)  buy on itunes
Side B
PURE  Anna  buy on itunes
THE FASTBACKS  Go All The Way (The Raspberries)  buy on itunes
SWEET BABY  Andora  buy on itunes
THE VOODOO GLOW SKULLS  Charlie Brown (The Coasters)  buy on itunes
THE SUBSONICS  Please Kleen  buy on itunes
THE BREEDERS  Happiness Is A Warm Gun (The Beatles)  buy on itunes
SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS  Viva dela Santo  buy on itunes
BRANIAC  Go! (Tones On Tail)  buy on itunes
PULSARS  Suffocation  buy on itunes
THE SUPERSUCKERS  400 Bucks (The Reverend Horton Heat)  buy on itunes
GO SAILOR  Ray of Sunshine  buy on itunes
LADIES WHO LUNCH  Bull In The Heather (Sonic Youth)  buy on itunes
PLEXI  Dayglo  buy on itunes
NAN VERNON  Moon River (Henry Mancini)  buy on itunes
THE DANDY WARHOLS  It's A (16 Minute) Fast-Driving Rave-Up  buy on itunes
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HAMSTER HUEY & THE GOOEY KABLOOIE!(Every Other Is A Cover)~1997 ~33 songs/100 minutes *Ah, sweet, sweet nostalgia! This was the final mix tape I ever did make before transistioning to CDs. It was brink of summer 1997, and not only was this my entrant into an organized mixtape swap (12 participants), but also served as part of the soundtrack to an upcoming SanJose,CA to Denver,CO roadtrip. No hardline theme or meaning on HHGK- merely songs I liked with every other track being a random coversong. The title is courtesy of Mr. Watterson and the imagery is sheer dadaesque-compositional delight via moi! *I haven't had an operational cassette player in years and don't have the desire to remake this release on CD verbatim, though I have been liberally re-using these songs on other CD comps I've done (usually a no-no in my mixer principles, but left in this analog state: they are as good as never selected in the first place). *The final Dandy Warhols track truly is 16 minutes- a fact that I always regretted (5 songs could've gone in it's place!) though it did provide a suitable sonic vignette for desert driving! *I submit this now merely as a document of where I was 6 years ago, and relegate the article itself to the sands of time...
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Date: 5/23/2003
Very nice. Love the cover (and covers) too -- especially the Mercury. Two of your cover versions appeared on my last covers mix. We should do lunch.
Date: 5/24/2003
nice mix. I really like the idea of 1/2 covers. Nice website too (free plug).
Date: 6/2/2003
Ah, those halcyon days of yesteryear, when I could still use vinyl on my mixes because I didn't need an analog interface for my computer. Great mix!

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