lo-fi jr.

Member Since: 3/19/2000
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As Nature Intended

Artist Song
The Nomads  I'm Not Like Everybody Else (Kinks) 
DMZ  Cinderella (Sonics) 
Thee Mighty Caesars  Gonna Make You Mine (Shadow of Knight) 
The Del-Monas  Lies (Knickerbockers) 
Alex Chilton  With a Girl Like You (Troggs) 
The Fleshtones  Play With Fire (Stones) 
The Slickee Boys  Pictures of Matchstick Men (Status Quo) 
Stiv Bators  It's Cold Outside (Choir) 
The Dickies  Eve of Destruction (P.F. Sloan) 
Black Flag  Louie Louie (Kingsmen) 
Minor Threat  Good Guys Don't Wear White (Standells) 
Husker Du  Ticket to Ride (Beatles) 
The Mighty Mofos  Afterglow (Small Faces) 
The Bishops  I Want Candy (Strangeloves) 
The Inmates  Midnight to Six Man (Pretty Things) 
Eddie & the Hot Rods  96 Tears (? & the Mysterians) 
Chelsea  No Escape (Seeds) 
The Undertones  Let's Talk About Girls (Chocolate Watchband) 
Sex Pistols  Substitute (Who) 
Radio Birdman  You're Gonna Miss Me (13th Floor Elevators) 
Ramones  Time Had Come Today (Chambers Brothers) 
Alice Cooper  Talk Talk (Music Machine) 
Lime Spiders  1-2-5 (Haunted) 
Echo & the Bunnymen  Action Woman (Litter) 
The Fall  Mr. Pharmacist (Other Half) 
Billy Bragg  7 & 7 Is (Love) 
The Cramps  Psychotic Reaction (Count Five) 


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Rob Conroy
Date: 9/18/2001
WOW. Some huge artists that I love are here, but I've never heard a lot of this stuff... *clears throat*
Date: 9/18/2001
Jeez - never knew Billy Bragg covered Love - can you tell where it's from? Great mix. And great pic too!
Uncle Orca123
Date: 9/18/2001
Geez, I'm a softy for cover mixes and this one is a dandy! Any trade thoughts??

ps: extremely cool cover pic
lo-fi jr.
Date: 9/18/2001
Thanks Sue. The Bragg track is from 'Rubaiyat', a 40th anniversary tribute Elektra records made for itself back in 1990. The concept was contemporary artists covering past Elektra luminaries. Results vary wildly (Faster Pussycat covering 'You're so Vain'? Yikes!). That track, Pixies doing 'Born in Chicago' & John Zorn doing 'TV Eye' are probably the only things saving this pile of monkey crap from BB gun practice.
lo-fi jr.
Date: 9/18/2001
The cover, BTW is from a book of the same title. Nudeism is explained as a desire to live life the way nature intended. Of course we need this illustrated to us with dozens of pictures of ugly exhibitionists (ever wonder what your parents looked like naked? I didn't think so). I was really happy to see these people put towels over their kitchen chairs, though.
James Russell
Date: 9/19/2001
Odd, isn't it, how the people who espouse nudism most vigorously are the sort of people who simply should never be seen in public without clothes on. Nice mix.
Date: 9/20/2001
I just obtained some whacky video of nudist documentary films from the late fifies/early sixties. Strange movies and kitsch culture of the past are another odd obsession of mine. As for this mix, great stuff, excellent choice of covers.
Eric Schmuckler
Date: 9/24/2001
as a confirmed covers maniac, would it be heresy to state that i prefer the originals (which are brilliantly selected) to the versions by these heavy-handed lugs. which is not to say i'm not eager to hear the tracks by stiv, eddie, the undertones, radio b. and more. and are we to assume the cover pic is NOT mr. and ms. lo-fi dining alfresco?
Rob Schader
Date: 11/15/2001
Wow. Where do E&tBm cover The Litter?!