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Analphabetapolothology

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Disc 1 of 2
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Little League
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Oh Messy Life
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Puddle Splashers
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Flashpoint: Catheter
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In the Clear
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Yes, I Am Talking to You
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Basil's Kite
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Bluegrassish
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Planet SHHH
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The Sands've Turned Purple
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Precious
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Que Suerte!
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Take on Me
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Tokyo
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Ooh Do I Love You
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Hey Ma, Do I Hafta Choke on These
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Forget Who We Are
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Olerud
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We Are Scientists!
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Sea Tea
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Troubled by Insects
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Rocky Rococo
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In the Clear
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Soria
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No Use for a Piano Player When You Got a Player Piano
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Scary Kids Scaring Kids
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Bluegrass
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Winter Wonderland
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AOK
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Geheim
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Sergio Valente
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Easy Driver
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Theme to 90120
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Ooh Do I Love You
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 34   Total Length: 99:13

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The power of youth

cthorlton

This was one of my favorite bands when I was in my late teens/early 20's along with Braid, Gauge and SDRE. My musical horizons have expanded since then but I still love this chaos/control dynamic. I'm a little disappointed in myself for not buying tix to their show in Chicago during P4K with Gauge, but maybe i can get a bootleg

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Dischord signed a jazz act

Bobuar

Capn' Jazz is heavy,quirky punk rock, much like many a DC hardcore band. What noticeably sets their sound apart from that niche is that they sporadically blend in a unique brand of Chicago avant-jazz that would later become more prominent in vocalist Tim Kinsella's later work in Joan of Arc. Cap'n Jazz does on occasion throw in some saxophone, but don't be afraid like I am of anything that equates with Kenny G. Their cover of "Take on Me" is noteworthy.

They Say All Music Guide

The excellent two-disc set Analphabetapolothology collects the entirety of the Cap’n Jazz oeuvre, assembling all of the singles and compilation tracks as well as unreleased eight-track demos and live material from their final show in their native Chicago. – Jason Ankeny