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The Sub Pop Years

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Eulogy to Lenny Bruce
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I'm Yours
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Forgot to Get High
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New York City
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Eye of the Storm
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Judah and the Maccabees
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Tour of the World
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Song to the Siren
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The Navigator
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The Mirror Phase
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How Long
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The New World
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The Great Wall
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In the Sun
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Turn of the Century
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 73:55

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09.08.09
Damon & Naomi, The Sub Pop Years
Label: 20/20/20 / Revolver

Married drummer Damon Krukowski and bassist Naomi Yang weren’t kidding when they dubbed their first album as a duo More Sad Hits. After the split of their previous group, the much-imitated Galaxie 500 (with Dean Wareham, later of Luna and Dean & Britta), Damon & Naomi figured they’d make one last record and be done, but after More Sad Hits, Sub Pop signed the couple and issued four more albums, including a live disc recorded… read more »

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The breakup of Galaxie 500 left Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang disillusioned and ready to give up music. After being drawn back by Kramer, the duo recorded More Sad Hits for Shimmy Disc under the name Damon & Naomi. They decided to stick with music after this, and signed to Sup Pop where they stayed for seven years and released four albums. This collection gathers up a collection of songs from that era hand-selected by the duo. It serves as both a wonderful introduction to their quiet, acid folk-informed style and as a greatest hits of sorts, as it picks a lot of the band’s most memorable songs. While the first two albums (The Wondrous World of Damon & Naomi and Playback Singers) are represented by three songs each, the band’s brilliant collaborations with Ghost (Damon & Naomi with Ghost) and Ghost guitarist Michio Kurihara (Song to the Siren: Live in San Sebastian) are given more entries; four and five respectively. This weighted distribution makes for a stronger collection, one that will please longtime fans who want an overview of one of the better under-the-radar bands of their era. – Tim Sendra

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