25 January 2010

I have to come clean. The sole purpose of that last post was just to post something so it would be post number 13 for the month which would allow for this post to be number 14. I've said it before and I'll say it again, that number freaks me out. Fortunately, that last post segues nicely into this post.
On March 9th, Matador Records will be releasing a compilation of Pavement songs entitled Quarantine the Past. It's a best-of collection for the best band ever, basically. The track listing for the album was released this morning, and it looks incredibly solid. It's got tracks from just about every Pavement record that exists, and while many of us probably already own all these recordings anyway it's still pretty rad that an album like is coming out. The Matador website also said that there will be more Pavement related releases to come in '10. Track listing below with the original album of origin in ( ).








Quarantine the Past (Available March 9 via Matador Records)
((Pre-order here and get 15% off))
1. Gold Soundz (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain)
2. Frontwards (Watery, Domestic EP)
3. Mellow Jazz Docent (Perfect Sound Forever EP)
4. Stereo (Brighten The Corners)
5. In The Mouth A Desert (Slanted & Enchanted)
6. Two States (Slanted & Enchanted)
7. Cut Your Hair (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain)
8. Shady Lane/ J Vs. S (Brighten The Corners)
9. Here (Slanted & Enchanted)
10. Unfair (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain)
11. Grounded (Wowee Zowee)
12. Summer Babe (Winter Version) (Slanted & Enchanted)
13. Range Life (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain)
14. Date w/ IKEA (Brighten The Corners)
15. Debris Slide (Perfect Sound Forever EP)
16. Shoot The Singer (1 Sick Verse) (Watery, Domestic EP)
17. Spit On A Stranger (Terror Twilight)
18. Heaven Is a Truck (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain)
19. Trigger Cut/Wounded Kite At :17 (Slanted & Enchanted)
20. Embassy Row (Brighten The Corners)
21. Box Elder (Slay Tracks 1933-1969 EP)
22. Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence (No Alternative Comp.)
23. Fight This Generation (Wowee Zowee)

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