Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 9
45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with B, and some beginning with C
a: "The Butcher's Bill"
b: "Fatal Alliance"
Dead Earth Records DE03 (2010)
On the subject of Thou, here's Thou and King Woman covering "Something in the Way" (and more).
a: "Butter Beans"
b: "Rock My Soul"
Zan-Dan Records ZD 302 (1963)
Don't worry, Ainsley has a butter bean recipe for you.
Groovy Moogy Recordings OOGY001 (1997)
Of course Stereolab know how to have fun.
a: "Call Me"
b: "Call Me (Instrumental)"
Chrysalis Records CHS 2414
Just a gigolo.
a: "Can Your Monkey Do the Dog?"
b: "I Want to Get Married"
Stax Records S-144
This monkey can indeed to The Dog. And The Monkey.
a: "Carrot Rope"
b: "And Then"
Domino Records RUG90
Best Pavement video? Or best video?
The J. Geils Band
b: "Rage in the Cage"
EMI America A-8102
Number one single because of heavy MTV rotation?
Music Behind the DJ: “Strings of Nashville (Instrumental)” by Pavement (1994).
Cover image: Selma Blair as Liz Sherman in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army (del Toro, 2008).
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