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VA - No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds of The North-West Grunge Era 1986-97 (2014)

5-10-2014, 21:56
Music | Rock | Alternative

VA - No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds of The North-West Grunge Era 1986-97 (2014)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: No Seattle: Forgotten Sounds of The North-West Grunge Era 1986-97
Year Of Release: September 9, 2014
Label: Soul Jazz Records
Genre: Alternative Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 100:04 Min
Total Size: ~233 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Starfish – This Town [02:10]
2. Vampire Lezbos – Stop Killing The Seals [03:16]
3. Nubbin – Windyyy [02:35]
4. Saucer – Jail Ain’t Stoppin’ Us [04:00]
5. Machine – Blind Man’s Holiday [02:54]
6. Medelicious – Beverley [03:06]
7. Hitting Birth – Same [04:34]
8. Nubbin – Wonderama [02:42]
9. Crunchbird – Woodstock Unvisited [02:56]
10. The Ones – Talk To Me [02:44]
11. POD – 123 [08:02]
12. Thrillhammer – Alice’s Place [03:26]
13. Yellow Snow – Take Me For A Ride [03:57]
14. Helltrout – Precious Hyde [02:31]
15. Bundle Of Hiss – Wench [04:25]
16. Starfish – Run Around [02:24]
17. Thrillhammer – Bleed [03:48]
18. Chemistry Set – Fields [02:50]
19. My Name – Voice Of A Generation Gap [04:26]
20. Small Stars – It’s Getting Late [03:53]
21. Shug – AM FM [03:38]
22. Treehouse – Debbie Had A Dream [04:30]
23. My Name – Why I fight [03:51]
24. Soylent Green – It Smiles [01:45]
25. Kill Sybil – Best [04:01]
26. Calamity Jane – Madgalena [03:04]
27. Saucer – Chicky Chicky Frown [03:46]
28. Attica – The System [03:14]

Soul Jazz Records new release takes us on a serious road trip into the North-West region of the USA, 1986-97, to explore the amazing lost and forgotten sounds of the Grunge era.

The underground music scene of the North-west of America arose from the early 1980s, strung out in isolated towns across the vast state of Washington. In its early days bands who showed an allegiance to their roots of punk. Yet, by 1991,Nirvana, the biggest band in the world, had been born from this community of outsiders.

This compilation features some of the many divergent bands who emerged out of the North-west during this era. Intensely researched and documented this album features many bands who have now disappeared from history after releasing maybe just a couple of singles, or an album, or even never making it onto vinyl – alongside some bands that continue to this day.

Perhaps most fascinating is the wide-ranging styles that these grunge bands incorporated - from punk to metal, experimental and more.

All Roads lead to Nirvana: 17 of the bands featured here played alongside Nirvana in the period 1987-93. All 23 bands featured feature members who shared a stage with Nirvana. Jack Endino (The Ones) produced 37 Nirvana songs. Dave Foster (Helltrout) was Nirvana's 3rd drummer. Bundle of Hiss became TAD who played more gigs with Nirvana than any other band.

With fantastically in-depth sleevenotes, interviews with most of the bands, exclusive photography and all sonically remastered tracks this is a comprehensive double CD (and 2 volumes of 2xLP vinyl releases) bringing together the hidden, lost and forgotten sounds of the North-west grunge era.

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