Chapel Hill, NC : Merge Records, p2009
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
A compilation of new cover versions of songs originally released on the Merge Label
Program notes included
Beautiful things (Quasi) -- Precision auto (Les Savy Fav) -- Plenty is never enough (The Shins) -- Sleep all summer (St. Vincent and the National) -- Complications (Broken Social Scene) -- Like a fool (Ryan Adams) -- Papa was a rodeo (Bright Eyes) -- New ways of living (Lavender Diamond) -- King of carrot flowers pt. 3 (The Apples in Stereo) -- Cowboy on the moon (Laura Cantrell and Sunburst) -- Santa Maria (Bill Callahan) -- Through with people (Barbara Manning) -- Drug life (The Mountain Goats) -- Don't destroy this night (The New Pornographers) -- Yeah! Oh, yeah! (Tracey Thorn & Jens Lekman) -- My noise (The Hive Dwellers) -- The numbered head (Ted Leo and the Pharmacists) -- All you little suckers (Okkervil River) -- Kicked in (Death Cab for Cutie) -- Neighborhood #1 (tunnels) (Times New Viking)
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Additional Credits: St. Vincent, 1982-Adams, RyanCantrell, LauraCallahan, Bill, musicianManning, Barbara, musicianThorn, TraceyLekman, JensLeo, TedMerge RecordsQuasi (Musical group)Les Savy Fav (Musical group)Shins (Musical group)National (Musical group)Broken Social Scene (Musical group)Bright Eyes (Musical group)Lavender Diamond (Musical group)Apples in Stereo (Musical group)Sunburst (Musical group)Mountain Goats (Musical group)New Pornographers (Musical group)Hive Dwellers (Musical group)Pharmacists (Musical group)Okkervil River (Musical group)Death Cab for Cutie (Musical group)Times New Viking (Musical group)
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