Monday, January 25, 2010

Grtst Hitz


usually if i like a band i just want to get their albums and not so much a "greatest hits" collection though that's sometimes how it all starts....still, the tracklisting on the Pavement greatest hits album Quarantine the Past: the Best of Pavement looks amazing, i want to listen to it right now!
gives me a nice blueprint to create my own Pavement best-of from the records...

6 Comments:

Blogger Blair said...

Those are great choices...surprising to see the "left-field" choice of "Unseen Power...." I'm lukewarm on REM but I love that song.

5:56 PM  
Blogger jim s. said...

Stop Breathing???

7:18 PM  
Blogger Mac said...

agreed on "Stop Breathing" but seriously that whole album could go on there.

8:18 PM  
Blogger Dane said...

i'm torn on this one, Mac.

i'm very excited about their reunion shows. though their final tour of "Terror Twilight" was lackluster, uninspired, and boring (sadly). i saw them at the SF Fillmore, and it was one of the sorriest shows i've ever seen, and I had been a Pavement fan since 1991.

however, when i heard a few months ago about this 'greatest' collection, i made my own ideal P'ment collection:

01. Circa 1762
02. Texas Never Whispers
03. Frontwards
04. AT&T
05. Zurich is Stained
06. Summer Babe (Winter Version)
07. Trigger Cut/Wounded Kite at :17
08. Grounded
09. Loretta's Scars
10. Box Elder (Live)
11. Baptist Blacktick
12. Two States
13. Here
14. In the Mouth a Desert
15. Shoot the Singer (1 Sick Verse)
16. Serpentine Pad
17. Perfume-V
18. Fight this Generation
19. Fame Throwa
20. Our Singer
21. Secret Knowledge of Backroads
22. Lions (Linden)
23. Kennel District
24. Major Leagues

3:23 PM  
Blogger Lorraine said...

Always loved pavement. The extended rereleases have some delicious bits on. I wouldn't usually buy an album twice like that but there are a few bands that can wheedle it out of me.

3:53 PM  
Blogger Dane said...

the Record Store Day version of this Grtst Hitz looks much better!!

1:12 PM  

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