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The Rentals released their first album in fifteen years Lost in Alphaville.

J Mascis released his second solo album Tied to a Star.

The New Pornographers (featuring members of Zumpano and Limblifter) released their sixth album Brill Bruisers.

Roni Size released his third solo album Take Kontrol.

Thurston Moore released the cassette single Sun Gift Earth.

AV Club: Polaris, the band from The Adventures Of Pete And Pete, is going on tour

#189: Return of The Rentals by The Rentals - Dig Me Out Podcast

#189: Return of The Rentals by The Rentals

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#189: Return of The Rentals by The Rentals

The Rentals have a new album out, so it’s the perfect time to revisit their debut album from 1995, Return of The Rentals. The band scored a minor hit with Friend of P, and this debut is full of even more radio-friendly singles, but can they keep the vocal and musical hooks flowing throughout the record with the analog synth, fuzz bass and boy/girl vocal set-up? Tune in to find out, and to hear Jason go on a interface design rant you may or may not want to miss.

Songs in this Episode:

  • Intro - My Summer Girl
  • 3:04 - Friends of P
  • 5:51 - History of the Band
  • 13:46 - Waiting
  • 18:25 - Brilliant Boy
  • 21:47 - Naive
  • 26:32 - Please Let That Be You
  • Outro - The Love I’m Searching For

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Electric Wurms (side project of The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd) released the album Musik, Die Shwer Zu Twerk

Buckcherry released the EP Fuck

AV Club: The Cranberries made us such a fool for CDs

Pitchfork: Aphex Twin Announces New Album SYRO Via the Deep Web

Stereogum: Inside Baseball With Billy Corgan - The Smashing Pumpkins Head On Adore, MACHINA, And The End Of Teargarden

Consequence of Sound: Pre-order Bush’s new album for $2,000 and get handwritten “Glycerine” lyrics

NME: U2 confirm that new album will be released in 2014

SPIN: Glenn Danzig Plotting Elvis Presley Covers EP

Rolling Stone: Public Enemy Reveal Origins of Name, Crosshairs Logo

#188: Twice Removed by Sloan - Dig Me Out Podcast

#188: Twice Removed by Sloan

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#188: Twice Removed by Sloan

With a new album out soon and twenty years since their sophomore release Twice Removed, we thought now was a good time to head north of the border and investigate Sloan. We dive into the four-singer/songwriter band, try to figure out if this is the best Canadian album of all time, or even the best by the band, and end up trying to figure out the best decade for Canadian rock ‘n roll.

Songs in this Episode:

  • Intro - Deeper Than Beauty
  • 3:41 - Money City Maniacs
  • 5:14 - History of the Band
  • 16:22 - Snowsuit Sound
  • 19:12 - People of the Sky
  • 21:21 - Coax Me/Go Your Own Way
  • 27:25 - Bells On
  • 30:28 - I Can Feel It
  • Outro - Worried Now

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Tomorrow we’ll be revisiting the 1994 album Twice Removed by Sloan. Check out the video for the song “Penpals.”

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Sinead O’Connor released I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss.

MTV: Chris Walla Left Death Cab For Cutie, And Our Heart Is An Empty Room

AV Club: Radiohead voted “most influential act” in all of music, obviously

Stereogum: Ryan Adams Spent $100k On Scrapped LP, Defends Lousy Oasis Album

Pitchfork: DJ Shadow Releases Liquid Amber EP for Free Download

Consequence of Sound: Portishead to reissue Dummy for 20th anniversary

NME: Courtney Love admits blowing £16 million of ‘Nirvana money’ following death of Kurt Cobain

SPIN: Hear Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Adore’ Version of ‘Let Me Give the World to You’

Rolling Stone: Fugazi to Issue Their First Songs Ever Recorded

#187: Bakesale by Sebadoh - Dig Me Out Podcast

#187: Bakesale by Sebadoh

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#187: Bakesale by Sebadoh

Along with Guided By Voices, Sebadoh flew the lo-fi flag in the 90s with a similar gift for short, punchy rock songs. We revisit their 1994 release Bakesale, and dive into a discussion on the two-singer/songwriter band set-up.

Songs in this Episode:

  • Intro - Magnet’s Coil
  • 2:49 - Rebound
  • 4:29 - History of the Band
  • 14:57 - License to Confuse
  • 17:22 - Skull
  • 20:54 - Temptation Ride
  • 23:26 - Not Too Amused
  • 28:55 - Give Up
  • Outro - Dreams

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