Superchunk - Ribbon / Who Needs Light mp3 album
Ribbon/Who Needs Light. Ribbon/Who Needs Light. Since both "Ribbon" and its flip side, "Who Needs Light," have been collected on the Incidental Music compilation, it's ridiculous to advise seeking out the original 7" - except that like all truly great singles, it's best appreciated as a slab of vinyl, with no other songs digitally sequenced before it or after.
Who Needs Light? Companies, etc. Recorded At – Duck-Kee Studios. Written-By – Superchunk. Back Cover: Recorded at Duck Kee Studios, Raleigh, NC . 8. 93 Thanks to John Adkins, Joe Hickey, Christof Ellinghaus, Claire and Lawrence. Sticker: Made in England. Ribbon, Who Needs Light (7", Whi). Merge Records, Merge Records. mrg 047, MRG 047. US. 1994. Ribbon, Who Needs Light (7").
Album Incidental Music 1991-95. My path is a wide ribbon Each bow cuts a circle into it Its clearance you're not given Given 'til you're through with it. My path is a wide ribbon It's mapped out but it's all even And this power is self given And it's clear and it's bright and it's thick And it's without Without edges . 100,000 Fireflies.
Album · 1995 · 19 Songs. See All. Foolish (Remastered). Leaves In the Gutter - EP. 2009. On the Mouth (Remastered).
Foolish was Superchunk’s first album on their self-run Merge Records label and it is also one of Superchunk’s darkest outings thematically, largely due to the then recent breakup of bandmates Mac McCaughan and Laura Ballance. Opener Like a Fool is about half the pace of a heretofore normal Superchunk song. They had attempted something like this before with Swallow That from 1993’s On the Mouth, but that song not only stuck out like a sore thumb in an album full of pedal-to-the-floor bursts, but it just wasn’t a great song either. Like a Fool builds a melancholy and sometimes bitter tone.
You didn't leave much space At the bottom of the page There's room for four words, maybe three And you write, "Nothing can hurt me". You're always "systems go" unless Some little bird stops the press Some things are flexable but true And that doesn't work for you. Well the things to you that matter You could hang around the neck Of the drunk and helpless dancer Just to keep those moves in check.
Incidental Music 1991-95. Well who needs light To think Not me When its this clear And the road begins to sinkbeneath me Its not easy But I try to get to sleep. And I'll tell you the end Of the story if i want. Well i slide down Between the seats Where your unwanted change And dust retreats to. Well I slide down And my heart gets caught Now I slide down And my heart gets caught And I try to get this down And I try to get to sleep And I try to get this down And I try to get to sleep.
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- Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): MRG 047-A JS
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): kdisc
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): MRG 047 B JS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): kdisc
|MRG047||Superchunk||Ribbon / Who Needs Light (7")||Merge Records||MRG047||US||1994|
|mrg 047, MRG 047||Superchunk||Ribbon / Who Needs Light (7", Whi)||Merge Records, Merge Records||mrg 047, MRG 047||US||1994|
|RUG9||Superchunk||Ribbon / Who Needs Light (7", Single)||Domino||RUG9||UK||1993|
|mrg 047||Superchunk||Ribbon / Who Needs Light (7")||Merge Records||mrg 047||US||1994|