Tag Archives: 7″ single

Bone Club – Day I Died b/w Six Feet Underground 7″ single, 1989

21 Jan

This 1989 debut release from the St. Paul grunge band was originally released on the Prospective label, but was later re-released on the Rocket Sound Records label. The band went on to release records on many different labels worldwide, including CD/12-inch EP on major label Imago Records. There were 1000 copies pressed of the original, and of those, 500 came with hand-screened cover with different colors.

bone club

Six Feet Underground

Day I Died

 

 

Big Red Ball: It’s Up to You b/w Madamme Grey 7″ single, 1991

21 Jan

bigredballThis is the bands debut release on the Prospective label, cat# 500……Indie Pop that still holds up today.

It’s Up to You

Madamme Grey

 

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Spare Snare: Wired for Sound b/w Bugs 7″ single, 1996

18 Aug

bugs

From Dundee, Scotland. This is the third release from the band, give this little gem a spin. Recorded live on Radio K in Minneapolis.

Wired for Sound

Bugs

Colfax Abbey: Chameleon b/w Silver – 1994

6 Aug

 

Shoegazer DreamPop from Minneapolis; Colfax Abbey offered up this debut release for The Prospective label. One listen to this quiet yet roaring piece of sonic pleasure and you will understand why they were in the lead. I have heard the word “Droning” many times being used to describe the band’s trademark sound; graciously I agree.

Chameleon

Silver

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Dylan Hicks and Three Pesos 7″ EP, 1992

30 Jul

hicksThis is their debut release, the sleeve was hand-colored by Dylan.

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Dutch Oven: Whammy b/w Ellen 7″ single 1992

23 Jul

Dutch Oven

Dutch Oven presents themselves as Indie rock from Minneapolis and this piece of vinyl was the only one released on the Prospective label. “Whammy” has a few interesting elements to it: Part Quentin Tarantino soundtrack, part garage band and just the right amount of lazy. It reminds me of one those of Neil Young song’s where at first listen you are thinking to yourself “was that guitar note out of tune?” and then you realized that either way it doesn’t matter, it works.

Whammy

Mary Ellen

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