I Hate Music 14

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-[ Release Info ]---------------------------------------------------------------

 Name.......:  I Hate Music 14
 Release....:  Very Late 2006
 Length.....:  84:37
 Size.......:  134.6 MB
 Web........:  http://ukyrgf.com/ihm/       

 This was a CD supplement to IHM13, containing some old tracks that I really
 wanted to put on that disc but couldn't fit (or figured nobody would like). It
 was never given out, but I always meant to share it on the internet. Now I am.
                                                             - Treymon (02/2008)

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  1. Savage Brewtality - Intro/Savage Brew                                  1:29
  2. Torche - In Return                                                     2:31
  3. Towers - Mutagen/Stoner's Pot Palace                                   3:55
  4. Baroness - Red Sky                                                     5:44
  5. Dead Lions - Red Head Fucks                                            2:53
  6. Sinking Ships - Ghost Story                                            3:17
  7. I Wrote Haikus About Cannibalism In Your Yearbook - 1                  2:54
  8. Off With Their Heads - Die Today                                       2:09
  9. Vagina Sore Jr. - Strikes And Gutters                                  1:45
 10. Banner Pilot - Sunbelt Scars                                           2:51
 11. Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - Strange Form Of Life                           3:46
 12. Toys That Kill - Bomb Sniffin' Dogs                                    1:26
 13. The Evens - Cut From The Cloth                                         5:11
 14. The Beat Buttons - Red (Gainesville Is Full Of Excuses)                3:25
 15. Monikers - Mirror Images                                               2:17
 16. Woods - Holes                                                          1:59
 17. The Gibbons - Sometimes I Drink                                        3:00
 18. Polar Bear - Beartown                                                  5:56
 19. Joanna Newsom - Only Skin                                             16:53
 20. A.D. Miles - Invite Them Up                                            9:11
 21. Defiance, Ohio - Will's Song                                           1:57

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 Savage Brewtality is a party band from Gainesville. They did a 7" and had a few
 more songs on samplers here and there. Its got a member of Army Of Ponch.

 Torche is a Florida band featuring members of Floor and the illustrious Tunes
 For Bears / Tyranny Of Shaw / Adore Miridia. This was from the Robotic Empire
 fall 2006 sampler, but is now on 2007's "In Return".

 Towers is a band from Philly. They offered me a bag of weed to find them a show
 last minute and I failed. Sorry dudes. This is from their demo.

 Baroness is a band from Savannah that is now very well known. This was their
 second EP, which had a fucking awesome etched b-side. I sold it to fund a road
 trip and regret it so much.

 Dead Lions was an ex Tunes For Bears band, which I guess eventually turned into

 Sinking Ships got recommended by a friend. Not really my style anymore, but I
 like this song. I don't know anything about them and don't really care.

 I Wrote Haikus... have a long name, and sound like they're really young, and
 aren't the most original band ever. However, I have a tender place in my heart
 for that groove they rip out at 2:15.

 Off With Their Heads have about 100 songs that all sound the same, and they all
 have really obnoxious panned vocals. They're a good band though.

 Vagina Sore Jr is another Florida band. Something about the backing vocals on
 this song really makes me want to have "fun".

 Banner Pilot is one of the better bands to come out of the new wave of pop
 punk. I'd say theres a new wave. All their songs fade out, which is hilarious.

 Bonnie 'Prince' Billy is a guy I could never get into until this record. It
 might be because my mom is named Bonnie.

 Toys That Kill are pretty OK. I'm not sure where they're from, or what record
 this is on. This is also pretty much the only song I like by them.

 The Evens are from DC, and you may or may not know that its Ian Mackaye's new
 band. Their first album was good, but this one is definitely a keeper. That
 electricity line makes me smile every time.

 The Beat Buttons are a Gainesville band. It doesn't really make sense, but the
 first time I saw them people were pretty much straight up square dancing while
 they played in the tiny storage room of a video rental store in St. Augustine.

 Monikers are from Orlando and have a really cool dude playing drums for them
 now. He wasn't on this record though.

 Woods are from that Meneguar/Fuck It Tapes family of bands. They said this
 record was never supposed to be released, but I'm glad it did. I think their
 newer records are pretty bad, but thats because I still don't "get" noise.

 The Gibbons were from Chicago, I think. These were their last songs, from a
 split with North Lincoln. Both of them were bands I initially didn't like
 because I thought they sounded way too much like every other band, but they
 both grew on me. Something about The Gibbons makes me feel like I'm 18 again.

 Polar Bear is a British jazz band. I can never tell if they're really popular
 or not. I get the impression that their drummer is some sort of prodigy, but
 then again I have no idea.

 Joanna Newsom used to make me so mad before this record. Now, I'm in love. 
 Something about the backing strings makes it feel like the scene in Wizard of
 Oz when it goes from black-and-white to Technicolor.

 A.D. Miles is a comedian that was probably most known for Dog Bites Man, but
 who knows if anybody remembers that show anymore? The line about the 'funeral
 of a cute little baby' is genuinely one of the funniest things I've ever heard.

 Defiance, Ohio had a CD of demos leak before The Great Depression came out.
 This was one of the songs that didn't make the cut. I think it ended up on
 the EYC split, but I don't have that in front of me right now so I'm not sure.

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