Clambakes Vol. 1 Acoustic In-Stores East & West

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CLAM001 | Release Date 2002

Originally released in 2002, the first of Superchunk's Clambakes live series documents the band's in-store performances during 2001's nationwide tour in support of Here's to Shutting Up. Limited to 1,500 physical copies and long since out-of-print, this digital re-release is brought to you exclusively from the Merge Digital Music Store.

Tracks 1 - 5 were recorded live at CD Alley in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Tracks 6, 7 were recorded live at Crooked Beat in Raleigh, North Carolina. Tracks 8 - 12 were recorded live at Gate City Noise in Greensboro, North Carolina. Tracks 13 - 17 were recorded live at Sonic Boom in Seattle, Washington. Track 18 was recorded live at Good Records in Dallas, Texas.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Art Class (Song for Yayoi Kusama) 04:32
The Cursed Mirror 03:34
Late-Century Dream 04:18
Low Branches 03:19
Rainy Streets 02:20
Hello Hawk 03:59
Driveway to Driveway 04:44
Florida's on Fire 03:12
Detroit Has a Skyline 03:48
Drool Collection 03:15
Sick to Move 03:51
Throwing Things 04:03
Late-Century Dream 04:34
Florida's on Fire 03:12
Seed Toss 03:25
Art Class 04:35
Rainy Streets 02:28
The Animal Has Left Its Shell 03:24
untitled 00:14

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