Clambakes Vol. 4: Sur La Bouche - Live in Montreal 1993

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CLAM004 | Release Date 2009

Recorded on a cold March night at the club Backstreet by Howard Bilerman (later of the Arcade Fire and current engineer and operator of Hotel 2 Tango Studios in Montreal), Sur La Bouche (On the Mouth) captures Superchunk in the midst of the touring for On the Mouth, out on Matador a few months previous. Howard even dug up the flyer from the show from the depths of his archives.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Intro 00:52
Trash Heap 03:41
Skip Steps 1 & 3 02:53
From the Curve 04:41
Mower 04:21
On the Mouth 03:26
Cadmium 04:41
I Guess I Remembered It Wrong 04:12
Swallow That 06:30
Tie a Rope to the Back of the Bus 03:09
Punch Me Harder 02:23
Untied 04:59
Let It Go 03:35
Package Thief 02:40
Cast Iron 05:26
Baxter 03:43
Cool 04:05
Precision Auto 03:28
The Only Piece That You Get 05:41

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