Digging for Something

Superchunk

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MRG390 | Release Date 2011

The single "Digging for Something" is taken from Superchunk's Majesty Shredding and features guest vocals by John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats. The non-album track "February Punk" and acoustic demo of "Digging for Something" are proof postive—there are no throwaway Superchunk songs!

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Digging for Something (feat. John Darnielle) 03:30 $0.99 Buy
February Punk 02:46
Digging for Something (Acoustic Demo) 03:20

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