Here's Where the Strings Come In (Remastered)

Superchunk

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MRG090R | Release Date 2011

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Out of print for years, Here’s Where the Strings Come In has been remastered by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering Company from the original 1/2” reels and newly packaged in LP-style cardboard sleeves. The heavy-duty vinyl jackets were reprinted by Stoughton Printing Co., the same plant that produced them for the original 1995 release. Both physical versions will also come with bonus downloads of The Clambakes Vol. 5 a live Superchunk recording from 2003, and several exclusive demos of songs that appear on the album.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Hyper Enough 03:31 $0.99 Buy
Play Silver Leaf and Snowy Tears 05:16 $0.99 Buy
Play Yeah, It's Beautiful Here Too 03:45 $0.99 Buy
Play Iron On 03:51 $0.99 Buy
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Play Animated Airplanes Over Germany 04:13 $0.99 Buy
Play Green Flowers, Blue Fish 03:51 $0.99 Buy
Play Here's Where the Strings Come In 03:52 $0.99 Buy
Play Certain Stars 05:34 $0.99 Buy

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