Children of Nuggets: Original ARtyfacts from the Second Psychedelic Era - 1976-1996
 : Children of Nuggets: Original ARtyfacts from the Second Psychedelic Era - 1976-1996

by: Children of Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the 1

Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0081227463922
Format: Box set, Original recording remastered
Item Dimensions: 1501250182650
Label: Rhino
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Rhino
Number Of Discs: 4
Number Of Items: 4
Publisher: Rhino
Release Date: September 27, 2005
Studio: Rhino

Disc 1:
  1. Vanishing Girl - The Dukes of Stratosphear
  2. Help You Ann - The Lyres
  3. The Real World - The Bangles
  4. We're Living in Violent Times - The Barracudas
  5. The Trains - Nashville Ramblers
  6. Seven Years - Watermelon Men
  7. Strangers When We Meet - The Smithereens
  8. Wading Through a Ventilator - The Soft Boys
  9. I Can't Hide - The Flamin' Groovies
  10. The Girl from Baltimore - The Fleshtones
  11. It's a Good Thing - That Petrol Emotion
  12. She's Fine - Stems
  13. All My Life - Point
  14. Down at the Nightclub - The Creeps
  15. (My Girl) Maryanne - The Spongetones
  16. She Turns to Flowers - The Salvation Army
  17. You Are My Friend - Rain Parade
  18. Mr. Unreliable - Inmates
  19. (I Thought) You Wanted to Know - Chris Stamey, The dB's
  20. She Don't Know Why I'm Here [Single Version] - The Last
  21. There Must Be a Better Life - Biff Bang Pow!
  22. Slave Girl - Lime Spiders
  23. I May Hate You Sometimes - The Posies
  24. I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape - Times
  25. It's About Time - The Pandoras
  26. I Live for Buzz - Swingin' Neckbreakers
  27. I Want You Back - Hoodoo Gurus
Disc 2:
  1. This Damn Nation - The Godfathers
  2. Tell Me When It's Over - Dream Syndicate
  3. Whenever I'm Gone - The Prisoners
  4. New Kind of Kick - The Cramps
  5. And She Rides - The Long Ryders
  6. Motorbike Beat - Revillos
  7. Tears (Only Dry) - The Vipers
  8. 25 O'Clock - The Dukes of Stratosphear
  9. Don't Give It Up Now - The Lyres
  10. If and When - Chris Stamey, The dB's
  11. Pabst Blue Ribbon - The Untamed Youth
  12. There She Goes - The La's
  13. Kingsley J - Vibrasonic
  14. I Can Never Tell - The Crawdaddys
  15. Make Me Stay - Green Telescope
  16. Everyday Things - The Plimsouls
  17. I Wanna Destroy You - The Soft Boys
  18. It's You - Mickey & the Milkshakes
  19. Apology - The Posies
  20. Lights Are Changing - The Bevis Frond
  21. Ahead of My Time - Droogs
  22. Welcome to My Love - Funseekers
  23. Flowers in the Sky - Revolving Paint Dream
  24. Metal Baby - Teenage Fanclub
Disc 3:
  1. The Unguarded Moment - The Church
  2. I Can't Pretend - The Barracudas
  3. Out of the Unknown - Died Pretty
  4. L.A. Explosion - The Last
  5. I'll Cry Alone - The Flamin' Groovies
  6. Sunspots - Julian Cope
  7. Hindu Gods of Love - Lipstick Killers
  8. Death and Angels - Green on Red
  9. Barbed Wire Heart - Sinners
  10. Pink Frost - The Chills
  11. She Told Me Lies - Chesterfield Kings
  12. Beauty and Sadness - The Smithereens
  13. Test Drive - The Mummies
  14. Busy Man [EP Version] - DMZ
  15. Love Will Grow - Stems
  16. She Goes Out With Everybody - The Spongetones
  17. Hypnotized - The Plimsouls
  18. No Apology - The Unclaimed
  19. God Knows It's True - Teenage Fanclub
  20. You Keep on Lyin' - Hoods
  21. Don't Break Down - The Sting Rays
  22. The World Has Changed - The Fleshtones
  23. Baby What's Wrong - Cynics
  24. Psycko (Themes from Psycho and Vertigo) - Laika & the Cosmonauts
  25. My Name Is Tom - The Jigsaw Seen
Disc 4:
  1. Gentle Tuesday - Primal Scream
  2. With a Cantaloupe Girlfriend - The Three O'Clock
  3. Like Wow -- Wipeout! - Hoodoo Gurus
  4. Bad News Travels Fast - The Fuzztones
  5. Plains of Nazca [Single Edit] - Sun Dial
  6. Getting Out of Hand - The Bangs
  7. Please Don't Tell My Baby - Mickey & the Milkshakes
  8. One Half Hour Ago - Rain Parade
  9. You're My Loving Way - The Aardvarks
  10. Transfiguration - Screaming Trees
  11. A Scandal in Bohemia - United States of Existence
  12. Where the Wolf Bane Blooms - The Nomads
  13. Cheated and Lied - The Vipers
  14. Strawberries Are Growing in My Garden (And It's Wintertime) - The Dentists
  15. Won't Need Yours - Tell-Tale Hearts
  16. Weakness - Inspiral Carpets
  17. You'll Know Why - Miracle Workers
  18. Not My Memory - The Unknowns
  19. Far Away - The Prisoners
  20. Ain't That a Man - The Optic Nerve
  21. Mink Dress - Plasticland
  22. Tight Turn - Raybeats
  23. One Way Ticket - The Nerves
  24. Tracy Hide [Cover Version] - The Wondermints
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Product Description:
When Patti Smith group guitarist and music maven Lenny Kaye oversaw the now classic Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968 for Elektra, it was under label president Jac Holzman's directive to "compile together the good tracks from all those albums that only have one good track." Two legendary LP's worth of garage-skewed classic pop song genius later, the '72 set saluted the quintessential Nuggets notion that every band has ashot at a three-minute gem. Children of Nuggets renews the tradition with a cornucopia of grassroots rock, retro revelations, lush power pop, and sublime grooves and lyrical flow from the next generation of like-minded bands, circa '76-'95. Good to the last drop, it's four CDs of absolutely esential, DIY-infused songs, each and every one a rare sonic gem. Rhino. 2005.
It would take thousands of dollars (or as many hours in download time) to hoard the most coveted songs from the eighties' top secret power pop bands, garage combos and post-new wave throngs into one collection. Or you can let Rhino Records, which masterfully conspired with writer/musician Lenny Kaye late last century to inflate and repackage Kaye's original Nuggets compilation, do the legwork. These four discs, though chaotically sequenced, scour all sides of the ponds to capture the vitality and innovation of mostly 1980-'85, introducing (or reintroducing) to-be-influential bands like San Francisco's Flamin' Groovies, New York's Raybeats, England's Soft Boys, Australia's the Church and Sweden's Nomads. Where else can you find XTC spin-off Dukes of Stratosphear, the La's "There She Goes" and the Bangles a half-decade prior to their manic Monday, along with the Cramps, the Plimsouls, the db's and the Bevis Frond in a single shebang—and with Rhino's ample, informative, transcendent liner notes, to boot? --Scott Holter

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