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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Shallow End
Engineer – Steve Gronback
2:49
2 Mower
Engineer – Jerry Kee
3:56
3 On The Mouth
Engineer – Jerry Kee
3:05
4 Cadmium
Engineer – Caleb Southern
4:32
5 Who Needs Light
Engineer – Jerry Kee
3:09
6 Ribbon
Engineer – Jerry Kee
3:36
7 Foolish
Engineer, Producer – Brian Paulson
4:49
8 100,000 Fireflies
Engineer – Donnell CameronProducer – John ReisWritten-By – Stephin Merritt
3:17
9 Invitation
Engineer – Jerry Kee
4:23
10 Makeout Bench
Drums – Chuck GarrisonEngineer – Jerry Kee
2:35
11 Baxter
Engineer, Producer – Mitch Easter
3:57
12 Connecticut
Engineer, Producer – Brian PaulsonLead Vocals – Jim*
2:48
13 Lying In State
Engineer – Caleb SouthernWritten-By – The Verlaines
2:32
14 Throwing Things (Acoustic)
Recorded By [Recorded With] – Caleb*
3:24
15 I'll Be Your Sister
Drums – Chuck GarrisonRecorded By – Steve AlbiniWritten-By – Motorhead*
2:39
16 Night Of Chill Blue
Engineer, Producer – Mitch EasterWritten-By – Martin Phillipps
4:36
17 Forged It
Engineer – Donnell CameronProducer – John Reis
2:39
18 Home At Dawn
Engineer, Producer – Brian Paulson
4:19
19 Precision Auto 5:08

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – TGS Studios
  • Recorded At – Duck-Kee Studios
  • Recorded At – Kraptone Studios
  • Recorded At – Pachyderm Studio
  • Recorded At – Westbeach Recorders
  • Recorded At – Drive-In Studio
  • Recorded At – Chicago Recording Company

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Laura Ballance
  • Compiled By [Assembled By] – Brent Lambert
  • Drums – Jon Wurster (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 14, 16 to 19)
  • Guitar – Jim Wilbur
  • Guitar, Vocals – Mac McCaughan
  • Mastered By – John Golden
  • Painting – Mac*
  • Photography By [Kitchen] – Stephani Godbold
  • Photography By [Live Photos] – Paul Drake
  • Producer – Superchunk

Notes

1: Recorded at TGS Studios 7/26/94. Originally appeared on "The Jerky Boys" soundtrack album on Atlantic Records.
2: Recorded at Duck Kee Studios 12/13/91. Originally appeared on a Merge 7" and CD single.
3: Originally appeared as the B-side of the "Mower" single. Same recording information as above.
4: Recorded at Kraptone Studios 11/4/92 (when Kraptone was in the back of the old Cat's Cradle club). Originally appeared on the "Hit Self-Destruct" EP on Australia's Hippy Knight Records as a 10" and CD.
5: Recorded at Duck Kee Studios 7/18/93. Originally released as the B-side of the "Ribbon" single, available on 7" vinyl only.
6: Same recording information as track 5, this was the A-side of the Merge single, originally released in limited silkscreened sleeve courtesy Tannis Root Productions.
7: Recorded at Pachyderm Studios 12/93. Originally released as a B-side to "The First Part" single on Merge.
8: Recorded at West Beach Studios 9/92. B-side of "The Question Is How Fast" single on Merge.
9: Recorded at Duck Kee Studios 12/13/91. Appeared on the "Pyloric Waves" compilation on Detox Records, Greensboro, NC.
10: Recorded at Duck Kee Studios 10/31/90. Previously unreleased, dedicated here to Steve Scruz and Meat Records.
11: Recorded at Drive - In Studios 3/25/92. Originally appeared on the "Inclined Plane" compilation 7" on Simple Machines Records.
12: Appeared as a B-side on "The First Part" single, same recording information as track 7.
13: Appeared on the "Hit Self-Destruct" EP. Recording information is the same as for track 4.
14: Acoustic version of the song off "No Pocky For Kitty" (Matador) recorded for the "Hit Self-Destruct" EP.
15: Recorded at Chicago Recording Co. 4/24/91. Originally appeared on the "Teryaki Asthma" compilation 7" on C/Z Records.
16: Recorded at Drive - In Studios 3/25/92. Originally appeared on "Working Holiday" split 7" on Simple Machines Records.
17: Appeared as a B-side of "The Question Is How Fast." Same recording information as track 8.
18: Recorded at Pachyderm Studios 12/93. Originally released as a one sided 7" given away with Speed Kills fanzine, issue #6.

Track 19, an alternate version of "Precision Auto," is a hidden bonus track not mentioned on the release. It follows one minute of silence.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724384064426

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MRG085CD Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-95 ‎(CD, Comp) Merge Records MRG085CD US 1995
MRG085CD Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-95 ‎(Cass, Comp) Merge Records MRG085CD US 1995
EFA 04959-1 LP Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-95 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) City Slang EFA 04959-1 LP UK 1995
MRG085-pr Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-95 ‎(CD, Comp, Promo, Adv) Merge Records MRG085-pr US 1995
04959-2 Superchunk Incidental Music 1991-95 ‎(CD, Comp) City Slang 04959-2 Germany 1995

Superchunk - Incidental Music 1991-95

Performer: Superchunk

Album Title: Incidental Music 1991-95

Genre: Rock

Label: City Slang ‎– 724384064426
Type: CD, Compilation
Country: France
Date of released: 1995
Category: Rock
Style: Indie Rock

MP3 album zip size: 1659 mb

FLAC album zip size: 1829 mb

Rating: 5.0 / 5

Votes: 380

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