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Games & Groceries - 2023 Remaster [Digipak]
Artist: R Moore Stevie
Format: CD

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Label: THINK LIKE A KEY REC
Rel. Date: 02/24/2023
UPC: 782706673695

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DISC: 1

1. Games
2. I Wanna Sleep
3. You Came Along Just in Time
4. I'm Dancing
5. This Wednesday
6. I Go Into Your Mind
7. Horizontal Hideaway
8. Part of the Problem
9. Mass Assembly
10. Short Game
11. You Always Want What You Don't Have
12. Near Tonight
13. Mass Assembly
14. Composition Process
15. The Wonders of Welding
16. Too Many Girlz
17. New Jersey Games
18. Groceries
19. I Love Us, We Love Me
20. Advertising Agency of Fucking
21. Feed the Cat
22. River
23. Why Can't I Write a Hit
24. Ethan Sequence
25. Lip Service
26. I Am Freaking Out
27. The Meeting That Couldn't Be
28. Pasketti-Do It Again
29. I'm Too Old (To Fall in Love)
30. I Missed July
31. No Talking
32. Dirty Woman
33. Puttin' Up the Groceries
34. Lip Service (Complete Edit) [Bonus Track]

More Info:

TLAK Goes DIY series presents a welcome remastered edition of Games & Groceries by R. Stevie Moore. Originally a cassette album recorded in 1978 by this pioneer of home recording and do-it-yourself musical aesthetic. This double album features some of his most imaginative and entertaining writing and recording from this period, making it one of the most popular albums among RSM fans. It's music diverse, ranging from sunshine pop to new-wave powerpop, with a fair share of novelty tunes, musique concrète and disco satire. Includes one of Moore's best, "Part of the Problem" in it's original late 70's form. Since 1968, the pop craftsman has cranked out hundreds of underground album-length recordings and with his catalog exploding across the internet in the 2000s, future generations are now certain to discover him as well. Featuring a proper remaster by Prof. Stoned, this is a great entry point for those who are new to the world of R. Stevie Moore and for fans, this is an well overdue reissue.