Dig Me Out - 90s Rock Review
#085: Jaundice by Lucy’s Fur Coat

#085: Jaundice by Lucy’s Fur Coat

August 28, 2012

For episode #85, thanks to a listener suggestion we're tackling Lucy's Fur Coat, and their 1994 album, Jaundice. Although Jason admitted to purchasing the album years ago, he never got around to actually listening to it, so it's fresh and new for both.

We've often discussed the importance of a frontman who can do more than just sing in key, that personality can elevate a mediocre band. So what does Lucy's Fur Coat bring to the table? And what is on the Mars Rover iTunes playlist? Tune in to find out.

Songs in this Episode:

Intro - Falling Out

4:16 - History of the Band

11:17 - Easy

14:18 - Super

17:18 - Not My Fault

18:44 - Same

21:15 - Southern Cookin'

Outro - Treasure Hands

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#084: No Pocky For Kitty by Superchunk

#084: No Pocky For Kitty by Superchunk

August 21, 2012

For episode #84, we're joined by fellow podcaster Kim Ware to check out her suggestion, Superchunk's 1993 album No Pocky for Kitty. Kim spent time drumming and booking shows in Wilmington, North Carolina in the 1990s, where the legendary and lesser known Chapel Hill bands regularly gigged around town.

Tim and J were both more familiar with the later Superchunk releases than the early Matador years, so how does No Pocky For Kitty stack up? Does the energetic and sometimes frantic mix of punk, power-pop and indie rock come together? And why is Majesty Shredding so hard to pronounce after one beer? Tune in to find out.

Check out Kim's podcast - This Is The Sound

Songs In this Episode:

Intro - Punch Me Harder

11:38 - History of the Band

25:12 - Tower

34:24 - Skip Steps 1 + 3

41:46 - Sidewalk

44:40 - Punch Me Harder

Outro - Throwing Things

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#083: Flood by Headswim

#083: Flood by Headswim

August 14, 2012

For episode #83 we return to our long list of listener suggestions and check out the 1994 album Flood by Headswim. A first blush the sound is reminiscent of Seattle's biggest and brightest - Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Alice In Chains. But when you dig a little deeper, the band is definitely stretching out to find their own sound, only question is - does is work? Tune in to find out.

Song In This Episode:

Intro - Apple of My Eye

2:42 - History of the Band

8:08 - Gone To Pot

9:45 - Soup

11:41 - Stinkhorn

15:52 - Try Disappointed

23:16 - Down

Outro - Safe Harvest

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#082: Troublegum by Therapy?

#082: Troublegum by Therapy?

August 7, 2012

On episode #82 of Dig Me Out, we've got another listener suggestion. This week we tackle one of the more prolific and perplexing bands of the last twenty years - Therapy? No, it's not a question, the name is Therapy?, and we're checking out their 1994 album Troublegum.

The band has confounded many with their quick-witted lyrics and musical mash-up of metal, punk, rock, industrial and more. So what did we make of this equally exciting and jarring album? Tune in to find out.

Songs In This Episode:

Intro - Nowhere

3:47 - History of the Band

12:29 - Screamager

17:34 - Femtex

20:46 - Turn

22:46 - Isolation

28:04 - Hellybelly

Outro - Trigger Inside

Note: For the faint of heart, Tim apologizes for the accidental f-bomb, enthusiasm got the best of him.

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