Wednesday, January 26, 2005

When the devil came/ he was not red/ he was chrome and he said....

...that Pitchfork is reporting that Wilco is re-releasing a ghost is born with some extra tracks on a bonus disc. And those tracks just happen to be:

01 Panthers
02 At Least That's What You Said (live)
03 The Late Greats (live)
04 Handshake Drugs (live)
05 Kicking Television

Now before you get all "Boo-hoo I already bought that album I don't want to buy it again because I'm poor and I really want to buy some Shuggie Otis re-issues on vinyl," remember that Yankee Hotel Foxtrot was going to get the same treatment and you said the same thing except you were saving for some ultra-rare record by some band that started Brooklyn dance-punk and it turned out Wilco let you download that EP for free on their website (if you bought YHF). Remember that? The Kamera EP? With all that downloadable art work? Yes, that's the one, so let's not get all up in arms.

Also, Pitchfork still seems to have a burr in its britches over the SpongeBob soundtrack:
"...and helped get them to contribute a predictably decent song for the predictably so-so soundtrack to the predictably bad The Spongebob Square Pants Movie."
Jesus guys, it was a crappy little soundtrack. Give it a rest.


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