Oblivians - Six Of The Best album FLAC
The album was a collection of two previously released 10" EP's, Never Enough and Six of the Best, as well as four additional tracks also recorded for the Sympathy label. In 1997 the band teamed up with New Orleans one-man band and nightclub organist Mr. Quintron to record their third and final LP, the Gospel music-inspired. Play 9 Songs with Mr Quintron. Play Nine Songs and the rest of the Oblivians' catalogue as one of the reasons for the eventual breakup of the band, noting that the group had begun to stray from a musical aesthetic that all its members could agree upon.
The Oblivians were an American punk rock trio from 1993 to 1998. They reunited in 2009. In the 1990s, their blues-infused brand of crudely-recorded music made them one of the most popular and prominent bands within the underground garage punk scene. Let us know what you think of the Last.
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While still a member of the Oblivians, Cartwright had begun to amass a number of songs he deemed too moody or melancholy to be released under the Oblivians moniker. These songs would eventually become the basis for his next band, the Reigning Sound, a more R&B-focused act. The original version of the band consisted of Cartwright, Alex Greene (guitar/keyboards, vocals), Jeremy Scott (bass, vocals), and Greg Roberson (drums). With the Reigning Sound, Cartwright released the 2001 album, Break Up, Break Down and the 2002 album Time Bomb High School. The album came about by chance after Cartwright was already in Milwaukee recording an album for The Goodnight Loving.
Best of the Worst (93-97). Active from 1993 to 1997, the Oblivians were a major part of the mid-'90s garage rock boom that saw countless releases from indie labels Crypt and In the Red, and with the New Bomb Turks, Cheater Slicks, the Mummies, etc. all ripping off the same Sonics riffs. With two guitars, drums and no bass, Eric (Oblivian), Jack (Oblivian) and Greg (Oblivian) switched off on instruments, spewing a possessed cross between Pussy Galore, the Gories and the Stooges with lots of Jon Spencer-style hoots punctuating the vocals
But this is the best of the best. Posted on August 13, 2012, 16:45 GMT. copyranter.
The Oblivians packed a lot into their initial five-year run, even if their work went largely unheralded outside of the sludgy, garage punk scene they helped cultivate in their home base of Memphis. But now, close to 15 years after their split, the trio’s trenchant, lo-fi brand of gutter punk has found the warm embrace of a new generation of fans, thanks in no small part to Jay Reatard, Ty Segall, and others who have helped carry their ugly torch. How do you recreate such intense, chaotic moments when, chances are, you can’t even remember them? In the case of the Oblivians’ excellent new album on In the Red - the trio’s first in 16 years - apparently they don’t even bother to recollect.
|A3||What Rock N' Roll Is About|
|B2||Something 4 Nothing|
|B3||Big Black Hole|
|B4||Can't Afford You Baby|
- Recorded At – Al's Harmonic Salon
- Guitar, Drums, Vocals – Eric Oblivian, Greg Oblivian, Jack Oblivian
- Other [Model] – D'Lana
- Photography By – Jim Cole
- Recorded By [With] – Eric Phillips
NotesRecorded at Al's Harmonic Salon, Memphis, TN.
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): SFTRI-383-A L̶̷-̶̷4̶̷5̶̷2̶̷9̶̷2̶̷
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|SFTRI 383||Oblivians||Six Of The Best (10", EP, RP)||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 383||US||2009|
|SFTRI 383||Oblivians||Six Of The Best (10")||Sympathy For The Record Industry||SFTRI 383||US||1995|