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Rarities is a compilation album by the American alternative rock band The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released exclusively in Japan on November 1, 1997. It includes early and live versions of songs from the band's first two albums, a few rare b-sides, and one brand new track, "Novocaine Hurricane". Video Killed the Radio Star" is a cover of the song by The Buggles, which is a song the band has performed live at almost every concert they've done
The Presidents of the United States of America (band). The Presidents of the United States of America (occasionally referred to as PUSA, The Presidents or Pot USA) were an American alternative rock power trio band. The band formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1993, and disbanded in 2016. The three-piece group consisted of vocalist and "basitarist" Chris Ballew, drummer and vocalist Jason Finn with "guitbassist" and vocalist Andrew McKeag.
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Distribution Sony Music. Disc artwork states 'Nonbreakable Stereo 33 1/3 RPM "360 Sound" Side 1' as on vintage vinyl labels.
It was the debut that blew up originally, positing the Presidents in the midst of the mid-'90s grunge explosion with singles like "Peaches," "Lump," and "Kitty. It includes the original album in its entirety, as well as 12 bonus tracks and demos dating from the same era. (And mindset, as "Carolyn's Booty" proves.
This special release celebrates the 10 year anniversary of their multi-million selling original album release with Columbia Records in 1995, and includes two discs - a music CD and a DVD. The music CD includes: all 13 songs from their 1995 CD (which includes their two biggest hits - Lump and Peaches - as well as the very popular Kitty); six songs from the band's independent days prior to signing with Columbia (Confusion, Candy Cigarette, Wake Up, Carolyn's Booty, F k California, & Puffy Little Shoes); and seven demo versions of songs. Locke introducing the band and shouting the "Volcano" refrain of the song, a live version of Lunatic to Love, and a studio video of Tiny Explosions.
The Presidents of the United States of America song). The band toured Australia for a reunion, and had an interview with Music Feeds and stated: I picture this front yard, and I picture you being otherwise influenced b. ucy in the sky with diamonds, yeah. For Peaches, if you just Google ‘Marxist interpretation of Peaches,’ up pops this treatus and somebody has, this has been the internet for years and years. It’s a full explanation of how Peaches is an accurate metaphor for socialism. I was listening to Neil Young at the time, particularly the album Ragged Glory, and I wrote that part on the spot going for a heavy, dissonant, chugging Neil sort of thing, along the lines of the song Fuckin' Up. "Peaches" Track Info. Written By Chris Ballew. Release Date February 27, 1996. The Presidents of the United States of America The Presidents of the United States of America.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
- Designed At – Wongdoody
- Co-producer – S. Craig Montgomery*
- Design – Chük
- Management – Staci Slater
- Photography By – Kevin Westenberg
- Producer – The Presidents Of The United States Of America
- Written-By – Chris Ballew, Dave Dederer
NotesBenefit CD single. Comes in a cardboard sleeve with insert.
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