Complete your The Godrays collection. SSR 006 LP. The Godrays. Us. 1997.
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Listen to music from The Godrays like Crummy, Crack You Up & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Godrays. Or, for that matter, the deadpan brilliance of a song title like "Vampires Suck. New York's Godrays tagged team male-female vocals over solid, indie pop gems. Reflective, often witty lyrical introspection, energetic guitars, and a Versus cover. Kind of like candy, without the toothaches.
If you were hip to The Godrays, chances are you held some level of affection for their twee-pop antecedents Small Factory. In fact, the 'rays featured exactly two thirds of the Factory, specifically Alex Kemp and drum-wrangler Phoebe Summersquash. The apple doesn't fall from the tree, and in fact much of this wax could pass for Small Factory fare.
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There is also a very rare vinyl pressing of the record on the Japanese label Syft, which has since gone out of business. The vinyl pressing also has 2 additional tracks ("Friend's Father's Mother" and "Angeline") not featured on the CD version.
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Songs like that come out in five minutes; if I work on them more than, say, 20 minutes, they’re probably not going to work. Read Jay-Z’s full essay here. The Running on Empty album was Browne's grand experiment: a set of all-new songs recorded onstage, in hotel rooms and on the tour bus. The title track was actually written while Browne was driving to the studio each day to make The Pretender. I was always driving around with no gas in the car," he said. They were rumored to be Chris Blackwell's choice over Bob Marley and the Wailers when he wanted a group for his Island label. Appears on: The Harder They Come (Hip-O).
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- Bass – Alex Kemp (tracks: C), David McCaffrey (tracks: A)
- Drums, Vocals – Phoebe Summersquash
- Guitar – Greg Griffith (tracks: C)
- Guitar, Vocals – Alex Kemp
- Producer – Adam Lasus (tracks: A, C)
- Recorded By – Adam Lasus (tracks: A, C), Alex Kemp (tracks: B), The Godrays (tracks: D)
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