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Sub-Pop-200 (1988)

Artist: Various Artists
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Format: CD
Sku: 60171213
UPC: 098787002522
UPC 14: 00098787002522
Release Date: 9/12/1995
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Sex God Missy - Tad ~ Various Artists
2. Is It Day I'm Seeing - The Fluid ~ Various Artists
3. Spank Thru - Nirvana ~ Various Artists
4. Come Out Tonight - Steven Jesse Bernstein ~ Various Artists
5. Rose, The - Mudhoney ~ Various Artists
6. Got No Chains - The Walkabouts ~ Various Artists
7. Dead Is Dead - Terry Lee Hale ~ Various Artists
8. Sub Pop Rock City - Soundgarden ~ Various Artists
9. Hangin' Tree - Green River ~ Various Artists
10. Swallow My Pride - The Fastbacks ~ Various Artists
11. Outback, The - Blood Circus ~ Various Artists
12. Zoo - Swallow ~ Various Artists
13. Underground - Chemistry Set ~ Various Artists
14. Gonna Find A Cave - Girl Trouble ~ Various Artists
15. Split - The Nights & Days ~ Various Artists
16. Big Cigar - Cat Butt ~ Various Artists
17. Pajama Party In A Haunted Hive - Beat Happening ~ Various Artists
18. Love Or Confusion - Screaming Trees ~ Various Artists
19. Untitled - Steve Fisk ~ Various Artists
20. You Lost It - Thrown Ups ~ Various Artists
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Scott Sutherland, Rod Ho, Rob Vasquez, Michael Anderson, Rick Kulwicki, Kim Thayil, Kurt Cobain, Mark Arm, Tad Doyle, Terry Lee Hale, Chris Eckman (vocals, guitar); Carla Torgerson (vocals, cello, keyboards); Matthew Perryman Jones, Garrett Shavlik, Mathew Jones (vocals, drums); Brendon Shriane (vocals, tambourine, percussion); Chris Cornell, John Robinson , David E. Duet, Judah, Kurt P. Kendall, Matt Bischoff, Calvin, Kim Warnick, Mark Lanegan, Calvin Johnson (vocals); Tom Ewers, Manny Eldorado, Stone, Gary Thorstensen, Gary Lee Conner, James Burdyshaw, Chris Pugh, Steve Turner , Bill Owen, Geoff Robinson, Sam Albright, James Clower, Kurt Bloch, Bill Henderson , Bootsy Collins (guitar); Michael Wells (harmonica); Dan Peters, Scott "Guitar" Schikler, Alex, Bon Henderson, Heather Lewis, Grant Eckman, Alex Laipeneiks, Steve Wied, Scott Vanderpool, A-Lex , Doug Day, Chad Channing, Mark Pickerel, Matt Cameron, Nate Johnson (drums); Steve Fisk (sampler); Jack Endino (background vocals).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Jack Endino.
Muze PNote Recording information: Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, WA (1986-1988); Steve Lawson Studio, Seattle, WA (1986-1988); Steve Lawson Studios, Seattle, WA (1986-1988); Velvetone, Ellensberg, WA (1986-1988).
Muze PNote Illustrator: Charles Burns.
Muze PNote Photographer: Charles Peterson .
Muze PNote With the exception of the Melvins, at the point Sub Pop 200 was released the label had virtually every important Seattle band on its roster. Here 20 bands get to strut their stuff in the premainstream alternative rock world. And many of the bands that helped alternative rock reach its popularity are represented here, including Soundgarden, Nirvana, Screaming Trees, and Green River (which would mutate into Pearl Jam). Strangely enough, most of these bands do not have the standout tracks on the album. The Fastbacks try to steal the show with their charged cover of Green River's "Swallow My Pride," but the Walkabouts might have the best song here with their folk-rocker "Got No Chains." Mudhoney covers the Bette Midler torch song "The Rose," while the Chemistry Set have an impressive entry with "Underground." The Thrown Ups also show up with the best song in their catalog, "You Lost It." The album as a whole is really good; there are few standouts, but everything is solid. Many will buy the album for the Nirvana track "Spank Thru," which is decent, but hopefully those listeners will stick around for the good obscure grunge tracks included. ~ Bradley Torreano

Engineer: Chris Hanzsek; Jack Endino; Steve Fisk; Bruce Calder

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 09/12/1995
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1988
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 25
Music Label Name Label : Sub Pop (USA)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00098787002522

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