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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: V2
  • ASIN: B000GCF93A
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 255,883 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 23 Jun. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Jarvis Cocker. Bobby Gillespie. Thurston Moore. None of these people have their own music featured on this compilation, but they are amongst the many, varied individuals whose selections are featured herein.

As part of their 30th anniversary celebrations (see also Rough Trade Shops: Counter Culture 06 and Rough Trade Shops: Counter Culture 76), Rough Trade Shops asked a selection of their exciting clientele to suggest tracks that they had bought from those hallowed premises over the preceding three decades. So it came to pass that 30 tracks were chosen by 30 well-listened folk, including rocks stars, label bosses, artists, comedians and a farmer called Spazom.

The eventual tracklist is as varied as one could wish, and laid out in chronological order of release, from The Modern Lovers' laconic `Pablo Picasso' to LCD Soundsystem's bouncy `Losing My Edge'. Sandwiched between these can be found the wiry punk of Bikini Kill, the furious lunacy of Lard, Afrika Bambaataa's unhinged electrofunk, Karen Dalton's raw and affecting blues, The Carter Family's down-home country, a delightfully odd electronic Smiths cover from Schneider TM...

Suffice to say, there is more going on here than in the average compilation. One would expect nothing less from Rough Trade Shops, who had already proven themselves to be masters of the compiler's art by this point, and their curation of this project does not disappoint in any way. Even the packaging is top quality, the liner notes filled with photographs and pocket biographies for the bands and contributors alike.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. P. O'shaughnessy on 6 Oct. 2014
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1.01 –Modern Lovers, The Pablo Picasso 4:21
1.02 –Swell Maps Read About Seymour 1:28
1.03 –Kleenex Hedi's Head 2:11
1.04 –Rezillos I Can't Stand My Baby 2:39
1.05 –Adam And The Ants Zerox 3:48
1.06 –Holger Czukay Persian Love 6:24
1.07 –Mekons, The Kill 4:53
1.08 –Soft Boys, The I Wanna Destroy You 2:53
1.09 –Boyd Rice Track 1, Side 1 1:38
1.10 –Blue Orchids Work 4:01
1.11 –Afrika Bambaataa And The Soul Sonic Force* Planet Rock 6:23
1.12 –Mighty Mighty Night After Night 4:22
1.13 –Bongwater His Old Look 3:00
1.14 –Lard The Power Of Lard 7:29
1.15 –Pixies Here Comes Your Man 3:23
2.01 –Joe Strummer Island Hopping 2:38
2.02 –Skinned Teen Pillow Case Kisser 1:39
2.03 –Bikini Kill Capri Pants 1:40
2.04 –Stock, Hausen & Walkman Belly Up 4:14
2.05 –Stereolab & Nurse With Wound Simple Headphone Mind 10:46
2.06 –Lal Waterson & Oliver Knight At First She Starts 2:47
2.07 –Karen Dalton In The Evening (It's So Hard To Tell Who's Going To Love You The Best) 4:30
2.08 –Mulatu Astatke Yèkèrmo Sèw 4:12
2.09 –Matmos Stupid Fambaloo 4:56
2.10 –Frogs, The Sailors Board Me Now 3:17
2.11 –Schneider TM Vs. KPT.Michi.Gan The Light 3000 4:05
2.12 –Carter Family, The No Depression In Heaven 2:52
2.13 –James Luther Dickinson* O How She Dances 3:14
2.14 –Björk Where Is The Line 4:41
2.15 –LCD Soundsystem Losing My Edge 7:53
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