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Rough Trade Shops - 25 Years Box set

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  • Audio CD (5 Mar. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B00005A0XY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 128,368 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. 30 Seconds Over Tokyo - Pere Ubu
  2. Boredom - Buzzcocks
  3. Fisherman - The Congos
  4. Nag Nag Nag - Cabaret Voltaire
  5. T.V.O.D. - The Normal
  6. Suspect Device - Stiff Little Fingers
  7. United - Throbbing Gristle
  8. Ambition - Subway Sect
  9. Part Time Punks - Television Personalities
  10. Fairytale In The Supermarket - The Raincoats
  11. Reality Asylum - Crass
  12. Transmission - Joy Division
  13. People Say - The Go Betweens
  14. Let's Build A Car - Swell Maps

Disc: 2

  1. Final Day - Young Marble Giants
  2. How I Wrote Elastic Man - The Fall
  3. Mr Clarinet - The Birthday Party
  4. There Goes Concorde Again - ...And The Native Hipsters
  5. The Sweetest Girl - Scritti Politti
  6. Shipbuilding - Robert Wyatt
  7. Gums Bleed - Foetus
  8. Hand In Glove - The Smiths
  9. Sugar Hiccup - Cocteau Twins
  10. Krieg In Den Stadten - Einst - rzende Neubauten
  11. Tupelo - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
  12. Road To Nowhere - Talking Heads
  13. Death Valley '69 (w. Lydia Lunch) - Sonic Youth
  14. Hard Left - Tackhead

Disc: 3

  1. Jungle - Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Dub Syndicate
  2. Birthday - The Sugarcubes
  3. Bone Machine - Pixies
  4. Touch Me I'm Silk - Mudhoney
  5. Revolution - Spacemen 3
  6. Different Drum - Lemonheads
  7. Further Back The Faster - Coil
  8. The Light that Will Cease To Fail - Steriolab
  9. Her Jazz - Huggy Bear
  10. Fade Into You - Mazzy Star
  11. Song To The Siren - The Chemical Brothers
  12. Pink Frost - The Chills
  13. Soaky - In The Pooper
  14. Sciew Spoc - Gescom

Disc: 4

  1. Plastique (Video Mix) - Plastikman
  2. Gak 4 - Gak
  3. 6am Jullander Shere - Cornershop
  4. Presha III - Studio Pressure
  5. Everything You Do Is A Balloon - Boards Of Canada
  6. Flashlegs - Echoboy
  7. As The Rain (Adrian Sherwood On-U Sound - Jeb Loy Nichols
  8. Monkey On Your Back - Clinic
  9. Hot Topic - Le Tigre
  10. To You - I Am Kloot
  11. In The Bath - Lemon Jelly
  12. F**k The Pain Away - Peaches
  13. My Winding Wheel - Ryan Adams
  14. Talk To Me (91 Version) - Tindersticks

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The very idea of a Greatest Hits Of Rough Trade--the very indiest of all of London's independent record stores--should have seemed, in theory, about as risible as the compiling of a Led Zeppelin singles collection. In practice, though, this anniversary compilation is nigh on essential. After 25 years of catering to London's most clued-up punters, Rough Trade has achieved a very respectable legacy of eclecticism; while other lesser independent record shops have tended more towards the traditional, guitar-led music that's come to epitomise modern indie, this compilation offers laudably impressive scope, collecting together a number of the chain's most popular sellers and sequencing them in a loosely chronological order. It certainly throws up some interesting juxtapositions: the caustic riot grrrl of Huggy Bear's "Her Jazz" rubbing up against futuristic avant-pop of Stereolab's "The Light That Will Cease To Fail"; the super-political anarcho-punk of Crass's "Reality Asylum" mere moments from the twee jangle-pop of The Raincoats' "Fairytale In The Supermarket"; or the cobwebbed dub of Lee "Scratch" Perry's "Jungle" that's a massive cultural leap from the loopy Icelandic pop explosion of The Sugarcubes' "Birthday". Taking risks, but seldom putting a foot wrong--really, it doesn't matter if you've ever browsed the rack of Rough Trade, as this compilation is as good an alternative pop encyclopaedia that you'll find. --Louis Pattison


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