Dragnalus - Unwound - What Was Wound (CD)

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  1. Artist: Unwound Genre: Rock Release Date: 03/18/ Label: Numero Group Catalog Number: NUM Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: 3 LP set of 'Fake Train' and 'New Plastic Ideas' remasters in replica sleeves, plus a third LP of Mkultra and Negated 7” material, previously unissued radio sessions, indie comp rarities, and a cover of Minutemen's "Plight".
  2. Dragnalus Lyrics: This song / That song / Love song / Hate song - you're so bored with / My life / Your life / This life / Our lives - you're so bored with / Everything / Anything / Anywhere.
  3. Tristan und Isolde (Tristan and Isolde), WWV 90, is an opera in three acts by Richard Wagner to a German libretto by the composer, based largely on the 12th-century romance Tristan by Gottfried von Strassburg. It was composed between 18and premiered at the Königliches Hof- und Nationaltheater in Munich on 10 June with Hans von Bülow conducting.
  4. Feb 10,  · What Was Wound, a Compilation of songs by Unwound. Released in December on Numero (catalog no. NUM; CD). Genres: Post-Hardcore, Noise Rock. Featured peformers: Justin Trosper (guitar, vocals), Vern Rumsey (bass)/5(36).
  5. May 30,  · All seven of their studio albums, nine singles, 24 compilation tracks, complete Peel Sessions, original demo tape, original Fake Train recorded with Tim Green, Live Leaves, a disc of live rarities, and pre-unwound band Giant Henry’s complete recordings (plus reunion show), plus a minute DVD filled with live footage, videos, and other detritus of the VHS era/5(21).
  6. What Was Wound Unwound. CDx10+ $ 10 CD box set, includes DVD Notify me. The definitive Unwound, on 10 glorious CD's. All seven of their studio albums, nine singles, 24 compilation tracks, complete Peel Sessions, original demo tape, original Fake Train recorded with Tim Green, Live Leaves, a disc of live rarities, and pre-unwound band.
  7. Boomkat Product Review: "Numero Group unravels Rat Conspiracy, installment #2 in the label’s exhaustive 4-part Unwound reissue undertaking. This chapter intros the Olympia, Washington, noise-punk trio anew, kicking off with hi-hat thwaks on “Dragnalus” from drummer Sara Lund, whose lockstep partnership with Justin Trosper and Vern Rumsey marked the forging of a s indie-rock legend.
  8. This album represents the other end of Unwound's creative spectrum. It's messy and quite sloppy at times, but the enthusiasm and sheer exuberance are just dripping off this one. LICK IT UP! The first and third songs ('Dragnalus' and 'Nervous Energy') deserve just as much to be anthems of disaffection and boredom as any chart-topping Nirvana song/5(6).

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