American Music Club - The Everclear Rehearsals Late 1990 album flac
- Album: The Everclear Rehearsals Late 1990
- FLAC: 1650 mb | MP3: 1951 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Folk Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 102
- Format: WAV FLAC TTA MMF MOD WMA MP2
|1||Jesus' Hands (Take1)||3:03|
|2||The Confidential Agent||5:14|
|3||Chanel #5 (Take1)||4:54|
|4||Miracle On 8th St. (Take1)||4:19|
|7||Sick Of Food||4:57|
|8||Why Won't You Stay (Take1)||3:45|
|9||The Right Thing||3:24|
|10||Crystal Always Knows (Take2)||3:14|
|12||Jesus' Hands (Take2)||3:04|
|13||Miracle On 8th St. (Take2)||4:09|
- Written-By [All Songs By] – Eitzel*
NotesLimited to 600 copies.
Comes in foldout insert in PVC sleeve.
Sold on 2008 European tour & via Decor Records.
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American Music Club was an American, San Francisco-based indie rock band, led by singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel. Formed in 1983, the band released seven albums before splitting up in 1995. They reformed in 2003 and released two further albums. Although born in California, Eitzel spent his formative years in Okinawa (Japan), Taiwan, Southampton (the United Kingdom) and Ohio (United States) before returning to the Bay Area in 1981.
Everclear is the fifth studio album by American indie rock band American Music Club. It was released on October 5, 1991 on Alias Records. Rise" was released as a single in 1991 via the Rise CD maxi-EP on Alias Records, which contained the non-album tracks "Chanel "The Right Thing" and an alternate version of "Crabwalk". The music video for "Rise" received minor play on MTV's 120 Minutes late-night program.
By the time of their fifth album Everclear from 1991, American Music Club was anything but a household name. If you caught their single "Rise" on late on night on MTV, or by chance on an adventurous radio station, you are among a lucky few. Considering the musical landscape for rock, where 80s hair/glam metal was still dominant while ascendent alternative had yet to be come a proper decade-defining brand name, it's easy to see why you may have missed it. AMC evokes ideas of genres without ever settling on one, making mainstream classification all but impossible. The album feels timeless, yet could easily be the recollection of a single night of boozing and fury.
American Music Club album bestography. Higher ranked (3,938th) This album (6,217th) Lower ranked (7,092nd) Mercury Engine Everclear. Members who like this album also like: The Stone Roses by The Stone Roses, Hounds Of Love by Kate Bush and It's A Shame About Ray by The Lemonheads. Listen to Engine on YouTube. American Music Club – Engine. American Music Club - Nightwatchman (Audio Only). American Music Club – Everclear.
1992 in Portland, OR. Genre. Alternative Pop/Rock Alternative/Indie Rock Grunge Post-Grunge Hard Rock. Biography by John Bush. Unpretentious alternative act led by rock 'n' roll survivor Art Alexakis became one of the '90s most consistent hitmakers.
Popular music in the 1990s saw the continuation of teen pop and dance-pop trends which had emerged in the 1970s and 1980s
While American Music Club languished in obscurity in their native country, they earned a solid European cult following on the strength of 1988's California, a frequently brilliant collection highlighted by the shimmering country and folk accouterments which couched fractured love songs like "Firefly" and "Western Sky"; "Blue and Grey Shirt," Eitzel's most heartfelt and powerful composition to date, was the first. After a solo acoustic Eitzel release, 1991's Songs of Love, American Music Club emerged with its masterpiece, Everclear, a remarkable song cycle released to phenomenal critical acclaim (and the usual negligible commercial interest). Still, the lavish praise heaped on Everclear (named in honor of a vicious, 180-proof transparent liquor) finally made the major labels take notice, and a bidding war ensued.