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Name:Modest Mouse Discography [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

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Ugly Casanova - Sharpen Your Teeth 2002 (Size: 3.50 GB) (Files: 200)

 Ugly Casanova - Sharpen Your Teeth 2002

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  Sharpen Your Teeth.cue

1.88 KB

  13 So Long To The Holidays.flac

36.02 MB

  12 Things I Don't Remember.flac

22.41 MB

  11 Smoke Like Ribbons.flac

28.72 MB

  10 Pacifico.flac

14.13 MB

  09 Beesting.flac

4.77 MB

  08 Ice On The Sheets.flac

41.58 MB

  07 Cat Faces.flac

20.83 MB

  06 Diamonds On The Face Of Evil.flac

20.73 MB

  05 (No Song).flac

1.62 MB

  04 Hotcha Girls.flac

27.83 MB

  03 Parasites.flac

21.27 MB

  02 Spilled Milk Factory.flac

26.69 MB

  01 Barnacles.flac

30.58 MB

 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

0.02 KB

 Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank 2007

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2.54 KB

  Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank.m3u

1.16 KB

  Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank.log

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  14. Modest Mouse - Invisible.flac

29.77 MB

  13. Modest Mouse - People As Places As People.flac

26.19 MB

  12. Modest Mouse - Spitting Venom.flac

59.01 MB

  11. Modest Mouse - Steam Engenius.flac

29.65 MB

  10. Modest Mouse - Little Motel.flac

29.25 MB

  09. Modest Mouse - Education.flac

27.93 MB

  08. Modest Mouse - Fly Trapped In A Jar.flac

31.86 MB

  07. Modest Mouse - We've Got Everything.flac

28.76 MB

  06. Modest Mouse - Missed The Boat.flac

30.71 MB

  05. Modest Mouse - Parting Of The Sensory.flac

38.66 MB

  04. Modest Mouse - Florida.flac

22.54 MB

  03. Modest Mouse - Fire It Up.flac

33.92 MB

  02. Modest Mouse - Dashboard.flac

29.55 MB

  01. Modest Mouse - March Into The Sea.flac

23.82 MB

 Modest Mouse - This is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About 1996

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2.88 KB

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1.37 KB

  Modest Mouse - This Is A Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About.log

7.25 KB

  16. Modest Mouse - Space Travel Is Boring.flac

10.97 MB

  15. Modest Mouse - Make Everyone Happy , Mechanical Birds.flac

41.69 MB

  14. Modest Mouse - Talking Shit About A Pretty Sunset.flac

38.19 MB

  13. Modest Mouse - Exit Does Not Exist.flac

37.03 MB

  12. Modest Mouse - Ohio.flac

39.83 MB

  11. Modest Mouse - Tundra , Desert.flac

38.33 MB

  10. Modest Mouse - Novocain Stain.flac

26.38 MB

  09. Modest Mouse - Dog Paddle.flac

13.40 MB

  08. Modest Mouse - Head South.flac

30.75 MB

  07. Modest Mouse - She Ionizes and Atomizes.flac

26.96 MB

  06. Modest Mouse - Beach Side Property.flac

46.27 MB

  05. Modest Mouse - Lounge.flac

38.61 MB

  04. Modest Mouse - Might.flac

9.40 MB

  03. Modest Mouse - Custom Concern.flac

28.41 MB

  02. Modest Mouse - Breakthrough.flac

29.05 MB

  01. Modest Mouse - Dramamine.flac

39.55 MB

 Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica 2000

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2.98 KB

  Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica.m3u

1.34 KB

  Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica.log

6.77 KB

  15. Modest Mouse - What People Are Made Of.flac

15.00 MB

  14. Modest Mouse - Life Like Weeds.flac

42.61 MB

  13. Modest Mouse - Lives.flac

19.49 MB

  12. Modest Mouse - I Came as A Rat.flac

24.20 MB

  11. Modest Mouse - Paper Thin Walls.flac

19.04 MB

  10. Modest Mouse - Wild Packs of Family Dogs.flac

9.70 MB

  09. Modest Mouse - The Stars Are Projectors.flac

54.99 MB

  08. Modest Mouse - Alone Down There.flac

15.93 MB

  07. Modest Mouse - The Cold Part.flac

30.40 MB

  06. Modest Mouse - A Different City.flac

22.31 MB

  05. Modest Mouse - Tiny Cities Made of Ashes.flac

25.15 MB

  04. Modest Mouse - Perfect Disguise.flac

14.59 MB

  03. Modest Mouse - Dark Center of The Universe.flac

33.63 MB

  02. Modest Mouse - Gravity Rides Everything.flac

26.38 MB

  01. Modest Mouse - 3rd Planet.flac

23.55 MB

 Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West 1997

  The Lonesome Crowded West.cue

2.39 KB

  Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West.m3u

1.14 KB

  Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West.log

7.46 KB

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940.21 KB

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261.79 KB

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678.73 KB

  15 Styrofoam Boots,It's All Nice On Ice, Alright.flac

45.97 MB

  14 Bankrupt On Selling.flac

17.89 MB

  13 Polar Opposites.flac

22.74 MB

  12 Truckers Atlas.flac

70.77 MB

  11 Shit Luck.flac

17.76 MB

  10 Long Distance Drunk.flac

18.75 MB

  09 Out Of Gas.flac

16.22 MB

  08 Trailer Trash.flac

38.51 MB

  06 Doin' The Cockroach.flac

30.24 MB

  07 Cowboy Dan.flac

39.31 MB

  05 Jesus Christ Was An Only Child.flac

16.07 MB

  04 Lounge (Closing Time).flac

42.30 MB

  03 Convenient Parking.flac

25.32 MB

  02 Heart Cooks Brain.flac

27.30 MB

  01 Teeth Like God's Shoeshine.flac

44.43 MB

 Modest Mouse - The Fruit That Ate Itself 1996

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  09 Karma's Payment.flac

19.72 MB

  08 Summer.flac

22.40 MB

  07 (Way Down).flac

3.03 MB

  06 The Fruit That Ate Itself.flac

23.32 MB

  05 Sunspots in the House of the Late Scapegoat.flac

17.46 MB

  03 (Fruit).flac

4.23 MB

  02 The Waydown.flac

16.25 MB

  01 (Sunspots).flac

3.00 MB

 Modest Mouse - Sad Sappy Sucker 2001

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1.58 MB

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1.05 MB

  24 Sin Gun Chaser.flac

2.58 MB

  23 Austral Opithecus.flac

2.79 MB

  22 SWY.flac

2.79 MB

  21 Black Blood & Old Newagers.flac

2.68 MB

  20 Sucker Bet.flac

8.44 MB

  19 BMX Crash.flac

2.71 MB

  18 Woodgrain.flac

2.52 MB

  16 Call To Dial A Song.flac

2.59 MB

  17 5-4-3-2-1 Lipsoff.flac

2.41 MB

  15 Blue Cadet -3, Do You Connect .flac

3.06 MB

  14 Secret Agent X-9.flac

7.11 MB

  13 Red Hand Case.flac

12.90 MB

  12 Race Car Grin You Ain't No Landmark.flac

6.45 MB

  11 Mice Eat Cheese.flac

12.61 MB

  10 Every Penny Fed Car.flac

18.69 MB

  09 Think Long.flac

6.14 MB

  08 Dukes Up.flac

13.67 MB

  07 It Always Rains On A Picnic.flac

15.54 MB

  05 From Point A To Point B.flac

15.66 MB

  04 Classy Plastic Lumber.flac

11.64 MB

  03 Wagon Ride Return.flac

3.19 MB

  01 Worms Vs. Birds.flac

12.00 MB

 Modest Mouse - Interstate 8 1996

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1.16 KB

  Modest Mouse - Interstate 8.log

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  Interstate 8.cue

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  11 - Modest Mouse - Edit The Sad Parts (live).flac

47.13 MB

  10 - Modest Mouse - Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive,Negative) [live].flac

25.83 MB

  09 - Modest Mouse - Broke (live).flac

19.13 MB

  08 - Modest Mouse - Novocaine Stain (live).flac

23.43 MB

  07 - Modest Mouse - Buttons To Push Buttons (live).flac

15.80 MB

  06 - Modest Mouse - Beach Side Property (live).flac

41.10 MB

  05 - Modest Mouse - Edit The Sad Parts.flac

51.17 MB

  04 - Modest Mouse - Tundra,Desert.flac

40.16 MB

  03 - Modest Mouse - Sleepwalking (Couples Only Dance Prom Night).flac

22.76 MB

  02 - Modest Mouse - All Night Diner.flac

31.52 MB

  01 - Modest Mouse - Interstate 8.flac

29.27 MB

 Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News 2004

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0.52 KB

  Modest Mouse Front.jpg

18.85 KB

  Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News (m3u).m3u

1.35 KB

  Good News For People Who Love Bad News (LOG).LOG

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  Good News For People Who Love Bad News (CUE).CUE

2.88 KB

  16 - Modest Mouse - The Good Times Are Killing Me.flac

24.01 MB

  15 - Modest Mouse - One Chance.flac

19.75 MB

  14 - Modest Mouse - Black Cadillacs.flac

18.31 MB

  13 - Modest Mouse - Blame It On The Tetons.flac

31.04 MB

  12 - Modest Mouse - Interlude (Milo).flac

4.80 MB

  11 - Modest Mouse - Satin In A Coffin.flac

16.90 MB

  10 - Modest Mouse - The View.flac

30.37 MB

  09 - Modest Mouse - This Devil's Workday.flac

14.51 MB

  08 - Modest Mouse - Bukowski.flac

26.59 MB

  07 - Modest Mouse - Dance Hall.flac

20.24 MB

  06 - Modest Mouse - Bury Me With It.flac

27.84 MB

  05 - Modest Mouse - Dig Your Grave.flac

1.11 MB

  04 - Modest Mouse - Ocean Breathes Salty.flac

28.44 MB

  03 - Modest Mouse - Float On.flac

24.67 MB

 Modest Mouse - Everywhere and his Nasty Parlour Tricks 2001

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4.32 KB

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  08. Modest Mouse - I Came as a Rat (Long Walk off a Short Dock).flac

29.18 MB

  07. Modest Mouse - Here It Comes.flac

18.90 MB

  06. Modest Mouse - So Much Beauty in Dirt.flac

8.29 MB

  05. Modest Mouse - The Air.flac

23.25 MB

  04. Modest Mouse - You're the Good Things.flac

23.92 MB

  03. Modest Mouse - 3 Inch Horses, Two Faced Monsters.flac

23.80 MB

  02. Modest Mouse - Night on the Sun.flac

48.56 MB

  01. Modest Mouse - Willful Suspension of Disbelief.flac

21.42 MB

 Modest Mouse - Building Nothing Out Of Something - 2000

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0.93 KB

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6.78 KB

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3.08 MB

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3.11 MB

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1.02 MB

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1.77 MB

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1.25 MB

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  Building Nothing Out of Something.cue

2.29 KB

  12 Other People's Lives.flac

51.27 MB

  11 Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive Negative).flac

30.18 MB

  10 Grey Ice Water.flac

34.54 MB

  09 Sleepwalking.flac

24.14 MB

  08 A Life of Artic Sounds.flac

15.76 MB

  07 Baby Blue Sedan.flac

25.94 MB

  06 All Night Diner.flac

33.16 MB

  05 Workin' on Leavin' the Livin'.flac

43.37 MB

  04 Medication.flac

28.31 MB

  03 Broke.flac

21.22 MB

  02 Interstate 8.flac

30.12 MB

  01 Never Ending Math Equation.flac

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Torrent description

File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
EAC Log: Yes (For my Rips)
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes (For My Rips)
Tracker(s): http://www.h33t.com:3310/announce; http://tpb.tracker.thepiratebay.org:80/announce; http://inferno.demonoid.com:3419/announce
Torrent Hash: C7828C762F183DA5589F543CDE171A4BFD82AB81
File Size: 3.53 Gb
Label: Epic, Up, K
Albums & Years included in this torrent:


Studio Albums


1996 – This is a Long Drive for Someone with nothing to Think About
1997 – The Lonesome Crowded West
2000 – The Moon & Antarctica
2004 – Good News for people Who Love Bad News
2007 – We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank


EPs


1996 – Interstate 8
1997 – The Fruit that Ate Itself
2001 – Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks


Compilations


2000 – Building Nothing Out of Something
2001 – Sad Sappy Sucker


Solo


2001 - Ugly Casanova – Sharpen your Teeth



*** A Big thanks goes out to Demonoid members isaidwoof, tsangy & Eazy42 that uploaded Interstate 8, Building Nothing out of Something, Sad Sappy Sucker, The Lonesome Crowded West, The Fruit that Ate Itself and Good News for people who Love Bad News. My rips include This is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About, The Moon & Antarctica, We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank and Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks. ***


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From Wiki:




Modest Mouse is an American indie rock band formed in 1993 in Issaquah, Washington by singer/lyricist/guitarist Isaac Brock, drummer Jeremiah Green, and bassist Eric Judy. Since their 1996 debut album, This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About, their lineup has centered around Brock, Green and Judy. Guitarist Johnny Marr (formerly of The Smiths) joined the band in May 2006, along with percussionist Joe Plummer (formerly of the Black Heart Procession) and multi-instrumentalist Tom Peloso, to work on the album We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank.

The band has attained significant mainstream success since being signed to Sony's Epic Records in 2001. Elements of Modest Mouse's early sound have been likened to or inspired by that of Pixies and numerous other alternative rock and space rock bands. Their name is derived from a passage from the Virginia Woolf story "The Mark on the Wall" which reads "I wish I could hit upon a pleasant track of thought, a track indirectly reflecting credit upon myself, for those are the pleasantest thoughts, and very frequent even in the minds of modest mouse-coloured people, who believe genuinely that they dislike to hear their own praises."[1]





This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About


This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About is the first proper full-length album by indie rock band Modest Mouse. The album was released on Up Records on April 16, 1996, on both compact disc and vinyl formats. The vinyl release contains two extra tracks, "Edit the Sad Parts" and "A Manic Depressive Named Laughing Boy". "Edit the Sad Parts" was later included on Interstate 8 while "A Manic Depressive Named Laughing Boy" remains available only on the vinyl edition of This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About.

The album itself was critically well received and garnered praise for its lush instrumentation, unconventional vocal delivery, and topical subject matter. The instrumental arrangements on This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About are at times hollow and ghostly and at others full-bodied and rich. The band achieves this effect through the juxtaposition of jagged guitar, fluid bass lines, and erratic drum beats with cello, mandolin, and slide guitar arrangements. Isaac Brock's vocal delivery was equally innovative. Heavily influenced by Pixies front-man Black Francis, Brock's screams, rapid-fire delivery, and lisping voice almost mirror the desperation conveyed by the band's lyrical content. For the most part, the subject matter of This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About follows the theme of the album's title. Many of the tracks focus on traveling by automobile, desperation, loneliness, isolation, and the emptiness associated with suburban life.

Tracks:


1. "Dramamine" – 5:42
2. "Breakthrough" – 4:06
3. "Custom Concern" – 4:28
4. "Might" – 1:31
5. "Lounge" – 6:33
6. "Beach Side Property" – 6:59
7. "She Ionizes & Atomizes" – 4:21
8. "Head South" – 4:22
9. "Dog Paddle" – 2:02
10. "Novocain Stain" – 3:42
11. "Tundra/Desert" – 5:24
12. "Ohio" – 6:01
13. "Exit Does Not Exist" – 4:57
14. "Talking Shit About a Pretty Sunset" – 5:50
15. "Make Everyone Happy/Mechanical Birds" – 6:04
16. "Space Travel Is Boring" – 1:53





Interstate 8


Interstate 8 is the second out-of-print EP by indie rock band Modest Mouse, released on Up Records in 1996. It contains the band's original demo, Live in Sunburst Montana, which was recorded in Isaac Brock's garage in Issaquah, Washington.

All but one of the studio songs not included in earlier Modest Mouse albums were included on the Building Nothing Out of Something rarities compilation released in 1999. This song, "Edit the Sad Parts" is joined by "Buttons to Push the Buttons" as the only songs not available in some form on another Modest Mouse release, though both appeared again later on the label compilations "US" (released by Up & Slabco Records) and "Zum Audio, vol.2" (released by Zum Audio).

Tracks:

1. "Interstate 8" – 4:39
2. "All Night Diner" – 4:44
3. "Sleepwalking (Couples Only Dance Prom Night)" (melody from "Sleep Walk" by Santo and Johnny) – 3:23
4. "Tundra/Desert" – 5:24
5. "Edit the Sad Parts" – 9:33
6. "Beach Side Property" – 8:26
7. "Buttons to Push the Buttons" – 2:25
8. "Novocain Stain" – 3:29
9. "Broke" – 2:56
10. "Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive/Negative)" – 4:23
11. "Edit the Sad Parts" – 7:00





The Fruit That Ate Itself

The Fruit That Ate Itself is the third EP released by indie rock band Modest Mouse in 1997. The album was recorded at Calvin Johnson's Dub Narcotic Studios. Originally, the session was planned to record a 7" release, but it soon expanded into an EP. The track "Dirty Fingernails" also appears on Yoyo A Go Go, a compilation album released by Yoyo Records.

Upon its release, the band expressed some embarrassment with the marginal nature of some of the tracks in an interview in The Rocket, joking that Calvin Johnson would start recording every time they jingled their keys. The album features several experimental interludes, consisting of music reversed in post-production.

Tracks:


1. "Sunspots" – 0:39
2. "The Waydown" – 2:30
3. "Fruit" - 0:52
4. "Dirty Fingernails" - 3:20
5. "Sunspots in the House of the Late Scapegoat" – 2:42
6. "The Fruit That Ate Itself" – 3:17
7. "Way Down" – 0:43
8. "Summer" – 3:12
9. "Karma's Payment" – 3:28





The Lonesome Crowded West


The Lonesome Crowded West is the second full-length album recorded by indie rock band Modest Mouse. Many critics and fans hail it as the band's "breakthrough" album. The album was released on Up Records on November 18, 1997, on both compact disc and vinyl LP.

Tracks:

1. "Teeth Like God's Shoeshine" – 6:53
2. "Heart Cooks Brain" – 4:02
3. "Convenient Parking" – 4:08
4. "Lounge (Closing Time)" – 7:03
5. "Jesus Christ Was an Only Child" – 2:36
6. "Doin' the Cockroach" – 4:18
7. "Cowboy Dan" – 6:14
8. "Trailer Trash" – 5:49
9. "Out of Gas" – 2:31
10. "Long Distance Drunk" – 3:42
11. "Shit Luck" – 2:22
12. "Truckers Atlas" – 10:57
13. "Polar Opposites" – 3:29
14. "Bankrupt on Selling" – 2:53
15. "Styrofoam Boots/It's All Nice on Ice, Alright" – 6:53





Building Nothing Out of Something


Building Nothing Out of Something is a compilation album released in early 2000 (the copyright reads 1999) by indie rock band Modest Mouse, comprising non-album tracks from various points in the band's career. Most of the tracks are A- and B-sides from 7" singles, but it also includes three tracks from the Interstate 8 EP, and "Baby Blue Sedan" from the vinyl version of The Lonesome Crowded West. All songs were originally released from 1996 to 1998.

While a very thorough compilation, the album does miss some non-album tracks that were released in this time frame, including "A Manic Depressive Named Laughing Boy", "Edit the Sad Parts", "Buttons to Push Buttons", and "Whenever You See Fit".

Tracks:

1. "Never Ending Math Equation" – 3:23
o A-side of the 1998 single "Never Ending Math Equation"
2. "Interstate 8" – 4:39
o Taken from the "Interstate 8 EP"
3. "Broke" – 3:19
o A-side of the 1996 single "Broke"
4. "Medication" – 5:01
o B-side of the 1997 single "A Life of Arctic Sounds"
5. "Workin' on Leavin' the Livin'" – 6:40
o B-side of the 1998 single "Never Ending Math Equation"
6. "All Night Diner" (also entitled "All Nite Diner") – 4:44
o Taken from the "Interstate 8 EP"
7. "Baby Blue Sedan" – 4:04
o Bonus track on the LP version of "The Lonesome Crowded West"
8. "A Life of Arctic Sounds" – 2:29
o A-side of the 1997 single "A Life of Arctic Sounds"
9. "Sleepwalking" (also entitled "Sleepwalkin'," and "Sleepwalking (Couples Only Dance Prom Night)") – 3:23
o Melody taken from "Sleep Walk" by Santo and Johnny
o Taken from the "Interstate 8 EP"
10. "Grey Ice Water" – 5:05
o B-side of the 1998 single "Other People's Lives"
11. "Whenever You Breathe Out, I Breathe In (Positive/Negative)" (also simply called "Positive Negative") – 5:18
o B-side of the 1996 single "Broke"
12. "Other People's Lives" – 7:10
o A-side of the 1998 single "Other People's Lives"



The Moon & Antarctica

The Moon & Antarctica is the third full-length album by indie rock band Modest Mouse, first released by Epic Records on June 13, 2000.

The album was the band's first release on a major label and was released on both compact disc and vinyl LP.

It was praised by critics and fans alike for its in-depth discussion of dense subject matter, as well as frontman Isaac Brock's clever and introspective lyrics. The Moon & Antarctica was also hailed for being an expansion of the band's unique sound. This was due both to the band's new major label tools as well as the production of Brian Deck.

Pitchfork Media ranked the album as the third best album of 2000, trailing Kid A by Radiohead and Ágætis Byrjun by Sigur Rós. In early 2005, they named it the seventh best album of the years 2000 through 2004.

The song "Gravity Rides Everything" featured in the film "Accepted" (2006).

Tracks:

1. "3rd Planet" – 3:58
2. "Gravity Rides Everything" – 4:19
3. "Dark Center of the Universe" – 5:02
4. "Perfect Disguise" – 2:41
5. "Tiny Cities Made of Ashes" – 3:41
6. "A Different City" – 3:08
7. "The Cold Part" – 5:00
8. "Alone Down There" – 2:21
9. "The Stars Are Projectors" – 8:46
10. "Wild Pack of Family Dogs" – 1:45
11. "Paper Thin Walls" – 3:01
12. "I Came as a Rat" – 3:48
13. "Lives" – 3:18
14. "Life Like Weeds" – 6:30
15. "What People Are Made Of" – 2:14



Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks


Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks is the title of an EP released by the indie rock band Modest Mouse. It collects the earlier Night on the Sun EP along with unreleased tracks from the recording sessions for The Moon & Antarctica. The EP was released on Epic Records on September 25, 2001, on both CD and vinyl LP.

Tracks:

1. "Willful Suspension of Disbelief" – 3:38
2. "Night on the Sun" – 7:38
3. "3 Inch Horses, Two Faced Monsters" – 4:13
4. "You're the Good Things" – 3:33
5. "The Air" – 4:32
6. "So Much Beauty in Dirt" – 1:24
7. "Here It Comes" – 3:10
8. "I Came as a Rat (Long Walk off a Short Dock)" – 4:36



Sad Sappy Sucker

Sad Sappy Sucker is the name of the 2001 album release by indie rock band Modest Mouse. Sad Sappy Sucker is actually composed of the band's first recordings, some of which remained unreleased until 2001. Several songs were recorded at Olympia, Washington's Dub Narcotic Studios in 1994. The record was released by K Records on April 24, 2001, available in both Compact Disc and vinyl LP.

Tracks:

1. "Worms vs. Birds" – 2:13
2. "Four Fingered Fisherman" – 2:27
3. "Wagon Ride Return" – 0:48
4. "Classy Plastic Lumber" (unlisted on back cover) – 2:03
5. "From Point A to Point B (∞)" – 2:56
6. "Path of Least Resistance" – 0:28
7. "It Always Rains on a Picnic" – 3:01
8. "Dukes Up" – 2:24
9. "Think Long" – 1:09
10. "Every Penny Fed Car" – 3:07
11. "Mice Eat Cheese" – 2:26
12. "Race Car Grin You Ain't No Landmark" – 1:13
13. "Red Hand Case" – 2:37
14. "Secret Agent X-9" – 1:12
15. "Blue Cadet-3, Do You Connect?" – 1:09
16. "Call to Dial a Song" – 0:31
17. "5-4-3-2-1 Lispoff" – 0:30
18. "Woodgrain" – 0:30
19. "BMX Crash" – 0:28
20. "Sucker Bet" – 1:19
21. "Black Blood & Old Newagers" – 0:29
22. "SWY" – 0:29
23. "Austral Opithecus" – 0:29
24. "Sin Gun Chaser" – 0:27




Good News for People Who Love Bad News

Good News for People Who Love Bad News is the fourth full-length album recorded by alternative rock band Modest Mouse.

The album was released by Epic Records on April 6, 2004 on both CD and 180g/m² vinyl record. It was rereleased on DualDisc on October 11, 2005. The first two singles from the album were "Float On" and "Ocean Breathes Salty," both of which debuted on American radio stations in the first half of 2004.

The vinyl and DualDisc editions of the album also contain the B-side "I've Got It All (Most)". On the vinyl edition, the track is placed at the end of the album. On the DualDisc edition, it is placed between "Bury Me With It" and "Dance Hall". The song "Bukowski" is dedicated to the late poet Charles Bukowski. The song "The Good Times Are Killing Me" was originally going to be released as the normal mix, but instead they added the one mixed by The Flaming Lips. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band appear also on tracks 1 ("Horn Intro") and 9 ("This Devil's Workday") or 10 on the Dualdisc edition. A video for "The World at Large" was also on the dualdisc. It is called, "Stiff Animal Fantasy".

This was Planet Sound's #1 Album of 2004. It was also nominated for a Grammy in 2004 for Best Alternative Album. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in August 2004. As of March 19, 2007, it has sold 1,509,675 copies in the United States.

Tracks:

1. "Horn Intro" – 0:09
2. "The World at Large" – 4:32
3. "Float On" – 3:28
4. "Ocean Breathes Salty" – 3:49
5. "Dig Your Grave" – 0:12
6. "Bury Me With It" – 3:49
7. "Dance Hall" – 2:57
8. "Bukowski" – 4:14
9. "This Devil's Workday" – 2:19
10. "The View" – 4:13
11. "Satin in a Coffin" – 2:35
12. "Interlude (Milo)" – 0:58
13. "Blame It on the Tetons" – 5:24
14. "Black Cadillacs" – 2:43
15. "One Chance" – 3:04
16. "The Good Times Are Killing Me" – 4:16




We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank

We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank is the fifth studio album by Washington-based American indie rock band Modest Mouse, released in 2007. The album is the first studio album by the band since 2004's Good News for People Who Love Bad News and is also the first album with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr as a member of the band.[1] It has a strong nautical theme - in fact, it was originally envisioned as a concept album about a boat crew that dies in every song.[2] Although this album became the band's first to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 200, it did not spawn any chart topping singles on either tracks chart, unlike "Float On" from their previous album which was a #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks listing.

The album was recorded at Sweet Tea Studio in Oxford, Mississippi with producer Dennis Herring, becoming the second consecutive Modest Mouse album to be recorded at that location and with that producer.[3] Audible Alchemy in Portland, Oregon was also credited as a recording studio for the album. The original drummer for Modest Mouse, Jeremiah Green, also returned to the band for this album.[4] Additionally, James Mercer of The Shins sings backup vocals on the tracks "We've Got Everything," "Missed The Boat," and "Florida."[5]

The album was leaked to the Internet on February 15, 2007, a full month before its official release on March 20, 2007. In its first week of release, the album debuted at #1 in the Billboard 200.

The album went gold in Canada in June 2008.

In an interview, Isaac Brock said of Johnny Marr: "He made a cautious commitment to write and record with us, and then the tighter we got, he was like, ‘okay, let's tour too'. Then he was pretty much a member of the band-- not pretty much. He's a full blown member of the band. It's really fuckin' nice."[1] According to Brock, Marr was involved in songwriting on the album, and will even tour with the band in support of it. In the interview, Brock described We Were Dead... as a "nautical balalaika carnival romp". Johnny Marr later responded to Brock's comments by saying "Isaac contacted me and asked if I'd help Modest Mouse write the new album. I was intrigued and played with the band in Portland a couple of times. We hit it off and wrote three great songs straight away, something clicked, it felt right from the off. I have a new Healers album pretty much done, but we've been having such a good time playing these new Modest Mouse songs. When people hear the record they'll see why, we're very good together."[6]

The album was originally intended to be released in the United States and Canada on December 19, 2006, but in an e-mail sent to members of Modest Mouse's mailing list on October 6, 2006, the album was pushed back: "The forthcoming record We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank is set for release early next year...".[citation needed] It was pushed back until March 20, 2007, and released on April 2, 2007 in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.[7] The album was also released in Australia on March 17 and Germany on March 30.

Two CD versions of the album were released for purchase: the regular version, which comes in a standard jewel case, and the deluxe digipak version which "includes a digipack and a 32-page full color booklet all packaged in a deluxe slipcase" made of canvas.[8] The Sony Music website also offers a double gatefold (2 LP) 180-gram vinyl edition of the album.[9]

In anticipation of the album's release, Modest Mouse was named March 2007's Xbox Live Artist of the Month. Xbox Live users could download the "Dashboard" music video and have the chance to play against the band in an upcoming Game with Fame. There was also a sweepstakes and other exclusive bonuses.


Tracks:

1. "March into the Sea"
2. "Dashboard"
3. "Fire It Up"
4. "Florida"
5. "Parting of the Sensory"
6. "Missed the Boat"
7. "We've Got Everything"
8. "Fly Trapped in a Jar"
9. "Education"
10. "Little Motel"
11. "Steam Engenius"
12. "Spitting Venom"
13. "People as Places as People"
14. "Invisible"




Ugly Casanova – Sharpen your Teeth

Ugly Casanova is an American indie rock band carried on Sub Pop Records. The band has only released one album: Sharpen Your Teeth. According to the Ugly Casanova website, in 1998 a man named Edgar Graham, a.k.a. "Ugly Casanova", impressed himself upon the band Modest Mouse while backstage at a concert in Denver, Colorado. After some prodding, he shared his work with the band, and began performing it early before shows while some people were milling around. Whenever he completed these performances, he retreated quickly with a look of anger and shame. After a time, a few small recordings were created, after which Edgar vanished.

Isaac Brock has since revealed that Edgar Graham was "a fiction thing that [Brock] started a while back to eliminate [himself] from the band," to escape having to do interviews.[1] One bit of evidence that had previously suggested that story was false: Modest Mouse's 1996 EP The Fruit That Ate Itself was credited to having been under the production company Ugly Casanova, which suggested it was a name Brock made up to retain creative control and publishing rights to his music while under a major label. The band lineup now consists of Isaac Brock (Modest Mouse), Tim Rutili (Califone, Red Red Meat), Pall Jenkins (The Black Heart Procession), John Orth (Holopaw), and Brian Deck (Red Red Meat).

One key difference between Ugly Casanova in comparison to Modest Mouse is the more stripped-down nature of the songs. The lack of overdubbed vocals on some of the tracks is particularly significant because Brock is known for having a slight lisp which he is very uncomfortable with and often covered up on Modest Mouse recordings via double tracking and distortion.

Two tracks released by Ugly Casanova, "Baby's Clean Conscience" and "Parasites", appear earlier as unreleased demos of Modest Mouse in the Paracite Sessions purportedly recorded in 1993 at Calvin Johnson's Dub Narcotic Studio. In 1997 the fourth Magic Eye Single (each one named after its color of vinyl) included To Roads To Go [1] on the apparently now defunct Magic Eye Records, however, this was an entirely different incarnation of Ugly Casanova of Isaac Brock, Steve Dukage, and John Atkins of 764-Hero.

It seems that another release is unlikely, owing to contract issues between Modest Mouse's label, Epic Records, and the contract Brock signed with Sub Pop Records to produce the record.

Sharpen your Teeth

Sharpen Your Teeth is an album by the indie rock band Ugly Casanova. Brainchild of Modest Mouse lead singer Isaac Brock, Ugly Casanova was his attempt to try new methods and genres outside the realms of Modest Mouse. The album sees Brock performing on more instruments and using a more stripped down method of recording. A follow-up is highly unlikely due to contractual obligations Brock has with Modest Mouse's label Epic Records.


Tracks:

1. "Barnacles" (Isaac Brock, John Orth) - 5:05
2. "Spilled Milk Factory" (Isaac Brock, Tim Rutili) - 4:26
3. "Parasites" (Isaac Brock) - 3:36
4. "Hotcha girls" (Isaac Brock, John Orth) - 4:58
5. "(no song)" (Isaac Brock) - 0:26
6. "Diamonds on the Face of Evil" (Isaac Brock) - 3:16
7. "Cat Faces" (Isaac Brock, John Orth) - 3:36
8. "Ice on the Sheets" (Isaac Brock) - 6:33
9. "Beesting" (Isaac Brock) - 0:48
10. "Pacifico" (Isaac Brock, Pall Jenkins) - 2:31
11. "Smoke Like Ribbons" (John Orth, Isaac Brock) - 5:15
12. "Things I Don't Remember" (Isaac Brock) - 3:29
13. "So Long to the Holidays" (Isaac Brock, Pall Jenkins) - 5:56



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