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Name:[FTS] Built To Spill Full Discography + Related Works

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Treepeople (Size: 3.96 GB) (Files: 483)


  Something Vicious For Tomorrow, Time Who

   13 Time Whore.mp3

3.33 MB

   12 Size Of A Quarter.mp3

4.82 MB

   11 Radio Man.mp3

3.30 MB

   10 Lives.mp3

5.53 MB

   09 Tongues On Thrones.mp3

4.22 MB

   08 Party.mp3

4.76 MB

   07 Funnelhead.mp3

5.50 MB

   06 Ad Campaigns.mp3

5.99 MB

   05 Filter.mp3

4.95 MB

   04 Big Mouth Strikes Again.mp3

4.51 MB

   03 Something Vicious For Tomorrow.mp3

3.90 MB

   02 It's Allright Now Ma.mp3

3.22 MB

   01 Liquid Boy.mp3

5.56 MB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB

 The Suffocation Keep

  John Hughes Was Never So Wrong

   08 Through The Ceiling Into The Sun.mp3

4.81 MB

   07 Sunshine.mp3

5.20 MB

   06 Holes And Clouds.mp3

5.20 MB

   05 It's You.mp3

3.91 MB

   04 Number Two.mp3

6.18 MB

   03 Saturday At Nine.mp3

4.72 MB

   02 Some Sad Song.mp3

7.31 MB

   01 Years Too Late At Least For Now.mp3

5.35 MB

 The Halo Benders

  Unknown Album

   01 please let me go.mp3

1.73 MB

  The Rebels Not In

   11 Foggy Bottom.mp3

6.42 MB

   10 Rebels Got A Hole In It.mp3

8.31 MB

   09 Turn It My Way.mp3

6.01 MB

   08 Love Travels Faster.mp3

5.76 MB

   07 Do That Thing.mp3

5.12 MB

   06 Surfers Haze.mp3

4.39 MB

   05 Bury Me.mp3

4.64 MB

   04 Devil City Destiny.mp3

6.79 MB

   03 Lonesome Sundown.mp3

6.49 MB

   02 Your Asterisk.mp3

3.90 MB

   01 Virginia Reel Around The Fountain.mp3

8.66 MB

  God Don't Make No Junk

   10 Big Rock Candy Mountain.mp3

9.57 MB

   09 I Can't Believe It's True.mp3

11.21 MB

   08 On a Tip.mp3

7.08 MB

   07 Scarin.mp3

2.52 MB

   07 Scarin 1.mp3

4.29 MB

   06 Canned Oxygen.mp3

7.75 MB

   05 Sit On It.mp3

2.90 MB

   04 Freedom Ride.mp3

5.46 MB

   03 Will Work For Food.mp3

10.84 MB

   02 Don't Touch My Bikini.mp3

8.33 MB

   01 Snowfall.mp3

8.80 MB

  Don't Tell Me Now

   The Halo Benders - 11 - Crankenstein.m4a

3.95 MB

   The Halo Benders - 10 - Blank Equation.m4a

3.07 MB

   The Halo Benders - 09 - Magic Carpet Rider.m4a

2.00 MB

   The Halo Benders - 08 - Planned Obsolescence.m4a

4.35 MB

   The Halo Benders - 07 - Inbread Heart.m4a

2.07 MB

   The Halo Benders - 06 - Volume Mode.m4a

3.08 MB

   The Halo Benders - 05 - Bomb Shelter, Pt. 2.m4a

3.97 MB

   The Halo Benders - 04 - Bomb Shelter, Pt. 1.m4a

1.73 MB

   The Halo Benders - 03 - Mercury Blues.m4a

2.96 MB

   The Halo Benders - 02 - Halo Bender.m4a

4.19 MB

   The Halo Benders - 01 - Phantom Power.m4a

1.74 MB


14.39 KB

 Doug Martsch

  Doug Martsch

   11 Stay.mp3

3.92 MB

   10 Impossible.mp3

9.05 MB

   09 Sleeve.mp3

4.17 MB

   08 Instrumental.mp3

4.25 MB

   07 Woke Up This Morning With My Mind.mp3

6.09 MB

   06 Lift.mp3

4.53 MB

   05 Window.mp3

4.57 MB

   03 Gone.mp3

4.51 MB

   04 Things Never Shared.mp3

5.41 MB

   02 Dream.mp3

4.59 MB

   01 Offer.mp3

4.29 MB

  10-06-2002 Mercury Theatre, Chicago, IL

   2-10 Song To The Siren.mp3

4.99 MB

   2-09 Still Flat.mp3

6.02 MB

   2-08 Twin Falls.mp3

3.52 MB

   2-07 Ashes To Ashes.mp3

6.08 MB

   2-06 Long Long Long.mp3

5.57 MB

   2-05 Try Me.mp3

5.03 MB

   2-04 Fling.mp3

3.54 MB

   2-03 Thats How Strong My Love Is.mp3

4.05 MB

   2-02 Kicked It In The Sun.mp3

11.44 MB

   2-01 Here Comes A Regular.mp3

8.44 MB

   1-10 Dream.mp3

6.83 MB

   1-09 Offer.mp3

5.32 MB

   1-08 Fly Around My Pretty Little Mis.mp3

5.23 MB

   1-07 When Not Being Stupid Is Not En.mp3

4.93 MB

   1-06 Trouble.mp3

5.33 MB

   1-05 Else.mp3

3.77 MB

   1-04 The First Song.mp3

4.03 MB

   1-03 Candy Says.mp3

5.90 MB

   1-02 Heart.mp3

6.08 MB

   1-01 Working Class Hero.mp3

8.71 MB

  06-23-2002 St. John's Pub, Portland, OR

   2-12 Song to the Siren (Tim Buckley).mp3

4.69 MB

   2-11 Fling.mp3

3.10 MB

   2-10 Twin Falls.mp3

2.84 MB

   2-09 I'm So Proud (Curtis Mayfield).mp3

3.97 MB

   2-08 Made-Up Dreams.mp3

6.11 MB

   2-07 Ashes to Ashes (David Bowie).mp3

7.10 MB

   2-06 I Would Hurt a Fly.mp3

6.78 MB

   2-05 That's How Strong My Love Is (O.mp3

3.22 MB

   2-04 Good Enough.mp3

4.74 MB

   2-03 Middle Eastern Song.mp3

13.40 MB

   2-02 Canned Oxygen (Halo Benders) _.mp3

5.66 MB

   2-01 When Not Being Stupid Is Not En.mp3

3.87 MB

   1-10 Tarpit (Guiseppe _J_ Mascis).mp3

5.50 MB

   1-09 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (Alto.mp3

4.34 MB

   1-08 Some Things Last a Long Time (D.mp3

5.51 MB

   1-07 Pale Blue Eyes (The Velvet Unde.mp3

7.11 MB

   1-06 Fly Around My Pretty Little Mis.mp3

3.32 MB

   1-05 Something (The Beatles).mp3

4.47 MB

   1-04 Broken Chairs.mp3

5.06 MB

   1-03 One of Us Cannot Be Wrong (Leon.mp3

6.30 MB

   1-02 The First Song.mp3

4.46 MB

   1-01 Learn How to Live (Billy Squier.mp3

7.08 MB


3.08 KB

 Built To Spill & Caustic Resin

  Built To Spill Caustic Resin

   04 She's Real.mp3

11.29 MB

   03 Shit Brown Eyes.mp3

4.79 MB

   02 One Thing.mp3

7.08 MB

   01 When Not Being Stupid Is Not Enou.mp3

12.77 MB

 Built To Spill

  You In Reverse

   10 The Wait.mp3

7.06 MB

   09 Just A Habit.mp3

5.94 MB

   08 Mess With Time.mp3

8.25 MB

   07 Gone.mp3

7.83 MB

   05 Wherever You Go.mp3

7.73 MB

   06 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

9.86 MB

   04 Saturday.mp3

3.17 MB

   02 Traces.mp3

5.83 MB

   03 Liar.mp3

6.98 MB

   01 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

13.78 MB

  Ultimate Alternative Wavers

   09 Hazy.mp3

9.22 MB

   10 Built Too Long (Parts 1, 2 & 3).mp3

12.92 MB

   08 Lie For A Lie.mp3

4.49 MB

   06 Get A Life.mp3

8.08 MB

   07 Built To Spill.mp3

8.06 MB

   05 Nowhere Nothin' Fuckup.mp3

9.02 MB

   04 Shameful Dread.mp3

11.65 MB

   03 Revolution.mp3

6.06 MB

   02 Three Years Ago Today.mp3

5.41 MB

   01 The First Song.mp3

5.49 MB

  There's Nothing Wrong With Love

   13 Preview.mp3

1.92 MB

   12 Stab.mp3

7.55 MB

   11 Israel's Song.mp3

5.21 MB

   10 Distopian Dream Girl.mp3

6.05 MB

   09 Some.mp3

8.19 MB

   08 Twin Falls.mp3

2.52 MB

   07 The Source.mp3

4.59 MB

   06 Cleo.mp3

6.36 MB

   04 Car.mp3

4.11 MB

   05 Fling.mp3

3.53 MB

   03 Big Dipper.mp3

5.72 MB

   02 Reasons.mp3

5.19 MB

   01 In The Morning.mp3

3.61 MB

  The Normal Years

   10 Terrible_Perfect.mp3

7.63 MB

   08 Sick And Wrong.mp3

5.62 MB

   09 Still Flat.mp3

6.19 MB

   07 Some.mp3

8.19 MB

   05 Girl.mp3

3.86 MB

   06 Joyride.mp3

4.99 MB

   04 Some Things Last A Long Time.mp3

7.15 MB

   02 Shortcut.mp3

2.06 MB

   03 Car.mp3

4.31 MB

   01 So & So So & So From Wherever Whe.mp3

6.35 MB

  Strange Single

   02 Instrumental #2.mp3

3.58 MB

  Sabonis Tracks [EP] [Promo]

   04 Linus And Lucy [Live].mp3

3.86 MB

   03 What Goes On_ [Live].mp3

6.97 MB

   01 Strange.mp3

5.49 MB

   02 The Weather.mp3

6.24 MB

  Perfect From Now On


10.61 KB


2.58 KB


2.58 KB


10.61 KB

   08 Untrustable_Part 2 (About Someone.mp3

20.34 MB

   07 Kicked It in the Sun.mp3

17.25 MB

   05 Velvet Waltz.mp3

19.57 MB

   06 Out of Site.mp3

12.81 MB

   04 Made up Dreams.mp3

11.14 MB

   03 Stop the Show.mp3

14.73 MB

   02 I Would Hurt a Fly.mp3

14.29 MB

   01 Randy Described Eternity.mp3

13.91 MB

  Live Melodies Of The Future

   2-09 Freebird (Lynyrd Skynyrd) 2001-.mp3

11.88 MB

   2-08 Mr.Crowley (Ozzy Osbourne) 2000.mp3

6.37 MB

   2-07 Dream Police (Cheap Trick) 2001.mp3

5.71 MB

   2-05 Linus And Lucy (Vince Guaraldi).mp3

4.04 MB

   2-06 Imagine (John Lennon) 2001-09-2.mp3

5.06 MB

   2-04 I Try (Macy Gray) 2000-06-25.mp3

5.64 MB

   2-03 Cortez The Killer (Neil Young).mp3

26.38 MB

   2-02 They Got Away 2005-10-10.mp3

20.67 MB

   2-01 Conventional Wisdom 2005-09-11.mp3

14.56 MB

   1-11 While My Guitar Gently Weeps 20.mp3

12.82 MB

   1-10 Wherever You Go 2004-11-06.mp3

7.57 MB

   1-09 The Wait 2004-11-06.mp3

6.77 MB

   1-08 Oh Yeah 2004-11-07.mp3

8.21 MB

   1-07 Gone 2004-11-06.mp3

6.19 MB

   1-06 Going Against Your Mind 2005-06.mp3

13.06 MB

   1-05 Traces 2004-11-07.mp3

6.38 MB

   1-04 LIfe's A Dream 2004-11-06.mp3

10.44 MB

   1-03 Done 2004-11-06.mp3

7.20 MB

   1-02 Liar 2004-11-07.mp3

7.09 MB

   1-01 Saturday 2004-09-11.mp3

6.26 MB

  Live At The Crocodile Cafe

   16 Don't Touch My Bikini.mp3

7.44 MB

   15 Canned Oxygen.mp3

6.33 MB

   14 On A Tip.mp3

5.04 MB

   13 Virginia Reel Around The Fountain.mp3

9.69 MB

   12 Car.mp3

4.47 MB

   11 Some(Instrumental).mp3

6.15 MB

   10 Twin Falls.mp3

2.64 MB

   09 Carry The Zero.mp3

10.31 MB

   08 Distopian Dream Girl.mp3

6.08 MB

   06 I Try.mp3

6.27 MB

   07 Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss.mp3

5.14 MB

   05 Big Dipper.mp3

6.83 MB

   04 In Your Mind.mp3

7.07 MB

   03 Stab.mp3

7.84 MB

   02 Joyride.mp3

4.62 MB

   01 Three Years Ago Today.mp3

5.94 MB


   08 I Would Hurt A Fly.mp3

7.43 MB

   09 Broken Chairs.mp3

26.22 MB

   07 Singing Sores Make Perfect Swords.mp3

4.89 MB

   06 Car.mp3

4.30 MB

   05 Cortez The Killer.mp3

28.17 MB

   04 Virginia Reel Around The Fountain.mp3

9.62 MB

   03 Stop The Show.mp3

5.85 MB

   01 The Plan.mp3

6.75 MB

   02 Randy Described Eternity.mp3

5.40 MB

  Keep It Like A Secret

   10 Broken Chairs.mp3

11.92 MB

   09 Temporarily Blind.mp3

6.66 MB

   08 You Were Right.mp3

6.54 MB

   07 Else.mp3

5.71 MB

   06 Time Trap.mp3

7.38 MB

   05 Bad Light.mp3

4.62 MB

   04 Sidewalk.mp3

5.31 MB

   03 Carry The Zero.mp3

7.86 MB

   02 Center Of The Universe.mp3

3.75 MB

   01 The Plan.mp3

4.83 MB

  Ancient Melodies Of The Future

   10 The Weather.mp3

6.29 MB

   09 Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss.mp3

3.71 MB

   08 You Are.mp3

5.28 MB

   07 Don't Try.mp3

4.51 MB

   06 Happiness.mp3

5.05 MB

   05 Trimmed and Burning.mp3

5.81 MB

   04 Alarmed.mp3

7.02 MB

   03 In Your Mind.mp3

5.18 MB

   02 The Host.mp3

5.39 MB

   01 Strange.mp3

5.49 MB

  2006-10-10 - 9_30 Club, Washington, DC

   15 Randy Described Eternity.mp3

37.43 MB

   14 Carry The Zero.mp3

11.02 MB

   12 Big Dipper.mp3

8.15 MB

   13 Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss.mp3

3.90 MB

   11 Bomb Shelter Pt. 2.mp3

10.43 MB

   09 Twin Falls.mp3

2.75 MB

   10 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

12.25 MB

   08 Don't Try.mp3

5.24 MB

   06 Sidewalk.mp3

5.96 MB

   07 Else.mp3

5.49 MB

   05 Will Work For Food.mp3

6.87 MB

   04 You We're Right.mp3

8.66 MB

   02 Made Up Dreams.mp3

6.86 MB

   03 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

12.72 MB

   01 Liar.mp3

8.53 MB

  11-06-2004 Pyramid Ale House, Berkeley,

   2-05 Get A Life.mp3

17.27 MB

   2-03 Life's A Dream.mp3

11.62 MB

   2-04 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

15.55 MB

   2-02 The Wait.mp3

9.17 MB

   2-01 Wherever You Go.mp3

9.55 MB

   1-07 Gone.mp3

9.45 MB

   1-08 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

11.85 MB

   1-06 Killing Floor.mp3

3.85 MB

   1-05 Done.mp3

9.79 MB

   1-03 Liar.mp3

14.24 MB

   1-04 Virginia Reel Around The Founta.mp3

9.59 MB

   1-02 Traces.mp3

9.01 MB

   1-01 Oh Yeah.mp3

11.15 MB

  10-21-2008 Flex, Vienna, Austria

   bts2008-10-21t17.Broken Chairs.mp3

31.54 MB

   bts2008-10-21t16.(encore break).mp3

4.11 MB

   bts2008-10-21t15.Carry The Zero.mp3

11.17 MB

   bts2008-10-21t13.Virginia Reel Around The Fountain.mp3

14.48 MB

   bts2008-10-21t14.The Plan.mp3

7.92 MB


5.44 MB

   bts2008-10-21t10.In Your Mind.mp3

13.71 MB

   bts2008-10-21t11.Conventional Wisdom.mp3

15.12 MB

   bts2008-10-21t09.track 9.mp3

7.61 MB

   bts2008-10-21t08.Stop The Show.mp3

12.49 MB


9.55 MB


8.44 MB


7.98 MB

   bts2008-10-21t04.Three Years Ago Today.mp3

8.83 MB

   bts2008-10-21t02.(broken monitor).mp3

7.66 MB

   bts2008-10-21t03.In The Morning.mp3

5.35 MB


8.05 MB

  10-15-1999 Hatch Ballroom, Boise, ID


22.49 MB


14.82 MB


7.59 MB


10.66 MB

  10-11-2005 Sokol Underground, Omaha, NE


10.36 MB


19.55 MB


7.57 MB


3.87 MB


6.35 MB


19.84 MB


7.58 MB


6.81 MB


5.89 MB


14.00 MB


9.63 MB


4.90 MB


6.31 MB


7.59 MB

  09-24-2008 Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD


19.00 MB


34.07 MB


9.18 MB


14.60 MB


9.54 MB


7.62 MB


17.13 MB


13.24 MB


10.80 MB


2.21 MB


12.08 MB

  09-19-2007 Eugene, OR

   2-07 bts2007-09-19d2t07.mp3

17.25 MB

   2-05 bts2007-09-19d2t05.mp3

8.41 MB

   2-06 bts2007-09-19d2t06.mp3

12.09 MB

   2-04 bts2007-09-19d2t04.mp3

5.24 MB

   2-03 bts2007-09-19d2t03.mp3

9.84 MB

   2-02 bts2007-09-19d2t02.mp3

12.18 MB

   2-01 You Were Right.mp3

7.15 MB

   1-08 bts2007-09-19d1t08.mp3

7.39 MB

   1-07 bts2007-09-19d1t07.mp3

10.00 MB

   1-06 bts2007-09-19d1t06.mp3

5.87 MB

   1-05 bts2007-09-19d1t05.mp3

12.80 MB

   1-04 Time Trap.mp3

9.65 MB

   1-03 Strange.mp3

10.09 MB

   1-02 In The Morning.mp3

5.87 MB

   1-01 bts2007-09-19d1t01.mp3

8.62 MB

  09-16-2006 The Metro, Chicago, IL

   16 Broken Chairs.mp3

26.33 MB

   15 Encore Break.mp3

4.14 MB

   14 Untrustable Pt. 2.mp3

12.22 MB

   13 Big Dipper.mp3

6.53 MB

   12 Rearrange (Gladiators Cover).mp3

8.19 MB

   11 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

13.55 MB

   10 Bomb Shelter Part 2.mp3

9.74 MB

   09 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

15.16 MB

   08 Happy Birthday.mp3

679.35 KB

   07 Randy Described Eternity.mp3

11.00 MB

   06 Good Ol' Boredom.mp3

11.13 MB

   05 Will Work For Food.mp3

7.67 MB

   04 Carry The Zero.mp3

9.69 MB

   03 Else.mp3

5.10 MB

   02 Liar.mp3

7.37 MB

   01 Intro.mp3

7.32 MB

  09-15-2006 The Metro, Chicago, IL

   15 Broken Chairs.mp3

24.91 MB

   14 Encore Break.mp3

3.85 MB

   13 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

15.86 MB

   12 Kicked It In The Sun.mp3

10.74 MB

   11 Rearrange (Gladiators Cover).mp3

8.02 MB

   10 Distopian Dream Girl.mp3

6.93 MB

   09 Bomb Shelter Part 2.mp3

10.28 MB

   08 Made Up Dreams.mp3

9.46 MB

   07 The Plan.mp3

8.73 MB

   06 Will Work For Food.mp3

7.81 MB

   05 Open.mp3

11.60 MB

   04 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

13.33 MB

   03 Sidewalk.mp3

6.53 MB

   02 Traces.mp3

7.26 MB

   01 Intro.mp3

4.77 MB

  09-12-2008 Pappy & Harriet's Palace, Pioneertown, CA


1.82 MB


21.01 MB


1.91 MB


8.95 MB


1.40 MB


7.40 MB


2.33 MB


20.03 MB


982.19 KB


9.58 MB


7.14 MB


9.13 MB

  09-06-2008 McDonald Theatre, Eugene, OR

   10 You Were Right.mp3

12.40 MB

   09 Goin Against Your Mind.mp3

8.21 MB

   08 Untrustable, Pt. 2 (About Someone.mp3

40.65 MB

   07 Kicked It In The Sun.mp3

20.51 MB

   06 Out Of Site.mp3

14.30 MB

   05 Velvet Waltz.mp3

22.94 MB

   04 Made Up Dreams.mp3

13.92 MB

   03 Stop The Show.mp3

18.30 MB

   02 I Would Hurt A Fly.mp3

14.31 MB

   01 Randy Describes Eternity.mp3

17.24 MB

  08-05-2006 Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Chi

   09 Carry The Zero.mp3

9.01 MB

   08 Rearrange (The Gladiators).mp3

8.80 MB

   07 Conventional Wisdom.mp3

11.22 MB

   06 Good Ol' Boredom.mp3

11.30 MB

   05 Big Dipper.mp3

7.68 MB

   04 Traces.mp3

7.78 MB

   03 Sidewalk.mp3

7.00 MB

   02 Made Up Dreams.mp3

9.10 MB

   01 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

14.14 MB

  07-18-2007 - Slowdown, Omaha, NE

   16 Randy Described Eternity.mp3

28.20 MB

   15 Carry The Zero.mp3

14.04 MB

   14 Mess With Time.mp3

12.79 MB

   13 Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss.mp3

6.57 MB

   12 Velvet Waltz.mp3

14.86 MB

   11 Goin' Against Your Mind.mp3

15.78 MB

   10 Stab.mp3

11.80 MB

   09 Big Dipper.mp3

7.69 MB

   08 Car.mp3

7.59 MB

   07 Third Uncle (Brian Eno).mp3

15.64 MB

   06 Strange.mp3

14.00 MB

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 [FTS] Built To Spill - Full Discography + Related Works.txt

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[FTS] Built To Spill - Full Discography + Related Works

Built to Spill was one of the most popular indie rock acts of the '90s, finding the middle ground between postmodern, Pavement-style pop and the loose, spacious jamming of Neil Young. From the outset, the band was a vehicle for singer/songwriter/guitarist Doug Martsch, who revived the concept of the indie guitar hero just as Dinosaur Jr.'s J Mascis -- another important influence -- was beginning to fade from the limelight. On record, Martsch the arranger crafted intricate, artfully knotted tangles of guitar; in concert, his rough-edged soloing heroics earned Built to Spill a reputation as an exciting and unpredictable live act. Much like Pavement, Martsch's compositions were filled with fractured song structures and melodies, often veering abruptly into new sections with little attention to continuity or traditional form. (In fact, the difficulty of Martsch's songs helped force him to abandon his original intention of working with many different lineups, since the twists and turns were difficult to master.) His lyrics had all the loopy wit and pop culture references of many a '90s slacker icon, but Martsch changed things up with a genuine wistfulness borrowed from Mascis' and Young's more introspective moments. Unlike Pavement, Built to Spill was never hailed as rock's next great hope; they were neither as revolutionary nor as eclectic, and their music -- with its winding instrumental passages and less immediate construction -- required more effort to absorb. Instead, they remained even more firmly underground, where their unorthodox approach enjoyed tremendous support from the indie faithful. Built to Spill was formed in Boise, ID, in 1993, shortly after Martsch had departed the Boise-rooted, Seattle-based Treepeople. Martsch had grown up in Twin Falls, ID, where he formed his first band, Farm Days, with bassist Brett Nelson and drummer Andy Capps while in high school during the mid-'80s. After moving to Boise, Martsch hooked up with former members of the local hardcore punk band State of Confusion to form Treepeople, which relocated to Seattle in 1988. There they signed with the local indie C/Z and issued several albums and EPs that offered a distinctive take on early Northwestern grunge. Eventually tiring of the band's far-ranging touring commitments, Martsch departed after 1993's Just Kidding album, and despite the continuing boom of the Seattle scene, he returned to Boise to refresh himself. Martsch formed the first incarnation of Built to Spill with bassist/guitarist Brett Netson (also a member of Boise scenesters Caustic Resin) and drummer Ralf Youtz. Initially maintaining a relationship with C/Z, Built to Spill debuted on record in 1993 with Ultimate Alternative Wavers, on which Martsch billed himself as "Dug." Afterward, Martsch moved the band over to another Seattle indie, Up Records, and revamped the rhythm section, in keeping with his plan to make Built to Spill a loose aggregation that would allow him to work with a variety of musicians. This time, he was joined by bassist Brett Nelson (not Netson, but his old cohort from Farm Days) and drummer Andy Capps (also from Farm Days, who'd joined Nelson in a group called Butterfly Train). Accompanied by cellist John McMahon and guest spots from several ex-Treepeople, Built to Spill scored a creative breakthrough with 1994's acclaimed There's Nothing Wrong with Love. With the help of producer/engineer Phil Ek, who would become the band's regular collaborator, Martsch's fragmentary songwriting aesthetic and detailed arrangements really hit their stride, resulting in a minor gem of quirky indie guitar pop. The same year, Martsch formed a side project with Beat Happening frontman and K Records honcho Calvin Johnson, and they recorded the first of three albums as the Halo Benders. Martsch formed a new lineup of Built to Spill with former Lync rhythm section James Bertram (bass) and Dave Schneider (drums), but this incarnation existed only for a series of live gigs in America and Europe during 1995, which included a stint on the second stage of that summer's Lollapalooza tour. The positive response to There's Nothing Wrong with Love -- coupled with the increased exposure of Lollapalooza -- helped create a buzz around Built to Spill, and before 1995 was out, Martsch inked a deal with Warner Brothers that promised a good amount of creative control. In the meantime, he and Brett Nelson reunited with Brett Netson and several other members of Caustic Resin for a collaborative (not split) EP on Up, titled Built to Spill Caustic Resin. In early 1996, K Records issued a compilation of rarities and outtakes, The Normal Years, that spanned 1993-1995 and featured work by most of the band's lineups. Martsch then turned his attention to recording Built to Spill's major-label debut. At first, he started working with drummer Peter Lansdowne and no bassist, but found that the chemistry was wrong for the more expansive songs he was trying to write. He brought back Brett Nelson and recruited former Spinanes drummer Scott Plouf, and re-recorded most of the album, only to have the master tapes damaged. The third re-recording was the charm, and featured guest guitar work by Brett Netson to boot. Finally released in 1997, Perfect from Now On was a set of longer, moodier songs that once again earned positive reviews, and substantially expanded the band's growing fan base. Tired of continually reteaching the band's repertoire, Martsch subsequently made Nelson and Plouf permanent members of Built to Spill. Material for their next album was, for the first time, worked out through collaborative effort -- mostly full-band jam sessions. Despite those origins, Keep It Like a Secret emerged as the tightest batch of songs on any Built to Spill record yet, and was greeted with some of their most enthusiastic reviews to date when it appeared in 1999; it also became their first to reach the pop charts. New supporting cast member Sam Coomes -- also of Quasi, formerly of Heatmiser -- contributed keyboard work. In response to demand from fans, the Live album was culled from the supporting tour, featuring additional guitar work from Brett Netson and longtime band cohort Jim Roth; assembled from three different gigs by Ek, it was released in 2000. The proper studio follow-up to Keep It Like a Secret arrived with 2001's Ancient Melodies of the Future; critical responses ranged from enthusiasm to indifference. The following year, Martsch took a breather to release Now You Know, a solo album on which he delved into more traditional folk and blues. After a long break from releasing records, the revamped group (now a quartet comprised of Martsch, Nelson, Plouf, and Roth with additional help from the guitar-playing Brett Netson) stormed back with one of the finest records of their career, 2006's You in Reverse.
-Steve Huey, AMG

Built to Spill Caustic Resin was an EP released by indie rock bands Built to Spill and Caustic Resin. The EP was less a split release by both bands and more a collaboration between the collective members of both bands. The liner notes list the line up as follows: James Dillion - Drums (Caustic Resin); Doug Martsch - vocals and guitar (Built to Spill); Tom Romich - bass (Built to Spill). Shit Brown Eyes was engineered by Todd Dunnigan, the rest were engineered by Phil Ek. The album attributes the first two tracks to Built to Spill, the third to Caustic Resin and the last to Tae Won Yu from his time in the band Kicking Giant. It also lists Brett Netson - guitar and vocals on Shit Brown Eyes (Caustic Resin). Todd Dunnigan is listed as playing organ on When Not Being Stupid Is Not Enough and moog on One Thing. The album was originally released with cover taken from a photo featuring several snail-like creatures[1], which had been found in a trash can. However, the photo's owner complained, and the cover art was changed to the image shown on this page. The album is Up Records release UP018.

The Halo Benders were a side project for Built to Spill's Doug Martsch and Beat Happening's Calvin Johnson, uniting two of the Northwest's more idiosyncratic indie rockers. The results were appropriately loose and eclectic, with an off-the-cuff charm and a quirky sense of humor that brought them general critical approval. Johnson had spent the past decade-plus as the deep-voiced frontman of indie pop pioneers Beat Happening, in the meantime building his K Records imprint into a successful indie venture. Martsch, meanwhile, had spent several years in Boise, ID's Treepeople, and had ushered in his new project, Built to Spill, with 1993's Ultimate Alternative Wavers. Martsch invited Johnson to contribute vocals to an unwritten future track, and that invitation grew into a full-fledged side project and songwriting collaboration. Bassist Wayne Rhino Flower -- another ex-Treepeople member, also of Violent Green at the time -- and drummer Ralf Youtz, who'd played on the first Built to Spill album, soon took their place as the rhythm section.In 1994, the Halo Benders issued their debut 7", "Canned Oxygen," on Atlas Records, and soon followed it with their first full-length album, God Don't Make No Junk, on Johnson's K Records. It received complimentary reviews, and also saw the addition of producer Steve Fisk to the loose-knit lineup on keyboards. While Built to Spill was in the midst of assembling its major-label debut, the Halo Benders recorded a follow-up album, Don't Tell Me Now, which appeared in 1996 and featured instrumental contributions from BtS producer Phil Ek. It solidified their indie following and set the stage for a third album, 1998's The Rebels Not In, which featured guest guitar from Beat Happening's Heather Dunn. As Built to Spill's touring schedule got busier, the Halo Benders went on an indefinite hiatus.
-Steve Huey, AMG

Built to Spill's Doug Martsch finally made room for a solo career in early 2002. This singer/songwriter was an underground, cult hero among the indie crowd, but allowed his eclectic side to come alive in the release of Now You Know that fall. Signed to Warner Bros., Martsch recorded Now You Know in his hometown of Boise at his own Manhouse Studios over the course of 1999 and 2000. His classic assemblage of folk, blues, and classic rock impressed critics, leaving Martsch to craft another musical outlet for himself. Tours across North America followed into early 2003.
-MacKenzie Wilson, AMG

Upon the breakup of the Boise, ID, punk band State of Confusion, several members elected to head west to the thriving then-underground scene in Seattle, and so guitarist/vocalist Doug Martsch, guitarist/vocalist Scott Schmaljohn, bassist Pat Brown, and drummer Wayne Rhino Flower became Treepeople. An often melodic cross between punk and grunge highlighted by Martsch and Schmaljohn's guitar interplay, Treepeople's sound was never really altered to fit the post-Nirvana Seattle formula, and perhaps consequently, the group never attracted as much attention outside the local scene as many of its contemporaries. The group debuted on the Toxic Shock label in 1989 with Guilt Regret Embarrassment, switching to C/Z for Something Vicious for Tomorrow, which did not appear until 1992 but also included the out of print EP Time Whore. By this time, Tony Dallas Reed had taken over the drum seat; for the next album, 1993's Just Kidding, Reed switched to bass (taking over for new father Brown) and Eric Akre (ex-Christ on a Crutch) took his position behind the drum set. Claiming he was tired of touring, Martsch himself then quit the band, leaving Schmaljohn as the only remaining original member; on Treepeople's final album, 1994's Actual Re-Enactment, the lineup featured Schmaljohn, Akre, guitarist John Polle, and bassist Eric Carnell. Martsch then resurfaced in Built to Spill.
-Steve Huey, AMG

Built to Spill bassist Brett Nelson's synth-drenched side project, the Suffocation Keep, entered a Boise, Idaho, studio last weekend to begin recording a follow-up to their May 14th debut release, John Hughes Was Never So Wrong. According to Nelson, who wrote John Hughes at home with his four-track and then recruited local musicians and friends to play on the album, the band has solidified, and the current sessions will result in an album that reflects the cohesion. "On the new songs," he says, "we have more input from everyone else as opposed to just my ideas. [Keyboardist] John Mullin writes his own songs, and we collaborate on a lot of stuff. And everyone contributed some ideas." Also, while the band rushed to finish John Hughes -- "We just had a small budget, and we wanted to get something out that we could sell on the road," says Nelson -- they'll take a full year to finish recording this time around. Through the five-piece Suffocation Keep Nelson (who sings and also plays keyboards) explores musical interests that fall outside the scope of the guitar-rock-oriented Built to Spill. "It's kind of a New Wave, Eighties sound -- which I've always loved," he says. "Just kind of simple pop songs. There are no raging solo guitar jams, like in Built to Spill. It's focused on keyboards, and the guitar parts that are there are played more like keyboard parts. We cover 'Send Me an Angel' by Real Life. And we're going to do 'Star Man' by David Bowie, but obviously that's a lot harder to figure out." The Suffocation Keep will tour this summer between recording sessions. Meanwhile, Built to Spill are on a break, and frontman Doug Martsch is working on his own solo album. Next spring, the band plans to reconvene to begin work on a follow-up to last year's Ancient Melodies of the Future.

Ancient Melodies Of The Future MP3 CBR 192
Keep It Like A Secret MP3 CBR 192
Live MP3 CBR 192
Live At The Crocodile Cafe MP3 CBR 192
Live Melodies Of The Future MP3 CBR 192
The Normal Years MP3 CBR 192
Perfect From Now On MP3 CBR 320
Sabonis Tracks [EP][Promo] MP3 CBR 192
Strange Single MP3 CBR 128
There's Nothing Wrong With Love MP3 CBR 192
Ultimate Alternative Wavers MP3 CBR 192
You In Reverse MP3 VBR 190
10-15-1999 Hatch Ballroom, Boise, ID MP3 CBR 192
11-06-2004 Pyramid Ale House, Berkeley, CA MP3 VBR 220
10-11-2005 Sokol Underground, Omaha, NE MP3 CBR 192
05-13-2006 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR MP3 CBR 192
06-13-2006 The Showbox, Seattle, WA MP3 CBR 192
06-16-2006 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR MP3 CBR 192
08-05-2006 Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Chicago, IL MP3 CBR 192
09-15-2006 The Metro, Chicago, IL MP3 CBR 192
09-16-2006 The Metro, Chicago, IL MP3 CBR 192
10-10-2006 9:30 Club, Washington, DC MP3 CBR 192
07-08-2007 9:30 Club, Washington, DC MP3 VBR 190
07-12-2007 Le National, Montreal, QC MP3 CBR 192
07-18-2007 Slowdown, Omaha, NE MP3 VBR 240
09-19-2007 Eugene, OR MP3 VBR 190
09-06-2008 McDonald Theatre, Eugene, OR MP3 CBR 320
09-12-2008 Pappy & Harriet's Palace, Pioneertown, CA MP3 VBR 220
09-24-2008 Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD MP3 VBR 220
10-21-2008 Flex, Vienna, Austria MP3 VBR 220

Built to Spill Caustic Resin MP3 CBR 192

Now You Know MP3 CBR 192
06-23-2002 St. John's Pub, Portland, OR MP3 CBR 192
10-06-2002 Mercury Theatre, Chicago, IL MP3 CBR 192

John Hughes Was Never So Wrong MP3 CBR 192

Don't Tell Me Now AAC CBR 128
God Don't Make No Junk MP3 CBR 320
The Rebels Not In MP3 CBR 192
Please Let Me Go Single MP3 CBR 128

Something Vicious For Tomorrow, Time Whore MP3 VBR 190

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