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Acoustic Foolish

Superchunk have been mulling over how to approach an acoustic project, wanting to revisit old classics in a stripped-back fashion. Then they realised that their 1994 album, Foolish, was approaching it’s 25th anniversary and decided to re-record it acoustically. It features guest performances from Alison Crutchfiled (Swearin’), Peter Holsapple (The dB’s), Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak) and Matt Douglas (Mountain Goats).
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Cup Of Sand

Cup of Sand is a super-sized compilation of Superchunk singles, B-sides and rarities, originally rounded up in 2003 and now made available on vinyl for the first time (with a few extra songs appended). Loads of quality Superchunk treats here, including covers of David Bowie and Adam Ant! Three LPs of superlative indie rock, reissued by Merge.
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What a Time to Be Alive

Although Superchunk leader Mac MaCaughan rightly says he would swap eight years of terrible music for having his country not run by a child, much great art is coming out of the Trump years. Superchunk have a lot to say but have tried to make an album that is uplifting and not depressing to listen to. It also features more guest backing vocalists than any other Superchunk record.  
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Superchunk

Merge bring us this reissue of North Carolina based Superchunk’s self-titled debut full length. Available on vinyl for the first time since 1990. It’s their first album, so it is suitably raw, messy, fun filled and damn pleasing. What more do you want from punky indie-rock? Includes download code for an 11 track live recording called Clambakes Vol 9.
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Tossing Seeds (Singles 89-91)

The super-bummed and super-good Superchunk made themselves a lot of pop-punk back in the '90s, and still make a fair bit now. If you're still seeking it out, there's now 'Tossing Seeds', which collects their singles from the early days (specifically '89 onto '91). It's been out of print on wax for a while so hey, why not get it and enjoy the nasal pop of yore? 
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Come Pick Me Up

Recorded in 1999 at Electrical Audio Studios in Chicago and produced by Jim O’Rourke, ‘Come Pick Me Up’ allowed Superchunk to evolve into a more experimental sounds directions including accompaniments from horn sections provided by Ken Vandermark, Jeb Bishop, and Bob Weston and string instrument contributions from Fred Longberg-Holm and Suzanne Roberts.
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Here's Where the Strings Come In

Merge Records reissues what may or may-not be Superchunk’s greatest album. From 1995, revisit canonical indie-rock hits like ‘Hyper Enough’ and ‘Sunshine State’ on cd and vinyl from the comfort of your own home. Newly package and remastered, there’s loads of extras here too in the form of substantial downloadable material.
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No Pocky For Kitty

'No Poky For Kitty' is Chapel Hill indie rock kids Superchunk's second studio album. Produced and recorded by Steve Albini in 1991, this sophomore/college rock classic quickly became a fan favourite. Albini is not credited on the record; instead, the linear notes credit the record as, 'Produced with eyes closed by Laura, who sat in the right chair'.
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On the Mouth

Superchunk’s classic third album On The Mouth was originally released in 1993. It was recorded in L.A. with Rocket From The Crypt’s John Reis in the producer’s chair. On The Mouth features the Superchunk favourites The Question Is How Fast, Mower and Precision Auto. Available on 180gm vinyl with download code and CD. Both formats come with previously unreleased tracks available through download.
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Foolish

Superchunk’s fourth album Foolish has been remastered from the original master tapes by Jason Ward. Foolish was originally produced by Brian Paulson who has also worked with Wilco and Slint. Includes the singles Driveway to Driveway and The First Part. Available on 180gm vinyl with download code and CD. Both formats come with previously unreleased tracks available through download and an essay by Superchunk drummer John Wurster.
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