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Buffalo Tom
Roman Cars

Boston flannel lovers Buffalo Tom, release a second 7" from their recent 'Quiet & Peace' LP. This one is a Japanese import on Formosa Punk records and there's only 300 of the buggers. You'll want it because there's an exclusive track on the B side which you won't be able to get anywhere else.  ...view item »

Buffalo Tom
The Only Living Boy In New York / The Seeker

What is it with covers of The Only Living Boy In New York? I mean it's a good song but must everyone in the entire world ever cover it? The latest are Buffalo Tom who covered on their recent Quiet and Peace record. Now they've released it as a 7" backed with a cover of the Who's 'The Seeker'. I'm excited. &...view item »

Buffalo Tom
Quiet and Peace

Nine albums of this? Okay. The definitely lying Buffalo Tom have injected their fair bit of noise and commotion into this record called ‘Quiet & Peace’; in fact it opens on a song that screams its pastorality at the top of its lungs, offering country rock up as an anthem you can share around. Solos, I tell you: honest to god solo...view item »

Buffalo Tom
Big Red Letter Day

Buffalo Tom's fourth record was their stab at the 90s alternative mainstream. After the critical success of Let Me Come Over (a great but slightly bloated record that suffered from murky production), they hired the Robb Brothers; the production team who had brought sheen to the sound of the Lemonheads. The hope ...view item »

Buffalo Tom
Let Me Come Over - 25th Anniversary Edition

Flannel shirted Boston rockers Buffalo Tom get their 'Let Me Come Over' classic re-issued to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Full of grungy heartfelt songwriting and quiet loud dynamics the band's music is perfect angst ridden college rock to nurse you through the bad times. Comes with bonus album of the band blastin' t...view item »

Buffalo Tom
5 Albums

This collection gathers together Buffalo Tom’s 5 albums recorded in the 90s, spanning 1990-1998. Birdbrain, their second album was produced by J Mascis and, because of this presumably, has a dirtier sound than anything that came after it. The title track, “Crawl” ...view item »

Buffalo Tom
Skins

After releasing six albums between 1988 and 1998, Boston three-piece Buffalo Tom have slowed down somewhat. “Skins” which was released in 2011 is only their second album in 17 years and counting. 2007’s “Three Easy Pieces” and “Skins” have also been released with little fanfare too, which is a shame. Buf...view item »