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  • Carl Zimring
    Oct 1, 2003
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      Today's Pitchfork update also has the tracklist for the new Fall album.

      Carl Z.

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      http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/news/03-10/01.shtml

      Stephen Malkmus, Will Oldham, Clinic On Hand For Domino Anniversary Shows,
      2xCD Retrospective
      Drag City Supersession calls October practice off; School Of Rock breaks
      for Christmas three months early

      [Posted Wednesday, October 1st, 2003 02:00:00 Pitchfork Central Time]

      Jeremy C. Baron reports:
      Not content to leave their birthday bash to six measly concerts, Domino
      Records has been adding additional artists and dates to their birthday
      party lineup since our last report, giving more and more Londoners the
      opportunity to get down in honor of the venerable indie's 10th anniversary.
      As previously reported, Clinic, Mouse on Mars and Four Tet will be joining
      the ranks for the festivities, part of the month-long celebration dubbed
      (after the Pastels song) "Worlds of Possibility." The goings-on include not
      just music but art shows and a two-disc, 36-track label retrospective on
      top of that. Now, even more bands have signed up for the party, including
      Manitoba and Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks. Dates:

      10-04 London, England - ICA (Clinic, Hood)
      10-12 London, England - ICA (The Pastels, To Rococo Rot, Movietone)
      10-13 London, England - Cecil Sharp House (James Yorkston and The Athletes,
      King Creosote)
      10-14 London, England - Cecil Sharp House (Jason Loewenstein and Lou Barlow)
      10-15 London, England - Cecil Sharp House (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Adem)
      10-16 London, England - Shepherds Bush Empire (Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Pram)
      10-17 London, England - The End (Four Tet, Mouse on Mars, Max Tundra) *
      10-21 London, England - Astoria (The Kills, Quickspace, The Blueskins)
      10-24 London, England - Electrowerkz (Franz Ferdinand, I Love Lucy, Block
      Party, Joy Zipper) +
      10-27 London, England - Shepherds Bush Empire (Stephen Malkmus, Quasi,
      Archie Bronson Outfit)

      * with DJ sets from John Peel, Pram, Franz Ferdinand, Cinema, Manitoba
      + with DJ set from Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai

      The Domino label retrospective, which spans a full ten years of Domino
      artists (and subsequent side/solo projects), is also called Worlds of
      Possibility, collecting work from label cornerstones Pavement, Sebadoh,
      Clinic, Elliott Smith, Silver Jews, Palace Music, Smog, Quasi, Four Tet,
      Jim O'Rourke, and The Kills. Unfortunately, no new tracks or b-sides show
      up on this CD. Still, the lineup is pretty unfuckwithable, and surely lot
      better than those crappy Take Action volumes. The collection hits stores on
      October 6th and should retail, even on import, for around ten bucks.
      Tracklist:

      Disc one:
      01 Sebadoh: "Soul And Fire
      02 Royal Trux: "The Spectre
      03 Palace Music: "More Brother Rides"
      04 Quickspace: "Standard 8"
      05 Flying Saucer Attack: "Outdoor Miner"
      06 The Pastels: "Worlds Of Possibility"
      07 Plush: "Three-Quarter Blind Eyes"
      08 (Smog): "Held"
      09 Woodbine: "Neskwik"
      10 Elliott Smith: "Speed Trials"
      11 Clinic: "Distortions"
      12 Jim O'Rourke: "Ghost Ship In A Storm"
      13 Pram: "Sleepy Sweet"
      14 Papa M: "Plastic Energy Man"
      15 Preston School Of Industry: "Whale Bones"
      16 The Folk Implosion: "Free To Go"
      17 Silver Jews: "Random Rules"
      18 Pavement: "The Hexx"

      Disc two:
      01 The Blueskins: "User Friendly"
      02 Franz Ferdinand: "Take Me Out" [demo]
      03 Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks: "Us"
      04 The Kills: "Wait"
      05 Clearlake: "I Wonder If The Snow Will Settle"
      06 Hood: "They Removed All Trace That Anything Had Ever Happened Here"
      07 Four Tet: "She Moves She"
      08 James Yorkston: "St. Patrick"
      09 Archie Bronson Outfit: "Here He Comes"
      10 Jason Loewenstein: "Codes"
      11 Quasi: "Hot Shit"
      12 U.N.P.O.C: "Been A While Since I Went Away"
      13 Movietone: "Ocean Song"
      14 Max Tundra: "Lights"
      15 Adem: "Everything You Need"
      16 Bonnie 'Prince' Billy: "The Way"
      17 To Rococo Rot: "Rock On, Lovers"
      18 Matt Elliott: "The End"

      .: Pitchfork News: Sebadoh Frontmen Reunite For Acoustic Shows in October
      .: Pitchfork News: Domino Records Celebrates 10 Years with Shows
      .: Domino: http://www.dominorecordco.com