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90 Day Men spent a decade boldly in conflict with the world, catering to no one and careening toward its own abyss. Forged by Midwestern teens amid a late-90s spike in angular indie rock, the band wrote itself into the lexicon of Chicago music history. Eschewing trend and time, 90 Day Men was as ornate as it was alienating, transcending genre and embracing the strange. This 5LP set, remastered by Heba Kadry, collects the bandís three studio albums and a previously unreleased 2001 Peel Session, plus EPs, singles, and outtakes, all detailed within a 68-page oral history curated by Joan of Arcís Tim Kinsella.

90 Day Men spent a decade boldly in conflict with the world, catering to no one and careening toward its own abyss. Forged by Midwestern teens amid a late-90s spike in angular indie rock, the band wrote itself into the lexicon of Chicago music history. Eschewing trend and time, 90 Day Men was as ornate as it was alienating, transcending genre and embracing the strange. This 5LP set, remastered by Heba Kadry, collects the bandís three studio albums and a previously unreleased 2001 Peel Session, plus EPs, singles, and outtakes, all detailed within a 68-page oral history curated by Joan of Arcís Tim Kinsella.

825764122641

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NUMERO
Rel. Date: 01/19/2024
UPC: 825764122641

We Blame Chicago [Clear & Transparent Orange Vinyl w/ Silver Splatter 5LP]
Artist: 90 Day Men
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $109.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. When Your Luck Runs Out
2. Chronological Disorder
3. Sequel
4. Too Late or Too Dead
5. Silver and Snow
6. Night Birds
7. My Trip to Venus
8. Sink Potemken
9. Streamlines and Breadwinners
10. Sweater Queen
11. Hey, Citronella!
12. From One Prima Donna to Another
13. Studio Track Four
14. Methodist
15. To Everybody: Outtake #1
16. To Everybody: Outtake #2
17. Harlequin's Chassis
18. Eyes in the Road

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90 Day Men spent a decade boldly in conflict with the world, catering to no one and careening toward its own abyss. Forged by Midwestern teens amid a late-90s spike in angular indie rock, the band wrote itself into the lexicon of Chicago music history. Eschewing trend and time, 90 Day Men was as ornate as it was alienating, transcending genre and embracing the strange. This 5LP set, remastered by Heba Kadry, collects the bandís three studio albums and a previously unreleased 2001 Peel Session, plus EPs, singles, and outtakes, all detailed within a 68-page oral history curated by Joan of Arcís Tim Kinsella.

        
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