Band Name: Jawbox
Music Album: My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents
Album Release Date: January 1970
Music Genre: Punk Rock Post Rock Indie Rock
Record Label: DeSoto Records
Album Release Country: United States
Music Record Type: 22 Tracks CD
American alternative rock band founded in 1989 in Washington, D.C. and disbanded in 1997. They reunited for a brief one-off show in 2009, followed by a full-time reunion in 2019.
J. Robbins – Vocals, Guitar (1989–1997, 2009, 2019–present)
Kim Coletta – Bass (1989–1997, 2009, 2019–present)
Zach Barocas – Drums (1992–1997, 2009, 2019–present)
Brooks Harlan – Guitar, Vocals (2021–present)
Adam Wade – Drums (1989–1992)
Bill Barbot – Guitar, Vocals (1991–1997, 2009, 2019–2021)
|3||Chinese Fork Tie||2:38|
|Unreleased And Studio|
|9||The Big Shave||2:30|
|12||Won't Come Off||2:55|
|16||I've Got You Under My Skin||4:22|
|17||Sound On Sound||4:04|
|20||It's Expected I'm Gone||2:30|
The CD comes packaged with two booklets:
In Pictures..., which contains numerous band photos, track credits, and a discography.
In Words..., which contains a chronological listing of all shows performed by the band.
Originally released: 03 Nov 1998
Glass master date of 2003-January-18 based on "E30118" in matrix.
This release is a repress/reissue. Release date is intentionally left blank.
Tracks 1 to 5:
Peel Session: Recorded 5/15,94, Broadcast 7/1/94
(P) BBC 1994, released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Music.
Track 6: Recorded 2/97 at Sub-Zero Sonic Labs in Silver Spring, MD. Previously unreleased.
Track 7: Recorded by John Agnello 1/96 at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ. Previously unreleased.
Track 8: Recorded by Geoff Turner 1/94 at WGNS in Arlington, VA. Previously released 4/94 on "Dope - Guns - 'n - Fucking in the Streets Volume 8" 7", Amphetamine Reptile Scale 64. Also released as "Dope - Guns - 'n - Fucking in the Streets Volumes 8-11" CD, AmRep 053.
Track 9: Recorded by Geoff Turner 11/93 at WGNS in Arlington, VA. Previously released 9/94 on "WGNS: We Gots No Station Compilation Volume Two", WGNS Recordings WGNSO4.
Track 10: Recorded by Barrett Jones 2/91 at Upland Studio in Arlington, VA. Remixed by Dan Kozak 6/98. Previously released 10/91 on "Sign Language" boxed triple 7" compilation on Allied Recordings.
Track 11: Recorded by Barrett Jones 10/89 at Upland Studio in Arlington, VA. Previously released 12/89 on Maximum Rock & Roll compilation "They Don't Get Paid, They Don't Get Laid ..."
Tracks 12 to 15: Live: Recorded 6/96 at HFStival, RFK Stadium, Washington, DC. Remixed by J. Robbins 6/98 at Inner Ear in Arlington, VA.
Track 16: Recorded by Geoff Turner 12/92 at WGNS in Arlington, VA. Written by Cole Porter (Chappell & Co., ASCAP). (P) and © 1993 LSR Records, Inc. Originally released 11/93 on the Grass Records compilation "Chairman of the Board" (GROW1212-2), courtesy Dutch East India Trading.
Track 17: Recorded by Geoff Turner 12/92 at WGNS in Arlington, VA. Written by Tim Kerr and Chris Gates of The Big Boys (©1993 Poppa Cool Thang, BMI). Originally released 1/94 on "Savory+3" (Atlantic 2-85700), (P) and © 1994 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Track 18: Recorded by Ian MacKaye and Don Zientara 12/92 at Inner Ear in Arlington, VA. Written by Tar. Originally released 2/93 on a split 7" with Tar (Dischord 77.7/Touch & Go 113.3).
Track 19: Recorded by Iain Burgess 12/91 at Inner Ear in Arlington, VA. Written by Berry / Buck / Mills / Stipe (© 1991 Night Garden Music, BMI). Originally released 6/92 on "Surprise Your Pig" REM tribute, Staplegun Records (SG001-CD).
Track 20: Recorded by Geoff Turner 12/92 at WGNS in Arlington, VA. Written by the Minutemen (© 1984 tHUNDERsPIELS). Originally released 12/94 on "Our Band Could Be Your Life" Minutemen tribute compilation CD/LP, Little Brother-003.
Track 21: Recorded by Jawbox 2/95 at Sub-Zero Sonic Labs in Silver Spring, MD. Written by The Cure (© Fiction Songs, Ltd.). Originally released 7/95 on "Give Me The Cure" Cure tribute benefit compilation CD, Radiopaque / Corduroy.
Track 22: Recorded by Barrett Jones 2/91 at Upland Studio in Arlington, VA. Remixed by Dan Kozak 6/98. Written by Steve Diggle of The Buzzcocks (© 1980 Virgin Music Inc.). Originally released 6/91 on a split 7" with Jawbreaker; Selfless Records #3.
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