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Shout: The Revolution Rave Up Alive 1997-2003
     

Shout: The Revolution Rave Up Alive 1997-2003

by Shout
 
As kind of a celebration of the music showcased in the late 1990s and early 2000s at the Shout! club in New York City, this has just over a dozen tracks by acts that have graced its stage. Though a sticker on the shrink wrap declares it to be "an arsenal of rare, unreleased and alternate tracks," the rarity really isn't that big of a deal to trumpet considering that

Overview

As kind of a celebration of the music showcased in the late 1990s and early 2000s at the Shout! club in New York City, this has just over a dozen tracks by acts that have graced its stage. Though a sticker on the shrink wrap declares it to be "an arsenal of rare, unreleased and alternate tracks," the rarity really isn't that big of a deal to trumpet considering that not many people, even in indie rockdom, are too familiar with most of the bands. Elefant and the Warlocks are about the most recognizable acts on a compilation that, at first glance and hearing, seems like it might be a neo-garage anthology. It's true that this CD is largely devoted to guitar-oriented rowdy sounds with echoes of the '60s and '70s, with the crossover of blues/garage/pop/hard rock of the early '70s being a prominent approach. But it's fairly diverse within that aesthetic, though not crowded with memorable songs. Vue's "Pictures of Me" sounds a little like a caricature of early-'70s Rolling Stones; the Greenhornes' "Good Times" has the most convincing evocation of '60s-type garage angst; the Witnesses' "(Walkin') Steppin' Pneumonia" evokes the gutsier early-'70s glam sounds; and Knoxville Girls' "I Had a Dream" is trashy '50s-styled R&B-rock. In a change of pace from most of the disc, the Boggs' "How Long?" is nonchalant, raggedy folk-blues.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/22/2003
Label:
Palm Pictures (Audio
UPC:
0660200650124
catalogNumber:
6501

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Shout   Primary Artist
Mike Therieau   Bass,Background Vocals
Paulette Tyler   Guitar
Jeremy Andrew Bringetto   Bass
Jonah Buffa   Guitar
Jessica Ann Graves   Keyboards
Rafael Orlin   Drums
Oakley Munson   Guitar,Vocals
Darian Zahedi   Guitar,Vocals
Bonnie Bloomgarden   Keyboards,Vocals
Kenan Gunduz   Bass,Vocals
Will Scott   Drums,Vocals

Technical Credits

Davy Vain   Producer,Engineer
Jerry Teel   Producer
Vue   Producer
Elefant   Engineer
Vorrasi   Artwork
Jason Friedman   Composer

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