This Is Fort Apache

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Lewis
This Is Fort Apache was a collection of songs by artists who had released records on the Fort Apache label. It is also a very predictable collection of 1990s alternative rock. Not that the songs are bad by any means, but they certainly don't break any new ground. Juliana Hatfield sounds exactly as one would expect on "Here Comes the Pain," Buffalo Tom sound exactly like Buffalo Tom on "Crutch," and even Cold Water Flat manage to sound like Buffalo Tom on "Magnetic North Pole." Elsewhere, Belly, Dinosaur Jr, the Lemonheads, Throwing Muses, and Sebadoh all run through fairly standard tracks. There are a number of highlights to this set, however. "Sulk" sees Billy Bragg in ...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Lewis
This Is Fort Apache was a collection of songs by artists who had released records on the Fort Apache label. It is also a very predictable collection of 1990s alternative rock. Not that the songs are bad by any means, but they certainly don't break any new ground. Juliana Hatfield sounds exactly as one would expect on "Here Comes the Pain," Buffalo Tom sound exactly like Buffalo Tom on "Crutch," and even Cold Water Flat manage to sound like Buffalo Tom on "Magnetic North Pole." Elsewhere, Belly, Dinosaur Jr, the Lemonheads, Throwing Muses, and Sebadoh all run through fairly standard tracks. There are a number of highlights to this set, however. "Sulk" sees Billy Bragg in fine form, Radiohead provide one of the better moments from Pablo Honey in the form of "Anyone Can Play Guitar," and the late Mark Sandman's pre-Morphine group Treat Her Right provide the great, bluesy "I Think She Likes Me." As an example of '90s alternative rock, This Is Fort Apache features many of the heavyweights of the time. It's interesting then that it should be the lesser-known artists who manage to shine through.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/3/1995
  • Label: Mca
  • UPC: 008811117924
  • Catalog Number: 11179

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Magnetic North Pole - Cold Water Flat (2:50)
  2. 2 Not You Again - Dinosaur Jr. (2:28)
  3. 3 Star - Belly (3:00)
  4. 4 Stove - The Lemonheads (3:08)
  5. 5 Murdering Stone - The Walkabouts (3:12)
  6. 6 Crutch - Buffalo Tom (4:02)
  7. 7 Run Letter - Throwing Muses (5:03)
  8. 8 The Freed Pig - Sebadoh (3:08)
  9. 9 Anyone Can Play Guitar - Radiohead (3:37)
  10. 10 Here Comes the Pain - Juliana Hatfield (3:42)
  11. 11 Sulk - Billy Bragg (3:47)
  12. 12 I Think She Likes Me - Treat Her Right (3:41)
  13. 13 Off to One Side - Come (5:46)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Billy Bragg Track Performer
Buffalo Tom Track Performer
Dinosaur Jr. Track Performer
Throwing Muses Track Performer
Treat Her Right Track Performer
Sebadoh Track Performer
The Walkabouts Track Performer
Come Track Performer
Juliana Hatfield Track Performer
Belly Track Performer
Cold Water Flat Track Performer
Radiohead Track Performer
The Lemonheads Track Performer
Technical Credits
Buffalo Tom Producer
Come Producer
Gary Smith Producer
Belly Producer
Lou Giordano Producer, Engineer, Remastering
Paul Q. Kolderie Producer, Engineer
Bob Ludwig Remastering
Tim O'Heir Producer
Carl Plaster Producer
Sean Slade Producer, Engineer
Colin Greenwood Composer
Jonny Greenwood Composer
Ed O'Brien Composer
Phil Selway Composer
Tim Stedman Art Direction
Paul Janovitz Composer
Thom Yorke Composer
Karen Schoemer Liner Notes
Gary E. Smith Producer
Jon Greenwood Composer
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