This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation

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All Music Guide - Stephen Cramer
From the start of the piano-laced "Radio" by the Walkmen, it's obvious that listeners are in for a ride when listening to This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation. That song is followed by "I've Got a Fang," which is new territory for They Might Be Giants. The song is a hard rocker, with John Linnell's vocals noticeably lower than normal. The diversity of sounds coming out of the New York City borough is evident with what comes next: a soft and serene folk song from Folksongs for the Afterlife. From the outrageous bursts of Grand Mal to the relaxed musical companionship of the Mendoza Line, there is a wealth of unique sounds coming out of the thriving Brooklyn ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Cramer
From the start of the piano-laced "Radio" by the Walkmen, it's obvious that listeners are in for a ride when listening to This Is Next Year: A Brooklyn-Based Compilation. That song is followed by "I've Got a Fang," which is new territory for They Might Be Giants. The song is a hard rocker, with John Linnell's vocals noticeably lower than normal. The diversity of sounds coming out of the New York City borough is evident with what comes next: a soft and serene folk song from Folksongs for the Afterlife. From the outrageous bursts of Grand Mal to the relaxed musical companionship of the Mendoza Line, there is a wealth of unique sounds coming out of the thriving Brooklyn indie rock scene. Les Savy Fav offer up the live track "No Sleeves," a rousing song made better by Tim Harrington's understated vocals. Rainer Maria, who transplanted to Brooklyn from Wisconsin, donated "Artificial Light" to the disc. It's another wonderful example of Caithlin de Marrais and Kyle Fischer's feverish vocal interplay. The first disc ends with the lively "Johnny Shot the Mexican" by Rev. Vince Anderson. The second disc begins with former subway musicians the Boggs and their folky "Bound for Brighter Days." The French Kicks offer up the subtly catchy "1985," while Ida's "Hearts Don't Break" features Liz Mitchell's remarkably reflective vocals in harmony with Dan Littleton. Enon's "New York's Alright If You Like Saxophones" is a lively and disorienting effort. It's followed by Nada Surf's John Denver-esque "Blizzard of '77," which is gracefully followed by Mascott's seductive and dramatic "Kite." The disc ends with the startling and complex "Brooklyn" by Home. It's a warped and quirky song smattered with gleeful melodies and frantically sung lyrics. Arena Rock Records released the two-disc set in 2001. Proceeds benefited the Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition, a Brooklyn animal shelter.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/17/2001
  • Label: Arena Rock
  • UPC: 639980001822
  • Catalog Number: 18

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Radio - The Walkmen (4:11)
  2. 2 I've Got a Fang (2:21)
  3. 3 Wasting in the Sun - Folksongs for the Afterlife (3:37)
  4. 4 Keep Your Feelings to Yourself - Clem Snide (2:19)
  5. 5 Muddy Blue - AM Radio (2:16)
  6. 6 Hey Man - Grand Mal (5:29)
  7. 7 Go Shopping (3:38)
  8. 8 Radiate - Weeds of Eden (4:13)
  9. 9 Akwake and Under - Calla (3:53)
  10. 10 Science (2:15)
  11. 11 Twin Stars - Bee and Flower (5:39)
  12. 12 Like Your Mom - Hoagy (2:52)
  13. 13 Sky to Ground - Geometry (2:18)
  14. 14 It's All Made Up - Scout (3:16)
  15. 15 No Sleeves - Les Savy Fav (4:10)
  16. 16 Artificial Light - Rainer Maria (3:38)
  17. 17 Painted Flowers - Cub Country (3:48)
  18. 18 New York Avenue Playground (3:21)
  19. 19 It's Not About Love (It's About Love) - Seconds (2:06)
  20. 20 Spanish Conversation - Hub Moore (2:56)
  21. 21 Johnny Shot the Mexican - Rev. Vince Anderson (3:42)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Bound for Brighter Days - The Boggs (4:04)
  2. 2 Problems - Ben Kweller (3:30)
  3. 3 1985 - French Kicks (4:47)
  4. 4 Snail (3:44)
  5. 5 False Porno Alarm - Stereobate (4:20)
  6. 6 Hard to Be Easy (4:09)
  7. 7 Hearts Don't Break - Ida (2:45)
  8. 8 Factory Farm - Jumbo Jets (4:40)
  9. 9 Three Ears (3:05)
  10. 10 Horsey - Hem (3:33)
  11. 11 The Wind - The Birdwatcher (5:40)
  12. 12 New York's Alright (If You Like Saxophones) (1:28)
  13. 13 Down in the Mud - Gloria Deluxe (2:46)
  14. 14 A Time to Be So Small - Interpol (5:46)
  15. 15 Buzzard of '77 - Nada Surf (2:09)
  16. 16 Kite - Mascott (2:10)
  17. 17 Gin I Win - Timesbold (3:00)
  18. 18 Vanish - Black Beetle (3:50)
  19. 19 Cellar Door (1:46)
  20. 20 Don't Believe a Word - Blasco (3:17)
  21. 21 Brooklyn - Home (1:23)
  22. 22 [Untitled Track]
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rodney Miller Piano, Keyboards
Laura Cantrell Vocals
Hod David Guitar
Sean Eden Guitar, Vocals
Eric Drew Feldman Hammond Organ
John Flansburgh Guitar
Tom Galbraith Drums, Vocals
Paul Garisto Musician
Wade Hampton Upright Bass
Dan Hickey Drums
Pete Hofmann Guitar
Andrew Innes Alto Saxophone, Saw
Ray Ketchem Drums
Dave Knowles Trumpet
John Linnell Keyboards, Vocals
Liz Mitchell Guitar, Vocals
Will Rigby Percussion
Andres Villamil Bass, Vocals
Patrick Young Drums
Tim Harrington Vocals
Ray Ketchum Percussion
Dan Littleton Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Jay Orr Bass
Michael Tighe Guitar
Bill Whitten Guitar, Vocals
Nada Surf Track Performer
Joan Wasser Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Ida Track Performer
Home Track Performer
Hub Moore Guitar, Vocals
Grand Mal Track Performer
Curtis Hasselbring Trombone
Claude Coleman Jr. Percussion, Drums
Rainer Maria Track Performer
Matt Barrick Drums
Jon Graboff Mandolin
Matt Kohut Bass
Carmen Luz QuiƱones Vocals
Eric Tucker Drums
David Voigt Bass, Bass Guitar
Danny Weinkauf Bass
Cindy Wheeler Vocals, Musician
Matthew Sutton Pedal Steel Guitar
Alan Weatherhead Lap Steel Guitar
Toko Bass
Caroline Schutz Vocals
Rev. Vince Anderson Track Performer
Clem Snide Track Performer
The Mendoza Line Track Performer
Phillip Roebuck Banjo
Karla Schickele Bass
Hub Moore Track Performer
David Fridman Bass, Piano
Paul Maroon Guitar, Piano
Ani Cordero Drums
Mascott Track Performer
Parker Kindred Percussion, Drums, Vocals, Background Vocals
Gary Maurer Guitar, Mandolin
Mark Brotter Drums
John Schmersal Guitar, Vocals
French Kicks Track Performer
Paula Henderson Saxophone
Les Savy Fav Track Performer
Paul Deppler Bass
Shannon McArdle Keyboards, Vocals
Lee Wall Drums
Calla Track Performer
Lynn Wright Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar
Robin "Goldie" Goldwasser Background Vocals
Am Radio Track Performer
Sam Fogarino Drums
Enon Track Performer
Syd Butler Bass
Harrison Haynes Guitar
Seth Jabour Guitar
Jonathan Toubin Guitar, Hammond Organ
Nick Stumpf Drums, Vocals
Josh Wise Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Elk City Track Performer
Dan Matz Guitar, Vocals
The Birdwatcher Track Performer
Seconds Track Performer
Dan Miller Guitar
Ex Models Track Performer
Wayne Magruder Percussion
Aurelio Valle Guitar, Vocals
Champale Track Performer
Interpol Track Performer
Jason Glasser Cello
Erin Elstner Vibes
Mark Rozzo Guitar, Vocals
The Mink Lungs Track Performer
Andreas Mikkel Hansen Guitar, Vocals
The Walkmen Track Performer
Ben Kweller Track Performer
Folksongs for the Afterlife Track Performer
Weeds of Eden Track Performer
Bee and Flower Track Performer
Geometry Track Performer
Hoagy Track Performer
The Boggs Track Performer
Stereobate Track Performer
Jumbo Jets Track Performer
Hem Track Performer
Gloria Deluxe Track Performer
Timesbold Track Performer
Black Beetle Track Performer
Blasco Track Performer
Cub Country Track Performer
Jim Kimball Bass
Walter Martin Organ
Technical Credits
They Might Be Giants Composer, Producer
Master Cylinder Producer
Albert Caiati Engineer
Laura Cantrell Composer
Hod David Engineer
Jon "JD" Dickson Contributor
Eric Drew Feldman Producer
John Flansburgh Engineer
Paul Garisto Engineer
Jef Lee Johnson Contributor
Ray Ketchem Producer
Dave Snyder Producer
Mark Haines Producer, Engineer
Tim Harrington Composer
Hub Moore Producer
Don C. Tyler Mastering
Rainer Maria Composer
Jeremy Chatelain Contributor
Tony Lockwood Engineer
Cindy Wheeler Engineer
Ira Elliot Contributor
Daniel Lorca Contributor
Scout Producer
Carlos de Leon Engineer
Matthew Caws Contributor
Gary Maurer Composer, Producer, Engineer
Geoff Sanoff Producer, Engineer
French Kicks Composer
Louie Lino Engineer
Paul Uniack Art Direction
Sam Fogarino Engineer
Syd Butler Composer
Harrison Haynes Composer
Seth Jabour Composer
Caithlin De Marrais Contributor
Kyle Fischer Contributor
Wayne Magruder Programming
Jim Kimball Contributor
Kendall Jane Meade Composer
Walter Martin Engineer
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