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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bumps And Guys (3:54)
2 .Running From Kabob (2:53)
3 .Go To Bruises (3:06)
4. More Horror (3:54)
5. Apollo, Don't You Crust? (4:48)
6. Breeze, It's Your High School (4:16)
7. Stupid Deep Indoors (3:37)
8. Untitled (3:19)
9. So Long Bonus... (3:18)

Total Time 32:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Al Johnson / vocals
- Mark Shippy / guitar
- Todd Rittmann / guitar, banjo
- Pat Samson / drums

Releases information

CD Drag City ‎- DC164CD (1999, US)

LP Drag City ‎- DC164 (1999, US)

Digital album

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3 stars In 1998 U.S. Maple was in tours, but also changed it label to Drag City at least partly from the influence of their former producer Jim O`Rourke. But Jim didn't produce their next album in 1999, it was Michael Gira, the leader of the post-industrial rock band Swans. Anyway he's influence wasn't ... (read more)

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