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Shellac - The End of Radio (LP)

Shellac - The End of Radio (LP)

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New in polybag. Double LP in a top-load single pocket wide spine jacket with two printed inner sleeves. Pressed on 180 gram audiophile quality vinyl.

The End of Radio is comprised of two previously unreleased BBC Radio Peel Sessions recorded 10 years apart - 1994 and 2004. The 1994 session was recorded at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3 and originally aired on John Peel's BBC Radio One show in July of 1994. The 2004 Peel session is a "Live From Maida Vale" session recorded live to stereo in front of a small audience at BBC Maida Vale Studio 4. It originally aired in December of that same year. Shellac is a post-hardcore band from Chicago, Illinois, composed of Steve Albini (guitar and vocals), Bob Weston (bass guitar and vocals) and Todd Trainer (drums and vocals) and formed in 1992. Their music genre has been classified as post-hardcore and noise rock but they describe themselves as a "minimalist rock trio."

LP 1 / Side 1 - 14 July 1994 Peel Session
1 Spoke
2 Canada
3 Crow
4 Disgrace

LP 1 / Side 2 - 1 December 2004 Peel Session
1 Ghosts
2 The End of Radio
3 Canada

LP 2 / Side 1 - 1 December 2004 Peel Session
1 Paco
2 Steady As She Goes
3 Billiard Player Song

LP 2 / Side 2 - 1 December 2004 Peel Session
1 Dog and Pony Show
2 Il Porno Star

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