Rarities (typeset as on the artwork) is the fourth album, and first compilation, by the Minneapolis punk rock band The Soviettes. It is a selection of the group's lesser-known material, including their early EPs. It was released free on the internet and also in vinyl LP format. Hot Sauced and Peppered" – 2:34. Go Lambs Go!" – 1:58. Matt's Song (Split Version)" – 2:46.
Rarities (Soviettes album). Rarities (typeset as on the artwork) is the fourth album, and first compilation, by the Minneapolis punk rock band The Soviettes .
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Rarities (typeset as on the artwork) is the fourth album, and first compilation, by the Minneapolis punk rock band The Soviettes . "Red Sound Records". Retrieved 2010-11-12. Hansen, David (March 17, 2010). The Soviettes reunite after years as punk rock royalty". Retrieved January 10, 2011. Keller, Josh (March 18, 2010).
Rarities is still a good album, but given that the group's three full-lengths were such tight pop-punk concoctions, anything less cohesive pales. That's why a rough track like "Twin Cities Sound" can be disappointing compared to the group's overall output yet still kick the shit out of 99 percent of all other music ever written. But enough s is priced to move and er'rybody should take advantage. These 18 songs run the Soviettes' pop-punk playbook hard and fast.
Rarities may refer to: Rarities (1978 The Beatles album), released in the UK. Rarities (1980 The Beatles album), released in the US. Rarities (Jean Michel Jarre album), a 1994 album by Jean Michel Jarre. Rarities (Roxette album), 1995. Rarities (The Presidents of the United States of America album), 1997. Rarities (Emilíana Torrini album), 2000. Rarities 1971–2003, a 2005 album by The Rolling Stones. Rarities 1994–1999, a 2000 album by Silverchair.
Well, The Soviettes folded after three excellent records. But apparently they had some leftovers, B-sides and EP-tracks. So they chose the funnest bits, threw them all together and made an excellent dish. None of the 18 songs are as tight and clean and harmony-filled as their last (and best) effort, ‘LP III’. Still, ‘Rarities’ is a rad listen in all its naivete and roughness. And it’s a fun experience to hear the band evolve towards that pop punk powerhouse they had become by the end. And if you read this far: congratulations.
|A1||Hot Sauced And Peppered|
|A2||In The Red|
|A3||Go Lambs Go!|
|A5||Matt's Song (Split Version)|
|B1||The Nine To Life|
|B3||Twin Cities Sound|
|B4||30 Minutes Or Less|
|B8||Old Man Reading A Book|
|B9||The Best Of Me|
|B10||LPIII Original Intro|
- Bass, Vocals – Susy*
- Drums, Vocals – Danny*
- Guitar, Vocals – Annie*, Sturgeon
- Layout, Design – Jonathan Stavole
|Rottentone 001||The Soviettes||Rarities (LP, Comp)||Rottentone Records||Rottentone 001||US||2010|
|RGF-052, DBR-135||The Soviettes||Rarities (LP, Comp, RE)||Rad Girlfriend Records, Dead Broke Rekerds||RGF-052, DBR-135||US||2015|
|RGF-052, DBR-135||The Soviettes||Rarities (12", Comp, RE, Gre)||Rad Girlfriend Records, Dead Broke Rekerds||RGF-052, DBR-135||US||2015|
|Rottentone 001||The Soviettes||Rarities (LP, Comp, Gre)||Rottentone Records||Rottentone 001||US||2010|
|Rottentone 001||The Soviettes||Rarities (LP, Comp, Pin)||Rottentone Records||Rottentone 001||US||2010|