Shonen Knife collection for Addict to look over:

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Shonen Knife collection for Addict to look over:

Postby Cult Leader Lettuce » Sat Jan 20, 2007 7:04 pm

Addict, you were asking about my Shonen Knife collection... check and see what you don't have.

Shonen knife:

New Arrivals:

Banana Chips single
Yamacharou De Mecha Umakarou
All I Want for Christmas EP
Golden Best Universal Hits (2006)
Greatest History
Live on the Cherry Blossom Clinic, Mar 9 [2005]
Live El Dorado - Sacramento - April 10, 1997



Bootlegs

Peel Sessions Aug 12, 1991
Quattro, Osaka JP, Feb 9, 1992
Reading Festival, Reading UK, Aug 29, 1992
The Grand, Clapham UK, Sep 2, 1992
Burmingham, UK - Nov 22, 1992
The Venue, Oxford UK, Dec 5, 1992
NHK-FM's Live Beat 2002 (incomplete)
The Bug Jar, Rochester NO, Mar 4, 2005
Black Cat, Washington DC, Mar 7, 2005
Lee's Palace, Toronto, Mar 12, 2005
Brickyard, Vancouver BC, Apr 1, 2005



EP's and Singles

Brown Mushrooms and Other Delights
Explosion EP
Get the Wow (US and UK versions)
It's a New Find
Lazy Bones 7"
Neon Zebra 7"
Orange Sun Single
Riding on the Rocket EP
Space Christmas EP
Super Mix
Ultra Mix
Knife Collectors



Japanese Versions (this applys to albums that were released in Japan. they could either be jpn only, or a different version than the us release... usually in japanese instead of english)

Minna Tanoshiku
Candy Rock
Happy Hour
Live in Osaka JP, Dec 17, 2005 (official release)
Tribute Album, Fork and Spoon
Heavy Songs
Genki Shock
Strawberry Sound



Remasters (usually sound better than the old CD releases)

Burning Farm
Yama-no Attchan
Pretty Little Baka Guy
Secret No. 712



US, UK, and Other Versions

Every Band has a Shonen Knife who Loves Them (US tribute album)
Rock Animals
The Birds and the B-Sides
Brand New Knife
Genki Shock
Happy Hour
Heavy Songs
Let's Knife (with bonus karaoke disc)
Millenium Edition
Oglio Records Sampler (sampler containing tracks from the four remastered albums)
Pretty Little Baka Guy + Live in Japan (CD version and LP version with differing last three tracks)
Secret No. 712 (the original US CD release that sounds like pure shit)
Self Titled (containing Burning Farm and Yama-no Attchan... sounds like shit)
The unofficial archivist. Keep digitizing those old recordings everybody!

Current Projects: A stack of tapes from Timothy, will be hopefully getting those finished soon! Lotsa upgrades to things that have been circulating for a while.
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Re: Shonen Knife collection for Addict to look over:

Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:15 am

Cult Leader Lettuce wrote:Bootlegs

Peel Sessions Aug 12, 1991
Quattro, Osaka JP, Feb 9, 1992
Reading Festival, Reading UK, Aug 29, 1992
The Grand, Clapham UK, Sep 2, 1992
Burmingham, UK - Nov 22, 1992
The Venue, Oxford UK, Dec 5, 1992
NHK-FM's Live Beat 2002 (incomplete)
The Bug Jar, Rochester NO, Mar 4, 2005
Black Cat, Washington DC, Mar 7, 2005
Lee's Palace, Toronto, Mar 12, 2005
Brickyard, Vancouver BC, Apr 1, 2005



EP's and Singles

Brown Mushrooms and Other Delights
Explosion EP
Get the Wow (US and UK versions)
It's a New Find
Lazy Bones 7"
Neon Zebra 7"
Orange Sun Single
Riding on the Rocket EP
Space Christmas EP
Super Mix
Ultra Mix
Knife Collectors



Japanese Versions (this applys to albums that were released in Japan. they could either be jpn only, or a different version than the us release... usually in japanese instead of english)

Minna Tanoshiku
Candy Rock
Happy Hour
Live in Osaka JP, Dec 17, 2005 (official release)
Tribute Album, Fork and Spoon
Heavy Songs
Genki Shock
Strawberry Sound



Remasters (usually sound better than the old CD releases)

Burning Farm
Yama-no Attchan
Pretty Little Baka Guy
Secret No. 712



US, UK, and Other Versions

Every Band has a Shonen Knife who Loves Them (US tribute album)

Let's Knife (with bonus karaoke disc)
Millenium Edition
Oglio Records Sampler (sampler containing tracks from the four remastered albums)



These are the ones I dont have. If you could put them alll in a folder and send that to me in a directory over aim overnight. Then I am sure I wont need to find anymore shonen knife for a while... unless its on vinyl.
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Postby doctor love » Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:17 am

Acording to Wikipedia, Shonen Knife have also performed as a Ramones tribute band under the name The Osaka Ramones.

I would've given my left nut to hear/see that.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:23 am

Oh yeah Lettuce I almost forgot. Here is the cover of my new record. The one I only ended up paying $7.50 alltogether over ebay.
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Postby Cult Leader Lettuce » Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:59 am

This is the other side... the black and white version again, but on this side of the cover Joe handpainted the letters. It was done for a show, and the ones that weren't sold were given to a friend of mine named Colin who used to post here back in the 90's for sale on his record distro. I got a copy when I traded him some Dead Milkmen rarities on cassette.

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After scanning I realized that I need to clean my scanner bed... I am just glad that my glasses never get this dirty... at least I keep some things clean.
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Postby Creepy_Old_Goat » Sun Jan 21, 2007 2:28 am

Schuylkill Records was nice enough to give me a free copy of that record when I last ordered the Aim Low, Get High vinyl and CD.
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Postby doctor love » Sun Jan 21, 2007 3:22 am

Creepy_Old_Goat wrote:Schuylkill Records was nice enough to give me a free copy of that record when I last ordered the Aim Low, Get High vinyl and CD.


Don't forget to mention your free "Philly Shreds" patch.
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Postby Creepy_Old_Goat » Sun Jan 21, 2007 2:38 pm

Wait... did I get a patch? I don't remember. But I do have one of my 'Philly Shreds' stickers on my guitar!
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Postby doctor love » Sun Jan 21, 2007 9:05 pm

Oh? Well I got one with my Low Budgets cd.
It's still in the cd case keeping the disc warm.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Mon Jan 22, 2007 4:28 pm

I don't mean to sound like a square but is this "philly shreds" you speak of a slogan or a band?
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Postby doctor love » Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:17 pm

Adict4DeadMilk wrote:I don't mean to sound like a square but is this "philly shreds" you speak of a slogan or a band?


It was a patch that was in the "Aim Low.." cd case that I bought and I'm pretty sure it's not a band although I dont know if any other bands (if any) are on Schulkill Records.
They were just representing their home town. Yeah.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:28 pm

The silhouette with the guy pointing the gun up? I actually like that picture a lot. It's what the kids refer to as hip.
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Shonen Knife

Postby Leone » Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:58 am

Hey guys,

I came across this thread by accident while looking for shonen knife music. I would be so grateful if you would be willing to share some of your shonen knife collection. I'll pay any fair price and send blank CD's. Whatever it takes. Thanks so much.

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