Live Ledge #165: Eddie Spaghetti

Tonight's special interview was with Supersuckers leader Eddie Spaghetti, who will appear in Sioux Falls next Friday night (8/22) at Big's. Eddie talked about the band's new album, Get The Hell, plans for a sequel to 1997's Must've Been High, and various other issues surrounding the band.
The rest of the show is a look back at 1994, the year the Supersuckers released La Mano Cornuda. It was also one of the last year's that the record industry focused more on records than industry. The label consolidations that tore apart the business were still a few years away, and the management-created rise of boy bands were not yet the main mission of the promotion departments. Labels were still tossing money to bands with a bit of an edge, with the result being that acts such as the Meat Puppets actually had an impact on the charts.
Tonight is part one of two shows devoted to the year, and it's admittedly more commercial than a normal Live Ledge. Tune in next week for a noisier set of tracks from 1994. 
Grab this episode from the usual sources, or...


1. Supersuckers, On The Couch
2. Supersuckers, Creepy Jackalope Eye
3. Supersuckers, She's My Bitch
4. Todd Snider, Alright Guy
5. The Bottle Rockets, Radar Gun
6. Jello Biafra & Mojo Nixon, Love Me I'm A Liberal
7. Meat Puppets, We Don't Exist
8. PJ Harvey, Down By The Water
9. Hole, Jennifers Body
10. Liz Phair, Supernova
11. The Jesus & Mary Chain, Sometimes Always
12. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Do You Love Me?
13. Sonic Youth, Bull In The Heather
14. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Ditch
15. Sebadoh, Not Too Amused
16. The`Figgs, Slow Down
17. Velvet Crush, Hold Me Up
18. Pavement, Cut Your Hair
19. Guided By Voices, I Am A Scientist
20. Archers Of Loaf, Freezing Point
21. Superchunk, Driveway to Driveway
22. Small 23, Mona Skips Breakfast
23. Jawbreaker, Boxcar
24. Jawbox, Breathe
25. Unwound, What Was Wound
26. The Wrens, From His Lips
27. The Fall-Outs, Away for Awhile
28. Reverend Horton Heat, Baddest Of The Bad


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