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Performer: Royal Trux
Genre: Rock
Title: Singles, Live, Unreleased
Country: US
Released: 2011
Style: Alternative Rock, Lo-Fi, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
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Album · 1997 · 32 Songs. 32 Songs, 1 Hour 57 Minutes. Released: Nov 4, 1997. 2018 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records. See All. Cats and Dogs.

Royal Trux also released the triple-LP Singles, Live, Unreleased, as well as a pair of EPs and substantial video and webwork. They separated as a couple and dissolved the band following the release of Pound for Pound. In early 2018 the band officially left Drag City and signed a new record deal with Mississippi-based indie label Fat Possum Records.

Recorded 7/30/93 live at Lounge Ax in Chicago, IL. 7: The old story of Midwesterne conservatism. Recorded 8/7/92 at Lounge Ax in Chicago, IL. 13: Tribute to a drug dealer, previously unreleased. Recorded 1991 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco, CA. 14: Like a lot of our songs we got this from a dream where a popular rock band was singing this on a TV show.

Singles, Live, Unreleased.

Songs from Singles, Live, Unreleased by Royal Trux. Free download and listen Singles, Live, Unreleased. Tracks count: 32. Views: 0. Royal Trux - Esso Dame 01:51. Royal Trux - Mercury 03:50. Royal Trux - No Fixed Address 03:29.

Singles, Live, Unreleased (1997). Theme From M A S H (Suicide Is Painless).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Esso Dame
Drums – Mike FellowsEngineer – Paul Allen Guitar, Effects [Pedal] – Mike KaiserProducer – Mike EnglesTwelve-String Guitar – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
A2 Mercury
Engineer – VoytekVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar, Electronics [Midi] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
A3 No Fixed Address
Engineer – Jennifer HerremaGuitar – Charlie Davis Guitar, Drums – Neil*Voice, Guitar, Tape – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
A4 Red Tiger
Percussion – Tom Rafferty Voice, Electronic Drums – Jennifer*Voice, Lead Guitar – Pat JohnsonVoice, Rhythm Guitar – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
A5 Lucy Peaupaux
Engineer – Greg FreemanRemix – Royal TruxVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Tape, Guitar, Synthesizer – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
B1 June Night Afternoon
Bass, Guitar, Percussion [Pots And Pans] – Neil*Engineer – Greg FreemanRemix – Royal TruxVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
B2 Steal Your Face
Drums – Rian MurphyEngineer – Fred BrockmanGuitar – Neil*Synthesizer – Matt KirshmanVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
B3 Back To School
Drums, Percussion – Mike FellowsEngineer – Kramer Voice – Jennifer*Voice, Bass, Guitar – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
B4 Faca Amolada
Bass, Synthesizer – Mike FellowsDrums – Tom Rafferty Engineer – Paul Allen Producer – Mike RobinsonVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar – Neil*Written-By – Nascimento*, Bastos*
B5 Luminous Dolphin
Drums – Anil MelnickEngineer – Kramer Guitar – Jennifer*Guitar, Organ – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
B6 Spike Cyclone
Engineer – Jennifer HerremaGuitar – Charlie Davis Guitar, Drums – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
C1 Vile Child
Engineer – Greg FreemanGuitar, Tape, Synthesizer – Neil*Remix – Royal TruxVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
C2 Law Man
Engineer – Richard*, Trip*Voice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar, Electronic Drums – Neil*Written-By – Slick*
C3 Shockwave Rider
Engineer – Teo GarcaSynthesizer, Sampler – Mike FellowsVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar, Sampler, Electronics [Midi] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
C4 Chairman Blow
Engineer – Rick Carr*Guitar, Drums, Congas – Neil*Guitar, Saxophone – Mike KaiserPiano, Synthesizer – Mike FellowsVoice, Effects [Pedal] – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Fellows*, Hagerty*
C5 Womban
Bass – Dan Brown Drums – Chris PyleEngineer – Jonathan DigbyVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Performer [Stuff] – Neil*Written-By – Kessler*
D1 Cut You Loose
Engineer – Kramer Voice, Piano – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
D2 Baghdad Buzz
Engineer – Jennifer HerremaGuitar – Charlie Davis Guitar, Drums – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
D3 Hero/Zero
Drums – Tom Rafferty Guitar – Pat JohnsonGuitar, Synthesizer, Electric Piano – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
D4 Statik Jakl
Engineer – Greg FreemanRemix – Royal TruxVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Bass, Flute, Percussion [Pots And Pans] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
D5 Gett Off
Drums – Rian MurphyEngineer – Fred BrockmanGuitar – Neil*Synthesizer, Harmonica – Matt KirshmanVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
D6 Teeth
Drums – Ian WillersGuitar – Mike Kaiser, Neil*Synthesizer, Percussion [Plastic Buckets] – Mike FellowsVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
E1 Cleveland
Drums – Mike FellowsEngineer – Kramer Voice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar, Piano, Organ, Electronics [Midi] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
E2 Theme From M*A*S*H
Drums – Mike FellowsEngineer – Paul Allen Guitar – Mike KaiserProducer – Mike EnglesTwelve-String Guitar – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Mandel*, Altman*
E3 Strawberry Soda
Bass, Synthesizer – Mike FellowsDrums – Tom Rafferty Engineer – Paul Allen Guitar – Neil*Producer – Mike RobinsonVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
E4 Sunflavor
Engineer – Jennifer HerremaGuitar – Charlie Davis Guitar, Drums – Neil*Voice [Whispers] – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
E5 Love Is...
Drums – Tom Rafferty Lead Guitar – Pat JohnsonRhythm Guitar, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Neil*Voice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
F1 Ratcreeps
Drums, Percussion – Rian MurphyGuitar – Neil*Saxophone – Brad Wood, Chad OrganSynthesizer – David GrubbsVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
F2 Hair Beach
Engineer – Greg FreemanRemix – Royal TruxVoice, Guitar, Bass, Percussion [Pot And Pans] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
F3 Sometimes
Drums – Mike FellowsEngineer – Paul Allen Guitar – Mike KaiserGuitar [Twelve-string] – Neil*Producer – Mike EnglesVoice – Jennifer*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*
F4 Signed, Confused
Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer – Mike FellowsEngineer – Rick Carr*Voice – Jennifer*Voice, Piano, Guitar – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*, Murphy*
F5 Aviator Blues
Engineer – VoytekVoice – Jennifer*Voice, Guitar, Violin, Electronics [Midi] – Neil*Written-By – Herrema*, Hagerty*

Credits

  • Producer – Jennifer*, Neil*

Notes

Originally released November 4, 1997.

Track information by Neil Hagerty:

A1: Peel session version of one of the first songs we ever wrote. About holding onto the past in an unhealthy way. Released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Ltd. First transmission date: 16 July 1993.
A2: At our last Drag City sessions, we recorded an early unreleased song. Sometimes you just know something and that's all there is to it. Recorded 1/21/94 at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, CA.
A3: Citizen X, of no fixed address, was awarded his prize this afternoon. Recorded 7/88 in Arlington, Virginia.
A4: Setting a Maoist phantasy about fame to dope smoking music. Recorded 8/89 at Old West Studio in San Francisco, CA.
A5: Another supergirl. This is an outtake from "Twin Infinitives". Recorded 5/90-6/90 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco, CA.
B1: Unreleased song about an average night of drinking. Recorded 1991 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco, CA.
B2: I've heard it said that the people who are most vulnerable are those that think that it could never happen to them. Recorded 7/27/92 at Snack Time Studios in Hoboken, NJ. Licenced from Sub Pop Records.
B3: That autumn feeling. Recorded 5/2/92 at Noise NJ in Demarest, NJ.
B4: This was on a Milton Nascimento tape ("Minas") that we bought in a gas station in France. Released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Ltd. First transmission date: 25 November 1995.
B5: Pink dolphins in the Hudson. Recorded 5/88 at Noise NY in New York City.
B6: Love song involving a certain something. Recorded 7/88 in Arlington, Virginia.
C1: This "Twin Infinitives" outtake was a premature call for action. Recorded 5/90-6/90 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco.
C2: Cover of late Jefferson Airplane tune. Buy your shotguns now for the revolution. Recorded in 1992 at The Station in Maryland.
C3: The drug buyer's side of the story. Recorded 9/93 at T.O.G. Studios in Arlington, Virginia.
C4: A tribute to the heroes of free jazz. Recorded 8/93 at The Bathhouse in Chicago, IL.
C5: Atypical Godz Tune. Recorded at Chiswick Reach in London, England.
D1: True-to-life teen love song. Recorded 5/88 at Noise NY in New York City.
D2: No one knew when the Arab/U.S. conflict would start bt you could guess where. Recorded 7/88 in Arlington, Virginia.
D3: In capitalism, the less you care about something the more successful it will be. Recorded 8/89 at Old West Studio in San Francisco, CA.
D4: The bitter conflict between tenderness and expediency, previously unreleased. Recorded in 1991 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco, CA.
D5: Grace of expression is not the cornerstone of valuable information. Recorded 7/27/92 at Snack Time Studios in Hoboken, NJ. Licensed from Sub Pop Records.
D6: Live. Recorded 7/30/93 live at Lounge Ax in Chicago, IL.
E1: The old story of Midwesterne conservatism. Recorded 5/2/93 at Noise NJ in Demarest, NJ.
E2: From the movie. The helicopters were the BBC engineers' idea and we said: OK. Released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Ltd. First transmission date: 16 July 1993.
E3: While I was overdubbing this the engineer warned me over the headphones that my guitar was out of tune. I didn't say anything back but I was making faces like: Duh. I didn't think he could see me but unbeknownst to me there was a video monitor in the iso booth. Released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Ltd. First transmission date: 26 November 1995.
E4: We wish we could survive on nothing but sunshine. Recorded 7/88 in Arlington, Virginia.
E5: The love song genre. Recorded 8/89 at Old West Studio in San Francisco, CA.
F1: Live. Recorded 8/7/92 at Lounge Ax in Chicago, IL.
F2: Tribute to a drug dealer, previously unreleased. Recorded 1991 at Lowdown Studios in San Francisco, CA.
F3: Like a lot of our songs we got this from a dream where a popular rock band was singing this on a TV show. Released by arrangement with BBC Worldwide Ltd. First transmission date: 16 July 1993.
F4: In the dramatic style of Dear Abby. Recorded 8/93 at The Bathhouse in Chicago, IL.
F5: Recorded at our last Drag City session, but held back until now. Recorded 1/21/94 at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, CA.

The LPs come in individual cardboard covers with white paper inner sleeves. They are all housed in a solid cardboard slipcase.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DC 93 Royal Trux Singles, Live, Unreleased ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Drag City DC 93 US 1997
DC093CD Royal Trux Singles, Live, Unreleased ‎(2xCD, Comp) Drag City DC093CD US 1997
WIGCD40P Royal Trux Singles, Live, Unreleased ‎(2xCD, Comp + Box, Promo) Domino WIGCD40P UK 1997
PCD-5519/20 Royal Trux Singles, Live, Unreleased ‎(2xCD, Comp, Lyr) P-Vine Records PCD-5519/20 Japan 1999
WIGLP 40 Royal Trux Singles, Live, Unreleased ‎(3xLP, Comp + Box) Domino WIGLP 40 UK 1997

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