Missed Hits 2004

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Each year (this year and last year anyway), I make a comp CD of the best stuff I heard that year that most people probably didn’t. I pass it around to a few friends and that sort of thing. Anyway, here’s the 2004 list. Maybe I’ll post the 2003 list another time. By the way, this is stuff I heard for the first time in 2004, not stuff that came out in 2004. Some of it’s a good bit older.

  • Ted Leo/Pharmacists “Under the Hedge” from Tyranny of Distance (2001)
  • Mike Doughty “Cash Cow” from Skittish/Rockity Roll (2004)
  • Desert City Soundtrack “Shoulder” from DCS/Rum Diary Split 7″ (2004)
  • Kimya Dawson “Heroes 2004” unreleased (2004)
  • Roy “Has Darrell Worley Forgotten?” from Big City Sin, Small Town Redemption (2004)
  • Alias “Pill Hiding” from Anticon Sampler 1999-2004 (2004)
  • The Bomboras “War of the Satellites” from Head Shrinkin’ Fun (1998)
  • Death Cab for Cutie “We Looked Like Giants” from Transatlanticism (2004)
  • Fela Kuti “Let’s Start” from Fela Ransome-Kuti and Africa 70 with Ginger Baker Live (1971)
  • J Church “Austin’s Shitty Limits” from Society is a Carnivorous Flower (2004)
  • Elliott Smith “A Fond Farewell” from From a Basement on a Hill (2004)
  • The Decemberists “July, July” from Castaways and Cutouts (2002)
  • Against Me “Cavalier Eternal” from Against Me as the Eternal Cowboy (2004)
  • Rust Belt Music “This is a Colma Train” from Builder 4.0 (2004)
  • Postal Service “Sleeping In” from Give Up (2003)
  • Loretta Lynn and Jack White “Portland, Oregon” from Van Lear Rose (2004)
  • Common Rider “Longshot” from This is Unity Music (2003)
  • Velvet Teen “Chimera Obscurant” from Elysium (2004)
  • The Birmingham Sunlights “Jacob’s Ladder” from In the Garden (2004)

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bobvinyl founded Rock and Roll and Meandering Nonsense in 2005 and served as editor and principal contributor until it went on hiatus in 2010. He has also been published in AMP and Loud Fast Rules! (in print) as well as Glide and FensePost on the web. He has been an avid record collector since he was seven years old and enjoys sharing his love of music from the common to the esoteric.

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