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Real Nighttime - Game Theory
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  1. Here Comes Everybody
  2. 24
  3. Waltz the Halls Always
  4. I Mean It This Time
  5. Friend of the Family
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  1. Here Comes Everybody
  2. 24
  3. Waltz the Halls Always
  4. I Mean It This Time
  5. Friend of the Family
  6. If and When It Falls Apart
  7. Curse of the Frontier Land
  8. Rayon Drive
  9. She'll Be a Verb
  10. Real Nighttime
  11. You Can't Have Me
  12. I Turned Her Away
  13. Any Other Hand
  14. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  15. Couldn't I Just Tell You
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Released in 1985, Real Nighttime wasn't Game Theory's first album -- they'd self-released the home-recorded Blaze of Glory in 1982, and a pair of EPs had been fashioned into the 1984 LP Dead Center -- but it was the first record that truly fulfilled Scott Miller's ideas and ambitions for his music. With Real Nighttime, Miller and his bandmates had a bigger budget to work with, as well as a talented and sympatico producer, Mitch Easter, who tightened up the music and helped Miller work out the angles of his sweet-and-noisy ...

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Real Nighttime 1993, Alias Records

UPC: 093716004721

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