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  1. A. Wylie
  2. Regrets
  3. Julie Francavilla
  4. Pluto
  5. En Route to the Unified Field Theory
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  1. A. Wylie
  2. Regrets
  3. Julie Francavilla
  4. Pluto
  5. En Route to the Unified Field Theory
  6. A Fixed Point
  7. A Popular Donkey
  8. The Great Valediction
  9. Mendel's White Trash Laboratory
  10. Z² + C
  11. Sorry Henry Maartens
  12. Night of the Hunter
  13. Port Angeles
  14. Eat
  15. Woolworth
  16. Pts. 1 & 2
  17. Need Retrograde Orbit
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For the follow-up to the previous year's debut Flop and the Fall of the Mopsqueezer!, Seattle's Flop enlists sensational '70s punk-era producer Martin Rushent -- who did 99 percent of Buzzcocks' original works, as well as early Stranglers, 999, Generation X, and so on -- for what seems like a perfect marriage. But, in fact, Kurt Bloch's work on the first album sounds heavier. Without emasculating them, it seems Rushent has polished up the rougher surfaces and given the vocals more prominence in the mix (a common major-label ...

Whenever You're Ready 1993, Sony Music Distribution

UPC: 074645752723

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