People Like Us Didn't Stop Live Vol 2

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    Includes 12 page full color booklet.

    Includes digital pre-order of People Like Us Didn't Stop Live Vol 2. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    digital album releases June 30, 2017
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    Pre-order of People Like Us Didn't Stop Live Vol 2. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
    releases June 30, 2017

      $9 USD  or more

     

1.
God's Green Earth rehearsal '00
2.
Jump Up rehearsal '00
3.
Hold Everything Graceland SE WA '02
4.
Hearts of Palm Mckinnonville WA Graceland SE WA '02
5.
Sliding Past Knitting Factory NYC '96
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Get You Back Knitting Factory NYC '96
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Santa Claus Is Weird rehearsal '01
8.
The Thick And The Thin Munster DE '02
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Scrawny Forli IT '04
11.
Social Studies Grenoble FR '08
12.
On the Shore KZSU Stanford '02
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A 10 to Noon rehersal '95
14.
If You Dare Piercing Sound BUR '96
15.
Ready to Go Roubaix FR '08
16.
Lately White Sessions FR '08
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18.
Purple 4AD Diksmuide '08
19.
Up For Living Tourcoing FR
20.
Bailout Tourcoing FR '02
21.
Drive It kxlu LA CA '94

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A collection of live tracks recorded from 1994 to 2008.


Jack Rabid from The BIg Takeover Magazine review May '17

people like us didn’t stop; live vol. 2

(Idaho)

Since Idaho is mostly a one-man operation nowadays—when Jeff Martin isn’t occupied directing and producing two feature films—it’s easy to remember what a breathtaking live band they were. Like dissimilar ’90s English peers Kitchens of Distinction, it wasn’t anything they did; no one seemed to move a muscle, as Martin brushed gently on custom four-string guitars and crooned, but he and his cohorts seemed lost in deep, intense dazes. The combination of that trance-like conveyance, building dynamics from soft-pretty spaces to heavy swells (hurrah!), and waves of brilliantly foggy sound rolling lazily off stages was as awesome as Martin’s drawled, laconic way of holding syllables like he was reluctant to let them go. As evidence, it would be hard to beat PLUDS2, Martin’s stupendous overview of prime live, rehearsal, and radio recordings, containing all the sharpness/patience/crispness and mini-explosions their burbling slowcore genius realized, alive like reanimation. “Hearts” and “Jump Up” are rousted revelations, growing louder, and “Get You Back” is a gargantuan static electricity crawl. Alive… and kicking! And a new LP is imminent. (idahomusic.com)

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