2 Albums You've Never Heard

Someone couldn't wait for another Wes Anderson soundtrack so went ahead and made one themselves. Fortunately for us it's a pretty decent knock-off. Even better is that that someone was Nicholas Gurewitch, creator of the Perry Bible Fellowship, the most consistently funny comic strip I've ever seen online. Oh to be multitalented...

You can download it here.

Here's the tracklist:

1. Cumulus
2. Donovan - Hi It’s Been a Long Time
3. Andrew’s Waltz
4. The Kinks - So Long
5. Les Boréades - Piggies
6. Paul Simon - The Obvious Child
7. Artur Rubenstein - Rhapsody On A Theme of Paganini - Var. #7
8. Belle and Sebastian - Fox in the Snow
9. With a Chance of Rain
10. Mike Berry and The Outlaws - Don’t You Think it’s Time
11. Hindi Beatles medley
12. The London Double Bass Sound - Moses Fantasy (paganini)
13. Ion Laceanu - Briu
14. The Rolling Stones - Mother’s Little Helper
15. The Flight of the Bumblebee* (Sinfonia Lahti Cello and Bass Ensemble) (Rimsky-Korsakov)
16. The Zombies - Beechwood Park
17. John Cale - Paris 1919
18. The Who - Can’t Explain
19. English Chamber Orchestra - Water Music Suite No. 2 in D
20. Sparks - Whipping and Apologies
21. Itzhak Perlman - Caprice #2 in B Minor by Paganini
22. The Damned - Jet Boy Jet Girl
23. The String Quartet - Sunday Morning (Velvet Underground)
24. Sigur Ros - Olsen Olsen

Listening to the State being interviewed on the Sound of Young America I learned they made an album that was declared unsuitable for release by Warner Brothers. Judge for yourself by downloading it here (although it's really only for State completists).

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