» » Clem Snide - Your Favorite Music
Clem Snide - Your Favorite Music FLAC album

Tracklist

The Dairy Queen 5:01
Exercise 3:34
Your Favorite Music 3:55
African Friend 4:21
Bread 4:54
I Love The Unknown 2:45
1989 4:05
Loneliness Finds Her Own Way 4:18
Sweet Mother Russia 4:29
Messiah Complex Blues 3:28
Donna 3:49

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
31068-2 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(CD, Album) Sire 31068-2 US 2000
31068-2P Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Sire 31068-2P US 2000
COOKCD 207 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl COOKCD 207 UK 2001
COOKCD 207 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl COOKCD 207 UK 2001
spart 91 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(CD, Album) spinART Records spart 91 US 2001
MFR-002 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(LP, Album, Blu) Microfiche Records MFR-002 US 2010
MFR-002 Clem Snide Your Favorite Music ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Gre) Microfiche Records MFR-002 US 2010


Clem Snide - Your Favorite Music FLAC album

Musician performer: Clem Snide

Title: Your Favorite Music

Country: US

Date of release: 2000

Style: Country Rock, Indie Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1884 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 259

Other Formats: AA AHX MP3 FLAC ADX DXD XM

Related to Clem Snide - Your Favorite Music FLAC Albums

Binthars
This band pretty much answers the question “What if the Presidents of the United States of America were actually a really good band?” Not that the Presidents aren’t alright, but with the exception of “Stranger” on their eponymous debut, there was never a hint of poignancy in their often gimmicky songs. Well, in Clem Snide, you’ll find the same coy sense of humor, minus the gimmickry, plus a great sense of sadness from frontman Eef Barclay, who’s also has a voice exactly the President’s frontman.
Binthars
This band pretty much answers the question “What if the Presidents of the United States of America were actually a really good band?” Not that the Presidents aren’t alright, but with the exception of “Stranger” on their eponymous debut, there was never a hint of poignancy in their often gimmicky songs. Well, in Clem Snide, you’ll find the same coy sense of humor, minus the gimmickry, plus a great sense of sadness from frontman Eef Barclay, who’s also has a voice exactly the President’s frontman.
Gralsa
A truly transcendent album. It seems to come from another planet that I feel like I've been to before.
Gralsa
A truly transcendent album. It seems to come from another planet that I feel like I've been to before.