The Amps - Tipp City FLAC album
Title: Tipp City
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1858 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1227 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1424 mb
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The Amps released one album, Pacer, which was recorded at several different studios. The first session, at Easley Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, was engineered by Davis McCain and Doug Easley. There Deal recorded new songs, including what would become Pacer's single, "Tipp City". Greer: Hunting Accidents: Being the Further Adventures of Guided By Voices. Post Office – Tipp City, OH, . 10/25/95 – Detroit, MI @ State Theatre. 10/26/95 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre.
The Amps were an indie-rock band from Dayton, Ohio. Formed by Kim Deal in 1995 after The Breeders went on hiatus, they first began touring as "Tammy Ampersand and the Amps" (a name inspired by friend Robert Pollard) but it was later shortened to "The Amps.
The Amps has been played on NTS shows including The Freelancer's Breakfast, with Tipp City first played on 17 January 2013. The Amps are an indie rock band from Dayton, Ohio, USA and were formed by Kim Deal in 1995 after The Breeders went on hiatus. They first began touring as "Tammy and the Amps" but it was later shortened to "The Amps. Their album Pacer was released on Halloween of 1995. It is widely believed to consist mostly of songs intended for the follow-up album to the platinum Last Splash
Recorded at: Easley Studios, Memphis (Easley, McCain), Chicago (Fluss), Pie, Long Island (Goggin), Dreamland, Woodstuk (Agnello, Kappa, McLoughlin), Cybertechnics, Dayton (Doughman), Totally Wired, Dublin (O'Shea, Skerritt), Conway, Los Angeles (Goggin, Kinsley). The tracks on this vinyl release are numbered sequentially 1 to 12. The track durations are not printed on the release.
Listen to albums and songs from The Amps. lbum Branco (Indie Version). Club Beryl, Vol. 1 - EP. Various Artists.
Is Pacer the best album by The Amps? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Pacer by The Amps (1995) Overall rank: 5,648th. The Amps – Tipp City 12" VINYL 1995 BAD5015. The Breeders 'All Nerve' LP NEW, SEALED! The Amps Pixies.
From the brutally pounding "Empty Glasses" and the charmingly sleazy "Tipp City" to the singsong pop of "Pacer" and the fractured melodic rock of "Hoverin" and "Breaking the Split Screen Barrier," Pacer is exciting, gut-level rock & roll.
The Tipp City EP heralded Pacer, their first and only album, which was released in late 1995. That year, the Amps toured with friends and like-minded acts such as Helium and Sonic Youth. The following year, Deal folded the Amps lineup into a new version of the Breeders - which also included Pod-era member Carrie Bradley - for a handful of California dates with Primus. As the Breeders' notoriously unstable lineup changed, all of the former Amps left the group within two years.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Engineer – Davis McCain, Doug Easley
|2||Just Like A Briar
Engineer – Ivan O'Shea, Tom SkerrittWritten-By – The Tasties
|3||Empty Glasses (Kim's Basement 4-Track Version)||2:32|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – 4AD Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – 4AD Ltd.
- Published By – Period Music
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Engineered At – Easley Recording
- Engineered At – Totally Wired Studios
- Designed At – v23
- Design – Vaughan Oliver
- Design [Design Assistance] – Timothy O'Donnell
- Written-By – Kim Deal (tracks: 1, 3)
NotesTrack 1 engineered at Easley Recording, Memphis, TN, February 1995.
Track 2 engineered at Totally Wired, Dublin, Eire, August 1995.
Manufactured and distributed by PolyGram Group Canada Inc. 1345 Denison Street, Markham, Ontario L3r 5V2 Made in Canada
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 7697430252 4
- Matrix / Runout: 7697430252
- Matrix / Runout: MFG BY CINRAM
|BAD 5015 CD||The Amps||Tipp City (CD, Single, Dig)||4AD||BAD 5015 CD||UK||1995|
|PRCD 9363-2||The Amps||Tipp City (CD, Single, Promo)||Elektra||PRCD 9363-2||US||1995|
|BAD 5015||The Amps||Tipp City (12", Single)||4AD||BAD 5015||UK||1995|
|PRCD 9367||The Amps||Tipp City (CD, Single, Ltd, Promo)||Elektra||PRCD 9367||US||1995|
|BAD 5015 CD||The Amps||Tipp City (CD, Single, Dig)||4AD||BAD 5015 CD||UK & Europe||1995|