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The Music of Heatmiser (2023 reissue)
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  1. Lowlife ('92 cassette)
  2. Bottle Rocket ('92 cassette)
  3. Buick ('92 cassette)
  4. Just A Little Prick ('92 cassette)
  5. Dirt ('92 cassette)
  6. Mightier Than You ('92 cassette)
  7. Can't Be Touched (Cavity Search single)
  8. Wake (Cavity Search single)
  9. Stray (Cavity Search single)
  10. Dead Air (Demo)
  11. Sands Hotel (Demo)
  12. Mock Up (Demo)
  13. Cannibal (Demo)
  14. Candyland (Demo)
  15. Still (Demo)
  16. Man Camp
  17. Laying Low
  18. Bloody Knuckles
  19. Father Song
  20. Glamourine
  21. Meatline
  22. Revolution
  23. Blackout (Live on KBOO)
  24. Bottle Rocket (Live on KBOO)
  25. Dirt (Live on KBOO)
  26. Still (Live on KBOO)
  27. Candyland (Live on KBOO)
  28. Don't Look Down (Live on KBOO)
  29. lowlife (Live on KBOO)

Heatmiser (elliott smith)

The Music of Heatmiser (2023 reissue)

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Neil Gust and Elliott Smith arrived in Portland, OR together in the summer of 1991 to start a new band with drummer/producer Tony Lash.

Within a year of adding bassist Brandt Peterson on bass, they were playing across the West Coast and demoing dozens of songs for their first LP. Six of these tracks were self-released on the cassette titled “The Music of Heatmiser” which was sold at shows, local record shops, and handed out to record labels. The sound of the band changed a lot over 3 LP’s, but this is Heatmiser right out of the gate. New, energetic, excited, moving quickly through styles, totally broke and making it work in whatever way possible. It’s guitar rock, full-blast, through 100 watt Marshall half stacks, when grunge was ascendant in the Pacific Northwest and the Portland scene was exploding. Fast, tight, loud, fun.