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Make Some Quiet - 15 Years of Badman


Download links and information about Make Some Quiet - 15 Years of Badman. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Alternative genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:34:16 minutes.

Release date: 2008
Genre: Alternative
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:34:16
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No. Title Length
1. Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second (Starfucker) 2:53
2. Dreamer (N. Lannon) 3:27
3. Oh Yeah (Lovers) 3:41
4. Get Mad (Kyle Andrews) 4:34
5. Peppermint (Lovers) 6:26
6. Poison Water (The Builders And The Butchers) 6:06
7. God Here I Come (Weinland) 4:00
8. Woody (Hayden) 1:53
9. Lake Shore Drive (The Innocence Mission) 4:44
10. The Lucky Ones (Patrick Park) 3:57
11. German Love (Starfucker) 3:32
12. Tell Us You're Sorry (The Bell) 3:41
13. Wander Through the Time of Hearts (Lovers) 5:13
14. The Hungry Ghosts (Clairvoyants) 2:31
15. Resigned (Lanterna) 4:02
16. Only a Mountain (Pleasant Grove) 5:10
17. Silhouette (The Call, Response) 3:36
18. ...And so On (Lisa Germano) 2:30
19. Silence (James William Hindle) 4:13
20. The Catch (N. Lannon) 4:18
21. In a Studio of Keepsakes (Misc) 4:36
22. Black Elevator (The Builders And The Butchers) 5:36
23. Wax Museum (The Red Thread) 3:31
24. True Love (Mark Mallman) 3:24
25. I Can't Feel You Anymore (Aina Haina) 4:51
26. Diner Girls (Ill Lit) 4:47
27. Cobra (My Morning Jacket) 24:12
28. Ruth Marie (Mark Kozelek) 6:10
29. Sweep Down Early (The Innocence Mission) 4:20
30. Back Home Again (Low) 5:19
31. Ranger (Don Peris) 2:08
32. I'm Sorry (Red House Painters) 4:55



Dylan Magierek began his record label—Badman Recording Co.—in his flat in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, going so far as to record many of the artists in the house built in 1904. This 15-year celebration is a digital-only two-and-a-half-hour collection that features highlights from the many, glorious records that wear the Badman Recording Co. imprint. Red House Painters, Mark Kozelek, My Morning Jacket, and Lisa Germano made some intriguing records for the label, while lesser-known but no less talented names like Hayden, The Innocence Mission, James William Hindle, and Lanterna further built the label’s reputation as a place for idiosyncratic wanderers to find comfort and a sense of belonging. The title Make Some Quiet references the subdued sounds that became the label’s initial inspiration, and tracks such as Kozelek’s “Ruth Marie,” Low’s cover of John Denver’s “Back Home Again,” or The Innocence Mission’s “Lake Shore Drive” underscore that gentle beauty. Lovers turn things to an electronic edge. Patrick Park’s “The Lucky Ones” moves toward folk-pop.