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  1. Malalkree Reply
    Buy Here's Where The Strings Come In (CD) by Superchunk (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Arashiktilar Reply
    Superchunk Lyrics. album: "Here's Where The Strings Come In" () Hyper Enough. Silverleaf And Snowy Tears. Yeah, It's Beautiful Here Too. Iron On. Sunshine State. Detroit Has A Skyline. Eastern Terminal. Animated Airplanes Over Germany. Green Flowers, Blue Fish. Here's Where The Strings Come .
  3. Samunris Reply
    Remastered by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering Company from the original ½ inch reels, Here's Where the Strings Come In is available for the first time on gram vinyl (with download coupon), and on CD packaged in LP-style cardboard sleeves. The LP art was re-printed at the original printing plant, Stoughton Printing Co., from the release.
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    Here's Where the Strings Come In is the fifth studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. It was recorded at Fort Apache Studios from May 25 to June 4, The album was released by Merge Records on September 19, "Green Flowers, Blue Fish" was originally recorded for the film Johnny Mnemonic.
  6. Sami Reply
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    Merge Records brings Here's Where the Strings Come In back to print on CD and gram vinyl! Remastered by Jason Ward at Chicago Mastering Company from the original 1/2 reels, Here's Where the Strings Come In will be available for the first time on gram vinyl and on CD newly packaged in LP-style cardboard sleeves/5(2).
  8. Gardara Reply
    Here's Where the Strings Come In is the first of a good string of albums from 90's power poppers Superchunk that is filled with hooks and sing along choruses. I had a tough time rating this because like all Superchunk albums I've listened to, I can't shake the feeling that I'd be better served cherry picking my five favorite tracks to listen to rather than the entire album when I come back to.

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