Todd Snider - Songs For The Daily Planet

 (Translucent Green Vinyl)


Label:

Plain Recordings

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
APLN 2101
UPC: 646315521009
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Translucent green vinyl pressing

Songs For The Daily Planet is the debut album by singer/song writer Todd Snider that was originally released in 1994. Combining country, folk and roots rock elements with rock n roll attitude to spare, the album was critically acclaimed and put Todd on the music map as a major new talent.

From the opening track "My Generation (Part 2)," where he indicts his own generation, to the chilling "You Think You Know Somebody," about a lifelong friend who turns out to be a child abuser, to the final song, the Dylanesque hidden track "Talking Seattle Grunge-Rock Blues," which pokes fun at the music industry hype around the Seattle music scene, Snider's songwriting and performing chops shine on his incredible debut. In a gatefold sleeve, it's the first ever release for the album on vinyl.



Side 1
1. My Generation (Part 2)
2. Easy Money
3. That Was Me
4. This Land Is Our Land
5. Alright Guy
6. I Spoke As A Child
7. Talking Seattle Grunge-Rock Blues

Side 2
1. Turn It Up
2. Trouble
3. Alot More
4. You Think You Know Somebody
5. Somebody's Coming
6. Joe's Blues

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