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No News Is Good News - R. Stevie Moore - Unpopular Singer Vol. 4 (CDr)

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  1. Jun 12,  · Save R. Stevie "R. Stevie Moore is one of those American oddities that people hail or dismiss as "eccentric." Of course he's eccentric, but he also writes very good .
  2. KNOXVILLE NEWS-SENTINEL. Dec 7 review by Wayne Bledsoe R. Stevie Moore is both an American institution and a man who sometimes sounds as if he should be institutionalized. A decade ago, Moore was spreading his music by way of a tape club. Subscribe, and the ever-prolific Moore would send you a tape per month of new music. Some of it was awful.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about R. Stevie Moore - Teenage Spectacular at Discogs. Complete your R. Stevie Moore collection.
  4. One of the most difficult to categorize musicians in rock, R. Stevie Moore is a true original. Bypassing the traditional recording industry more thoroughly than just about any internationally known singer/songwriter ever has, Moore self-released literally thousands of songs through the R. Stevie Moore Cassette Club, a mail-order operation that has hundreds of individually dubbed cassettes and.
  5. Producer, Voice, Instruments – R. Stevie Moore Remix [Digitally] – Vito Capurso Written-By – R. Stevie Moore (tracks: A1 to B4, B6 to B10).
  6. A two-disc follow-up to Unpopular Singer, Vols. , the third in the series cranks down the implied self-loathing of the title a bit: only the self-explanatory "Not Sold in Stores" and the endless and frankly kinda whiny career overview "Deemed Inappropriate" work the "woe is me" schichohprinycsmidagearripbiosmackidscer.xyzinfoere, Unpopular Singer, Vol. 3 has a couple of R. Stevie Moore's typically quirky covers (who else 5/
  7. R. Stevie Moore. $ Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of Sample this song Title Artist / R. Stevie Moore - Cruising for Burgers. by R. Stevie Moore on Lemme Take You to the Beach. R. Stevie Moore - Cruising for Burgers.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Unpopular Singer, Vol. 4 - R. Stevie Moore on AllMusic - - The fourth and final volume in the Unpopular 6/
  9. From the title of the album to songs like "Fuckin' Idiots Everywhere" and "Why Do You Hate Me So Much?," the tone of 's Unpopular Singer, Vols. 1 & 2 shows just how fed up R. Stevie Moore was with the music business by the early '90s. After two decades of banging his head against an indifferent industry and a creatively successful but commercially unsatisfying stint with the French label.

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