Stipplicon" - 1999 "The Late Great Truth" - 2001 Songs from both Stipplicon albums would later be re-recorded for Only Son releases- these include "True", "Sleepyface, "Falling Behind In The Game" and "Stamp Your Name On It", which was featured on Rough Trade's AntiFolk Vol. 1 compilation. The Late Great Truth (2001). Streaming and Download help. Jazz darling Kate Davis turns her talents to indie rock on this expansive, confident collection of heartbreakingly detailed love songs. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 27, 2019. What You At by Personal Best. Pop-punk sounds expansive and open-hearted on the high-energy LP from Portsmouth band Personal Best. Bandcamp New & Notable May 9, 2019. Kill the Man by Britt.
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Some articles on stipplicon: Jack Dishel - Stipplicon. Son, Dishel released two albums under the band name Stipplicon "Stipplicon" (1999) and "The Late Great Truth" (2001). Dishel has re-recorded that and other songs from the Stipplicon catalog for Only Son albums, and has expressed a desire to continue doing so in the future.
Truth is the debut album by Jeff Beck, released in 1968 in the United Kingdom on Columbia Records and in the United States on Epic Records. It introduced the talents of his backing band the Jeff Beck Group, specifically Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, to a larger audience, and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard 200. After leaving the Yardbirds in late 1966, Jeff Beck had released three commercial singles, two in 1967 featuring himself on lead vocals, and one without vocals in 1968
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The Ugly Truth is a collaborative album by Prolyphic & Reanimator. It was released on Strange Famous Records in 2008. It features guest appearances from Macromantics, Sage Francis, Alias, and B. Dolan. Bob Gulla of The Phoenix described The Ugly Truth as "a blissed-out merger of Prolyphic's smart rap/poetry and Reanimator's perfectly complementary beats and motifs.
Before creating Only Son, Dishel released two albums under the name Stipplicon - "Stipplicon" (1999) and "The Late Great Truth" (2001). A song from the second album, "Stamp Your Name On It" was featured on the Anti-Folk: Volume 1 compilation (Rough Trade). Since then, Dishel has re-recorded that and other songs from the Stipplicon catalog for Only Son albums, and has expressed a desire to continue doing this in the future. I still really like a lot of those songs," he says, "and most people have never heard them