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Galaxie 500 - 1987-1991 - Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste Album FLAC Performer: Galaxie 500
Album: 1987-1991 - Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
Country: US
Released: 29 Jun 2004
Style: Indie Rock, Shoegaze
Label: Plexifilm
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: 015 Plexifilm
Size FLAC: 1711 mb.
Size MP3: 1544 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 265
Record Source: 2 × DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, All-Region




Tracklist


1Strange
2Tell Me
3 Kennel Club San Francisco, CA / Mar 28, 1990
4 Kennel Club San Francisco, CA / Oct 15, 1990
5Spook
6 The Point Atlanta, GA / Jan 26, 1990
7Victory Garden
8 University Of London London, UK / Nov 15, 1990
9Temperature's Rising
10Flowers
11 Club Lingerie Hollywood, CA / Mar 30, 1990
12Snowstorm
13Here She Comes Now
14Oblivious
15Blue Thunder
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Sergio Huidor
16Interview With The Band
17 Live Archive
18Decomposing
19Fourth Of July
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Sergio Huidor
20Tugboat
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Sergio Huidor
21Fourth Of July
22Melt Away
23Ceremony
24Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste
25When Will You Come Home
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Sergio Huidor
26 Bootlegs
27Hearing Voices
28Blue Thunder
29 Commonwealth School Boston, MA / Apr 21, 1989
30 London, UK / Feb 9, 1990
31 The Middle East Cambridge, MA / Mar 19, 1988
32Back In Your Life
33When Will You Come Home
34Buzz In My Head
35 Music Videos
36Sorry
37Plastic Bird
38Tugboat
39Here She Comes Now
40Summertime
41Pictures
42Decomposing Trees
43Listen, The Snow Is Falling
44I Can't Believe It's Me
45 UK Television


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
015 Plexifilm, GALAXY 500Galaxie 500 1987-1991 - Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste ‎(2xDVD-V, NTSC, All + 7", Single, Tra + Ltd)Plexifilm, Plexifilm015 Plexifilm, GALAXY 500US2004


Credits


  • ProducerMatt Grady


Notes


A comprehensive visual document spanning the history of Galaxie 500. The 2-disc DVD set is a compendium of all their music videos, a rare TV appearance and an archive of over 40 songs performed live, including 2 unreleased songs (1-7 & 1-8).

Also contains a booklet with exclusive photos and an interview with all three band members, conducted by Yo La Tengo's James McNew.

Total running time: 3 hours 55 minutes.


Companies


  • Filmed At – The Middle East
  • Filmed At – Commonwealth School


Album


Anecdotal and well-spirited, it's a nice contrast to the circumstances of the band's demise, and presumably puts the final seal on the group's efforts - unless murmured rumors of a reunion come to pass. Galaxie 500 was an American alternative rock band that formed in 1987 and split up in 1991 after releasing three albums. Guitarist Dean Wareham, drummer Damon Krukowski and bassist Naomi Yang had met at the Dalton School in New York City in 1981, but began playing together during their time as students at Harvard University. Wareham and Krukowski had formed a series of punk-influenced student bands, before Wareham returned to New York. When he returned in 1987 he and Krukowski formed a new band, with. Galaxie 500. Produced by Kramer. Album Today. Dont Let Our Youth Go to Waste Lyrics. Don't let it go to waste. Say something warm, say something nice I can't stand to see you when you're cold Nor can I stand being out of your life And I could bleed in sympathy with you On those days And I could drink up everything you have. Don't let our youth go to waste. More on Genius. Dont Let Our Youth Go to Waste Track Info. This is my favorite Galaxie 500 song. It can be found ontheir 1988 album TODAY. I own no copyrights for this amazing track. Lyrics: I need to walk by retrospective treats fans to a plethora of clips from the band. Along with their four music videos, Galaxie 500: Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste 1987-1991 includes two complete live shows shot by fans as well as other live clips and a performance from a British television program. Dont worry, it wont take long. Please click the link below to receive your verification email. Watch the video for Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste from Galaxie 500's Today for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Galaxie 500 was an American alt-rock band that formed in Cambridge, MA in 1987 and split up in 1991 after releasing three albums. The band comprised vocalistguitarist Dean Wareham a transplanted New Zealand native, bassist Naomi Yang and drummer Damon Krukowski, longtime friends who first met in high school in New York City before all three attended Harvard University. On this page you can download song Galaxie 500 - Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste in mp3 and listen online. Alternative Indie Rock Shoegaze. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Galaxie 500 : Don't Let Our Youth Go To Waste,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Galaxie 500: Don't Let Our Youth Go to Waste 1987-1991 is an ideal collection of materials both for completist fans of Galaxie 500 and anyone who hasn't heard the Boston low-fi band's sometimes powerful legacy. The two discs in this set cover, among other things, the trio's ventures in music videos, each of which is a provocative barrage of found footage suited to Galaxie's searching, psychedelic sound. Galaxie 500 could be one of the most influential bands to emerge from the late-80's independent rock scene. The New York Times. Galaxie 500 made some of the starkest, most beautiful, American underground music of the past decade. Galaxie 500 was a trio: Dean Wareham, Naomi Yang, and Damon Krukowski. The band formed in Boston in 1987, and broke up in 1991. While the band was active, it released three albums on Rough Trade Records: Today 1988, On Fire 1989, and This Is Our Music 1990. Since the bands demise, three additional archival recordings have also been released: Uncollected rarities and outtakes, 1987-90, Peel Sessions recorded for BBC Radio 1s John Peel Show, 1989 & 1990, and Copenhagen recorded live by Danish National Radio, 1990. The three original albums have now been remastered and reissued