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Love Catastrophe - Shudder To Think - Live From Home (CD)

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  1. Shudder To Think continues to be as important and other-worldly today as they were when they released their first independent single, 'It Was Arson' in In Shudder To Think signed to Epic Records and released their opus Pony Express Record, an album still considered one of the most groundbreaking and influential albums of our time.5/5(5).
  2. Recorded live on tour fall For this recording Shudder To Think was Craig Werdren, Nathan Larson, Kevin March, Jesse Krakow, and Mark Watrous. 11" x 11" insert sheet and a plastic download voucher included. Track duration taken from CD release/5(8).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Shudder To Think - Live From Home at Discogs. Complete your Shudder To Think collection.4/5(9).
  4. Oct 13,  · Shudder to Think performs Love Catastrophe at The Paradise Lounge in Boston on October 11th,
  5. Jul 15,  · The best of the band’s live shows can be found on Shudder To Think’s new album Live From Home to be released via Team Love on September And with that live album comes ANOTHER live date for.
  6. Check out Shudder To Think on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Live From Home SHUDDER TO THINK. CD: $ Curses Spells, Voodoo, SHUDDER TO THINK. MP3: $ High Art Craig Wedren. CD: $ MP3: $ Love Catastrophe by Shudder To Think on Get Your Goat.
  7. Shudder To Think returned in with "50, BC" (and with Kevin March replacing Adam Wade) and moved into soundtrack work but split by the end of the decade. Werden, Larson, and March reunited in with a new bassist and a third guitarist for a show in New York.
  8. Sep 19,  · Love Catastrophe [Get Your Goat] 11 of 22 Shake Your Halo Down [Get Your Goat] 12 of 22 I ended up seeing Shudder to Think live twice on the 50, BC tour, once opening for Pavement (awesome show!) and once headlining. "Live From Home". Released on Conor Oberst's (of Bright Eyes) Team Love label.