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 FORMAT: 2CD
 LABEL: Translation Loss
 RELEASED: 2006
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-3932
 SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • Comes with a bonus DVD!! Guest appearances by Jeff Caxide (Isis), Steve Austin (Today is the Day), Armine (Rosetta) and many more.

TRACKLIST:


    CD
  1. Last Call
  2. I Love it When You Crawl
  3. The Sunday Driver
  4. Missoula
  5. It's My Right to Be an Asshole
  6. Empty & Loaded
  7. Pigs NEver Fly
  8. Human Landfill
  9. Battle of the Asses
  10. Buy Me a Drink
  11. Balck Leather Mustasche
  12. Clinton St. Blues
  13. Steel Cage Match
  14. Wireless
  15. Gutter Queen

    DVD

  16. Last Call (The Movie)
  17. Last Call (The Show)
"Last Call is the final Cable release. It features a 15-song CD which includes hand picked songs from Cable's previous studio albums, a full live set from their last show at CBGBs in December 2004, a previously unreleased live track of the song "Gutter Queen" which was only played once live and a brand new studio recording called "Last Call" which was recorded in July of 2006. The DVD that comes with this release features a hour long film by Ed Ballinger (Slacks), the full video from their last show at CBGBs, and many extras. This is the ultimate Cable release and features guest appearances by Jeff Caxide (Isis), Steve Austin (Today is the Day), Armine (Rosetta) and many more."




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Cable: Variable Speed Drive (CD) (Cover Art)
Price: $12.99
Released: 2008
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Variable Speed Drive (CD)

Label: Translation Loss   Origin: USA
Includes 3 bonus tracks. So this is where it all began, the start of Cables legacy - and no, thats not too strong a word. Originally released in 1996, Variable Speed Drive remains as uncompromisingly ugly now as it did 13 years ago. In fact, given how the bands progressed over time, Id say its gotten even uglier. Variable Speed Drive is an open wound, festering and raw. People expecting the southern-tinged sludge of Skyhorse Jams and Never Trust a Gemini will have...


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