Complete your The Stitches collection. 200 Red Vinyl, numbered, hand made covers, some with fish guts & blood & stuff (1st press and I don't think they were kidding about the guts because mine did stink for a while) 800 Clear & Red Swirl Vinyl, different cover w/ Black & White Picture Sleeve 1000 Black vinyl, Black & White Picture sleeve (2nd press).
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Format MP3 FLAC MIDI AAC TTA MP3 AU DXD RA. Genre Rock. The Stitches - Two New Cuts MP3 version. 1712 downloads at 35 mb/s. The Stitches - Two New Cuts FLAC version. 1504 downloads at 37 mb/s.
A lot of people got hip to the Stitches' inherent brilliance on early singles like "Sixteen" and "Two New Cuts," snatching up each of the band's subsequent singles and EPs like the pennies from heaven that they were. In contrast, I first heard the Stitches on their split with Le Shok that came out in late 2000, but despite the fact that I didn't grow up with the band, I've still feverishly anticipated each new Stitches record since. No matter when you got into this band, though, hearing their records as they come out is something really special. Though the new tracks are largely of a piece, when combined with the extremely varied older material, Twelve Imaginary Inches adds up to the kind of album lover's album that the punk scene only enjoys once or twice a year at best.
The Stitches is a 1970s-style punk rock band formed in 1994 in Orange County, California. The Stitches record on independent labels such as Disaster, Gold Standard Laboratories, Vinyl Dog, Suburbia, TKO, and Kapow. Current band members are Mike Lohrman on vocals, Johnny Witmer on guitar, Pete Archer on bass, Jim Kaa on guitar and Craig Barker on drums. Former members include drummer Johnny Sleeper and guitarist Logan Graham. Sixteen", "Something New" (1994). Two New Cuts" (1995). Sixteen", "Heaven" (1995). Living' at 110" (1997). You Tear Me Out" (1997).
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Sixteen" "8x12" "Two New Cuts" "Talk Sick" "2nd Chance" "Living' at 110" "You Tear Me Out" "Cars of Today" split w/Le Shok "4 More Songs from the Stitches" "5 More Songs from the Stitches" "You Better Shut Up and Listen" "Automatic" "12 Imaginary Inches".
Michael Sandtel1y ago. Serguei you are the Godfather of dark electro ;) especially the part at minute 45:00 :-) holy shit what a blast with volume at xxl level over my Reloop headphones ;D. NEGATIVE1y ago. Haha!
|VD 007||The Stitches||Two New Cuts (7", Cle)||Vinyl Dog Records||VD 007||US||1995|
|VD 007||The Stitches||Two New Cuts (7", Ltd, Num, Red)||Vinyl Dog Records||VD 007||US||1995|
|VD 007||The Stitches||Two New Cuts (7", RP)||Vinyl Dog Records||VD 007||US||1995|