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Cap'n Jazz - Analphabetapolothology (1998)
Quality: 320 kbps mp3
Stolen from: http://mister-smiley.blogspot.com/
Record Label: Jade Tree

Disc: 1
1. Little League
2. Oh Messy Life
3. Puddle Splashers
4. Flashpoint: Catheter
5. In The Clear
6. Yes, I am Talking To You
7. Basil's Kite
8. Bluegrassish
9. Planet Shhh
10. The Sands've Turned Purple
11. Precious
12. Que Suerte!
13. Take On Me
14. Tokyo
15. Ooh Do I Love You
16. Hey Ma, Do I Hafta Choke On These
17. Forget Who We Are
18. Olerud

Disc: 2
1. We Are Scientists!
2. Sea Tea
3. Troubled By Insects
4. Rocky Rococo
5. In The Clear
6. Soria
7. No Use For A Piano Player
8. Scary Kids Scaring Kids
9. Bluegrass
10. Winter Wonderland
11. AOK
12. Geheim
13. Sergio Valente
14. Easy Driver
15. Theme To '90120'
16. Ooh Do I Love You

Disc 1

Disc 2

Get it while it lasts, it won't be up for too much longer.

For fans of : Owen, Joan Of Arc, American Football, Owls, Braid, Q And Not U, At The Drive In, The Promise Ring, etc.

The excellent two-disc set Analphabetapolothology collects the entirety of the Cap'n Jazz oeuvre, assembling all of the singles and compilation tracks as well as unreleased eight-track demos and live material from their final show in their native Chicago.
great thanks

Shit, I wanted to listen to this band so much, and of course I was late sad.gif
Could someone of you guys reupload this please?
It will be very-very much appreciated...

I'll re-up sometime this week
Thanks, I'm already downloading it.
Can't post an opinion yet - file is too big, it will take a couple of hours to download smile.gif
BTW, I hope you won't forget to upload CD1 smile.gif

Disc 1

Thanks again, you guys are just awesome smile.gif

Very funny archive name, mlkdecow07!
It took me more than a couple of seconds to understand that this is just first four letters from album name smile.gif
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Cap'n Jazz - Analphabetapolothology (1998)
Size: 193.8 MB
Time: 1:39:13
Bitrate: 320 kbps mp3
Encoder: Unknown
Record Label: Jade Tree

Short-lived but highly influential, Cap'n Jazz helped transform emo from a deeply underground punk subgenre into a more widely accepted subset of indie rock. Not terribly popular or well-known outside of the Midwest, Cap'n Jazz's main contribution was stylistic -- along with Pinkerton-era Weezer, they helped shift emo's always-elusive musical focus from post-hardcore prog-punk to an arty but more accessible punk-pop. Their discography was as scant as it was rare, but that very obscurity helped build their underground legend through word of mouth, until a double-CD retrospective was finally issued several years after their breakup. By that time, most of the members had moved on to other, better-known emo bands, most notably Joan of Arc and the highly successful Promise Ring, which helped spread Cap'n Jazz's influence far beyond their original audience.The first incarnation of Cap'n Jazz was formed in Chicago circa 1989, when brothers Tim (guitar, vocals) and Mike Kinsella (drums) teamed up with bassist Sam Zurick and guitarist Victor Villareal; all were still in school at the time. The band went through several name changes and added guitarist Davey von Bohlen, but took a few years to get serious about pursuing music. Eventually, they earned a cult following around Chicago and the Midwest, honing a sound that was at once complicated and sloppily enthusiastic. Frontman Tim Kinsella's cryptic wordplay and na?ve, amateurish vocals became the group's focal points; although some found those traits polarizing, they gave Cap'n Jazz a distinct personality.During the early '90s, the band recorded several singles for tiny independent labels, and also contributed tracks to several indie and emo compilations. In 1995, they issued their first and only album, Shmap'n Shmazz, on the tiny, poorly distributed Man With Gun label; the album also had an incredibly lengthy alternate title, which most fans ignored. It quickly became a collector's item. Not long after its release, Cap'n Jazz disbanded to pursue other projects. In 1998, three years after the band's breakup, the Jade Tree label assembled a generous double-disc Cap'n Jazz retrospective titled Analphabetapolothology. It contained the band's complete recorded works -- the entirety of Shmap'n Shmazz, material from their early singles and split releases, compilation tracks, unreleased demos and outtakes, and several songs from their farewell concert in Chicago.Davey von Bohlen maintained the highest profile of any ex-Cap'n Jazzer, moving to Milwaukee and founding the Promise Ring, which became one of the most popular emo bands of the '90s; he also fronted the acoustic-oriented side project Vermont. Tim Kinsella founded Joan of Arc, which fused emo and avant-garde post-rock in adventurous and sometimes difficult ways, and also included Mike Kinsella and Sam Zurick at various times. In between drumming gigs behind his brother, Mike Kinsella went on to front his own emo projects, American Football and, later, the mostly solo Owen. Victor Villareal was the quietest, resurfacing in the mostly instrumental Ghosts and Vodka, which also featured Zurick. Following Joan of Arc's breakup in 2001, Tim Kinsella reunited with all the former members of Cap'n Jazz -- except for von Bohlen, who was still committed elsewhere -- under a new name, Owls; the quartet released an album that year. Kinsella subsequently focused on a new outfit, Friend/Enemy, which later included Zurick

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