THE BREEDERS-“Double Trouble”

Posted: February 25, 2008 by dillion in Uncategorized

art_1.jpg“Double Trouble” is a widely circulated bootleg compilation of stuff from The Breeders 1993 tour, the one from when they were at the crest of the “Cannonball” wave. I haven’t heard the new Breeders album, “Mountain Battles,” (it isn’t out yet, I don’t think), but I’m really looking forward to it.

In case any of you don’t know who they are, The Breeders were an alt-rock band that peaked in the early ’90s, rising from the ashes of two great alternative/punk bands: Kim Deal of the Pixies and Tanya Donelly of the wonderful Throwing Muses. Kim was joined by her twin, Kelley Deal (guitar and vocals), to form the heart of the band. They’re often credited with being part of the riot grrrrl movement.

A few tastes, and a zip.

1. Iris (3:11)
2. Cannonball (3:35)
3. Saints (2:34)
4. Hag (2:25)
5. Fortunately Gone (1:50)
6. When I Was a Painter (2:46)
7. Doe (2:06)
8. Limehouse (1:54)
9. Only In 3’s (3:39)
10. Doe (2:05)
11. Hellbound (2:46)
12. Safari (3:13)
13. Happiness is a Warm Gun (2:40)
14. Driver (2:38)
15. Do You Love Me Now? (3:02)
16. Don’t Call Home (4:01)
17. Fortunately Gone (2:00)
18. I Just Wanna Get Along (1:54)
19. When I Was a Painter (3:57)
20. Limehouse (1:59)
21. Iris (3:33)
22. Opened (2:22)

  1. mh says:

    it says that the zip is password protected when i try to extract the files, how do i fix that?
    thanks for the music!

  2. therenovator says:

    I just downloaded it, and I had no trouble extracting without a password. Try using unstuffit.

  3. ekko says:

    I posted an alternative zip file, just in case, but over 100 people have downloaded with no trouble.

  4. airgarcia says:

    Excellent Breeders Show

  5. oddbodkins says:

    i’m late to the party, but i had a problem w/ the first link wanting a password, too.

    Trying the second one now.

  6. oddbodkins says:

    Yeah, they both want passwords.

  7. ekko says:

    Odd-What program are you using to unzip? I know they don’t need to PWs on a mac.

  8. Jon says:

    I’ve tried opening both files with Winzip on a laptop, and they both require a password.

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