Posted in music | tour dates on July 15, 2009

Shudder To Think @ Webster Hall, Oct 2008 (more by Tim Griffin)
Shudder To Think

In the fall of 2008, ten years after the band's breakup, ...Shudder To Think embarked on a limited number of tour dates during which the band delivered some of the most compelling and potent shows of their career... 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 15.
And with that live album comes ANOTHER live date for NYC (yay!), Sept 2nd at Bowery Ballroom. Amex Presale kicks off at noon TODAY (7/15), with gen pop getting a crack at 'em at noon 7/17. No more Shudder dates to report at the moment, though STT front-man Craig Wedren has a show scheduled at Joe's Pub on August 4th. At that one he'll be playing with The American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME). Not only does that sound like a bill straight out of the Worldless Music Series, it is a bill straight out of the Wordless Music Series.

Team Love, the NYC-based label that was co-founded by Conor Oberst (and who are releasing the new Shudder album) are also the people that released Craig's 2005 solo album.

Live From Home cover art and full track-listing, along with a message from Craig about the album, is below..

Shudder to Think

Craig Wedren/Shudder To Think - "Live From Home documents our 2008 tour, and features me (Craig Wedren) on vocals/guitar, Nathan Larson on guitar, Jesse Krakow on bass, and Mark Watrous on guitar. Now that's a lot of guitar, which you can hear and feel f'real, even if you weren't at any of the shows. We think Live From Home does a slam-bang job of representing, and in some cases toppling altogether, a lot of the original recordings. 'About Three Dreams' is a particular favorite, and I think we may finally have gotten a solid version of 'Day Ditty' down for the lovers. We feel that these songs transcend time and trends, and we hope that they'll feel as fresh to you as they did to us when we played them again last year, for the first time in over a decade."
Shudder To Think - Live From Home tracklisting:
1. dialogue
2. Red House (from the albums Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot/50,000 BC)
3. Shake Your Halo Down (from Get Your Goat)
4. Dialogue
5. Hit Liquor (from Pony Express)
6. Love Catastrophe (from Get Your Goat)
7. Lies About the Sky (from Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)
8. Jade Dust Eyes (from Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)
9. Gang of $ (from Pony Express)
10. She Wears He-Harem (from Get Your Goat)
11. Rag (from Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)
12. Pebbles (from Get Your Goat)
13. 9 Fingers on You (from Pony Express)
14. No. Rm 9 Kentucky (from Pony Express)
15. Call of the Playground (from 50,000 BC)
16. Chocolate (from Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)
17. X-French Tee Shirt (from Pony Express)
18. dialogue
19. About Three Dreams (from Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)
20. dialogue
21. Day Ditty (from First Love Last Rites/Funeral at the Movies & Ten Spot)

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Comments (11)

Um ok, so Shudder to Think's "Live From Home."

The reason that I like this record so much, uh, aside from the fact that it's amazing is, um, I feel like it was kind of overlooked when it actually came out and now it's like this absolute classic record. But, uh, when it was actually reviewed, when it came out, it really didn't do very...I mean it did well, but it didn't do extremely well. Rolling Stone at the time gave it like..I think 2 out of 5 stars or something like that. And then when they re-released it they said it was 5 out of 5 stars, when they did the next review. But it was just a very important record in my formidable years and, um, it's a classic pop record.

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2009 1:05 PM

Which record dum dum?

Posted by john | July 15, 2009 2:01 PM

umm...who seriously reads rollingstone?

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2009 2:45 PM

ummm, live from home is a new record you idiot

Posted by anon | July 15, 2009 3:05 PM

It isn't out yet dipshit

Posted by john | July 15, 2009 5:16 PM

best troll.

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2009 5:28 PM

Call me crazy, but I thought that the benefit of typing something rather than speaking it is that we all don't have to deal with someone saying "um" and "uh" and spitting out sentence fragments. If I want to hear you stammer like an idiot, then, uh, er, um.......I'll call you.

Posted by Anonymous | July 16, 2009 4:44 PM

i thought shudder to think fans were smart.

Posted by Anonymous | July 17, 2009 1:06 PM

too much shudder in the thinking perhaps?

Posted by john | September 1, 2009 1:47 PM

best troll.

Posted by Maracuzl | January 10, 2013 6:40 AM

i thought shudder to think fans were smart.

Posted by NelsonIngs | February 6, 2013 10:58 PM

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