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Tools In the Dryer


Download links and information about Tools In the Dryer by Lambchop. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:26:55 minutes.

Artist: Lambchop
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:26:55
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No. Title Length
1. Nine 3:36
2. Whitey 3:07
3. Cigaretiquette 2:21
4. Miss Prissy 6:25
5. The Petrified Florist 4:44
6. Each With a Bag of Fries 3:32
7. All Over the World 3:20
8. Flowers of Memory 4:35
9. Scared Out of My Shoes 2:51
10. Style Monkeys 3:43
11. The Militant (Mark Robinson Remix) 3:38
12. Up With People (Zero 7 Reprise Remix) 4:48
13. Give Me Your Love (Doppelganger Remix) 5:17
14. Love TKO 5:26
15. Or Thousands of Prizes 4:50
16. Moody F****r 5:31
17. A Moist Towelette (Acoustic Version) [Bonus Track] 2:44
18. Alumni Lawn (Bonus Track) 4:34
19. Little Servant (Chill Pill) [Bonus Track] 3:23
20. Masters of None (Bonus Track) 3:45
21. An Open Fresca (Bonus Track) 2:31
22. A Moist Towelette (Bonus Track) 2:14



The Nashville-based Lambchop "is and has been" almost two-dozen different members with a discography that boasts something like 23 cassettes, singles, EPs, and full-lengths, as well as numerous one-off appearances on compilations, best-of collections, and the like. It's fairly safe to say, then, that Tools in the Dryer — unlike most odds-and-ends collections — isn't entirely uncalled for. In fact, for fans of the prolific band, a collection of 16 "A-sides, B-sides, live tracks, and remixes" is downright appreciated. Spanning 1987 to 2000 and compiled by member Jonathan Marx, the excellent Tools in the Dryer is a consistently enjoyable — though anything but comprehensive — collection that includes everything from the Vic Chesnutt-penned "Miss Prissy" to disorienting dance remixes and demos recorded before the band even officially formed. Newcomers to the quirky, countrified world of Lambchop should start with Nixon or How I Quit Smoking, but die-hard fans should dive right into this trip through the band's memory lane of musical miscellany.