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Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain: LA's Desert Origins

Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain: LA's Desert Origins is a double album by Pavement released on October 26, 2004. It contains the band's second album, Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (1994) in its entirety, as well as 37 of the band's other songs from that era, 25 of which (the entire second disc) were previously unreleased. The album also contains a 62-page booklet of liner notes, which contain photographs, artwork, accounts from vocalist/guitarist Stephen Malkmus and guitarist Scott Kannberg (aka "Spiral Stairs"), and notes Malkmus wrote for Melody Maker about each of the songs on the original album. The liner notes also feature a surreal and sensationalistic "interview" between Matador's Gerard Cosloy and the fictitious "Rob Jurkface" (possibly a reference to Pavement's biographer Rob Jovanovic).

Some of the songs on the second disc ("Flux = Rad," "Kennel District", "Grounded" and "Pueblo") are early forms of songs on 1995's Wowee Zowee.

Shortly after the release of this set, a Matador employee posted corrected info regarding the recording sessions for the previously unreleased tracks on disc two. Tracks 13 through 21 were actually recorded at Gary Young's studio in Stockton (though Gary does not play on them; any drums were played by Spiral Stairs).

A further mistake is found in the track-listing on the back of the CD; Silence Kid is listed as Silence Kit. (This is a common mistake often made due to an ink splotch on the original Crooked Rain Crooked Rain artwork.) The interior artwork shows the song's name printed as Silence Kid, plus one occasion in Malkmus's own handwriting.

Track listing

Disc One: "Back to the Gold Soundz (Phantom Power Parables)"

Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain:
1. "Silence Kid" (erroneously listed as Silence Kit)
2. "Elevate Me Later"
3. "Stop Breathin'"
4. "Cut Your Hair"
5. "Newark Wilder"
6. "Unfair"
7. "Gold Soundz"
8. "5 - 4 = Unity"
9. "Range Life"
10. "Heaven Is a Truck"
11. "Hit the Plane Down"
12. "Fillmore Jive" "Cut Your Hair" single:
13. "Camera"
14. "Stare" "Range Life" single:
15. "Raft"
16. "Coolin' by Sound" "Gold Soundz" single:
17. "Kneeling Bus"
18. "Strings of Nashville"
19. "Exit Theory" Gold Soundz Austral-N.Z. French Micronesia 94 Tour EP:
20. "5 - 4 Vocal" Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain bonus 7":
21. "Jam Kids"
22. "Haunt You Down" No Alternative compilation:
23. "Unseen Power of the Picket Fence"Hey Drag City! compilation:
24. "Nail Clinic"

Disc Two: "After the Glow (Where Eagles Dare)"

Recorded in August and September 1993 at Random Falls in New York City:
1. "All My Friends" Recorded in early 1993 at Louder Than You Think in Stockton, California:
2. "Soiled Little Filly"
3. "Range Life"
4. "Stop Breathing"
5. "Ell Ess Two" (aka "Loretta's Scars II", later renamed to "Elevate Me Later")
6. "Flux = Rad"
7. "Bad Version of War"
8. "Same Way of Saying" Recorded in August and September 1993 at Random Falls in New York City:
9. "Hands Off the Bayou"
10. "Heaven is a Truck (Egg Shell)"
11. "Grounded"
12. "Kennel District" Recorded in early 1993 at Louder Than You Think in Stockton, California:
13. "Pueblo (Beach Boys)"
14. "Fucking Righteous"
15. "Colorado"
16. "Dark Ages"
17. "Flood Victim"
18. "JMC Retro"
19. "Rug Rat"
20. "Strings of Nashville (Instrumental)"
21. "Instrumental" John Peel Session (Transmitted 26th February 1994):
22. "Brink of the Clouds"
23. "Tartar Martyr"
24. "Pueblo Domain"
25. "The Sutcliffe Catering Song"

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