Margot & the Nuclear So and So's

The Bride On The Boxcar - A Decade of Margot Rarities: 2004-2014

Catalog #: JNR177    Release Date: 12/04/15

$ 55.00  

  • The Bride On The Boxcar - A Decade of Margot Rarities: 2004-2014 - Margot & the Nuclear So and So's - Joyful Noise Recordings - 1
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  • The Bride On The Boxcar - A Decade of Margot Rarities: 2004-2014 - Margot & the Nuclear So and So's - Joyful Noise Recordings - 4

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BOX SET DETAILS
Celebrating the 10-year anniversary of our friends Margot & the Nuclear So and So's.

This box set features unreleased album tracks, bedroom recordings, and alternate versions of classic songs - packaged inside an elaborately bound book, featuring extensive artwork and photos throughout the band's history. Each of the five LPs/CDs mirror one the band's studio albums (The Dust of Retreat [2006], Animal! / Not Animal [2008], Buzzard [2010], Rot Gut, Domestic [2012], and Sling Shot To Heaven [2014]).
LP Box Set Details:
The LP edition (SOLD OUT) was a one-time pressing of 1000 hand-numbered copies. The first 300 copies were pressed on marbled vinyl, with the following colors:
- baby blue & grimace purple
- easter yellow & gold
- silver & baby pink
- cyan & easter yellow
- kelly green & baby blue
DESCRIPTION
"I see these 5 Margot records as one story. A weirdo who was (is) obsessed with songwriting, trying to get through his 20’s. I’m 31 now and I’m onto a new, different kind of record. But those Margot records are my 20’s. The boxset feels like an audio version of the zillion notebooks I’ve written those records in. Some of the ideas are relatively fully formed, some are just little germs. You can see the different, perhaps better, ways each album could’ve come together. Maybe it takes away a little bit from the magic, but I was always one to watch the special features on laserdiscs. Mostly though, I hope it’s the ultimate thank you to that small army of kids whose zealous love for this band have kept it going. That’s not just bullshit fan fluffury. I meet these kids, and they’re 20 and shit. These lil’ fuckers were 10 when that first record came out. Geez Louise.
Anyhow, it’s a beautifully put together summation of one era of my life. I’m very grateful for all the people who shared it with me and who helped tell its story so lovingly in this set. Man oh man."
- Richard Edwards
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