Bloodshot compilation available on triple vinyl

Preorders / September 26, 2014

A new compilation from Bloodshot Records, which features “Andrew Bird, Blitzen Trapper, Superchunk, Chuck Ragan, Nicki Bluhm, Ted Leo, Ben Kweller, Chris Shiflett (of Foo Fighters), Into It. Over It., and more covering songs from Bloodshot’s 20-year history” is now available on triple vinyl at the label. The triple LP is limited to 500 copies on red vinyl.

You can see the whole tracklisting below and it’s pretty great. We’ve also got a stream of the Blitzen Trapper contribution. The records will be shipped out on or around November 18th.

Disc 1

  1. Blitzen Trapper – “To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to be High)” (Ryan Adams)
  2. Chris Shiflett & The Dead Peasants – “Look the Other Way” (Justin Townes Earle)
  3. Samantha Crain – “Cold Forgiver” (Ha Ha Tonka)
  4. Chuck Prophet – “Dirt” (Andre Williams)
  5. Hiss Golden Messenger – “Where I Fell” (Robbie Fulks)
  6. Dave Davison (of Maps & Atlases) – “Things I Didn’t Say” (Bobby Bare, Jr.)
  7. Ted Leo – “Dragging My Own Tombstone” (Waco Brothers)
  8. Into It. Over It. – “Deep Red Bells” (Neko Case)
  9. Split Single – “My Backyard” (Nora O’Connor)
  10. Limbeck – “Sound of Running” (Old 97’s)
  11. Tim Kasher – “Aspidistra” (The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir)
  12. Shakey Graves – “Happy Birthday Julie” (Wayne Hancock)
  13. Ivan & Alyosha – “My Winding Wheel” (Ryan Adams)
  14. Chuck Ragan – “Survivor Blues” (Cory Branan)
  15. The Minus 5 – “Cherokee Grove” (Mark Pickerel)
  16. Carolyn Mark – “Last to Know” (Alejandro Escovedo)
  17. Daniel Romano – “Strange Birds” (Jon Langford & The Sadies)
  18. Charlie Parr – “Manifold” (Devil in a Woodpile)
  19. The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band – “St. Nick on the Fourth in a Fervor” (Ha Ha Tonka)
  20. Possessed By Paul James – “I Came Around” (Murder By Death)

Disc 2

  1. Andrew Bird and Nora O’Connor – “I’ll Trade You Money for Wine” (Robbie Fulks)
  2. Ben Kweller – “2:00 AM” (The Meat Purveyors)
  3. Frank Turner – “The Corner” (Cory Branan)
  4. Superchunk – “Come Pick Me Up” (Ryan Adams)
  5. KOJI – “East Jefferson” (Ben Weaver)
  6. The Great Crusades – “Fake Out Jesus (Live)” (The Blacks)
  7. Mike Watt & The Missingmen – “Up to My Neck In This” (Jon Langford & The Sadies)
  8. Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers – “Oh My Sweet Carolina” (Ryan Adams)
  9. Jerry David DeCicca – “Broken Bottle” (Alejandro Escovedo)
  10. The Handsome Family – “1000 Dollar Car” (The Bottle Rockets)
  11. Warm Soda – “All Grown Up” (Gore Gore Girls)
  12. James Leg (of Black Diamond Heavies) – “Is That You in the Blue?” (Dex Romweber Duo)
  13. Two Gallants – “Truck Driver” (Scott H. Biram)
  14. Diarrhea Planet – “Dry Land” (Waco Brothers)
  15. Kevin “Shinyribs” Russell – “All the Time” (Lydia Loveless)
  16. The North Carolina Music Love Army (featuring Caitlin Cary, Chip Robinson, and Kenny Roby) – “Stick to the Plan” (Graham Parker)
  17. William Elliott Whitmore – “I Wish I Was the Moon” (Neko Case)
  18. Samuel Fogarino (of Interpol) – “Liked It a Lot” (Charlie Pickett)

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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