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Mark Kozelek — Like Rats (2013)

 Mark Kozelek — Like Rats (2013)

Mark Kozelek — Like Rats
Born: January 24, 1967
Origin: Massillon, Ohio, USA
Genres: Singer-songwriter, folk rock, sadcore, indie rock
Instruments: Vocals, guitar, piano
Location: Atlanta, Georgia ~ San Francisco, California
Album release: February 19, 2013
Record Label: Caldo Verde
Duration:     38:47
01. I     2:13
02. Like Rats     2:26
03. Free-For-All     2:16
04. Young Girls     2:59
05. Right Back Where We Started From     2:24
06. Time Is Love     1:42
07. Silly Girl     2:08
08. Onward     2:11
09. Carpet Crawlers     4:23
10. 13     1:58
11. Green Hell     3:09
12. I Killed Mommy     1:24
13. I Got You Babe     3:18
Bonus Tracks:
14. Silly Girl - Live     2:09
15. I Killed Mommy - Live     1:42
16. Young Girls - Live     2:38
¶  All orders of Mark Kozelek:On Tour The Soundtrack (CDs), , Like Rats (CD) , Live In Melbourne (CD) purchased direct at www.caldoverderecords.com will receive:
One limited edition Mark Kozelek Live At Mao Livehouse Shanghai & Beijing (CD)**. 
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Website: http://www.markkozelek.com/
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Label: www.caldoverderecords.com
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/markkozelek#!
¶  Like Rats is 13 song covers record featuring Mark Kozelek's acoustic versions of Bad Brains, Misfits, The Decendents, Josh Turner, Ted Nugent, Sonny and Cher, and more.
Feb 12th '13 by Michael Nelson @ 1:52pm; 2013/02/12
¶  I’ve read and written a lot about Mark Kozelek (of Sun Kil Moon and Red House Painters fame) in my life, and spent a good deal more of that time listening to his music — I’m not exactly an obsessive fan of the guy, but if you and I talked in detail about my one-way relationship with Mark Kozelek over the past 20 years, you’d probably walk away thinking I was an obsessive fan. Point being: My perspective is admittedly skewed, but the important thing is, I’m making it clear upfront so that when I ask the question that will follow this disclaimer, you understand it’s a product of genuine curiosity, not disrespect. It may sound like I’m making light of Mark Kozelek’s music here, but I assure you, I am not/ would not/ could not. When people ask me to name my favorite artist of all time, Kozelek is the go-to answer. But because of all that, I’m too close to the subject to put him into any sort of appropriate context. So I’m asking this because I need the perspective of someone who is not me:
Why is Mark Kozelek releasing another album of covers?
¶  Because here I am, I’ve been with the dude since ’92, and he’s not doing this for me. I say this as a huge fan of Tiny Cities, mind you. Heck, I say this as someone who insisted on Kozelek’s cover of Genesis’s “Follow You, Follow Me” as the first-dance song at his wedding. I love Kozelek’s covers. But for some reason, I just can’t get excited about more of them. The new collection — the one we’re talking about today, Like Rats — is a little different than his other covers projects insofar as it includes songs by a batch of punk and metal bands (Dayglo Abortions, Bad Brains, Misfits, Descendents, Godflesh, Danzig), along with Koz’s old prog faves Genesis and Yes, and a handful of other weirdos (Bruno Mars, Josh Turner, Ted Nugent). And yeah, you probably didn’t think a Bruno Mars song and a Godflesh song could be reinvented so that they sound really similar to one another. But you also don’t need to hear Koz do “I Got You Babe” to know exactly how it’s gonna sound: weary, spare, bleak, full of new emotional resonance and heartbreaking darkness. And that’s a gift, man, to be able to bring that to a song. But he’s been doing this for so long now — it goes back to the Red House Painters’ second self-titled ’93 LP, with “Star Spangled Banner” and “I Am A Rock” on it, as well as the Shock Me EP that followed that album, which included two devastating versions of the Ace Frehley-penned title track — that it’s all starting to sound the same at this point. To me. It’s all starting to sound the same to me. But again, this record is not for me; Mark Kozelek is not doing this for me.
But why is he doing it? With whom is he trying to connect? What is he trying to communicate? Is he successful? Are you, potential listener, able to feel the full weight of these songs, be moved by them, crushed by them?
¶  I dunno, man. I’m come off sounding exactly like the obsessive I claimed not to be, so I’d better shut it down. In a week I’ll probably be telling you this is my favorite album of the year. Pitchfork is streaming Like Rats in its entirety right now, and you should listen to it, because it is sad and beautiful, and even if Mark Kozelek has been doing this for a while, no one else has, or is, or can.
Like Rats tracklist:
01. “I” (Bad Brains)
02. “Like Rats” (Godflesh)
03. “Free-For-All” (Ted Nugent)
04. “Young Girls” (Bruno Mars)
05. “Right Back Where We Started From” (Maxine Nightingale)
06. “Time Is Love” (Josh Turner)
07. “Silly Girl” (Descendents)
08. “Onward” (Yes)
09. “Carpet Crawlers” (Genesis)
10. “13″ (Danzig)
11. “Green Hell” (Misfits)
12. “I Killed Mommy” (Dayglo Abortions)
13. “I Got You Babe” (Sonny & Cher)
By Steve Labate Published at 12:52 PM on February 19, 2013 (Rating: 79)
¶  http://www.pastemagazine.com
By Stephen Deusner; February 19, 2013 (Rating: 6.7)
¶  http://pitchfork.com
By Ryan Bray on February 19th, 2013  (Rating: ***½)
¶  http://consequenceofsound.net
By Suvam Neupane | February 21, 2013  (Rating: 3/5 stars)
¶  http://www.dukechronicle.com
Rock 'n' Roll Singer EP (June 13, 2000)
What's Next to the Moon (January 10, 2001)
If You Want Blood (December 3, 2001)
Limited edition 2LP vinyl and rare Portuguese-only CD pressing combines "Rock 'n' Roll Singer" EP and "What's Next to the Moon."
White Christmas Live (December 17, 2001)
"Duk Koo Kim" single (September 15, 2003)
Limited edition 10" vinyl single (limited to 2,000 copies worldwide), features acoustic studio version and live version.
Little Drummer Boy Live (November 28, 2006)
White Christmas and Little Drummer Boy Live (October 2, 2007)
Limited edition 4LP vinyl box set combines his two live albums.
Nights LP (April 1, 2008)
7 Songs Belfast (July 1, 2008)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.
The Finally LP (December 9, 2008)
Find Me, Ruben Olivares: Live in Spain (April 1, 2009)
Tonight The Sky EP (January, 2009)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.
Lost Verses Live (May 12, 2009)
I'll Be There EP (October, 2010)
Live at Union Chapel & Södra Teatern (March 1, 2011)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.
Among the Leaves (May 29, 2012)
Live at Lincoln Hall (2012)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.
On Tour: A Documentary—The Soundtrack (November 13, 2012)
Live in Copenhagen (November 13, 2012)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.
Like Rats (February 19, 2013)
Live at Phoenix Public House Melbourne (February 19, 2013)
Live at Mao Livehouse Shanghai & Beijing (February 19, 2013)
Limited edition live CD, given away free with orders from Caldo Verde Records' website.


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