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    • If voted to win, this would be the first worldwide release on vinyl   
    • Would feature the alternate and rarer “indie” edition artwork and track list   
    • Would be pressed on 140g colored vinyl and come in deluxe packaging
    • Would be limited and individually numbered

     

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    Marvelous 3 is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1998 song "Freak of the Week." Marvelous 3 was formed by lead singer/guitarist Butch Walkerbass guitarist Jayce Fincher, and drummer Doug Mitchell (a.k.a. Mitch "Slug" McLee.) All three band members had played together previously in glam outfit SouthGang, Floyds Funk Revival and The Floyds, before reemerging as Marvelous 3 in 1997 when they released their first album, Math and Other Problems. The band's most successful album – Hey! Album – was released in fall 1998 with the lead single "Freak of the Week" reaching No. 5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 23 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The band toured with bands such as Collective SoulSR-71Dynamite Hack and Train and appeared on the WB television show Charmed. The band acrimoniously separated from label Elektra Records in spring 2001. Following a final tour, in which the band headlined the Atlanta Music Midtown festival in May 2001, they ended with a final farewell show at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park in August 2001.Butch Walker went on to become a successful solo artist, songwriter and record producer, creating hit records for Avril LavigneBowling for SoupPinkFall out BoyLit and SR-71.Marvelous 3 reunited with an advertised appearance at The Autumn Leaves benefit show on November 4, 2018 and performed a 6-song set at the end of Butch Walker's solo headlining set, after having only played together at a handful of Butch's Atlanta solo shows since 2001.

    Track Listing
    Track Sides: 
    Side A
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 You’re So Yesterday
    Track Duration: 
    3:35
    Track Title: 
    2 Freak Of The Week
    Track Duration: 
    3:13
    Track Title: 
    3 Until You See
    Track Duration: 
    4:00
    Track Title: 
    4 Let Me Go
    Track Duration: 
    3:26
    Track Title: 
    5 Every Monday
    Track Duration: 
    3:02
    Track Title: 
    6 Indie Queen
    Track Duration: 
    4:23
    Track Sides: 
    Side B
    List of tracks: 
    Track Title: 
    1 Lemonade
    Track Duration: 
    4:32
    Track Title: 
    2 #27
    Track Duration: 
    2:52
    Track Title: 
    3 Just Wanna Go Home
    Track Duration: 
    4:41
    Track Title: 
    4 Over Your Head
    Track Duration: 
    3:30
    Track Title: 
    5 Mrs. Jackson
    Track Duration: 
    3:56
    Track Title: 
    6 Fastboat
    Track Duration: 
    2:59
    Track Title: 
    7 Cold As Hell
    Track Duration: 
    3:28
Release date: 
October 8, 2020
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Artist Name: 
Marvelous 3
Album Detail: 
  • If voted to win, this would be the first worldwide release on vinyl   
  • Would feature the alternate and rarer “indie” edition artwork and track list   
  • Would be pressed on 140g colored vinyl and come in deluxe packaging
  • Would be limited and individually numbered

 

Biography

Marvelous 3 is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1998 song "Freak of the Week." Marvelous 3 was formed by lead singer/guitarist Butch Walkerbass guitarist Jayce Fincher, and drummer Doug Mitchell (a.k.a. Mitch "Slug" McLee.) All three band members had played together previously in glam outfit SouthGang, Floyds Funk Revival and The Floyds, before reemerging as Marvelous 3 in 1997 when they released their first album, Math and Other Problems. The band's most successful album – Hey! Album – was released in fall 1998 with the lead single "Freak of the Week" reaching No. 5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 23 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The band toured with bands such as Collective SoulSR-71Dynamite Hack and Train and appeared on the WB television show Charmed. The band acrimoniously separated from label Elektra Records in spring 2001. Following a final tour, in which the band headlined the Atlanta Music Midtown festival in May 2001, they ended with a final farewell show at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park in August 2001.Butch Walker went on to become a successful solo artist, songwriter and record producer, creating hit records for Avril LavigneBowling for SoupPinkFall out BoyLit and SR-71.Marvelous 3 reunited with an advertised appearance at The Autumn Leaves benefit show on November 4, 2018 and performed a 6-song set at the end of Butch Walker's solo headlining set, after having only played together at a handful of Butch's Atlanta solo shows since 2001.

Is Voting For the Next Release?: 
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Pre Order End Date: 
Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 13:00
Track Listings: 
Track Sides: 
Side A
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 You’re So Yesterday
Track Duration: 
3:35
Track Title: 
2 Freak Of The Week
Track Duration: 
3:13
Track Title: 
3 Until You See
Track Duration: 
4:00
Track Title: 
4 Let Me Go
Track Duration: 
3:26
Track Title: 
5 Every Monday
Track Duration: 
3:02
Track Title: 
6 Indie Queen
Track Duration: 
4:23
Track Sides: 
Side B
List of tracks: 
Track Title: 
1 Lemonade
Track Duration: 
4:32
Track Title: 
2 #27
Track Duration: 
2:52
Track Title: 
3 Just Wanna Go Home
Track Duration: 
4:41
Track Title: 
4 Over Your Head
Track Duration: 
3:30
Track Title: 
5 Mrs. Jackson
Track Duration: 
3:56
Track Title: 
6 Fastboat
Track Duration: 
2:59
Track Title: 
7 Cold As Hell
Track Duration: 
3:28
List of tracks: 

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  • Hey! Album
    Marvelous 3
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    Hey! Album Marvelous 3
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    Hey! Album
    Album Details
    • If voted to win, this would be the first worldwide release on vinyl   
    • Would feature the alternate and rarer “indie” edition artwork and track list   
    • Would be pressed on 140g colored vinyl and come in deluxe packaging
    • Would be limited and individually numbered

     

    Biography

    Marvelous 3 is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are best known for their 1998 song "Freak of the Week." Marvelous 3 was formed by lead singer/guitarist Butch Walkerbass guitarist Jayce Fincher, and drummer Doug Mitchell (a.k.a. Mitch "Slug" McLee.) All three band members had played together previously in glam outfit SouthGang, Floyds Funk Revival and The Floyds, before reemerging as Marvelous 3 in 1997 when they released their first album, Math and Other Problems. The band's most successful album – Hey! Album – was released in fall 1998 with the lead single "Freak of the Week" reaching No. 5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart and No. 23 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The band toured with bands such as Collective SoulSR-71Dynamite Hack and Train and appeared on the WB television show Charmed. The band acrimoniously separated from label Elektra Records in spring 2001. Following a final tour, in which the band headlined the Atlanta Music Midtown festival in May 2001, they ended with a final farewell show at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park in August 2001.Butch Walker went on to become a successful solo artist, songwriter and record producer, creating hit records for Avril LavigneBowling for SoupPinkFall out BoyLit and SR-71.Marvelous 3 reunited with an advertised appearance at The Autumn Leaves benefit show on November 4, 2018 and performed a 6-song set at the end of Butch Walker's solo headlining set, after having only played together at a handful of Butch's Atlanta solo shows since 2001.

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    Sinéad O'Connor
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    Faith And Courage Sinéad O'Connor
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    • If voted to win, this would be the first worldwide release on vinyl     
    • Would be pressed on 2-140g colored records and come in deluxe packaging with a non-LP bonus track
    • Would be limited and individually numbered

     

    Biography

    Sinéad O'Connor is an Irish singer-songwriter who rose to fame in the late 1980s with her debut album The Lion and the Cobra. O'Connor achieved worldwide success in 1990 with a new arrangement of Prince's song "Nothing Compares 2 U." O'Connor was born in Glenageary in County Dublin and was named after Sinéad de Valera, wife of Irish President Éamon de Valera and mother of the doctor presiding over the delivery, and Saint Bernadette of Lourdes. In 1979 O'Connor left her mother and went to live with her father and his new wife. At the age of 15, her shoplifting and truancy led to her being placed for eighteen months in a Magdalene Asylum, the Grianán Training Centre run by the Order of Our Lady of Charity. In some ways, she thrived there, especially in the development of her writing and music, but she also chafed under the imposed conformity. One of the volunteers at Grianán was the sister of Paul Byrne, drummer for the band In Tua Nua, who heard O'Connor singing "Evergreen" by Barbra Streisand. She recorded a song with them called "Take My Hand" but they felt that at 15, she was too young to join the band. Through an ad she placed in Hot Press in mid-1984, she met Colm Farrelly. Together they recruited a few other members and formed a band called Ton Ton Macoute. The band moved to Waterford briefly while O'Connor attended Newtown School, but she soon dropped out of school and followed them to Dublin, where their performances received positive reviews. Their sound was inspired by Farrelly's interest in world music, though most observers thought O'Connor's singing and stage presence were the band's strongest features. O'Connor's time as singer for Ton Ton Macoute brought her to the attention of the music industry, and she was eventually signed by Ensign Records. She also acquired an experienced manager, Fachtna O'Ceallaigh, former head of U2's Mother Records. Soon after she was signed, she embarked on her first major assignment, providing the vocals for the song "Heroine", which she co-wrote with U2's guitarist The Edge for the soundtrack to the film Captive. Her first album The Lion and the Cobra was "a sensation" when it was released in 1987 and it reached gold record status and earned a Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Grammy nomination. The single "Mandinka" was a big college radio hit in the United States, and "I Want Your (Hands on Me)" received both college and urban play in a remixed form that featured rapper MC Lyte. In her first US network television appearance, O'Connor sang "Mandinka" on Late Night with David Letterman in 1988.[14] The single "Troy" was also released as a single in the UK, Ireland, and the Netherlands, where it reached number 5 on the Dutch Top 40 chart. Her second album – 1990's I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got – gained considerable attention and mostly positive reviews: it was rated "second best album of the year" by the NME. She was praised for her voice and her original songs. She was also noted for her appearance: her trademark shaved head, often angry expression, and sometimes shapeless or unusual clothing.The album I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got featured Marco Pirroni and Kevin Mooney, of Adam and the Ants fame, and contained her international breakthrough hit "Nothing Compares 2 U", a song written by Prince and originally recorded and released by a side project of his, The Family.In 1990, she joined many other guests for former Pink Floyd member Roger Watersmassive performance of The Wall in Berlin. (In 1996, she would guest on Broken China, a solo album by Richard Wright of Pink Floyd.) In 1991, her take on Elton John's "Sacrifice" was acclaimed as one of the best efforts on the tribute album Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & Bernie Taupin. She toured with Lollapalooza in 1995, but dropped out when she became pregnant. In 1994, she appeared in A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshend and The Who, also known as Daltrey Sings Townshend. This was a two-night concert at Carnegie Hall produced by Roger Daltrey of The Who in celebration of his 50th birthday. A CD and a VHS video of the concert were issued in 1994, followed by a DVD in 1998. Faith and Courage was released in 2000, including the single "No Man's Woman", and featured contributions from Wyclef Jean of the Fugees and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics. If voted to win, ROG would issue Faith And Courage on vinyl for the first time.

  • Bees
    Belly
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    Bees Belly
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    Album Details
    • If voted to win, we will create a new custom B-sides collection on 2LPs, compiled by the band.
    • Would feature rare tracks making their debut on vinyl.
    • Would be pressed on 180g black vinyl, come in deluxe packaging and artwork will be designed by the band.
    • Would be limited and individually numbered based on pre-orders

     

    Biography

    Belly is an alternative rock band formed in Rhode Island in 1991. The original line up was Tanya Donelly on vocals and guitar, Fred Abong on bass, and brothers Tom and Chris Gorman on guitar and drums respectively. All four original members knew each other from high-school on Aquidneck IslandRhode Island – the Gormans and Abong coming out of the Newport hardcore scene (the Gormans having played in Verbal Assault, Abong in Vicious Circle). Donelly had previously been a member of two Boston-based indie rock bands, Throwing Muses and The Breeders. The band played their first concert on March 14, 1992 at the 3's bar in their hometown of Newport, Rhode Island. he band's debut EPSlow Dust (1992), made it to number one on the United Kingdom indie chart. Soon after, their single "Feed the Tree" made the Top 40 in the UK Singles Chart and their first album, Star (1993), hit number two on the UK Albums Chart. In the United States, the album was RIAA certified gold, largely based on the success of "Feed the Tree" on Modern Rock radio stations and MTV, where the video was featured as part of MTV's Buzz Bin videos and Alternative Nation video show for much of 1993. Two follow-up singles were released, "Gepetto" and "Slow Dog," but neither matched the initial success of "Feed the Tree." Belly was nominated for two Grammys in 1994Best New Artist and Best Alternative Music Performance for Star. The album went on to sell over 800,000 copies in the US alone. On several early '93 tour dates in the US and the UK, former Throwing Muses member Leslie Langston lent a hand on bass. In early 1993, they embarked on a 'joint headliner' tour with Radiohead. Following a short warm up tour of smaller venues in the UK also in early 1993, they embarked upon a larger tour where they were supported by the Cranberries. Just after the release of Star, bassist Fred Abong left and was replaced by Gail Greenwood. Greenwood was originally a guitar player in a Boston-area metal band before being recruited to play bass in Belly. The live sound of the band evolved to accommodate her style, with its shows featuring more electric guitar than before and less of the dreamy quality of its first album. As a result, the group's next album, King (1995), was more rock and roll-oriented. Belly appeared on the April 20, 1995 cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The band also performed "Super Connected" on the Late Show with David Letterman in June that year. It was one of the band's last major U.S television appearances. In the summer of 1995, Belly was one of the support bands in Europe for R.E.M. on their world tour, then finished out the year extensively touring the US with Catherine Wheel and Jewel as support acts. In 1996, Donelly broke up the band. After the break-up Tanya Donelly started a successful solo career and has since released several solo albums.[4] Greenwood went on to stints playing bass for L7 and for Bif Naked, while playing guitar in her own Rhode Island-based band Benny Sizzler. Tom Gorman played briefly with Buffalo Tom, then on tour in 1999 with Kristin Hersh before joining up with his brother Chris in a commercial photography business based in New York City. On February 8, 2016, the band launched an official web site announcing a limited summer reunion tour with dates in the UK, Ireland and the US. In advance of the tour, the band performed two warm-up shows in their hometown of Newport, Rhode Island on July 8 and 9,[8] the band's first live appearances since 1995.[9] Two new songs, Human Child and Army of Clay were debuted on the tour that followed. Belly announced in July 2017 that they had begun recording a third album, to be titled Dove. On October 5, 2017, the band started a PledgeMusic campaign for the album, and the album was released on May 4, 2018. On October 26, 2017 the band released their cover of Hushabye Mountain as an exclusive download on Pledgemusic- their first new recording in over 20 years.