Thought I'd share this fairly vintage compilation featuring ten bygone artists from a little town I paid a nice visit to last week. True, there's not a trace of Fugazi, Shudder to Think, or even Bad Brains to be found on Echos From the Nations Capital, however in their place we're treated to fine tuneage from such less oft heard '90s D.C. scenesters as the power poppin' High Back Chairs, indie demi-gods Tsunami, and a pair of my favorites, Trusty and Edsel, the latter of which I've dedicated some considerable space on these pages to. Lungfish check in with one of their best post-hardcore, slow-burners "Abe Lincoln," Liquor Bike offer the righteously heavy sludge rawker "Plain to See," while Wingtip Sloat and Candy Machine opt for a decidedly more avant bent.
01. Trusty - Capital Hill
02. Lungfish - Abe Lincoln
03. Tsunami - Crackers
04. Derf - Duct Tape
05. Wingtip Sloat - Waxing Neurotic
06. Edsel - Derelict Fancy
07. Liquor Bike - Plain to See
08. High Back Chairs - $1.60
09. Candy Machine - From a Boat
10. Revision - Turn Back the Clock
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