The Bob, a periodical that cornered the market on flexi's in the latter part of the twentieth century). The highlight here is a no-brainer - a live take of an early Teenage Fanclub single, the bittersweet (and preciously vulgar) "Everybody's Fool," from a Cleveland, OH gig. The audio isn't half bad for a flimsy piece of plastic. Following the Fannies is Viva Saturn, a spinoff of the Rain Parade featuring the frontman of those Paisley pioneers, Steven Roback. Their contribution, "Black Cloud" would be re-recorded for Viva's 1995 sophomore LP, Brightside, though I preferred their first EP and 1992's Soundmind.
01. Teenage Fanclub - Everybody's Fool (live Cleveland 2-29-92)
02. Viva Saturn - Black Cloud
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