Volume

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Volume was a British periodical magazine that offerred companion CDs of rare or unreleased/exclusive tracks by alt-rock/indie artists, and was published between 1991 and 1997, before going out of business.

The ninth issue of the magazine, published in 1994, included a CD that boasted an early, alternate mix of that dog.'s "One Summer Night", a song from their second album, Totally Crushed Out!.

Volume #9 tracklisting

  1. "Wheels" - Mark Lanegan
  2. "Sharks Patrol These Waters" - Morphine
  3. "One Summer Night" - that dog.
  4. "Soda Jerk" - Beffalo Tom
  5. "Black Sheep Boy" - Paul Weller
  6. "Roland Navigator" - Madder Rose
  7. "Doctor's Orders" (Thurston vocal) - Sonic Youth
  8. "Gas Fish" - Wagon Christ
  9. "Emile" - Pressure Of Speech
  10. "Aqualung" - Spooky
  11. "Life's What You Make It" - The Divine Comedy
  12. "How" - The Cranberries
  13. "Her" - Thundersticks
  14. "Close your Eyes" Kristin Hersh
  15. "Whisky Priests" - Jah Wobble
  16. "New World Order" - Fun-Da-Mental
  17. "Suspend" - Rub Ultra
  18. "Daisy" - Blessed Ethel
  19. "Top Of The World" - Compulsion

See also