Monday, March 16, 2009

Greyhouse - 1991-1997 Discography




One of the tapes i played countless times throughout the '90s was my trusty Greyhouse live on WFMU cassette. I never thought their studio recordings captured the band's live intensity, but listening to all this stuff again now, it really sounds great. These are not vinyl rips, these files are straight from the master tapes (same as the Hated collection), so the sound quality is excellent. A double CD of this material was supposed to come out back in 2005. At that time all the tracks were mastered (and leaked obviously), and apparently all the band was waiting for was the artwork. Nearly 4 years later, i'd say this is safe to post here. Shame it never came out, but it's time to let the fans hear it.

This 2 CD set collects everything the band released, besides the song Ashes from the Beneath the Wheel comp, as well as a dozen unreleased tracks (some of which were recorded in 1997), and the entire live on WFMU set. Enjoy.

Greyhouse

A Rose For Lindsay remains one of my favorite songs of the '90s.

25 comments:

  1. Awesome thanks so much! I have been waiting for this for years! Greyhouse is a fine wine.

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  2. I think both links were for disk one. It's fixed now.

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  3. Thanks for the incredible blog......
    Brings back many fond NJ high school memories..
    I could gladly spend the rest of my days listening to some greyhouse.........and especially sticks-and-stones...........
    Excellent job.......

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  4. FUCK YES!!! this has been on my wishlist forever!!! greyhouse was an incredibly underrated band, and probably 2-3 years ahead of their time. THANK YOU!

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  5. damn, Stormy this Greyhouse stuff rips!

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  6. Thanks dude, love their singles. This is awesome.

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  7. 2nd one isn't working,damn!!! I was looking forward to that.

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  8. The second disk should be working fine.

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  9. How no one has released a proper Discography for this band is beyond me. So under rated and unfortunately under looked. Stormy, you rock.

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  10. I have to say, this is fucking amazing that this is posted. I tracked down as many Greyhouse 7"s as possible back in the day but knew they had a bunch more material that was never released. Psyched to finally see this. Thank you!!!

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  11. hey there. peter from greyhouse here. thanks for posting this. now i can complete my own personal collection...

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  12. oh and that "unknown" track is called Resolve...

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  13. Peter, thanks for posting. It's a shame the official discography never happened, but i'm glad i can be of help.

    Vin

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  14. We had a song called Resolve?

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  15. I've literally been waiting for this to come out since 1992. Can't believe I actually have it now.

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  16. I found out about this band because their original bassist, Jay Hopler, is my current professor for poetry at the University of South Florida. Pretty sweet.

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  17. My husband is the drummer and we are about to have a baby. I love hearing them especially Chris, my cake:)

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  18. Hey, the links are down :(

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  19. These links are broken. Can someone fix please. These guys got their start a couple towns over from me. Dave Walters produced. Please repost!!! I only have their original 7".

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  20. This is my brother's band :). Brings back many childhood memories...love this

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