Late! ‎– Pocketwatch

Label:
Simple Machines ‎– SM TOOL 3
Series:
Tool Cassette Series – SM TOOL 3
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Cassette, Album
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A1 Pokey The Little Puppy 4:15
A2 Petrol CB
Backing Vocals – Barrett Jones
4:44
A3 Friend Of A Friend 3:06
A4 Throwing Needles 3:21
A5 Just Another Story About Skeeter Thompson 2:06
B1 Color Pictures Of A Marigold 3:13
B2 Hell's Garden 3:18
B3 Winnebago 4:11
B4 Bruce 3:52
B5 Milk 2:35

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Side A and the first song on side B recorded December 23, 1990 at Upland Studios Arlington, VA
Side B (minus the first song) recorded July 27, 1991 at WGNS Studios Arlington, VA

"Tool 3" in the Simple Machines Tool Cassette series. Tool cassettes were hand duplicated on-order. Because of this there were a variety of Late! cassettes and covers released, including the following covers: black on yellow cover with no overlay, black on yellow cover with red overlay, red on yellow with black overlay, and red on white with no overlay.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BF028 Foo Fighters Dave Grohl Demos(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Babyface BF028 Taiwan 1995 Sell This Version
EMCD09 Foo Fighters Pocketwatch(CD, Unofficial) Not On Label (Foo Fighters) EMCD09 Taiwan 1995 Sell This Version
PD095 Foo Fighters Pocketwatch Demos (CD, Unofficial) Primadonna PD095 Italy 1995 Sell This Version

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topsyandpip56

topsyandpip56

October 28, 2017
Tremendous amount of fakes floating around. Seems very difficult to verify which are legitimate by pictures alone too, as there is much deviation between different genuine ones, let alone fakes. If you ever get to hear one, listen out for tape hiss which fades in and out between tracks.
Popelick

Popelick

February 11, 2017
edited 10 months ago
I ordered a bunch of tapes from Simple Machines when I was in Highschool. None of them showed up but this one. I was kind of disappointed cause I really wanted "The Embassy Tapes" and just ordered Late out of curiosity. Upon listening I was rather confused that it had a different version of a song I'd heard on King Buzzo's album. I didn't figure out who Dave G was till "Marigold" came out on some import 12" from "In Utero" a friend bought. To me there's a charming sensation Grohl's later "arena rock" material never gave me. Albeit, this came along before Elliott Smith and such. What's worse is now I'm afraid to play it. Great loner Walkman strolls and bus ride memories though.