Marc With A C ‎– RetroLowFi: 10 Years Of Marc With A C

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1-1 Song Song 0:58
1-2 As The Bombs Fell (Demo) 1:15
1-3 Classic Country Wasn't Multitracked In '61 1:44
1-4 I Will Repossess Your Heart 1:58
1-5 We're All Gonna Die 2:03
1-6 Broken Record Player 2:17
1-7 Stuck With Me 2:27
1-8 Victoria's Girls
Drums, Bass, Producer – Joe Panton
2:31
1-9 Nerdy Girls
Producer – Chris Zabriskie
2:32
1-10 Every Single Friend
Drums – Ryan Price (3)
2:35
1-11 All My Drug Use Is Accidental
Written By – Chris Zabriskie
2:43
1-12 Fighting For Love 2:50
1-13 I Tried To Die Young 2:53
1-14 Bite Size Help 3:00
1-15 Liana 2:53
1-16 Shock Treatment 3:05
1-17 Music Geek 3:08
1-18 Why Don't Girls Like Me
Drums, Bass, Producer – Joe Panton
3:10
1-19 The Problem Is Me 3:10
1-20 Melena (Live)
Recorded By [DJ Duties] – Jessica Frick
3:09
1-21 Chicken Pox & Star Wars Guys 3:14
1-22 I Love Little Pussy 3:17
1-23 A Very Special Episode 3:23
1-24 Town In Flames 3:28
1-25 The Earth Didn't Move (You're Just Hung Over Again) 3:38
1-26 Drunk Classic Rock Fans 3:55
1-27 Chasing The Bug 5:39
2-1 Blowjob Queen 1:07
2-2 Stairway To Rudolph 1:52
2-3 Ammonia 1:33
2-4 Counting Down 2:03
2-5 Bounce Bounce Bounce
Producer – Chris Zabriskie
2:23
2-6 'Til You Come Home To Me 2:06
2-7 Anything But Plain 2:27
2-8 If I Had A Dollar
Drums – Ryan Price (3)
2:32
2-9 Terror Song
Written By – Joel Huschle
2:34
2-10 No London In Brazil
Drums, Producer – Chris Zabriskie
2:41
2-11 God Save The Queen From Navy Seals 2:48
2-12 I'm In Love With Everyone I Know (Demo) 2:50
2-13 What The Hell Were You On? 2:55
2-14 Ex-Neanderthal 2:59
2-15 Freezing In Florida
Producer – Chris Zabriskie
3:04
2-16 Jessica, I Heard You Like The Who 3:07
2-17 She Loves The B-Sides 3:08
2-18 RetroLowFi
Producer – Chris Zabriskie
3:09
2-19 Born Vintage
Written By – Chris Zabriskie
3:12
2-20 You've Got This Curse 3:13
2-21 San Diego Doorways 3:16
2-22 Happy To Be Alive 3:12
2-23 Laura, I Need Medicine
Drums – Ryan Price (3)
3:27
2-24 Amy, It's Kevin 3:33
2-25 Life's So Hard 3:42
2-26 You Do Not Exist 4:12
2-27 Satellite 6:15

Credits

Notes

1-1 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
1-2 unreleased demo version from "Pop! Pop! Pop!" (2009)
1-3 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
1-4 from "Losing Salt" (2009)
1-5 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
1-6 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
1-7 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
1-8 from "Human Slushy" (2002)
1-9 from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004)
1-10 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
1-11 from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)
1-12 from "Music from 'Sex Times Three'" (2009)
1-13 from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)
1-14 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
1-15 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
1-16 from "Shock Treatment" (2004)
1-17 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
1-18 from "Why Don't Girls Like Me? EP" (2001) and "Human Slushy" (2002)
1-19 written in 2004, originally from "Life's So Hard" (2006). This version from "What the Hell is Wrong with Marc With a C" (2006)
1-20 unreleased, recorded live on WPRK in Orlando, FL (2001)
1-21 from the We Are Heart Arts compilation "(Home)Made With Love" (2008) and "Losing Salt" (2009)
1-22 from "Share the Covers, Bitch" (2006). Based on a traditional nursery rhyme dating from 1830
1-23 written in 2000, originally appeared on "Human Slushy" (2002). This version from "What the Hell is Wrong with Marc With a C" (2006)
1-24 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
1-25 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
1-26 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
1-27 from "Hey Rape Girl, Vol. 1" (2003)
2-1 written in 2000, originally appeared on "One Planned Slip... Live!" (2003). This unreleased version is from 2008
2-2 made up in 1999, originally appeared on "One Planned Slip... Live!" (2003). This unreleased version is from 2008.
2-3 unreleased demo version from "Pop! Pop! Pop!" (2009)
2-4 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
2-5 from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004)
2-6 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
2-7 originally appeared on "If I Had a Dealer EP" (2006). This version from "Music from 'Sex Times Three'" (2009)
2-8 originally appeared on "If I Had a Dealer EP" (2006). This version from "What the Hell is Wrong with Marc With a C" (2006)
2-9 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
2-10 from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004)
2-11 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
2-12 originally from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004). This version from "Music from 'Sex Times Three'" (2009)
2-13 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
2-14 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
2-15 from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004)
2-16 from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)
2-17 from "Hey Rape Girl, Vol. 1" (2003)
2-18 from "Bubblegum Romance" (2004)
2-19 from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)
2-20 written in 2003, this version from "Losing Salt" (2009)
2-21 from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)
2-22 from "Normal Bias" (2007)
2-23 originally from "Why Don't Girls Like Me? EP" (2001) and "Human Slushy" (2002). This version from "What the Hell is Wrong with Marc With a C" (2007)
2-24 from "This World is Scary as Fuck" (2005)
2-25 from "Life's So Hard" (2006)
2-26 from "Losing Salt" (2009)
2-27 written in 2003, this version from "Linda Lovelace for President" (2008)

You're holding a collection of Marc With a C material that dates from 1999-2009. The intent here is to give you the ultimate bang for your buck, as in: if you're gonna only buy one of my albums, this could be the only one you'll need for quite some time. Plus it's much easier to have just one collection of audience favorites in print than the seven albums and countless EP's I've done.

I started performing as Marc With a C in 1999 when Steve Garron was late to a Precious show, and there are literally no recordings of those early shows. However, many of the most notable tunes from that era were eventually recorded and a few are available here, which ensures that this collection runs the gamut... even when the gamut embarrasses me.

It should be notes that while all of these recordings come equipped with inherently low fidelity, there has been a touch of remastering for the sake of continuity. Rest assured that all of the music contained herein comes from as close to the master source as possible.

But while I have your attention, I really would like to thank the following people for being a huge part of my ability to write and perform this lo-fi brand of nerdy pop for the last decade. I simply have to thank Chris Zabriskie for being my partner in crime, Ryan Price for being rock steady, everyone involved with Nerdapalooza, everyone involved with the Rich Weirdoes, WPRK for years of support, Wallflower Theatre, A Comic Shop, Jessica Frick-Commins, as well as my mom.

The biggest thanks is reserved for my wife Nicole and my daughter Julianna for being everything to me. And... thanks to you for listening, of course.

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LP version has 32 tracks
Digital version has 52 tracks
CD version has 54 tracks

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