Real Nighttime [Deluxe Edition] ()


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While Game Theory had released three EPs between 1982 and 1984, their first full-length album, Real Nighttime, was where the band truly found their voice on vinyl. With Mitch Easter on board as producer, the band was finally working with a sympathetic craftsman who knew how to make the most of the band's sound, and Scott Miller was maturing into one of the finest and most distinctive pop songwriters in America. While Game Theory's most obvious influence was certainly Big Star (the album even features a cover of "You Can't ...

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  1. Here Comes Everybody
  2. 24
  3. Waltz the Halls Always
  4. I Mean It This Time
  5. Friend of the Family
  6. If and When It Falls Apart
  7. Curse of the Frontier Land
  8. Rayon Drive
  9. She'll Be a Verb
  10. Real Nighttime
  11. You Can't Have Me
  12. I Turned Her Away
  13. Girl w/a Guitar
  14. Any Other Hand
  15. Faithless
  16. Baker Street
  17. The Red Baron
  18. If and When It Falls Apart
  19. Beach State Rocking
  20. She'll Be a Verb
  21. Curse of the Frontier Land
  22. Metal and Glass Exact
  23. Girl w/a Guitar
  24. I Turned Her Away
  25. Lily of the Valley
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