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R. Stevie Moore - Contact Risk mp3 track

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Performer: R. Stevie Moore
Title: Contact Risk
Country: US
Released: 1993
Style: Alternative Rock, Experimental
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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Your Dancing Ears 5:40
Under The Light 5:11
I Could Be Your Lover A 1:00
Elation Damnation 3:23
The Clinch 2:30
Sponge Bath 1:00
Can't Afford No Food 2:01
Times Have Changed 4:44
Ill (Worst) 2:46
You Love Me, Do Something 4:53
I Could Be Your Lover B 0:56
Pledge Your Money 3:37
You Can't Write A Song 4:16
Oil 8:27
It's What You Do (It's Not What You Are) 4:23
Alecia 5:48
I Could Be Your Lover C 1:06
I Like To Stay Home 4:15
No Know 3:00
Hours Of Delight 1:37
Play Myself Some Music 3:44


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
888 R. Stevie Moore Contact Risk ‎(CD, Comp) Fruit Of The Tune 888 US 1993

Nashville, Tennessee. Veteran Progressive Popster, creativity unmatched! The Home Workshop Man. Content over style, always diverse never mediocre. Slays the competition. Thousands of choices. Get on it. Get over it^! Albums listed in reverse chronology.

Contact Risk hits all three and adds a few more for good measure. Like the pop songs? Contact Risk includes Moore's very best, "Play Myself Some Music," a heartbreaking ode to the restorative powers of pop that predates Nick Hornby's High Fidelity by a full decade, along with twisty gems like "Under the Light," which would fit on a Wings album, and the insistently bouncy "You Love Me, Do Something. The only problem with Contact Risk for longtime R. Stevie Moore fans is that over a quarter of these songs have appeared on previous vinyl artifacts; while having them in improved digital fidelity is nice and all, Moore has written so many brilliant songs that it would have been easy to find some more obscure gems.

Under the Light, 05:11. You Can't Write a Song, 04:19.

Contact Risk is the twelfth album released by DIY home recording pioneer and one-man band R. Stevie Moore. YOUR DANCING EARS (5:40). UNDER THE LIGHT (5:14). I COULD BE YOUR LOVER a (1:00). ELATION DAMNATION (3:23). CAN'T AFFORD NO FOOD (2:01). TIMES HAVE CHANGED (4:44). YOU LOVE ME, DO SOMETHING (4:53). I COULD BE YOUR LOVER b (:56). PLEDGE YOUR MONEY (3:37). YOU CAN'T WRITE A SONG (4:16).

It's a very important collection of Mr. Moore's decades of outre-musique. Warped homemade pop genius at its best. 1993's Contact Risk has the distinction of being R Stevie's premier US CD compilation, containing such future faves as "Play Myself Some Music" and "Alecia. Ooooh, this is a damn stunning piece of plastic.

R. Stevie Moore - Ill - Worst 02:40. R. Stevie Moore - I Could Be Your Lover (Pt. 2) 00:55. 1) 00:56. Stevie Moore - Sponge Bath 01:01. Stevie Moore - Oil 08:24. Stevie Moore - No Know 03:00. Stevie Moore - Pledge Your Money 03:35. Stevie Moore - Can't Afford No Food 01:56. Stevie Moore - The Clinch 02:27. Stevie Moore - Your Dancing Ears 05:37. Stevie Moore - Times Have Changed 04:43. Stevie Moore - I Like To Stay Home 04:15.

Robert Steven Moore (born January 18, 1952), also known as R. Stevie Moore or RSM, is an American t, singer, and songwriter who pioneered lo-fi/DIY music. Often called the "godfather of home recording", he is one of the most recognized artists of the cassette underground, and his influence is particularly felt in the bedroom and hypnagogic pop artists of the post-millennium.