Welcome to the new loudfamily.com music page! Here, you'll find more album tracks, rarities that stay up longer, and eventually, it is hoped, bigger excerpts from concerts and radio broadcasts. Look for the NEW! tag to find the latest! To receive an e-mail notification when new MP3s are added, write to email@example.com with subscribe loud-news in the body.
You can buy all of the Loud Family albums at 125 Records. If you're wondering which one to buy first, it is the webmaster's opinion that Plants and Birds is the band's most straight-ahead rock album; Days For Days is the poppiest; and Interbabe Concern is the one that usually gets slapped with the "challenging" label but is, dare we say it, the true masterpiece.
Audio samples from the Loud Family's studio albums are © Alias Records and are used by permission.
Comments/questions/problems? E-mail trow @ interbridge.com
Aimee Mann and Scott Miller: "Inverness"
Scott Miller: "Vado Via" (Drupi cover)
Game Theory: "Chardonnay"
Game Theory: "The Letter" (Box Tops cover)
The Loud Family: "Re-make/Re-model" (Roxy Music cover)
NEW! Never Mind the Camera Crew, Here's the Loud Family:
This was a 1993 promotional cassette issued by Alias prior to the release of the Loud Family's first album, Plants and Birds... Below are all the tracks, the complete contents of the cassette. If you want to make your own cassette (or CD) copy, here is a high-resolution TIFF file of the cover, suitable for printing (here's a low-resolution JPG if you just want to see what it looks like).
"Spot the Wet Setup"
"Back of a Car"
"You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory" (Johnny Thunders cover)
"Jimmy Still Comes Around"
"Beauty and the Beast" (David Bowie cover)
"Take Me Down (Spo-Dee-O-Dee)"
Game Theory fan club recordings:
"Rose of Sharon"
"You Could Make It All Worthwhile"
You can listen to an entire Loud Family concert online at Nineup.com, and listen to the Loud Family's April 17, 2000 performance on WFMU at the station's web site (seek to the 60-minute mark of the three-hour broadcast to hear the LF).