The Halo Benders - God Don't Make No Junk
God Don't Make No Junk is the debut album by Halo Benders, originally released by K Records in 1994.
This initial collaboration between Calvin Johnson of Beat Happening and Doug Martsch of Built to Spill was recorded at Dub Narcotic Studio in Olympia, WA in 1993, just prior to the release of the debut Built to Spill album Ultimate Alternative Wavers. Also, featuring contributions from Steve Fisk (Pell Mell) on keyboards, Ralf Youtz (Built To Spill) on drums, Wayne Flowers (Treepeople) on bass/drums, it is the combination and contrast of Johnson and Martsch's voices - at times sounding like they are singing two completely different songs in unison - that was the happy accident that proved to be the combos winning charm.
It is a record of seamless contrasts, where controlled chaos meets the delicatest twang, and this tender originality matched with off-kilter genius that makes God Don't Make No Junk a high point in both artists' prolific output (not to mention a highlight of the decade's vast indie rock canon), and an album that sounds as fresh now as it did the day it was released.
Don't Touch My Bikini
Will Work for Food
Sit on It
On a Tip
I Can't Believe It's True
Big Rock Candy Mountain
- US import
- White-shell cassette housed in clear clamshell case with 6-panel J-card
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Beat Happening - We Are Beat Happening 7LP boxset
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Dub Narcotic Sound System - Bone Dry 12" EP
Dub Narcotic Sound System - Boot Party LP
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Calvin Johnson - A Wonderful Beast LP | CD
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