Magnapop discography

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Magnapop discography
Magnapop posing in a black-and-white photograph in front of a striped wall.
Magnapop posing in 2010, from left to right: bassist Scott Rowe, guitarist and backing vocalist Ruthie Morris, singer Linda Hopper, and drummer Chad Williams
Releases
Studio albums 5
Live albums 1
EPs 4
Singles 6
B-sides 8
Music videos 5
Soundtracks 3
Tribute and cover albums 4
Various artist compilations 33
Radio sessions 5

The discography of Magnapop—an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia—consists of five studio albums, one live album, four extended plays, and six singles.

First forming in 1989 under the name Homemade Sister, the group is primarily composed of singer/songwriter Linda Hopper and guitarist/songwriter Ruthie Morris. The Homemade Sister line-up of the band only recorded a demo tape and the single "Rip the Wreck"/"Merry". Magnapop first achieved fame in the European festival circuit and had their biggest commercial success in the mid-1990s with the minor hits "Slowly, Slowly" and "Open the Door" from the albums Hot Boxing and Rubbing Doesn't Help, respectively.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details
1992 Magnapop
1994 Hot Boxing
  • Released: July 5, 1994
  • Label: Play It Again Sam Records/Priority Records
1996 Rubbing Doesn't Help
  • Released: May 21, 1996
  • Label: Play It Again Sam Records/Priority Records
2005 Mouthfeel
2009 Chase Park
  • Released: September 4, 2009
  • Released: The Kraft Records

Live albums[edit]

Year Album details
2005 Magnapop Live at Maxwell's 03/09/2005

Extended plays[edit]

Title Year Label
Sugarland 1992 Play It Again Sam
Kiss My Mouth 1993 Play It Again Sam
Big Bright Cherry 1994 Play It Again Sam
Fire All Your Guns at Once 1996 SideOneDummy Records

Singles[edit]

Title Year Label Album
"Rip the Wreck"/"Merry" 1990 Safety Net Records n/a, released as Homemade Sister
"Merry"/"Complicated" 1992 Caroline Magnapop
"Slowly, Slowly" 1994 Play It Again Sam Hot Boxing
"Lay It Down" 1994 Play It Again Sam Hot Boxing
"Open the Door" 1996 Play It Again Sam Rubbing Doesn't Help
"This Family" 1996 Play It Again Sam Rubbing Doesn't Help

B-sides[edit]

The following songs do not appear on a Magnapop album or a compilation featuring the band:

Name Length Composer(s) Producer Year Release
"Here It Comes" (Niceley Version) 2:40 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Niceley, TedTed Niceley 1994 "Slowly, Slowly"
"Merry" (Demo) 2:27 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Burdell, EdEd Burdell 1990 "Rip the Wreck"
"Open the Door" (Edit) 3:20 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Geza X April 15, 1996 "Open the Door"
"Re-hab" 2:37 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Geza X April 15, 1996 "Open the Door"
"Rip the Wreck" 2:45 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Burdell, EdEd Burdell 1990 "Rip the Wreck"
"Song #1" 2:21 Mackaye, IanIan Mackaye Niceley, TedTed Niceley 1994 "Slowly, Slowly"
"This Family" (Mark Freegard Remix) 3:28 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Geza X 1996 "This Family"
"True Love" 1:56 Hopper, LindaLinda Hopper and Ruthie Morris Geza X April 15, 1996 "Open the Door"

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Notes
1992 "Merry" Only broadcast in Europe
1994 "Slowly, Slowly"
1994 "Lay It Down"
1994 "Texas" Only broadcast in Australia
1996 "Open the Door" Directed by Thomas Trail and Ben Unwin, and cut in three different versions—an uncensored one that appeared on MTV, a slightly modified version on The Box, and a performance video that aired in Europe.

Soundtracks[edit]

Title Year Track(s) Notes
Mad Love – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[1] June 13, 1995 "Slowly, Slowly"[2] Film soundtrack released by Zoo Entertainment/Volcano Records on Compact Disc (catalogue number 7244511111) and cassette (31111)
Bio-Dome – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack[3] January 9, 1996[4] "Come on Inside"[5] Film soundtrack released by Priority (50552) on Compact Disc and cassette tape
Crime + Punishment in Suburbia[6] August 22, 2000 "This Family"[7] Film soundtrack released by Milan Records on Compact Disc (A73138 35909-2)

Tributes[edit]

Title Year Track(s) Notes
Here No Evil – A Tribute to The Monkees[8] 1992 "Pleasant Valley Sunday"[9] Released by DB Records/Long Play Records (catalogue number 23) on Compact Disc and cassette tape
Delicacy & Nourishment – Lyrics by Ernest Noyes Brookings Vol. 3[10] 1992 "Ear" (Demo)[11] Released by East Side Digital (80632) on Compact Disc
Outlaw Blues Volume Two – A Tribute to Bob Dylan[12] 1993 "Every Grain of Sand" Released by Imaginary Records (040) on Compact Disc
Step Right Up: The Songs of Tom Waits[13] 1995[14] "Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis"[15] Released by Manifesto Records in 1995 (41101) and Virgin Records in February 1996 (30) on Compact Disc, re-released with a slightly different track listing by Manifesto in 2004

Various artist compilations[edit]

Title Year Track(s) Notes
De Afrekening, Volume 2[16] 1992 "Merry"[17] Released by De Afrekening on Compact Disc
The Return of the Furious Swampriders[18] 1993 "Favorite Writer" Released by Strange Way Records on Compact Disc
De Afrekening, Volume 6[19] December 20, 1993 "Texas"[20] Released by De Afrekening on Compact Disc (catalogue number COL 475651-2)
Indie Top 20 – Volume 19[21] June 6, 1994[22] "Slowly, Slowly"[23] Released by Dutch East (5420) on Compact Disc and compiled by Melody Maker
De Afrekening, Volume 7[24] June 20, 1994 "Slowly, Slowly"[25] Released by De Afrekening on Compact Disc (COL 477198-2)
CMJ New Music Monthly – Volume 12[26] August 1994 "Slowly, Slowly" Released by College Music Journal on Compact Disc (CMJ-NMM012)
CMJ New Music Monthly – Volume 16[27] December 1994 "Lay It Down"[28] Released by College Music Journal on Compact Disc (CMJ-NMM016)
De Afrekening, Volume 8[29] December 1994 "Lay It Down"[30] Released by Sony Music Entertainment on Compact Disc (COL 478232-2)
Cortex[31] 1994 "Slowly, Slowly"[32] Released by Cortex on Compact Disc (CTXPROMO1) in Australia
Do Something. Alternative[33] 1994 "Slowly, Slowly"[34] Released by Sony Music Special Products (5420) on Compact Disc and released through Taco Bell
huH cd 1[35] 1994 "Lay It Down" Compact Disc (HA0101D) bundled with huH magazine, issue 1
Mouth Watering Good Music (Elixer Sampler) 1994 "Texas" Released by Priority Records (DPRO 50780) on Compact Disc
Now We Are Six[36] 1994 "Texas" Released on Compact Disc
Two-track Flexi[37] 1994 "Slowly, Slowly" Split flexi-disc bundled with Pop Culture Press, issue 31, backed by Velocity Girl's "Marzipan"
The-You-Have-No-Alternative + It's a Priority Sampler[38] 1995 "Skinburns" and "Slowly, Slowly" (Demo) Released by Priority Records (DPRO 50866) on Compact Disc
Un Printemps 95[39] March 1995 "Slowly, Slowly" Compact Disc (INROCK 001 CD PROMO) bundled with Les Inrockuptibles
Rockgarden, Vol. 2[40] 1995 "Lay It Down" Released by EVA Belgium (7243 8 32561 2) on Compact Disc in Belgium
Rolling Stone: New Voices, Volume 5[41] April 1996 "This Family"[42] Compact Disc bundled with the German edition of Rolling Stone
De Afrekening, Volume 11[43] May 27, 1996 "Come on Inside"[44] Released by Sony Music Entertainment on Compact Disc (COL 484248-2)
CMJ New Music Monthly – Volume 34[45] June 1996 "Open the Door"[46] Released by College Music Journal (CMJ-NMM034) on Compact Disc
Five Ring Circus – 29 Bands from Athens, Georgia[47] July 15, 1996 "Voice Without a Sound" Released by Flip Records (1630-2) on Compact Disc
De Afrekening, Volume 12[48] November 18, 1996 "Open the Door" Released by Sony Music Entertainment on Compact Disc (COL 486874-2)
Certain Damage – Volume 72 1996 "Come on Inside" Released by College Music Journal (ST006) on Compact Disc
Checklist File 1[49] 1996 "Come On Inside" Released by PIAS Benelux (444.0001.29) on Compact Disc in The Netherlands
The Great Summer Pop Sampler[50] 1996 "Cherry Bomb" Compact Disc bundled with Pop Culture Press, issue 39
huH cd 22[51] 1996 "Hold You Down" Compact Disc (HD0696D) bundled with huH magazine, issue 22
Music![52] 1996 "Open the Door" Released by MNW (MNWPROM 9608) on Compact Disc in Sweden
Priority Records 1996 Rock Retail Sampler 1996 "Juicy Fruit" and "Open the Door" Released by Priority Records (DPRO 30051) on Compact Disc
Radio 104 WMRQ Back to School[53] 1996 "Open the Door" Released on Compact Disc
Select Trax – Vol. 6: Alternative Brew 1996 "Open the Door" Released by Southwest Wholesale (ST006) on Compact Disc
Studio Brussel: 't Gaat Vooruit '96[54] 1996 "Come on Inside"[55] Released by Double T Music (DTM 613017-2) on Compact Disc in Belgium
Turn It Up & Pass It On – Volume 7 1996 "Open the Door" Released by AIM Marketing (TIU-9507) on Compact Disc
Pet Sounds, Vol. 1: A Benefit for ALTER[56] January 1, 1999 "Cherry Bomb"[57] Released by Vital Cog on Compact Disc (8)
The R.E.M. Collection Disc 2: Michael Stipe Presents[58] August 2005 "Favorite Writer" (live)[59] Compact Disc (UNCUT 2005 08B) bundled with Uncut and compiled by Michael Stipe
VISIONS: All Areas, Volume 64[60] August 2005 "The In-Between"[61] Compact Disc bundled with Visions, issue 64 in Germany
Strom und Gitarre Folge 1: Let's Go Away for a While[62] February 28, 2006 "We're Faded" Released on Compact Disc in Germany

Radio sessions[edit]

Title Year Song(s) Notes
John Peel Session September 2, 1993 "Garden", "Texas", "Favorite Writer", and "The Crush"[63] "Favorite Writer" and "The Crush" later broadcast on August 5, 1994
Black Session February 25, 1994 "Garden", "Chemical", "Free Mud", "Lay It Down", "Guess", "Slowly, Slowly", "Get It Right", "13", [Unknown song], "Here It Comes", "The Crush", "Complicated", "Texas", "Skinburns", "Leo", "Merry", and "Piece of Cake"[64]
Westwood One's On the Edge October 17, 1994 "Slowly, Slowly", "Lay It Down", "Piece of Cake", and "Idiot Song" Show #94‒43
Westwood One's On the Edge June 24, 1996 "Dead Letter", "Open the Door", and "My Best Friend" Show #96‒26
Westwood One's Out of Order June 29, 1996 "Open the Door", interview Show #96‒26

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