Tossing Seeds (Singles 89–91)

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Tossing Seeds (Singles 89–91)
Compilation album by Superchunk
Released 1991
Recorded 1989-1991
Genre Indie rock
Label Merge Records
Superchunk chronology
No Pocky for Kitty
(1991)
Tossing Seeds
(1991)
On the Mouth
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars link

Tossing Seeds (Singles 89–91) is an album by Superchunk compiling a number of their earliest 7" singles and EPs. It was released by Merge Records in 1991.

All tracks on Tossing Seeds were recorded at Duck Kee Studios, except for "Seed Toss", which was recorded at the Chicago Recording Company.

Four of the tracks on this album are covers: "Train from Kansas City", a Shangri-Las song; "Night Creatures"; and "It's So Hard to Fall in Love" and "Brand New Love", which were originally recorded by Sebadoh.

"Slack Motherfucker" was named the 19th best single of the 1990s by Spin magazine. It was later covered by fIREHOSE on the Live Totem Pole EP.

The cover art is credited to Wendy Moore (1991).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "What Do I" (1989)
  2. "My Noise" (1989)
  3. "Train from Kansas City" (1989)
  4. "Slack Motherfucker" (1990)
  5. "Night Creatures" (1990)
  6. "Garlic" (1990)
  7. "Fishing" (1991)
  8. "Cool" (1991)
  9. "The Breadman" (1991)
  10. "Cast Iron" (1991)
  11. "Seed Toss" (1991)
  12. "It's So Hard to Fall in Love" (1991)
  13. "Brand New Love" (1991)