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As they’ve done before with Building Nothing Out of Something and Everywhere and His Nasty Parlor Tricks, No One’s First, and You’re Next is a collection of previously issued material. Gathering eight B-sides and sundry odds and ends from the past two releases (Good News for People Who Love Bad News and We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank) this retrospective contains some gems that no Modest Mouse fan should be without. Though the songs were recorded over the span of several years, the set doesn’t sound disjointed. Instead, it offers a fascinating look at the band’s range and evolution as well as further proof of Isaac Brock’s restless songwriting brilliance. There’s the quirky pop of “Satellite Skin” and the surreal, banjo-driven “King Rat,” the woozy sing-along “Perpetual Motion Machine” from the Good News sessions with horns by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and the melodic “I’ve Got it All (Most).” The album only runs about 33 minutes yet still feels substantial.

Customer Reviews

A tad narked but......

I am so angry at the fact that I brought the singles for Satellite Skin, Autumn beds and Perpetual motion machine and here there are all in one place and for less in total than I paid for the three seperate. However, I can't stay mad at modest mouse. This may not have the oldskool feel or the new commercial weight behind it but its wroks (sort of) with Satellite skin being my fav with a real rawness that I felt has been lacking in previous albums. Good collection but it would of been nice to of known that they were all going to put together. Ho hum.

Great Album

This is the first Modest Mouse album I've listened to but I am definitely a fan now...
Its a great album that really grows on you.

Especially good songs:
The Whale Song, Satelite Skin, King Rat and Guilty Cocker Spaniels

Great Album... A Bit Confused Though

Modest Mouse come out with some legendary songs and tbh some pretty poor ones, this album has a lot of good songs of theirs on it, I think that the song 'I Got It All (Most)' is completely underated and definitly the best song on the album. Much like most Modest Mouse albums a lot of the songs grow on you, songs you may not like at first you may tend to love after 4 or 5 listens, just leaves me wondering why....


Formed: 1993 in Issaquah, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Modest Mouse were one of the most surprising commercial success stories of the new millennium -- while their music was by turns taut and elliptical, and the lyrics sometimes cryptic and introspective, the band broke through to the mainstream audience with the platinum-selling Good News for People Who Love Bad News, and they became genuine rock stars at a time when their musical peers remained cult figures. Modest Mouse were founded in 1993 by guitarist and vocalist Isaac Brock, bassist Eric Judy,...
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