$7 /$3

Make a Joyful Noise: The Cassette Recordings 1999-2002

A treat for the diehard fans, this digital box set brings the top 100 tracks from the early tape releases of the EG back catalog to light!

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$10 / $7 / $3

Love in An Escalator

The Electric Grandmother’s 7th and most sonically ambitious album to date, recorded over two years amidst the band’s move from Columbus, Ohio to Washington DC.

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Listening Party

The Electric Grandmother’s sixth album, 2010’s Listening Party, features 14 songs and clocks in at just under 25 minutes. This is the first EG album originally released by the Infinite Number of Sounds Recording Company!

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The Stenographer

The fifth EG release is the first released by a record label. The title "The Stenographer," references a selective memory that has retained countless bits of significant, as well as insignificant, instances in Pete’s life and the lives of others.

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Pee Sells…But Who’s Buying?

Adds a digital effects processor to create a batch of poppy fuzz for his release. At a whopping 32 tracks, equaling 65 min. of playing time, this is a colossal, cross-fading journey into a land that time forgot.

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Sin City Sex Mix

Dedicated to the 2003 Las Vegas wedding of Pete and Mary Alice! This is the first EG album mastered in a recording studio, and was released at EG's first live show on 6/19/04 in Cleveland, OH.

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Dickalis

The 2nd EG release of 2003 takes things to strange new depths in the form of crazy samples and tape doctoring. The album title is derived from a nonsensical insult sputtered by one of Pete’s little league teammates in the summer of 1988.

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My Imaginary Audience

The first self-released EG CD-R release following a series of home cassette recordings. Made using a 4-track recorder, instead of a cassette deck. Sitcom-Core is introduced to the public!

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