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Pavement - Wow Out

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Pavement - Wow Out As a second installment of Matador's pre-order program (dubbed "Buy Early, Get Now"), we steam full speed ahead with three fan-pandering Pavement gems: a super rare live show, poster, and a very limited 7".

'Wow Out' is simple. When a customer pre-orders "Wowee Zowee: Sordid Sentinels Edition" from a participating store, they will receive information and a unique code via email to download an entire live Pavement show. On November 7th, customers will receive a super limited 7" with previously unreleased versions of "Blackout" and "Extradition" and a ridiculously awesome poster along with their super enhanced edition of Pavement's classic oeuvre.

The download will be available to the customer within days of purchase and the 7" will ship with the customer's copy of "Wowee Zowee: Sordid Sentinels Edition".

We'll have a complete list of participating stores very, very soon. Until then, if you have any questions, or if you're a retailer and you'd like to take part, please write us at buyearlygetnow@matadorrecords.com.

And, we will probably throw in a couple more surprises and let you all know way advance ticket sales and special appearances.
How do I become a Beat Your Ass Season Pass holder?

Simple. Just visit the web site of a participating retailer and Pre-order 'I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass'. A couple of days later, we will send you instructions for logging into the Beat Your Ass Season Pass area.
Having Trouble? Still have not recieved your Season Pass?

Please be careful to check your spam filter and your junk mailboxes to ensure that your season pass emails haven't been sent there, either because they contain the word 'ass' or because they have been sent in bulk. Also, don't forget that you've got to 'register' before you can 'sign in'. Thank you very much.

What You Get

  • a super rare live show
    The download is a show recorded on April 24, 1994 at The Palace in Los Angeles. The set finds the band introducing new songs that eventually made their way on to 'Wowee'. It is a superb recording and according to our exhaustive research, this show is superrare, even among the most ardent of Pavement tape traders and archivists (though if you'd like to challenge this claim, please, knock yourself out)

    Pavement at The Palace on April 24, 1994:
    Box Elder
    Range Life
    Brinx Job
    Brink of the Clouds
    Unfair
    Easily Fooled
    Best Friend's Arm
    She Believes
    Silent Kid
    Black Out
    Summer Babe
    Elevate Me Later
    Heckler Spray
    In the Mouth a Desert
    Fight This Generation
    Debris Slide

    encore:
    Two States
    Stop Breathing
  • poster
    Remember in the last page of every MAD magazine they had a 'mad fold-in'? Same idea here only it's a 22" x 28" poster with original artwork by Steve Keene. All posters will be folded to ensure easy shipping.
  • very limited 7"
    To make sure we're not becoming too digital, lucky customers will also get a "Wow Out"-only 7" with never before released versions of "Black Out" (a-side) and "Extradition" (b-side). According to Stephen, this version of "Black Out" (which is not the album recording) was recorded around the time 'Crooked Rain' came out. It was originally intended for a compilation curated by Thurston Moore, but that never materialized. Matador's vault plunderers found it on a reel of final mixes from the Random Falls sessions in NYC from early 1994. "Extradition" is a version with different vocals and a slightly different mix from the album version.


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