"There's A Ghost" b/w "Alice"
Clambakes Vol. 1: Acoustic In-Stores East & West
Clambakes Vol. 2: Music for Kinugasa's A Page of Madness
Clambakes Vol. 3: When We Were 10 - Live at Cat's Cradle 1999
Clambakes Vol. 4: Sur La Bouche - Live in Montreal 1993
Clambakes Vol. 5: Cup of Clams - Live at Cat's Cradle 2003
Clambakes Vol. 6: One in a Row - Live in Minneapolis 1994
Clambakes Vol. 8: We'd Like to Thank the Homecoming Committee - Live at Duke 1997
Clambakes Vol. 9: Other Music From Unshowered Grumblers – Live in NYC 1990
Clambakes Vol. 10: Only in My Dreams - Live in Tokyo 2009
"Our Work Is Done" b/w "Total Eclipse"
Break the Glass (Acoustic)
"What a Time to Be Alive (Acoustic)" b/w "Erasure (Acoustic)"
What a Time to Be Alive
Child's Christmas in Wales
"Break the Glass" b/w "Mad World"
"I Got Cut" b/w "Up Against the Wall"
Cup of Sand (2017 Reissue)
Come Pick Me Up (Remastered)
Indoor Living (Remastered)
I Hate Music
"This Summer" b/w "Cruel Summer"
Here's Where the Strings Come In (Remastered)
No Pocky for Kitty (Remastered)
On the Mouth (Remastered)
Leaves in the Gutter
Cup of Sand
Art Class (Song for Yayoi Kusama)
Here's to Shutting Up
The Laughter Guns
Incidental Music: 1991 - 1995
Driveway to Driveway
The First Part
The Question Is How Fast
Tossing Seeds (Singles 89-91)
Superchunk Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Formed in 1989 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Superchunk is Mac McCaughan (guitar, vocals), Jim Wilbur (guitar, backing vocals), Jon Wurster (drums, backing vocals), and Laura Ballance (bass, backing vocals). Since releasing their first 7-inch in 1989, Superchunk has run the gamut of milestone albums: early punk rock stompers, polished mid-career masterpieces, and lush, adventurous curveballs.
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