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  • Mike Doughty - Sad Man Happy Man CD
    Item #: ATCD98
    Track List:

    1. Nectarine (part two)
    2. (I Keep On) Rising Up
    3. (You Should Be) Doubly (Gratified)
    4. Lorna Zauberberg
    5. (I Want to) Burn You (Down)
    6. Pleasure on Credit
    7. Lord Lord Help Me Just to Rock Rock On
    8. (He's Got the) Whole World (in His Hands)
    9. (When I) Box the Days (Up)
    10. Year of the Dog
    11. Diane
    12. How to Fuck a Republican
    13. Casper the Friendly Ghost
    • $9.99
  • Mike Doughty - Golden Delicious CD
    Item #: ATCD49
    Mike Doughty's new album, Golden Delicious, is a loose-limbed, freewheeling set that brings all the aspects of his singular muse together in one smart, humorous and eloquent package. Doughty's last offering, 2005's Haughty Melodic, was a sprawling, expansive set that took years to produce. On Golden Delicious, Doughty hewed close to his "dude theory" -- the idea of making a relaxed record that sounds like a bunch of dudes playing music for the pure joy of playing. It was cut with his touring band: keyboardist John Kirby, drummer Pete McNeal, and bass player Andrew "Scrap" Livingston, who moved over to guitar for the recording process. Semisonic's John Munson sat in on bass and recent GRAMMY winner Dan Wilson (Semisonic, Jewel, Dixie Chicks) returned as producer.

    1. Fort Hood
    2. I Just Want The Girl In The Blue Dress To Keep On Dancing
    3. Put It Down
    4. More Bacon Than The Pan Can Handle
    5. 27 Jennifers
    6. I Wrote A Song About Your Car
    7. I Got The Drop On You
    8. Wednesday (Contra La Puerta)
    9. Like A Luminous Girl
    10. Nectarine (Part One)
    11. Navigating By The Stars At Night
    • $13.98
  • Mike Doughty - Haughty Melodic Digital Download
    Item #: ATDD36
    Mike Doughty returns with his ATO Records debut and first full-band album since his former group, Soul Coughing, disbanded in 2000.

    Produced by Dan Wilson, Haughty Melodic features the redemption anthem "Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well," the soaring "Unsingable Name," the yearning "White Lexus," a duet with Dave Matthews on "Tremendous Brunettes," and eight other songs featuring Mike's matchless voice. After five years touring as a singer-songwriter, and three self-released CDs, "one of pop music's most audacious wordsmiths" (SF Weekly) is back in the spotlight.

    Click on the image above left for the CD track listing.

    For the transcript of the online Chat with Mike on 4/20, click here.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well
    2. Unsingable Name
    3. Madeline and Nine
    4. Busting Up A Starbucks
    5. White Lexus
    6. American Car
    7. Tremendous Brunettes
    8. I Hear The Bells
    9. Sunken-Eyed Girl
    10. Grey Ghost
    11. His Truth Is Marching On
    12. Your Misfortune

    • $9.95
  • Mike Doughty - Skittish & Rockity Roll Reissues CD
    Item #: ATCD29
    ATO Records has reissued Mike Doughty's 2000 solo acoustic LP SKITTISH and 2003 EP ROCKITY ROLL as a two-disc set with bonus tracks.

    SKITTISH was recorded in one day in 1996. But the album was shelved for four years, seemingly doomed to be another unheard masterpiece -- until Napster came along. The SKITTISH sessions had leaked online, and sensing a groundswell of enthusiasm for these stripped-down songs, Doughty pressed up a batch to sell at shows, packaged in a plain white paper sleeve with nothing but a label with a tracklist printed on it. ROCKITY ROLL followed in 2003; the low-fi EP supplements Doughty's smart acoustic songs with drum machine beats and synthesizer, all of which he played or programmed himself.

    The bonus tracks include two previously unreleased outtakes from the SKITTISH sessions ("I Failed To Use It" and "Laundrytown"); two live recordings from the 2004 Bonnaroo Music Festival ("The Only Answer" and "Move On (Bloom Like the Sunlight in My Song)"; and "Get Along," originally written and recorded for the independent film EVENHAND.

    Click on the package cover image on the above/left for the track listings.
    • $14.99
  • Mike Doughty - Skittish & Rockity Roll Reissues Digital Download
    Item #: ATDD37
    ATO Records has reissued Mike Doughty's 2000 solo acoustic LP SKITTISH and 2003 EP ROCKITY ROLL as a two-disc set with bonus tracks.

    SKITTISH was recorded in one day in 1996. But the album was shelved for four years, seemingly doomed to be another unheard masterpiece -- until Napster came along. The SKITTISH sessions had leaked online, and sensing a groundswell of enthusiasm for these stripped-down songs, Doughty pressed up a batch to sell at shows, packaged in a plain white paper sleeve with nothing but a label with a tracklist printed on it. ROCKITY ROLL followed in 2003; the low-fi EP supplements Doughty's smart acoustic songs with drum machine beats and synthesizer, all of which he played or programmed himself.

    The bonus tracks include two previously unreleased outtakes from the SKITTISH sessions ("I Failed To Use It" and "Laundrytown"); two live recordings from the 2004 Bonnaroo Music Festival ("The Only Answer" and "Move On (Bloom Like the Sunlight in My Song)"; and "Get Along," originally written and recorded for the independent film EVENHAND.

    Click on the package cover image on the above/left for the track listings.
    • $9.95