Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin to Collect Odds 'n' Sods on 'Tape Club' Comp

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin to Collect Odds 'n' Sods on 'Tape Club' Comp
Springfield, MO indie outfit Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin may have only released three full-length albums since forming over a decade ago, but a new rarities compilation is about to prove that there's way more to the band's back catalogue than we may have realized.

Polyvinyl Records has announced that it will be unleashing a massive, double-disc set called Tape Club this fall, which collects a long string of B-sides, demos and unreleased tracks.

A press release says that the set will feature cuts from all over the band's career, from  "lo-fi home recordings" of their early days, to "more polished studio tracks (like those found on the Chris Walla-produced Let It Sway). We're going to guess that the glossy preview track "Yellow Missing Signs," which you can download here, falls in to the latter.

Tape Club comes out October 18 via Polyvinyl.

Tape Club

1. "The Clod and the Pebble"

2. "Let's Get Tired"

3. "What'll We Do" (demo)

4. "Song W + Song L"

5. "Sweet Owl"

6. "Spinning Sea"

7. "Tin Floor 51"

8. "Lower the Gas Prices, Howard Johnson"

9. "Go Upstairs"

10. "Bigger Than Yr Yard"

11. "Half-Awake (Deb)"

12. "Not Worth Fighting"

13. "New Day"

14. "Coming Through"

15. "Dead Right" (Wilmington demo)

16. "We Can Win Missouri"

17. "Same Speed"

18. "Cardinal Rules"

19. "Chili Cook-Off"

20. "Song 1000"

21. "Phantomwise" (demo)

22. "Back in the Saddle" (demo)

23. "Yellow Missing Signs"

24. "Letter Divine"

25. "Bended"

26. "Bastard of Rome"