Hey, Kids of the 90s: The Watchmen Have a Re-Release for You

The Watchmen were probably the biggest Winnipeg-based band of the 90s Alt Nation era, scoring with a number of records and singles across the country.  Twenty years ago, they released In the Trees, which means this is a good time to offer a special re-release.  Scroll down for the tracklisting of a two-disc set that’s coming September 16.

There’s also a book on the band coming from Toronto author Vanessa Azzoli entitled Uncovered: The Story of the Watchmen.  It’ll be available in September through Eternal Cavalier Press.

Disc One

1. 34 Dead St.

2. Boneyard Tree

3. Lusitana

4. Wiser

5. Calm

6. All Uncovered

7. In My Mind

8. Laugher

9. The South

10. Born Afire

11. Vovo Diva

12. Middle East

13. Nothing (Demo Outtake)

14. Take My Fever (Demo Outtake)

15. Hurting Place (Demo Outtake)

16. Dragon (Demo Outtake)

17. In The Trees (Demo Outtake)

 

Disc Two

 1. 34 Dead Street (Demo)

2. Boneyard Tree (Demo)

3. Lusitana (Demo)

4. Wiser (Demo)

5. Calm (Demo)

6. All Uncovered (Demo)

7. In My Mind (Demo)

8. Laugher (Demo)

9. The South (Demo)

10. Born Afire (Demo)

11. Vovo Diva (Demo)

12. Middle East (Demo)

13. Lusitana (Live)

14. All Uncovered (Live)

15. Boneyard Tree (Live)

16. Middle East (Live)

17. In My Mind (Acoustic)

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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