Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

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It's been almost a decade since Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin released their first full length album and started an illustrious indie pop career, which to us warrants a celebration.

In Soundsupply terms, that means we're going to Drop their 5 amazing records released on Polyvinyl Records to your iPod, turntable, CD player or other audio weapon of choice for a price as ridiculous and charming as this band's name.

The Breakdown Artists represented in this bundle take home about 70% of your purchase!
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All 5 full length albums on your choice of Digital, Vinyl or CD
All options include instant MP3 & FLAC downloads
US shipping: Media mail (Vinyl +$6 / CD +$4)
International shipping available!
Broom
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"Happily for the Missouri band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, it's still riding a wave of phase-one support that's allowed the winning debut album Broom to go from self-released Internet buzz-object to properly distributed album. Filled with ambitious lo-fi pop, Broom drags '60s jangle and hooks down the same twisty path followed by Pavement and the friendlier Elephant 6 acts.”
– The A.V. Club

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  • 1. Pangea
  • 2. I Am Warm and Powerful
  • 3. What'll We Do
  • 4. Travel Song
  • 5. Oregon Girl
  • 6. House Fire
  • 7. YR Broom
  • 8. Anna Lee
  • 9. Anne Elephant
  • 10. Gwyneth
Pershing
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"This Missouri band's music is so plainly likable that they should consider running for public office -- even the off-putting name wouldn't deter any voters who appreciate the shy prettiness of the Shins and the sweeter, least brash moments of the New Pornographers. In fact, you might easily mistake the tuneful melancholy of "Think I Wanna Die" for the latter and the foggy, low-key "Glue Girls" for the former, and that's fine. SSLYBY don't want to cause a ruckus; they'll sway you by thawing hearts and inspiring satisfied nods.”
– SPIN

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  • 1. Glue Girls
  • 2. Boring Fountain
  • 3. Dead Right
  • 4. The Beach Song
  • 5. Modern Mystery
  • 6. Some Constellation
  • 7. Think I Wanna Die
  • 8. You Could Write a Book
  • 9. Oceanographer
  • 10. HEERS
  • 11. Doris Tailspin (Boring Mountain)
Let It Sway
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"On first listen to their new album, Let It Sway, SSLYBY sound like they're done fucking around in the minor leagues, newly invigorated after the 2008's innocuous Pershing. "Back in the Saddle" backs up the mission-statement intent of its title, a sturdy foundation of anthemic guitars both folky and power chord-driven, support a carousel of alternate-reality radio melodies. The song actually demands to be heard, as does the the effortless "Sink/Let It Sway" and the infectious, huge "na na na" chorus on "Banned (By the Man)"."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Back in the Saddle
  • 2. Sink / Let It Sway
  • 3. Banned (By the Man)
  • 4. In Pairs
  • 5. My Terrible Personality
  • 6. Everlyn
  • 7. Stuart Gets Lost Dans Le Metro
  • 8. All Hail Dracula!
  • 9. Critical Drain
  • 10. Animalkind
  • 11. Phantomwise
  • 12. Made to Last
Fly By Wire
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"It’s a return to what SSLYBY have always done best: that is, being the greasy kids next door who write the sweetest, most shambolic love songs. In the years passed between Broom and now, they may have dabbled in more innocuous pop punk-derived indie, but it was always the more dilapidated moments on Pershing (‘Heers’) and Let It Sway (‘Stuart Gets Lost Dans Le Metro’) that resonated most resoundingly.”
– The Line of Best Fit

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  • 1. Harrison Ford
  • 2. Young Presidents
  • 3. Cover All Sides
  • 4. Lucky Young
  • 5. Ms. Dot
  • 6. Loretta
  • 7. Unearth
  • 8. Bright Leaves
  • 9. Nightwater Girlfriend
  • 10. Fly By Wire
Tape Club
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"SLYBY are an easy band to like. There’s something charmingly homespun about their brand of indie-pop, all fragile vocals and lilting melodies in the early days, and more polished, straight on pop-rock later in their career. There’s also an exuberant bashfulness to their delivery, something sly and off-the-cuff that indicates that maybe they’ve always got something up their sleeves. But aside from crafting three fine albums, they’ve been prolific songwriters over the years, and Tape Club offers a glimpse into some of their inner workings.”
– Music OMH

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  • 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
  • 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