Limited five black and white colored vinyl LP set. Includes book and digital download. Peter Laughner was a singer/songwriter from Cleveland like no other. Before his untimely death in 1977, he played in numerous bands, most notably Rocket From The Tombs and Pere Ubu, and also as a solo performer. He wrote for a variety of weekly newspapers and Creem, where he was a contemporary of Lester Bangs. He famously told Jane Scott of the Cleveland Plain Dealer that he wanted to do for Cleveland what "... Brian Wilson did for California and Lou Reed did for New York." In many ways, Peter did in fact put the Cleveland underground on the map.
1.1 Hesitation Blues 1.2 The Sidewalks of New York 1.3 Willin' 1.4 Solomon's Mines 1.5 Please Mrs. Henry 1.6 Mean Ol' Frisco 1.7 Drunkard's Lament 1.8 T for Texas 1.9 Good Time Music 1.10 Love Minus Zero (No Limit) 1.11 I'm Waiting for the Man 1.12 Eyes Eyes 1.13 The Eyes of a New York Woman 1.14 It's Saturday Night (Dance the Night Away) 1.15 These Days 1.16 Fat City Jive 1.17 That's the Story of My Life 2.1 Rock ; Roll 2.2 One of the Boys 2.3 All Along the Watchtower 2.4 Heroin 2.5 I'm So Fucked Up 2.6 White Light White Heat / Call the Ambulances 3.1 Cinderella Backstreet 3.2 Down at the Bar 3.3 Baudelaire 3.4 32-20 Blues 3.5 Rain on the City 3.6 I Must Have Been Out of My Mind 3.7 Pledging My Time 3.8 (My Sister Sold Her Heart to) the Junk Man 3.9 First Taste of Heartache 3.10 Sylvia Plath 3.11 Lullaby 4.1 What Goes on 4.2 Ain't It Fun 4.3 Amphetamine 4.4 Prove It 4.5 Dear Richard 4.6 Hideaway 4.7 It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry 4.8 Pablo Picasso 4.9 Rock It Down 5.1 See No Evil 5.2 Come on in (Whatcha' Doin' on Them Stairs?) 5.3 Everything I Say Just Goes Right Through Her Heart 5.4 The Next Room of the Dream 5.5 Do It 5.6 Slim Slow Slider 5.7 Blank Generation 5.8 Wild Horses 5.9 Isn't That So? 5.10 Me and the Devil Blues 5.11 Pale Blue Eyes 5.12 (Going to) China 5.13 Summertime Blues