Time to Go: The Southern Psychedelic Moment 1981-1986

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Time To Go - The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86
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Compilation album by
Label Flying Nun Records

Time To Go - The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86 is a compilation album released in 2012 by recording label Flying Nun Records, [1] compiled and curated by Bruce Russell. [2]

Track listing

  1. The Pin Group - Jim - 05:08
  2. The Clean - In The Back - 01:56
  3. Playthings - Sit Down - 02:15
  4. The Gordons - I Just Can't Stop - 02:35
  5. The Builders - Russian Rug - 06:49
  6. Victor Dimisich Band - It's Cold Outside - 04:24
  7. Tall Dwarfs - Clover - 02:08
  8. The Chills - Flamethrower - 03:15
  9. 25 Cents - Don't Deceive Me - 02:34
  10. The Stones - Down And Around - 05:14
  11. The Great Unwashed - Obscurity Blues - 03:06
  12. Sneaky Feelings - Not To Take Sides - 04:49
  13. Scorched Earth Policy - Since The Accident - 03:22
  14. The Shallows - Trial By Separation - 04:27
  15. Look Blue Go Purple - As Does The Sun - 03:12
  16. The Puddle - Junk - 03:07
  17. Max Block - Psychic Discharge - 01:22
  18. Wreck Small Speakers On Expensive Stereos - Rain - 02:17
  19. The DoubleHappys - Some Fantasy - 04:35
  20. The Rip - Wrecked Wee Hymn - 05:27

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  1. Discogs.com
  2. "FN514 Various - Time To Go - The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86 (2012)". Flying Nun. Retrieved 28 September 2021.