The Real Congregation :: Seven Inches Or Less!


With this episode, Marc With a C begins a trilogy of episodes featuring nothing but music from vinyl records. And, in order to work us all into it slowly, Marc is being a total size queen by starting small… meaning that this entire episode is all about those wacky fetishized donuts: seven inch records.

(And in one case, a five-inch record, too)

But since this format is usually chock full of the biggest oddities in an artists discography, it seemed like a good time to have a guest on the show, someone who was more of an innocent bystander and not as used to the stranger aspects of what lies hidden on these dusty obscurities… Marc asks his wife Nicole for her opinion on each track! Are these tracks really as interesting as Marc thinks that they are, or is this just stuff built for collector scum? Find out!

Oh, and they drink some super cheap wine throughout the episode, which is a Real Congregation first. I mean, c’mon. It’s Valentine’s Day! Plus, this edition’s “Strange Records Of The Week” must be heard to be believed…


  1. Buffy Theme :: The Breeders
  2. Son Of Three :: The Breeders
  3. (I’m Looking For) Cracks In The Pavement (live) :: Duran Duran
  4. Walk Hard (punk version) :: Dewey Cox
  5. You Can Have A Cell Phone, That’s Okay, But Not Me :: Jonathan Richman
  6. Labrador (remix)  :: Velocity Girl
  7. Hautobus :: Skinbus
  8. Kim, I Hate You :: Clay
  9. Everything Thermals :: The Thermals
  10. Good For Gone :: The Go-Go’s
  11. Stickball :: P. Vert
  12. I Love Onions :: Susan Christie
  13. Anal Satan :: The Melvins
  14. Freebaby :: Will To Power
  15. Sharp (Daytrotter version) :: Casper & The Cookies
  16. Rare Hazel Japan :: Robert Pollard
  17. The American Jean :: Helium
  18. Southern Bells :: Mother
  19. Crystal Keg People :: Menthol
  20. Bon Vivant :: La Scala
  21. People Like Us (film version) ::: Talking Heads

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