Hayden Childs’ Record Collection: The Mendoza Line to Mercury Rev

Pardon my brevity.  I have a lot of catch-up that I’m hoping to accomplish over the next few weeks.

The Mendoza Line – I Like You When You’re Not Around (1999), We’re All In This Alone (2000), Lost In Revelry (2002), If They Knew This Was The End (2003), Fortune (2004), Full Of Light And Full Of Fire (2005), and Thirty Year Low/Final Reflections Of The Legendary Malcontent (2007).  Named for the lowest batting average one can have and still remain in the major leagues, the Mendoza Line featured several different songwriters who all shared an affinity for mopey and literate folk-based songwriters who tend to top the best-of lists for rock geeks.

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