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Birth nameThurston Moore_header_cell_0_2_0 Thurston Joseph MooreThurston Moore_cell_0_2_1
Also known asThurston Moore_header_cell_0_3_0 Mirror

Fred CracklinThurston Moore_cell_0_3_1

BornThurston Moore_header_cell_0_4_0 (1958-07-25) July 25, 1958 (age 62)

Coral Gables, Florida, U.S.Thurston Moore_cell_0_4_1

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InstrumentsThurston Moore_header_cell_0_7_0 Thurston Moore_cell_0_7_1
Years activeThurston Moore_header_cell_0_8_0 1976–presentThurston Moore_cell_0_8_1
LabelsThurston Moore_header_cell_0_9_0 Thurston Moore_cell_0_9_1
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Thurston Joseph Moore (born July 25, 1958) is an American musician best known as a member of Sonic Youth. Thurston Moore_sentence_0

He has also participated in many solo and group collaborations outside Sonic Youth, as well as running the Ecstatic Peace! Thurston Moore_sentence_1

record label. Thurston Moore_sentence_2

Moore was ranked 34th in Rolling Stone's 2004 edition of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time." Thurston Moore_sentence_3

In May 2012, Spin published a staff-selected list of the top 100 rock guitarists, and ranked Moore and his Sonic Youth bandmate Lee Ranaldo together at number 1. Thurston Moore_sentence_4

In 2012, Moore started a new band Chelsea Light Moving, with their first track, "Burroughs", released as a free download. Thurston Moore_sentence_5

Chelsea Light Moving eponymous debut was released on March 5, 2013. Thurston Moore_sentence_6

Since 2015, Chelsea Light Moving has disbanded, after 1 studio album release. Thurston Moore_sentence_7

Moore and the other members of the band continue to make music under his solo project and other bands. Thurston Moore_sentence_8

Early years Thurston Moore_section_0

Moore was born July 25, 1958, at Doctors Hospital in Coral Gables, Florida, to George E. Moore and Eleanor Nann Moore, and moved with his family (including brother Frederick Eugene Moore, born 1953, and sister Susan Dorothy Moore, born 1956) in 1967 to Bethel, Connecticut. Thurston Moore_sentence_9

He attended St. Joseph's School in Danbury, followed by St. Mary's School in Bethel and attended Bethel High School from 1973–76. Thurston Moore_sentence_10

He enrolled at Western Connecticut State University in fall 1976, but left after one quarter and moved to East 13th Street between Aves A and B in New York City to join the burgeoning post-punk and no wave music scenes. Thurston Moore_sentence_11

It was there that he was able to watch shows by the likes of Patti Smith and spoken-word performances by William S. Burroughs. Thurston Moore_sentence_12

In 1980 he moved in with Kim Gordon to an apartment at 84 Eldridge St. below artist Dan Graham, eventually befriending him, sometimes using records from Graham's collection for mix tapes. Thurston Moore_sentence_13

Once in the city, Moore was briefly a member of the hardcore punk band Even Worse, featuring future The Big Takeover editor (and future Springhouse drummer) Jack Rabid. Thurston Moore_sentence_14

After exiting the band, Moore and Lee Ranaldo learned experimental guitar techniques in Glenn Branca's "guitar orchestras." Thurston Moore_sentence_15

Moore has spoken about influences on his music tastes at this time, including British bands Wire, the Pop Group, the Raincoats, the Slits, and Public Image Ltd ("I used to have these fantasies in the 70s about leaving New York and coming to London to hang out with Public Image"). Thurston Moore_sentence_16

Sonic Youth Thurston Moore_section_1

Main article: Sonic Youth Thurston Moore_sentence_17

Moore met Kim Gordon in 1980 at the final gig of The Coachmen, the band he was in with J.D. King, Daniel Walworth (replaced by Dave Keay), and Bob Pullin. Thurston Moore_sentence_18

Moore, with Gordon, Anne Demarinis and Dave Keay formed a band, appearing under names like Male Bonding, Red Milk, and the Arcadians, before settling on Moore's choice of Sonic Youth just before June 1981. Thurston Moore_sentence_19

The band played Noise Fest in June 1981 at New York's White Columns gallery, where Lee Ranaldo was playing as a member of Glenn Branca's electric guitar ensemble as well as in duo with David Linton as Avoidance Behavior. Thurston Moore_sentence_20

Moore invited Ranaldo, who he had known when The Coachmen shared a CBGB stage with Ranaldo's 1970s band The Flux, to join the band. Thurston Moore_sentence_21

The new trio played three songs at the festival later in the week without a drummer. Thurston Moore_sentence_22

Each band member took turns playing the drums, until they met drummer Richard Edson. Thurston Moore_sentence_23

The band signed to Neutral Records, then to Homestead Records, and then to SST Records. Thurston Moore_sentence_24

Moore and Ranaldo make extensive use of unusual guitar tunings, often heavily modifying their instruments to provide unusual timbres and drones. Thurston Moore_sentence_25

They are known for bringing upwards of fifty guitars to every gig, using some guitars for one song only. Thurston Moore_sentence_26

In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked Moore and Ranaldo the 33rd and 34th Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Thurston Moore_sentence_27

Thurston Moore has explained the band's decision to sign with DGC Records at a time when many were fiercely dedicated to independent record labels like SST, Dischord and Sub Pop: Thurston Moore_sentence_28

When Steve Albini accused corporate labels of ripping off artists Moore wrote in response that a band "getting butt fucked by corporate labels [must] be really stupid". Thurston Moore_sentence_29

He defended the band's decision to sign with DGC Records explaining that they knew what they were getting into and viewed it more as "buying in" than "selling out". Thurston Moore_sentence_30

While recording Goo, Moore played the Nirvana album Bleach for Masterdisk audio engineer Howie Weinberg saying that he would be very happy if the record sounded like Bleach. Thurston Moore_sentence_31

Weinberg was surprised by the request to emulate a recording as primitive as Bleach (which was recorded on a $600 budget). Thurston Moore_sentence_32

Moore has said that he "really love[s] that record", describing it as "primal" and the songwriting as "completely melodious" but also "punk". Thurston Moore_sentence_33

In 2011, Moore and his wife, Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon, separated; shortly afterward, Sonic Youth went on indefinite hiatus. Thurston Moore_sentence_34

Though his marriage was ending Moore never claimed that Sonic Youth was finished. Thurston Moore_sentence_35

Work outside Sonic Youth Thurston Moore_section_2

In addition to his work with Sonic Youth, Moore has also released albums as a solo artist. Thurston Moore_sentence_36

He and Gordon released a few songs as Mirror/Dash. Thurston Moore_sentence_37

Moore established Protest Records as an online gesture of activism but the project has since lapsed. Thurston Moore_sentence_38

Moore has collaborated with scores of musicians, including Maryanne Amacher, Lydia Lunch, DJ Spooky, William Hooker, Daniel Carter, Christian Marclay, Mike Watt, Loren Mazzacane Connors, William Winant, The Thing, Nels Cline, Cock E.S.P. Thurston Moore_sentence_39 , John Moloney, Glenn Branca, Yamantaka Eye, My Cat is an Alien., John Russell, Steve Noble, John Edwards, Haino Keiji, John Zorn, Yoko Ono, Takehisa Kosugi, and others. Thurston Moore_sentence_40

In the early 1990s, Moore formed the side band Dim Stars, with Richard Hell, Don Fleming, Steve Shelley with a guest appearance by Robert Quine. Thurston Moore_sentence_41

Moore performed solo on the side stage of the 1993 Lollapalooza tour. Thurston Moore_sentence_42

Additionally, Moore also contributed guitar work and backing vocals on "Crush with Eyeliner", which appeared on R.E.M. Thurston Moore_sentence_43 's Monster. Thurston Moore_sentence_44

He played Fred Cracklin in the Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode dedicated to Sonny Sharrock. Thurston Moore_sentence_45

In 2000 he contributed improvised guitar pieces for a collaborative project with conceptual artist/guitarist Marco Fusinato. Thurston Moore_sentence_46

Since 2004, he has recorded and performed with the noise collective To Live and Shave in L.A., the lineup of which also features Andrew W.K.. Thurston Moore_sentence_47

He recorded with the band at Sonic Youth's former studio in Manhattan, and later performed with them at the George W. Bush "anti-inaugural" Noise Against Fascism concert in Washington, D.C., which Moore curated, named in reference to Sonic Youth's 1992 song "Youth Against Fascism". Thurston Moore_sentence_48

Moore curated the "Nightmare Before Christmas" weekend of the All Tomorrow's Parties music festival in December 2006. Thurston Moore_sentence_49

On September 18, 2007, Moore's label Ecstatic Peace released a solo album titled Trees Outside The Academy. Thurston Moore_sentence_50

The album was recorded at J Mascis' studio in Amherst, Massachusetts. Thurston Moore_sentence_51

The album features Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley and violinist Samara Lubelski. Thurston Moore_sentence_52

The album also features collaborations between Mascis and Charalambides' Christina Carter, who performs a duet with Moore on the track, "Honest James." Thurston Moore_sentence_53

On September 24, 2008, Moore was working on a song with former Be Your Own Pet vocalist Jemina Pearl, a cover of the Ramones song "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker". Thurston Moore_sentence_54

The song was recorded for the teenage drama Gossip Girl and was featured in the episode "There Might Be Blood". Thurston Moore_sentence_55

Since 2008, Moore has provided narration for a variety of documentaries on the National Geographic Channel. Thurston Moore_sentence_56

His work includes Inside: Straight Edge and the Hard Time series about life in prison. Thurston Moore_sentence_57

On September 25, 2012, Moore and Kim Gordon released a collaborative album with Yoko Ono titled Yokokimthurston. Thurston Moore_sentence_58

In 2012 Moore started a new band called Chelsea Light Moving. Thurston Moore_sentence_59

Their first track, "Burroughs", was released as a free download. Thurston Moore_sentence_60

Their eponymous debut album was released on March 5, 2013. Thurston Moore_sentence_61

The release coincided with the 2013 SXSW Festival where they made numerous appearances including a free show at Mellow Johnny's bike shop. Thurston Moore_sentence_62

In July 2012 Moore had joined the black metal super group Twilight. Thurston Moore_sentence_63

On November 24, 2013, he played guitar on "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us" alongside Ron and Russell Mael in a Sparks concert at the Union Chapel, Islington, London. Thurston Moore_sentence_64

In September 2014, Moore released The Best Day, a solo album featuring Steve Shelley and My Bloody Valentine's Debbie Googe as rhythm section, and James Sedwards on guitar. Thurston Moore_sentence_65

In April 2018, Moore presented at London's Barbican Centre his work 'Galaxies', an experimental 12-string guitar ensemble. Thurston Moore_sentence_66

Among the twelve person orchestra were Deb Googe, Jonah Falco, Rachel Aggs, Joseph Coward and others. Thurston Moore_sentence_67

Work on film soundtracks Thurston Moore_section_3

In 1994, Moore teamed up with Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs, Don Fleming of Gumball, Mike Mills of R.E.M. Thurston Moore_sentence_68 , and Dave Grohl of Nirvana/Foo Fighters, to form the Backbeat Band, which recorded the soundtrack album to the movie Backbeat. Thurston Moore_sentence_69

In 1998 Moore played on the soundtrack of the film Velvet Goldmine as a member of Wylde Ratttz. Thurston Moore_sentence_70

Moore composed original music for such films as Heavy (1995), Bully (2001), and Manic (2001). Thurston Moore_sentence_71

In 2007, Moore also appeared with noise/improv group Original Silence, featuring Norwegian drummer Paal Nilssen-Love, guitarist Terrie Ex, Jim O'Rourke, saxophonist Mats Gustafsson and bassist Massimo Pupillo. Thurston Moore_sentence_72

The group released the live album The First Original Silence in 2007, on Oslo (Norway) label SmallTown Superjazz, and a second album The Second Original Silence in 2008. Thurston Moore_sentence_73

Record label and writings Thurston Moore_section_4

Moore and other Sonic Youth members published the irreverent music zine Sonic Death. Thurston Moore_sentence_74

Moore runs the record label Ecstatic Peace! Thurston Moore_sentence_75

Beginning in 1993, this label jointly released records with rock critic Byron Coley's label, Father Yod, as Ecstatic Yod Records. Thurston Moore_sentence_76

Moore reviewed new music in Arthur in a column entitled "Bull Tongue" written jointly with Byron Coley. Thurston Moore_sentence_77

Since the demise of Arthur, Bull Tongue exists as a fanzine edited by Coley and features underground music writing. Thurston Moore_sentence_78

Moore created, with Chris Habib, the website Protest Records, named for its protest against United States' invasions in the Middle East. Thurston Moore_sentence_79

Moore was the editor/overseer of the 2005 book Mix Tape: The Art of Cassette Culture. Thurston Moore_sentence_80

He published a highly influential list of collectible free jazz records in Grand Royal magazine. Thurston Moore_sentence_81

Ecstatic Peace Library is the book publishing company founded by Thurston Moore and visual book editor Eva Prinz in 2010. Thurston Moore_sentence_82

The company publishes mainly poetry, but also a collection of books about the early Norwegian black metal scene, experimental jazz from the 70s and other niche subjects. Thurston Moore_sentence_83

Teaching Thurston Moore_section_5

In 2015 Moore was appointed honorary professor at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory (RMC) in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he periodically conducts workshops and master classes. Thurston Moore_sentence_84

Personal life Thurston Moore_section_6

On June 9, 1984, Moore married Sonic Youth bassist/vocalist Kim Gordon. Thurston Moore_sentence_85

They have a daughter: Coco Hayley Gordon Moore (born July 1, 1994). Thurston Moore_sentence_86

On October 14, 2011, the couple announced that they were separating due to an extramarital affair Moore engaged in with art book editor Eva Prinz, who was also married at the time. Thurston Moore_sentence_87

Moore and Gordon divorced in 2013. Thurston Moore_sentence_88

As of 2017, Moore was residing in Stoke Newington, London, with Prinz. Thurston Moore_sentence_89

In November 2019, along with other public figures, Moore signed a letter supporting Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn describing him as "a beacon of hope in the struggle against emergent far-right nationalism, xenophobia and racism in much of the democratic world" and endorsed him in the 2019 UK general election. Thurston Moore_sentence_90

Equipment Thurston Moore_section_7

Moore uses a large selection of Fender guitars during Sonic Youth gigs, most frequently a Jazzmaster. Thurston Moore_sentence_91

His primary stage amp has been the Peavey Roadmaster paired with a Marshall cabinet. Thurston Moore_sentence_92

He has used the ProCo Rat, Big Muff, and MXR Blue Box pedals in various combinations to achieve his unique distorted and feedback-laden guitar sound. Thurston Moore_sentence_93

Moore is a key figure in the popularization and resurrection of the Fender Jazzmaster. Thurston Moore_sentence_94

In 2009, Fender introduced a Lee Ranaldo signature edition of a Sapphire Blue Transparent version featuring two Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups and a Forest Green transparent finish for Moore, equipped with a pair of Seymour Duncan Antiquity II Jazzmaster single-coil pickups. Thurston Moore_sentence_95

In 2016 Yuri Landman made a special 10-string drone guitar for Moore at the request of Premier Guitar. Thurston Moore_sentence_96

Discography Thurston Moore_section_8

Solo Thurston Moore_section_9

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As member Thurston Moore_section_10

With Sonic Youth Thurston Moore_sentence_97

Main article: Sonic Youth discography Thurston Moore_sentence_98

With Chelsea Light Moving Thurston Moore_sentence_99

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With Pvre Matrix Thurston Moore_sentence_100

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  • 2015 Burning SulfurThurston Moore_item_2_7

With Thurston Moore Group Thurston Moore_sentence_101

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  • 2019 Spirit CounselThurston Moore_item_3_8

Collaborations Thurston Moore_section_11

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  • 1990 – Barefoot in the Head – with Jim Sauter & Don Dietrich, liner notes by Thomas PynchonThurston Moore_item_4_9
  • 1993 – Shamballa – with William Hooker & Elliott SharpThurston Moore_item_4_10
  • 1995 – Klangfarbenmelodie & the Colorist Strikes Primitive – with Tom SurgalThurston Moore_item_4_11
  • 1996 – Pillow Wand – with Nels ClineThurston Moore_item_4_12
  • 1996 – Piece for Yvonne Rainer – with Yoshimi & Mark IboldThurston Moore_item_4_13
  • 1997 – MMMR – with Loren Mazzacane Connors, Jean-Marc Montera & Lee Ranaldo (Numero Zero Audio)Thurston Moore_item_4_14
  • 1998 – Foot – with Don Fleming & Jim DunbarThurston Moore_item_4_15
  • 1998 – Root – Remix ProjectThurston Moore_item_4_16
  • 1999 – The Promise – with Evan Parker & Walter PratiThurston Moore_item_4_17
  • 2000 – New York – Ystad – Thurston Moore, Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, Mats GustafssonThurston Moore_item_4_18
  • 2000 – TM/MF – Thurston Moore, Marco FusinatoThurston Moore_item_4_19
  • 2001 – Three Incredible Ideas – Thurston Moore/Walter Prati/Giancarlo SchiaffiniThurston Moore_item_4_20
  • 2012 – YokokimthurstonYoko Ono,/Thurston Moore/Kim GordonThurston Moore_item_4_21
  • 2013 – "@"John Zorn/Thurston MooreThurston Moore_item_4_22
  • 2014 – Cuts of Guilt, Cuts DeeperMerzbow/Balázs Pándi/Mats Gustafsson/Thurston MooreThurston Moore_item_4_23
  • 2014 – Live – The Thing & Thurston MooreThurston Moore_item_4_24
  • 2018 – Cuts Up Cuts Out - Merzbow/Balázs Pándi/Mats Gustafsson/Thurston MooreThurston Moore_item_4_25

Limited edition noise, experimental, drone Thurston Moore_sentence_102

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  • 2006 – Flipped Out Bride 12 (Blossoming Noise, 2006), limited edition of 500 blue marbled vinylThurston Moore_item_5_26
  • 2006 – Free/Love (Blossoming Noise, 2006), limited edition of 90 cassettesThurston Moore_item_5_27
  • 2007 – Black Weeds-White Death (Meudiademorte, 2007), limited edition of 200 cassettesThurston Moore_item_5_28
  • 2008 – Sensitive/LethalThurston Moore_item_5_29
  • 2008 – Blindfold (Destructive Industries), limited edition of 200 cassettesThurston Moore_item_5_30
  • 2008 – Built for Lovin (Lost Treasures of the Underworld), limited edition of 500 vinylThurston Moore_item_5_31
  • 2010 – Suicide Notes for Acoustic Guitar EPThurston Moore_item_5_32
  • 2010 – Schwarze Polizei with Kommissar Hjuler, Goaty Tapes, limited edition of 50 cassettesThurston Moore_item_5_33

Free improvisation Thurston Moore_sentence_103

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  • 2004 – Thurston Moore - Kapotte Muziek by Thurston Moore Korm Plastics, Kapotte Muziek)Thurston Moore_item_6_34
  • 2007 – The Roadhouse Session Vol. 1 with Chris Corsano/Paul Flaherty/Wally ShoupThurston Moore_item_6_35
  • 2008 – Untitled with Paul Flaherty, Bill NaceThurston Moore_item_6_36
  • 2011 – Les Anges Du Péché with Jean-Marc Montera, Lee RanaldoThurston Moore_item_6_37
  • 2011 – Solo Acoustic Volume Five – Part of the VDSQ (Vin Du Select Qualitite) acoustic guitar seriesThurston Moore_item_6_38
  • 2013 – @ with John ZornThurston Moore_item_6_39

Live Thurston Moore_sentence_104

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  • 1996 – Piece for Jetsun Dolma with Tom Surgal and William Winant at Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville, released by Les Disques VICTOThurston Moore_item_7_40
  • 2012 – Play Some Fucking Stooges with Mats Gustafsson on tour in 2009. Limited edition of 450 copies.Thurston Moore_item_7_41
  • 2013 – Vi Är Alla Guds Slavar with Mats Gustafsson, Cafe OTO, September 22 & 23, 2012. Limited edition of 1000 copies.Thurston Moore_item_7_42
  • 2013 – The Only Way to Go is Straight Through with Loren Connors, NYC 2012. Limited edition of 3,000 copies.Thurston Moore_item_7_43
  • 2013 – Comes Through in the Call Hold with Clark Coolidge, Anne Waldman, Harry Smith cottage at Naropa, June 30, 2012, released by Fast Speaking Music.Thurston Moore_item_7_44
  • 2013 – Last Notes with Joe McPhee, Bill Nace, Roulette NYC, May 31, 2012. Limited vinyl edition of 250 copies.Thurston Moore_item_7_45

Caught on Tape series Thurston Moore_sentence_105

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  • 2012 – Fundamental Sunshine (Antwerp-Paris-Rotterdam-Amsterdam March 20–23, 2012. Cassette)Thurston Moore_item_8_46
  • 2012 – Caught on Tape (Recorded live to cassette in Europe – March 2012. Limited edition of 133 hand numbered copies)Thurston Moore_item_8_47
  • 2013 – Acting the Maggot (recorded at the Beachland Ballroom 2012. Limited edition of 120 lps)Thurston Moore_item_8_48
  • 2013 – Fundamental Sunshine (Cassette)Thurston Moore_item_8_49
  • 2013 – Banjaxed Blues (Recorded in Baltimore, MD in December 2012 and Belfast, Northern Ireland in January 2013. Edition of 45 copies)Thurston Moore_item_8_50
  • 2013 – Irish-American Prayer (Live in Brooklyn December 2012. Limited CDr)Thurston Moore_item_8_51

With Diskaholics Anonymous Trio Thurston Moore_sentence_106

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  • 2001 – Diskaholics Anonymous Trio (Recorded at Kulturbro Ystad-Österlen, Sweden, 2000)Thurston Moore_item_9_52
  • 2006 – Weapons of Ass Destruction (Recorded live, Ystads Teater, Sweden, October 6, 2002)Thurston Moore_item_9_53
  • 2006 – Live in Japan Vol. 1 (Recorded live, Tokyo, Japan, 2002)Thurston Moore_item_9_54

With Original Silence Thurston Moore_sentence_107

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  • 2007 – The First Original Silence (Recorded live, Teatro Ariosto, Reggio Emilia, Italy, September 30, 2005 )Thurston Moore_item_10_55
  • 2008 – The Second Original Silence (Recorded live, Brancaleone, Rome, September 28, 2005 )Thurston Moore_item_10_56

With Glenn Branca Thurston Moore_sentence_108

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  • 1981 – Symphony No. 1 "Tonal Plexus" with Glenn Branca, Lee Ranaldo, Anne DeMarinisThurston Moore_item_11_57
  • 1982 – Symphony No. 2 "The Peak of the Sacred"Thurston Moore_item_11_58
  • 1983 – Symphony No. 3 "Gloria" – Music for the first 127 intervals of the harmonic seriesThurston Moore_item_11_59

With the Coachmen Thurston Moore_sentence_109

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  • 1979 – Failure to ThriveThurston Moore_item_12_60

Singles Thurston Moore_sentence_110

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  • "The Church Should Be for the Outcasts, Not a Church That Casts People Out" (7") [as Male Slut] (1995)Thurston Moore_item_13_61
  • "Sputnik", with Don Fleming on one side, Pete Kember aka Sonic Boom on the other. Gilltery vinyl (1997)Thurston Moore_item_13_62
  • "Wonderful Witches" (2007)Thurston Moore_item_13_63

Split LPs Thurston Moore_sentence_111

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  • From the Earth to the Spheres (split with My Cat Is An Alien, 2004)Thurston Moore_item_14_64
  • Thrash Sabbatical (Deathbomb Arc, 2008 four-way split 12" + 2x7" w/Men Who Can't Love, Barrabarracuda, Kevin Shields)Thurston Moore_item_14_65
  • Mature, Lonely + Out of Control/Alternative Hair Styles (Nihilist, 2008 split LP with Graham Moore)Thurston Moore_item_14_66

Guest appearances Thurston Moore_sentence_112

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  • 1992 – Do You Wanna Dance, Dim StarsThurston Moore_item_15_67
  • 1994 – Monster, R.E.M.Thurston Moore_item_15_68
  • 1997 – Legend of the Blood Yeti, XIII Ghosts & Derek BaileyThurston Moore_item_15_69
  • 1998 – Velvet Goldmine – Music from the Original Motion Picture, "T.V. Eye" with the Wylde RatttzThurston Moore_item_15_70
  • 2007 – Touch the Iceberg, Owl Xounds Exploding Galaxy)Thurston Moore_item_15_71
  • 2017 — 7/11, Moore's remix of L'homme à la caméra by Un Drame Musical Instantané (transparent vinyl)Thurston Moore_item_15_72

Music videos Thurston Moore_section_12

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  • "Ono Soul" (1995)Thurston Moore_item_16_73
  • "Circulation" (2011)Thurston Moore_item_16_74
  • "Speak To The Wild" (2014)Thurston Moore_item_16_75
  • "Smoke Of Dreams" (2017)Thurston Moore_item_16_76
  • "Aphrodite" (2017)Thurston Moore_item_16_77
  • "Cantaloupe" (2020)Thurston Moore_item_16_78

Books Thurston Moore_section_13

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  • Alabama Wildman (2000)Thurston Moore_item_17_79
  • Mix Tape: The Art of Cassette Culture (2005)Thurston Moore_item_17_80
  • Grunge (with Michael Lavine, 2009)Thurston Moore_item_17_81
  • Punk House: Interiors in Anarchy (with Abby Banks, Timothy Findlen, 2007)Thurston Moore_item_17_82
  • No Wave: Post-Punk. Underground. New York. 1976–1980. (with Byron Coley, 2008)Thurston Moore_item_17_83
  • James Hamilton: You Should Have Heard Just What I Seen (with James Hamilton, 2010)Thurston Moore_item_17_84
  • Lion: Only Noise (And Poems) (2011)Thurston Moore_item_17_85


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