That song is not on the compilation, but these ones are:
If you care about independent music you may have already heard about Touch and Go ending its distribution services for other indie labels such as Drag City, Emperor Jones, Estrus, Jade Tree, Suicide Squeeze, and many others. These are tough times for independent musicians and the labels that put out their music. It’s important to support these people, and you can consider your duty to step up and pay for independent music. Buy some records, people!
Glorious Noise talked briefly to Kill Rock Stars‘ Maggie Vail via email about what’s next for KRS.
GLONO: Are there other manufacturers who can give you good rates?
KRS: Yes, before we started working with Touch and Go in 2002 we had previously always manufactured our own stuff and that was fine. That said, we may get another p&d [pressing and distribution] or m&d [manufacturing and distribution] deal. We don’t know yet.