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  1. An unrecognized mother of invention, R. Stevie Moore's music met with initial praise from the Paris punk label New Rose, who released several of his LPs from onwards. 'Personal Appeal' is the first album of his in recent years to do justice to his music, without .
  2. R. Stevie Moore’s first album upon moving to New Jersey & immersing himself in the burgeoning New York new wave scene, ’s 'Delicate Tension' is quite a leap from ’s 'Phonography', both in style & execution, dominated by short, punchy power pop rockers.
  3. There can't be many who possess a back catalog containing more hidden gems and scarcely-touched-upon curios than R. Stevie Moore. Dubbed "The Grandfather of DIY" by some, it's the only tag that's ever stuck for this prolific, chameleonic artist, whose cult status has grown over nearly half a century of music-making, and whose back catalog -- which numbers in the hundreds of releases -- has.
  4. In early August of this year saw the release of R. Stevie Moore - "Personal Appeal" representing a cross-sectional material from the years This compilation has released a tiny British label Care in the Community. This is the ideal position of the first contact for those who have little to say Moore's character.
  5. "This is a great list of track choices! Finally, not the hits again, but hidden gem obscurities. I dig it lots.” - R Stevie Moore "There can’t be many who possess a back catalogue containing more hidden gems and scarcely touched upon curios than R Stevie Moore. Dubbed “The Grandfather of DIY” by some, it’s the only tag that’s ever stuck for this prolific, chameleonic artist.
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  7. Listen to Personal Appeal by R. Stevie Moore on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, .
  8. New Jersey basement dweller and certified lo-fi recording pioneer R. Stevie Moore opens Personal Appeal, his 42nd (!!!) compilation album, with the tongue-in-cheek pop song "Why Can't I Write a Hit?"The half-serious slab of bedroom pop answers its own question with its manic structure, jagged recording, and Moore's flailing falsetto vocals, all pointing toward incredible and challenging.

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