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Performer: Hurl
Genre: Rock
Album: A Place Called Today
Released: 1996
Style: Math Rock, Experimental, Indie Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1369 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1544 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1328 mb
Rating: 4.1
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A1 Four Feet To Infinity 3:40
A2 One Man, Buck 2:57
A3 Motorola! 3:42
A4 No. 11 3:55
A5 Effie 5:31
B1 (The Advantages Of) Temporary Baldness 3:31
B2 Faceman 3:53
B3 Madison Earful 4:16
B4 Radishes 4:17
B5 Slow Learner 6:51

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Hurl
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hurl
  • Mastered At – Golden Mastering


  • Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar – Matt Jencik
  • Drums, Cymbal – Noah Leger
  • Electric Guitar – Dan Wilson , Mat Daly
  • Photography By [Live] – Scott Lightner
  • Recorded By – Bob Weston*


Includes screen printed insert.

Recorded May 1994 in Chicago.
©+℗ Hurl 1995

Catalog number "012" appears on the spine and Side A vinyl label.
Catalog number "NO. 12" appears on the back cover.
Catalog number "hrl lp 01" appears on the Side A vinyl label.

Track times not printed on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): MPG-012-A L-45867
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): GOLDEN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): MPG-012-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3G-15 Hurl A Place Called Today ‎(CD, Album) Third Gear Records 3G-15 US 1996
SUPERLP003 Hurl A Place Called Today ‎(LP, W/Lbl) Tiny Superhero SUPERLP003 UK Unknown
A Guy from Don Caballero (Matt Jencik) and a guy from Speaking Canaries (Noah Leger), and if that ain't enough to make you go out and get this record I don't know what else is. Hurl don't go down any new roads but they are damn good at what they do. More popunkish than Don Caballero and more visceral than Karl Hendricks Trio, these guys have made a record that kicks ass in heavy guitar syrup; Slint-y single string narratives and bone crunching rhythms. It's hard not to notice the homage paid to the revered Slint-temple in songs like "Effie" and "(The advantages of) temporary baldness." There are also instrumentals on here demonstrating the bands affinity for playing catchy and breezy power pop. Definitely worth the money and a place on the indie rock alter....