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The Afghan Whigs - Compilations

Where the Hell are the Good Scissors?

Man-Cub MANCUB001, released 1988

Contains the Afghan Whigs song "King of Millville"

The Where the Hell are the Good Scissors? compilation featured a bunch of Cincinnati area bands.  It was the only ever appearance of the track, "King of Millville."  This comp got a lot easier to find once online auctions entered the picture.  It was limited to 1000 copies, all on red vinyl, and came with a comic book (see images).

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Comic Book

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The Lost Weekend

Blast First BFFP93, released 1993

Contains the Afghan Whigs songs "I Keep Coming Back" and "Fountain and Fairfax"

This compilation was given away to attendees of the Whigs' "Lost Weekend" shows in London September 10-11, 1993.  It does not have exclusive tracks, but it is an interesting collector's piece, so I am including it.  There's also a great God Machine track on here.  All copies were on black vinyl.  Limited to 3000 copies.

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The King and I 10"

Blueyedog VTDOG11, released 1994

Contains the Afghan Whigs song "What Jail is Like (acoustic version)"

This was an odd British compilation.  I am including it because of the exclusive version of "What Jail is Like."  It is also often referred to as "The Human Ear is Now Employed to 'Mix' the Music," mainly because that is what is on the sleeve's spine.  Black vinyl.

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