The Albums

Major albums

1. Mailbox (22 Dec 1995)
2.
Covers by Casio (13 Nov 1996)
3.
Experiments and Outtakes (18 Apr 1998)
4.
Christmas Again (24 Nov 1998)
5.
indie rock credibility (16 Feb 1999)
6. Alterna-Chick (5 Jan 2000)
7.
Rusty Spell Strums The Mnemonic Devices (11 May 2000)
8.
This Album Belongs To... (12 Aug 2000)
9.
The Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs Vol 1 (5 Apr 2001)
10.
The Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs Vol 2 (28 Jun 2002)
11.
The Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs Vol 3 (2 Aug 2002)
12.
Plagiarism (12 Oct 2002)
13.
Loud Cymbals: 18 Gospel Songs (13 Dec 2002)
14.
I Can Write These Songs, Now My Folks Are Dead (6 Mar 2003)
15.
Live Shows Vol. 1 (Dec 2000-Nov 2001): He Said It Would Never Happen (26 Jul 2003)
16.
Charles Grodin (17 Sep 2003)
17. Plagiarism 2 (29 Jun 2005)
18. Live Shows Vol. 2 (Mar 2002-Apr 2004): Why I Never Do These, Why I Sometimes Do (13 Sep 2005)
19. Part of This Was Always Here (or: Remove That Hero's Jawbone)(13 Sep 2007)
20. The Golem (24 Oct 2007)

Retrospectives

1. Age 20 to 30 (1 Dec 2005)

Love and Letters Compilation Appearances

1. Stick It Somewhere: A Love and Letters Music Rarities Compilation -- [Many Songs] (Sep 2002)
2. Love and Letters 10 -- [Many Songs] (Dec 2005)

Other Compilation Appearances

1. Verfrumdungseffekt: The Songs of Stephin Merritt -- Railroad Boy (Aug 1998)
2.
Radiant Radish: Somebody Spiked the Egg Nog -- No, Virginia; Rudolph vs. The Man; Ralphie; O Holy Night (Live); Silver Bells (Live) (Dec 2002)
3.
Radiant Radish: I Heard It Was Good -- A Tatter (Apr 2003)

Unofficial albums, bootlegs, etc.

1. Neutral Milk Hotel Lobby (1999) -- A lounge-style keyboard and bad vocals recording of most of the songs from the first two Neutral Milk Hotel albums.
2. The WUSM Interview (Jul 2000) -- The interview with Clinton Kirby broadcast on WUSM radio.
3. Live At The Map Room (22 Dec 2000) -- A recording which comes from a cam-corder tape of Rusty's firsr live show, in Memphis, Tennessee.
4. Live at The Thirsty Hippo (4 Oct 2001) -- Another cam-corder recording, of Rusty's Hattiesburg, Mississippi home town debut. Complete with guest vocalists Kim Chinquee, Pia Z. Earhardt, Paula Leffman, Kristina Lucenko, and Liza Marshall.
5. Live at the Multimedia Conference (13 Nov 2001) -- A cam-corder recording of Rusty (again at the Thirsty Hippo) playing as part of a local artists showcase. Guest vocalists were Kim Chinquee and Kristina Lucenko.
6. Live at Tal's (16 Nov 2001) -- A cam-corder recording of Rusty playing live at Tal's Emporium in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
7. Espresso Yourself, Don't Represso Yourself (18 Mar 2002) -- A portable recorder tape recording of Rusty at Espresso Yourself in Chalmette, Louisiana.
8. Live at Reedmeister's (24 May 2002) -- A cam-corder recording of Rusty at Reedmeister's in Memphis, Tennessee, featuring guest vocalist Liza Marshall, guest guitarist, drummer, and background vocalist Tommy Burton, and guest guitarist Danny McGregor.
9. Parting Thoughts (31 Jul 2002, 1 Aug 2002) -- A portable recorder tape recording of Rusty's second performance at Mughots in Hattiesburg, Mississippi combined with a cam-corder recording of a show partially taped at Ichabod's in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
10. Live at W.C. Don's (23 Dec 2004) -- A cam-corder recording of Rusty at W.C. Don's in Jackson Mississippi.

Tributes

1. Radiant Radish: Somebody Spiked the Egg Nog (Dec 2002) -- Synthetic Fibers: Silent Night; The Mnemonic Devices: Senor Santa Claus, It's Christmas Again, Xmas Blah Blah Blah


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