Defeat on the Hill
|"Defeat on the Hill"|
|Demo by Rivers Cuomo|
|Album||Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997|
|Released||December 12, 2011|
|Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997 track listing|
|Rivers Cuomo song chronology|
This song is part of the "Defeat on the Hill" lineage of songs
"Defeat on the Hill" is the twenty-fourth track from Alone III: The Pinkerton Years 1994-1997.
"Defeat on the Hill" is described in the recording history as an "all-trumpet sequel to "Victory on the Hill." The Catalog of Riffs lists the song as being written on January 3, 1995. Musically, it seems to expand on "I'm So Lonely", written a day earlier.
|Performer(s)||Title||Filename||Date of recording||Recording location||Length||Appeared on||Notes|
|Rivers Cuomo||Defeat on the Hill||24 Defeat on the Hill.mp3||January 3, 1995||Newington, CT||0:49||Alone III: The Pinkerton Years|
|Rivers Cuomo||Defeat on the Hill||04 Defeat On The Hill.mp3||January 3, 1995||Newington, CT||0:55||Alone IV: The Blue-Pinkerton Years||Alternate rip of 24 Defeat on the Hill.mp3|
- Rivers Cuomo – trumpet
- ↑ Cuomo, Rivers. The Pinkerton Diaries. 2011. Self-published.