The first part of the epic Thank Your Parents triptych of Brooklyn’s finest band, Oneida. Preteen Weaponry is a long jam in three parts that goes deep into the heart of the band’s magic formula: Kid Millions’ infinitely engaging drums circle around the organs and guitars at the heart of this densely-built beast. CD on Jagjaguwar.
Slint’s chronology is weird. Tweez, their first LP, was actually recorded after the music that would make up their final release, 1994’s untitled EP. As such it’s up for debate whether this record counts as the band’s first statement, but what’s beyond dispute is that this sure set the group up well for the seminal Spiderland that followed two years later. Originally issued in 1989, Tweez has now been re-pressed via Touch & Go. Honk if you're post-hardcoreny.
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