Broadcast released their third album to critical acclaim, presenting a refined sound that pushed the psychedelic elements out of the Pram-esque noir of previous outings. The core of stripped back rhythms, synths and robotic vocals remained, brought into fuller colour with a new approach to songwriting and production.
A return to in-print and on-vinyl status for a few Sonic Youth albums. 1990’s Goo was considered to be their most accessible album to date: it does after all contain the popular tunes ‘Dirty Boots’ and ‘Kool Thing’, virtually pop hits for Sonic Youth. LP reissue on Universal / Back To Black, with a variation on that great Topshop T-shirt design as sleeve art!
Their punk rock indeed. Nothing, as I'm sure you are aware, like the punk-rock we know but this is theirs remember? The second LP from the Montreal collective consisted of four long pieces and was the first time they'd used vocals. They even put together a choir for the opening track 'Fasola' - a track which sets the tone for the exuberant spiritual post rock that would follow.
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There are no stacks.
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