Crooked Rain Crooked Rain: La's Desert Origins

価格: (税込)
レーベル:Matador Records
JAN:0744861061021 売上ランキング:音楽で147568位

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Disc : 1
  1. Silence Kit
  2. Elevate Me Later
  3. Stop Breathin'
  4. Cut Your Hair
  5. Newark Wilder
  6. Unfair
  7. Gold Soundz
  8. 5-4=Unity
  9. Range Life
  10. Heaven Is A truck
  11. Hit the Plane Down
  12. Filmore Jive
  13. Camera
  14. Stare
  15. Raft
  16. Coolin' By Sound
  17. Kneeling Bus
  18. Strings Of Nashville
  19. Exit Theory
  20. 5-4 Vocal
  21. Jam Kids
  22. Haunt You Down
  23. Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence
  24. Nail Clinic
Disc : 2
  1. All My Friends
  2. Soiled Little Filly
  3. Range Life
  4. Stop Breathing
  5. Ell Ess Two
  6. Flux = Rad
  7. Bad Version Of War
  8. Same Way Of Saying
  9. Hands Off The Bayou
  10. Heaven Is A Truck (Egg Shell)
  11. Grounded
  12. Kennel District
  13. Pueblo (Beach Boys)
  14. Fucking Righteous
  15. Colorado
  16. Dark Ages
  17. Flood Victim
  18. JMC Retro
  19. Rug Rat
  20. Strings Of Nashville (Instrumental)
  21. Instrumental
  22. Brink Of The Clouds
  23. Tartar Martyr
  24. Pueblo Domain
  25. The Sutcliffe Catering Song
This deluxe double disc reissue is a superbly done follow-up to the treatment afforded Pavement’s brilliant ‘92 debut Slanted & Enchanted. L.A.'s Desert Origins is a joy for fans, with the majority of the second disc previously unreleased demos and outtakes. Crooked Rain is enjoyable and has some of their best songs ("Range Life," "Gold Soundz," "Silence Kit") but it’s a strange, transitional album by a band still a little wobbly on their prog-rock feet. With this ’94 release, the stadium-ready lineup of the erudite garage group had solidified, though it was not quite solid. Erratic, eccentric producer/drummer Gary Young had been booted out of the band, whose previous recordings were primarily made by Scott Kannberg and Stephen Malkmus. With two percussionists and bassist Mark Ibold brought into the studio, Crooked Rain has a far warmer, less trebly sound to it. Among the many extras included on this expanded version are the band’s two exceptional, unironic tributes to R.E.M. --Mike McGonigal