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The Lonesome Organist
Early Hi-Ball Years
Perfect Teeth is the seventh and final studio album by Washington, D.C. Indie band Unrest, released on August 9, 1993 through 4AD. The album was recorded at Pachyderm Studios. Unrest initially joked with their management about having Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran produce the album, which led to him coming into the studio, but not being involved with production.
Perfect Teeth was Unrest's highest selling album, and was initially released as a box set of 7" vinyl records before being released in other formats such as compact disc and cassette. The album received positive reviews from Select, Spin and the Chicago Tribune but was dismissed by Entertainment Weekly who found that the music lacked depth. Retrospective reviews in AllMusic referred to the album as Unrest's peak while Spin echoed Entertainment Weekly's opinion.
Low Kick and Hard Bop
Low Kick and Hard Bop is the third studio album by Solex. It was released via Matador Records on September 11, 2001.
Gastr del Sol
Camoufleur is the fifth and final studio album by American indie rock band Gastr del Sol, originally released on Drag City in 1998.
Pardon My French
I Can Hear Music
The Further Somniloquies of Dion McGregor (More Outrageous Recordings of the World's Most Renowned Sleeptalker)
Dub Narcotic Sound System
Emperor Tomato Ketchup
Emperor Tomato Ketchup is the fourth studio album by English-French rock band Stereolab. It was first released on 18 March 1996 in the United Kingdom by Duophonic Records and on 9 April 1996 in the United States by Elektra Records. The album takes its name from the 1971 Shuji Terayama-directed Japanese film Tomato Kecchappu Kôtei, whilst the artwork is inspired by the sleeve of a 1964 recording of composer Béla Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra.
Two singles were released from Emperor Tomato Ketchup: "Cybele's Reverie" and "Metronomic Underground".
Directions in Music
Interstate is the fifth album by American post-rock and instrumental rock band Pell Mell, released in 1995. After issuing Flow in 1991, the band members wrote new material separately, sending each other ideas, until more concrete ideas were becoming formed, leading to the band recording Interstate between two studios in 1993 and 1994. Defined by a breezy, wide-open sound, Interstate features sparse, rhythmic guitar riffs, organ playing, drums and thematic instrumentation, in addition to a distinctive compositional style that has been compared to "the dynamics of a good conversation" by one critic. Additionally, the album has been considered a post-rock album and critics have noticed its display of krautrock influences.
Named in relation to the band's collaborative efforts given that the members live great distances from each other, Interstate was released on DGC, their only album on a major label. Several journalists have pointed out the unlikeliness of the album being released on a major label. Nonetheless, the album was greeted with critical acclaim, with critics complimenting its tight, ensemble sound.
Rated O is the tenth full-length album by Brooklyn-based indie rock band by Oneida, released as a triple LP.
Need New Body
Need New Body
Strangers from the Universe
Thinking Fellers Union Local 282
Strangers from the Universe is the fifth album by Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, released on September 12, 1994 through Matador Records.
How Do You Like Your Lobster?
The Unstable Molecule
The Glass Gypsies
The Homeland is an album by Chicago-based rocker Bobby Conn and his backing band, the Glass Gypsies released on January 20, 2004 on Thrill Jockey records. It is noteworthy for taking a more openly political approach than any of Conn's previous albums, being particularly critical of George Bush and the Iraq War. Musically the album focuses mostly on a number of 70s styles, from early-decade prog pseudo-symphonies to late decade disco-rock fusion and funk. The album was recorded at Soma Studios, Chicago, Illinois in 2003.
Come Closer, We're Cool
Oh, Merge: A Merge Records 10 Year Anniversary Compilation
Blow It Up, Burn It Down, Kick It 'Till It Bleeds
Imitation Electric Piano
Yesterday and Tomorrow's Shells
Red Red Meat
Jimmywine Majestic is the second studio album by Red Red Meat, released on January 31, 1994 by Sub Pop.
The Moray Eels Eat the Space Needle
The Moray Eels Eat The Space Needle is the second album by Space Needle. Its name is a tribute to a 1968 album by The Holy Modal Rounders. The artwork for the album is by the British artist Roger Dean.
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Bite 'Em
TNT is the third studio album by American post-rock band Tortoise, released in 1998 by Thrill Jockey. After Jeff Parker joined the band in 1996, Tortoise recorded TNT over the course of a year with drummer John McEntire acting as producer, editor and mixing. Taking influence from their remix material of the 1990s, the band recorded the album using hard disk technology in a "forward-then-back" approach, with members individually adding parts to tracks at different stages until the tracks were completed. As with previous albums, the band members also shared instrumental roles.
Largely jettisoning the dub and electronic leanings of their previous work, TNT stirs the band a new, more organic direction with a heavier influence taken from jazz and groove. The electronic leanings do remain on the album, however, alongside other styles such as funk, ambient and the band's ongoing krautrock influence. Upon release, the album was critically acclaimed, with reviewers complimenting its postmodern sound. The band toured in promotion of the album in 1998, bringing new, live arrangements to the previously studio-crafted songs.
The For Carnation
Fold and Perish
Dawn of the Butterfly
Trickboxes on the Ponyline
The Golden Age
The Golden Age is a 2001 album by Chicago-based rocker Bobby Conn, released by the Thrill Jockey label.
Conn said that the album "is really about this depressing realization that I managed to extend the teenage years into my mid-30s—that’s happened to a lot of people. American society is structured to deal with superficial identity questions to keep people from making trouble. If your main issue is how you dress and can you wear nose piercings to work, then you’re probably not going to protest war."
Billions of Phonographs
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