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Slint

Spiderland

Touch And Go

Released on April 2, 1991

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Ken from New Brunswick, NJ 
Nov 4 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I got this item on vinyl and it was completely worth it. The warmth and emotion put out by the record is amazing. Apparently, some members had to be hospitalized while recording this because of nervous breakdowns. I understand completely as the vocals (spoken and sung), the lyrics, and music just ooze with tension, anxiety, and beauty. Musically, there are lot of mathy time signature stuff (esp. the second track) and there are tons of dynamics. For instance songs build up to only come down and then come crashing in. The last track is quite possibly the most amazing song i've ever heard clocking in at 8 minutes. If you like Mineral's "Endserenading" or Three Mile Pilot this is a must.





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