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Wonderful bunch of songs spirailling off in many directions and encompassing many styles.Pavement let it all hang out with this record.From the familiar Fall-esque sounds of "Fight This Generation" to the beautiful "Father To A Sister Of Thought" and classic rock of "Kennel District" the band are superb.Some unbelievable guitar playing as well.The album makes perfect sense as a whole.


Formed: 1989 in Stockton, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

With their fractured songs, unexpected blasts of feedback, laconic vocals, cryptic literate lyrics, and defiant low-fidelity, Pavement were one of the most influential and distinctive bands to emerge from the American underground in the '90s. Pavement, along with Sebadoh, were the leaders of the lo-fi movement that dominated U.S. indie rock in the early '90s. Initially conceived as a studio project between guitarists/vocalists Stephen Malkmus and Scott Kannberg in the '80s, Pavement gradually became...
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