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Customer Reviews

What a legacy

Pavement only released 5 albums and each is fantastic. As a huge fan it is hard to nominate a favourite album - at different times / moods I would choose a different album as my favourite. Brighten the Corners is a real treat - more 'melodic' and less scattershot than Wowee Zowee (although that is one the great things about Pavement) with hilarious lyrics ('Old to Begin' has one of the best opening lines of a song EVER!) and songs that seem like they are going to fall apart but instead end up in huge, singable choruses. Probably their most accessible release - highly recommended! And remember to check out Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks albums that came later: each of them is also a cracker!

Nice extras

Great album from pavement with some nice extras. One of the most influential indie groups from the 90's. Highly recommended


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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