34 Songs, 3 Hours 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Glasgow’s Mogwai has never done anything in a small way. Their towering post-rock is rife with gorgeous, swelling crescendos (“Helicon 1”), frenetic, calculated explosions (“Mogwai Fear Satan”), and vast depths of emotion (“Devil Rides”). The career-spanning compilation Central Belters reflects the band’s preference for the monumental, packing in nearly four hours of highlights. It’s a long, tempestuous ride, but the heart-stopping (and tear duct-filling) drama doesn’t relent for a second.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Glasgow’s Mogwai has never done anything in a small way. Their towering post-rock is rife with gorgeous, swelling crescendos (“Helicon 1”), frenetic, calculated explosions (“Mogwai Fear Satan”), and vast depths of emotion (“Devil Rides”). The career-spanning compilation Central Belters reflects the band’s preference for the monumental, packing in nearly four hours of highlights. It’s a long, tempestuous ride, but the heart-stopping (and tear duct-filling) drama doesn’t relent for a second.

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