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Here - Pavement - Slanted And Enchanted (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Hybrid, g Vinyl release of Slanted And Enchanted on Discogs. Label: Matador - OLE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Repress Hybrid, g • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi/5().
  2. Apr 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Slanted And Enchanted on Discogs. Label: Matador - OLE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Post-Punk, Art Rock/5().
  3. (March ) Slanted and Enchanted is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Pavement, released in April on Matador Records. The album has received critical acclaim, and is seen as a landmark album for indie michegequavehasb.drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.co: Indie rock, noise pop, lo-fi.
  4. Slanted And Enchanted has lots of neat tricks, in juxtaposition to all the "normal" junk out there. The guitars here use alternate tunings; sometimes they're not even in tune at all. The songs change tempo and style almost instantaneously, throwing the listener's ear for a loop /5(77).
  5. Sonic Youth Sister vinyl lp record. $ 0 bids + shipping. Details about Pavement Slanted And Enchanted Gold Vinyl Record First Press Label. Pavement Slanted And Enchanted Gold Vinyl Record First Press Label. Item Information. Condition: New. Price: US $Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Mar 09,  · Pavement's approach in song crafting is certainly slanted, and I am somewhat enchanted by listening to this album. Nevertheless the fragmentary nature of the songs -wherein melodies seem to float in thin air before quickly dissipating into nothingness; and left field guitar lines which momentarily grab hold of you, before swiftly blending back /5(55).
  7. Vinyl release of Pavement - Slanted & Enchanted. Released through MATADOR--ADA-- and available on LP. ().
  8. Yet if Slanted and Enchanted falls somewhere between Pavement the almost-but-not-quite mainstream band and Pavement the noisy oddballs, then that’s something that very much works in its favour. It feels reductive to call this the band’s ‘best’ album when their other records were of such quality/5(15).

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