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Superchunk - The First Part. Merge Records on Youtube. Official music video, taken from the album Foolish, newly remastered on Merge Records.
Foolish is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. It was recorded November 30 through December 2, 1993, at Pachyderm Studios, by Brian Paulson and mixed by the band and Paulson at Steve Albini's home studio. The album was released by Merge Records in 1994.
superchunk AF (acoustic foolish) is an album released by Superchunk as part of their Merge30 subscription service to commemorate thirty years of Merge Records. All tracks were recorded mainly live in the studio at Overdub Lane. The album features additional strings, saxophone, and piano. Allison Crutchfield and Jenn Wasner also provide additional vocals on a few tracks. Acoustic Foolish Q&A
The last song on the album, however, is both a departure from Superchunk's signature sound and a fantastic reworking of a theme, as the band crafts a danceable, feedback-drenched masterpiece along the lines of My Bloody Valentine. At the heart of "Foolish" is the hypnotic riff that kicks off "Like a Fool," an endlessly repeating guitar line underneath which a programmed house beat provides a driving, pulsing rhythm. The enigmatic lyrics are buried in the mix, almost completely obscured by the waves of distortion that lend the song its texture
The First Part Lyrics Superchunk. Superchunk - The First Part Songtext. So this is the first part We're drunk and the selfless relentless caresses How long must the first part last Before we make our respective messes? Well all the clocks wound down Well all the clocks wound down And all the doors thrown open. One good minute could last me a whole year One good minute will last me a whole year Well it's a delicate line We draw it in pink We draw it in white So take your time with it Yeah take your time.
Superchunk is Superchunk's first studio album. It was recorded January 18–19, 1990, at Duck Kee Studios in Raleigh, North Carolina, and released on Matador Records in 1990. Slack Motherfucker" was named the 19th best single of the 1990s by Spin magazine, and the 81st best song of the 1990s by Pitchfork Media. Sick to Move" - 3:14.
Superchunk (1990) This first album is the sound of a band that doesn’t quite know who they are yet. Barely a half-hour long, it has the speed and riffs you associate with early Superchunk, but the songcraft isn’t quite there. It does feature their first legitimate anthem, Slack Motherfucker, which is still one of the band’s most popular songs, but it’s pretty easy to overlook this debut in favor of the pop greatness that followed. 10. Here’s to Shutting Up (2001) For almost a decade this was basically Superchunk ’s last album. That’s what everybody assumed, anyway
Superchunk is the debut studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. Slack Motherfucker" was named the 19th best single of the 1990s by Spin, and the 81st best song of the 1990s by Pitchfork. Foolish is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. Ballance has stated that although the painting has generated much speculation into its deeper meaning, it was simply an "unpracticed" attempt to hark back to an American Music Club album cover.
Band Name Superchunk. Лейблы Merge Records. Музыкальный стильIndie Rock. Владельцы этого альбома1. 4. Driveway to Driveway. 6. Kicked In. 7. Why Do You Have to Put a Date on Everything.
The First Part (4:47) from Foolish (1994; Merge). An underrated aspect of Superchunk’s dynamic is the guitar interplay between Mac McCaughan and Jim Wilbur. The way the two guitarists harmonize and play off of each other is a powerful thing to behold on First Part. The closing track of the band’s 2010 album Majesty Shredding-their first in nine years(!)-was a powerful cap to a strong return. While the rest of the album is uniformly excellent, this is its undeniable peak, a triumphant and densely layered rock song that could slide in comfortably in a playlist of Japandroids songs
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