Conduit For Sale! - Pavement - Slanted And Enchanted (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Conduit For Sale! - Pavement - Slanted And Enchanted (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Pavement "Slanted And Enchanted" Matador Records (disc heavily scratched) Pernice Brothers "Yours, Mine & Ours" Ashmont Records: PJ Harvey "Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea" Island: Poe "Hello" Atlantic/Modern Records (disc heavily scratched) Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Conduit for Sale! This song is by Pavement and appears on the album Slanted and Enchanted ().
  3. Slanted & Enchanted, an Album by Pavement. Released in on Big Cat (catalog no. ABB34; Vinyl LP). Genres: Lo-Fi Indie, Indie Rock, Noise Pop.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the GZ Media, Gram Vinyl release of Slanted And Enchanted on Discogs. Label: Matador - OLE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue GZ Media, Gram • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Lo-Fi.
  5. Pavement's first LP, Slanted and Enchanted, is still their best, and a defining moment in "indie-rock."Mixing Sonic Youth's penchant for atonal guitar tunings with an instinctual knack for delivering infectious pop hooks, Pavement was a refreshing counterpoint to mainstream pop as well as the emergence of "grunge," which, lyrically, tended to focus on angsty introspection and eschewed "fun.".
  6. Album Slanted and Enchanted the structure and tone of ‘Conduit for Sale’ bear a strong resemblance to the song ‘New Face in Hell’ by The Fall. There may also be a connection to the.
  7. Now, Pavement's first album comes into focus. Music can become easily predictable, boxed in and uninspiring. You can hear it in the lame chord progressions and pathetic lyrics of any band part of the current pop trend. Slanted And Enchanted has lots of neat /5(75).
  8. 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(42).

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