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Pavement: Slanted and EnchantedSlanted and Enchanted (1992)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: ngs091ngs091
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Pavement was probably the “it’ band in the indie rock underground in the 1990s. Not only did they set the groundwork for that scene as well as the slacker rock / lo-fi craze, they also made some damn good songs. Their first album was Slanted and Enchanted, a record that may be, more often than not, indie rock, but has a dazzling energy to it not unlike punk rock. This is especially true on the song “Two States,“ in which they sound like the mighty post-punkers the Fall, complete with a truly good vocal impression of Mark E. Smith.
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