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Daycare Nation - The Jazz Butcher - Cult Of The Basement (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Daydream Nation was Sonic Youth’s sixth full-length, their first double-LP, and their last for an indie label before signing with Geffen. Widely considered to be their watershed moment, the album catapulted them into the mainstream and proved that indie bands could enjoy wide commercial success without compromising their artistic vision.
  2. Sonic Youth have been busy restoring all their Daydream Nation videos in celebration of the iconic album’s 30th birthday. Check out Teen Age Riot and Silver Rocket below. So far Teen Age Riot and Silver Rocket have been re-uploaded to Sonic Youth’s YouTube account, each with .
  3. Buy Daydream Nation [Remastered] (LP) by Sonic Youth (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  4. The Jazz Butcher, also known as The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy and The Jazz Butcher And His Sikkorskis From Hell, are a British musical group founded by Pat Fish.
  5. Cult Of The Basement (LP, RUS , / CD RUS , ) The Basement She's On Drugs Pineapple Tuesday The Onion Field Daycare Nation My Zeppelin Fertilizer Mr. Odd After The Great Euphrates Panic In .
  6. Recording Location. Greene Street Recording, New York, NY ; Submit Corrections Album Moods. Cathartic Cerebral Detached Dreamy Ethereal Spooky Sprawling Atmospheric Complex Freewheeling Intense Nocturnal Tense/Anxious Trippy Urgent Visceral .
  7. Daydream Nation was Sonic Youth's sixth full-length, their first double-LP, and their last for an indie label before signing with Geffen. Widely considered to be their watershed moment, the album catapulted them into the mainstream and proved that indie bands could enjoy wide commercial success without compromising their artistic vision/5().
  8. Cult of the Basement opens with an instrumental that sounds like the Ventures performing at a Greek wedding. A Mediterranean refrain wafts through the rest of the LP, subtly linking the thirteen cuts into what is as close to a "concept" album as the Jazz Butcher is likely to make. (What the concept might be, however, is anyone's guess.).

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