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    Tweez (Touch & Go)

    tweez The first sprinkling of guitar and a creamy beat set up this masterful recording. The ablum debuted in what 1988 or 87 or something. Then was re-released in 1993. Each track is just a master work of art. Thought provoking and mindless in the same measure, song, whatever.

    If for some God forsaken reason you don't own this album. Find it and buy it. It's really really good.

      Slint-Spiderland (Touch & Go)  

    Spiderland My second adventure into the cavernous world of SLINT. Honestly, I can't decide which one i like better. But i think that you need them both. Spiderland is a bit moodier, meaning it takes the listener through different moods. Or that they were in different moods when the wrote the songs. Or that i am in different moods when i listen to the songs. Oh, you know what it means.

      Slint-Glenn B/W Rohda (Touch & Go)  

    A must if you liked the first two, or either of them for that matter. It's sort of hard to find. I am not really sure of the name of this piece, but it contains two songs. Instrumental and powerful. Each player playing an instrumental role in the creation. Really bad pun!!

    Written By: Geoff T.