Slint - Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

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Slint — Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

Slint — Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

Slint — Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

Slint — Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

Slint — Discography 1989-2014 [FLAC]

Though fundamentally overlooked during their relatively brief lifespan, Slint grew to become one of the most significant and far-reaching bands to arise from the American broken-down community of the 1980s; innovative and iconoclastic, the group's deft, extremist manipulations of abundance, pace, and configuration delegate them as cloudless progenitors of the prop-broken-down stirring that blossomed during the following decade.

Whatever the compass of Slint«s own force, the crowd grew out of Louisville, Kentucky»s traditional Squirrel Bait, another important gather that languished in pertinent dusk during its own lifetime but at bottom spawned the likes of Gastr del Sol, Big At, and Bastro. Guitarist/vocalist Brian McMahan formed his first crowd at the age of 12; within a few years, he teamed with drummer Britt Walford, and after the counting up of soloist Peter Searcy, guitarist David Grubbs, and bassist Clark Johnson, they founded Squirrel Bait in the mid-«80s. After two barbaric records, a self-titled 1985 travail and 1987»s Skag Heaven On Earth, the crowd disbanded, leaving McMahan and Walford to perpetuate on as Slint with guitarist David Pajo and bassist Ethan Buckler.

With creator Steve Albini, the quartet recorded 1989«s Tweez, issued on their own Jennifer Hartman label; a aggregation of odd stylistic approaches, fractured rhythms, and abnormal lyrical fragments, the album owed debts to few (if any) reliable precedents and steadfastly defied relaxing classification. Just after the record»s end, Buckler nautical port to variety Monarch Kong, and was replaced by bassist Todd Brashear for 1991's Spiderland, an even more soign and temerarious set.

With the lockout of a posthumous 1994 EP (initially recorded between the two well-proportioned-after a long time albums), Spiderland was Slint's swan air, although the distinctive members remained key figures in the unregulated get around. After attending art college, Pajo joined the ranks of Tortoise, while Walford (under the alias Shannon Doughton) played drums with the Breeders before rejoining Buckler in Monarch Kong. McMahan and Brashear, meanwhile, aided Will Oldham in his ever-shifting Castle aggregate (which additionally housed Pajo and Walford at one site or another); McMahan and Pajo also curtly reunited as members of the For Carnation, while Slint came together for a well-received series of reunion concerts in 2007.

In 2014, Come & Go released an avaricious expanded print run of Spiderland that included a remastered rendition of the model album, as well as 79 minutes of outtakes, demos, and other perquisite lay. The new print run of Spiderland also included a DVD of Breadcrumb Dangle, a documentary by Stab Bangs about Slint and the making of Spiderland; the fade away also received a restricted sensational let off. To advertise the let off of the fade away and the Spiderland box set, Slint reunited for a brief U.S concert tour.

1989 - Tweez
1991 - Spiderland
1994 - Slint [EP]
2014 - Spiderland [Remastered Box Set] (2CD+DVD)

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