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Bookstore (Mote) - Sonic Youth - Goo (CDr, Album)

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  1. Nevermind changed the pop world -- but this is the album that rocked the underground first, by proving how a major-label move didn't have to be a mistake. The production textures are slick, though Sonic Youth delivers songs worthy of that sound, like the equal parts romantic and cathartic "Dirty Boots," or the feminist-good-time rocker "Kool Thing" (which features Chuck D's perfect, non.
  2. When you feel the spiral turnin' for you alone And you feel so heavy that you just can't stop it When a sea of madness turns you into stone A picture of your life shoots like a rocket, all the time Put "Me" in the equation, it's alright I've seen you movin' in and out of sight.
  3. What made the Deluxe Edition of Dirty great is that the added songs were generally more interesting, offbeat, and altogether Sonic Youth than the album tracks, which provided a backdrop to an album I'd previously had little respect for. With Goo, already one of my favourite albums, the additions are less wonderful than the album proper, apart from the fabulous and essential 8-track demos from.
  4. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review My God, they're playing tunes! Sort of. Goo, the major-label hello by the ex-indie guitar-rape gods in Sonic Youth, is damn near musical by their standards, a brilliant, extended essay in refined primitivism that deftly reconciles rock's structural conventions with the band's twin passions for violent tonal elasticity and garage-punk.
  5. May 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sonic Youth - Mote [Hz] YouTube Red Hot Chili Peppers - Greatest Hits (Full Album) - Duration: Uma Thermos Recommended for you.
  6. Album Goo. Mote Lyrics The song lyrics is based on Sylvia Plath’s poem Eye-Mote. In some live performances, Sonic Youth refers to music as Eye-Mote, rather than Mote. Bookstore by Sonic.

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