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Terraform (Vinyl)


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Shellac Artist Snapshot:

After more than a decade of influence as producer (Pixies, Nirvana) and post-hardcore performer (Rapeman, Big Black), Steve Albini recruited Volcano Suns' Bob Weston and Brick Layer Cake's Todd Trainer to form the plodding, methodical post-rock Shellac. Signed to Big Black's former label, Touch And Go, Shellac released their acclaimed debut, AT ACTION PARK, in 1994. While the outfit toured sporadically due to numerous other commitments, they did release three more LPs between 1997 and 2000. However, it would be a full seven years before their fifth full-length, EXCELLENT ITALIAN GREYHOUND, emerged.

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1   Didn't We Deserve a Look At You The Way You Really Are Buy
2   This Is A Picture Buy
3   Disgrace Buy
4   Mouthpiece Buy
5   Canada Buy
6   Rush Job Buy
7   House Full of Garbage Buy

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Featuring gloss and matte print, this gate fold vinyl of Shellac''s 2nd full length includes a photo print sleeve that reverses to liner notes. 8 tracks. © 1998 Touch & Go

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From the way people talk, you''d think Steve Albini was an extraterrestrial dropped in our midst or an unpredictable chemical agent introduced into an experiment that has grown depressingly stable. Terraform, the latest record from Shellac, takes this notion and blasts off, adding new, albeit alien, growth to a sterile environment (rock music). The seemingly endless first song, "Didn''t We Deserve a Look at You the Way You Really Are," features a numbingly repetitive bass and drums figure with a few fluctuations. After a while (don''t ask me how long; time doesn''t exist here) Albini''s guitar makes tentative scratches, like a timid cat wanting to be let in, before the inevitable eruption. Then the whole process begins again. Futuristic? Or maybe just a bizarro world version of "Stranglehold"? Other pieces conceal (in plain sight) references to Iggy, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, and The Yardbirds. It''s classic rock, all right. But not as we know it. --John Chandler

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