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Flux = Rad - Pavement - Wowee Zowee (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Flux = Rad - Pavement - Wowee Zowee (CD, Album)

  1. Apr 07,  · Ranking Pavement’s ‘Wowee Zowee’ Leave a reply “ Wowee Zowee is pitched halfway between the indulgence of a superstar or cult hero, and the run-of-the-mill oddities that have passed for normal in the indie world for years now,” Eric Weisbard observed in his review for SPIN Magazine in May , a 7 out of star judgment that also.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wowee Zowee on Discogs. Label: Matador - OLE • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock.
  3. Pavement “Wowee Zowee: Sordid Sentinels Edition” (Matador) 3 stars In the music nerd encyclopedia, “Wowee Zowee” has two listings. The first is “a album by Pavement”; the second.
  4. Listen to Wowee Zowee (Deluxe Edition) by Pavement on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own .
  5. Pavement Lyrics "Flux = Rad" Child, don't you know I don't want to let you go Child, don't you know That Writer(s): Stephen Malkmus. AZLyrics. P. Pavement Lyrics. album: "Wowee Zowee" () We Dance. Rattled By The Rush. Black Out. Brinx Job. Grounded. Serpentine Pad. Motion Suggests. Father To A Sister Of Thought. Extradition. Best Friend.
  6. Apr 25,  · referencing Wowee Zowee, CD, Album, OLE , 9 , Just finished listening to this CD once on my Mac and i am really surprised how good an album is that starts with the words "There Is No Castration Fear, We'll Dance.."/5().
  7. Flux = Rad Lyrics: Child, don't you know / I don't want to let you go / Child, don't you know / That I don't wanna let you / I don't wanna let you (x9) / Styles come and go / But I'm not going to let.
  8. Well I've always been a vocal supporter of Wowee Zowee, with tracks like 'Rattled by the Rush', 'At&T' and 'Fight this Generation' nestling well in-between short punky skits such as 'Flux = Rad' and 'Serpentine Pad' it makes for a devilishly obtuse listening experience and is far more angular than Pavement ever managed before or would manage later.

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