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  1. Track List Gold Soundz (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain) Frontwards (Watery, Domestic EP) Mellow Jazz Docent (Perfect Sound Forever EP) Stereo (Brighten the Corners) In the Mouth a Desert (Slanted & Enchanted) Two States (Slanted & Enchanted) Cut Your Hair (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain) Shady Lane / J Vs. S (Brighten the Corners) Here (Slanted & Enchanted) Unfair (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.
  2. Aug 05,  · I absolutely love the Quarantine The Past album by Pavement. I had never heard of them or heard any of their songs until I saw the review of this album of Pitchfork, which was full of praise. I could not believe that I missed out on them for so long.
  3. Of course, it’s always difficult to assemble a best-of package for a band that never had any hits, and Pavement only had one -- ’s alt rock puncturing “Cut Your Hair” -- which means it’s possible to endlessly quibble about the other 22 tracks on Quarantine the Past, especially since the compilers decided to leave the singles “Father to a Sister of Thought,” “Rattled by the Rush,” and “Carrot Rope” 9/
  4. Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement, an album by Pavement on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Get all the lyrics to songs on Stereo and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  6. Stereo (Pavement song) Jump to navigation Jump to search. "Stereo" is a single by the band Pavement, taken from the album Brighten the Corners. It was released by Domino Records in The catalogue number for the single is RUG It contains two B-sides: "Westie Can Drum" and "Winner of The.".Genre: Indie rock, Noise pop, Noise rock, Jangle pop.
  7. But, even though Quarantine the Past threatens self-parody with its engineered deformities, the fear soon proves a deeply irrational one. This is a surefooted but defiantly lopsided collection, unabashed at the few glaring omissions which are inevitable on any Pavement retrospective weighing in at 9/

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