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Shellac consists of Steve Albini on guitar, Todd Trainer on drums, and Bob Weston on bass. This is their fourth and longest release and all the songs are about Italy or greyhounds. Both the CD and LP come packaged in a beautiful full-color gatefold sleeve. The LP also includes an OBI or slipcover that was drawn and hand-silk screened by Jay Ryan. The CD has a non-hand-screened OBI.
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As always, Shellac is a GREAT live band! On recorded media, they just will NEVER translate! ANYTHING post Big Black or Rapeman, (except for 10 whole songs, see At Action Park... Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by Gary Sheputis
I'm afraid to say that this is their worst release yet. They seem tired; just farting around the studio, producing what amounts to several times as what we would term "practice". Read morePublished on September 14, 2011 by Ronald Battista
Nearly detestable in its lack of originality and insulting from a too-jaded tone, the once influential group, now old and in need of hip replacement, definitively proves they are... Read morePublished on October 14, 2009 by IRate
Like everyone else I waited for what seemed like a decade for this cd. When I finally got it, I was a little disappointed. I guess I expected more from Steve and Co. Read morePublished on July 9, 2008 by R. Gangestad
like, totally bodalicious dude.
better'n colonel sanders, rihanna's umbrella, and bad traffic combined!
yee ha! Read more
Back in days one heard hype of how Shellac were turning down the offers of superstardom and mega ka-jillions from all of the "major" labels, thumbing their noses at "the man". Read morePublished on July 30, 2007 by Chub