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This review is from: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star (Audio CD)
this album is mature, mellow, and haunting, and i'll be damned if kim's singing isn't just plain beautiful on most of it. to me this (and thurston's 1995 solo album) signal the end of a certain kind of sonic youth. this was the last album where they had those wonderfully bratty artpunk songs. also steve's rhythms should be commended- these songs have some unique, off-kilter structures holding them up.
this record is the one to put next to your slippers and pipe.