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This Is a Long Drive For Someone With Nothing To Think About

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Description: Frontman Isaac Brock's claim that he's being stalked by his own alter ego was not the first bit of evidence that Modest Mouse isn't your usual pop band. Witness the entirety of this 1996 indie debut from the Washington trio that inspired a major-label bidding war. This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About finds Brock cruising with cohorts Eric Judy and Jeremiah Green (plus an occasional cellist) through a landscape of intoxicatingly original lo-fi tunes. Sure, Brock's early vocals make Nikki Sudden sound like one smooth crooner, but their strained quality offset the primitive elegance of his guitar work, givin ... (more)
Manufacturer: Up Records
Release date: 9 April 1996
EAN: 0796818002724 UPC: 796818002724
Tags: Alternative (2), Indie Rock (2), American (1), Album (1), 1996 (1), Mp3 (1), SD76 (1)
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"the custom concern for the people build up the monuments and steeples to wear out our eyes i get up just about noon my head sends a message to me to reach for my shoes and then walk gotta go to work gotta go to work gotta get a job goes through the parking lot fields didn't see no signs that they would heal and then thought this will never end, this will never ever end this will never stop message read on the bathroom walls said, "i don't feel at all like i fall" and we're losing all touch los"


ToonHead2102 rated this 5/10 2 years, 10 months ago