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Spiderland was Slint's first release on Touch and Go, and the group's only album to feature Todd Brashear.
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Slint - Spiderland Slint - Spiderland Bonus DVD, 180 Gram, Remastered, Digital Download. Artist: Slint Slint - Spiderland. Spiderland" was the second album and the first released by Touch And Go in 1991.
If Slint's debut, 1989's Tweez, was one of the earliest salvos in what came to be known as post-rock, their second album, 1991's Spiderland was where the band pushed their most radical ideas forward and created a touchstone, working with dynamics that made the silences every bit as much presence as the guitars and drums, manipulating space and time
Spiderland is a music studio album recording by SLINT (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1991 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
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The Spiderland LP plus fourteen previously unreleased outtakes & demos personally selected by Slint. Includes 104 page book with over 100 never-before-seen photos documenting Slint's entire history, as well as lyrics to the songs on Spiderland, and a forward by Will Oldham. The DVD contains Breadcrumb Trail, a brand new, never-before-seen, 90 minute DVD documentary about Slint and the making of Spiderland. Includes heavyweight, "tip-on" gatefold LP jackets.
Who the f u ck is Slint" Why should anyone even care about them" Well, they are four Kentucky natives that practically created the self-proclaimed genre of post-rock and probably the best thing to come from Kentucky as far as music is concerned. Maybe there is a reason to care about Slint and their 1991 masterpiece, Spiderland. Throughout, the verses are generally spoken like the narration of a book or movie. The hypnotizing tone of Brian McMahan is often soft, but the effect it has on the music is irrevocable.
Spiderland-their second, final, and ultimately most revered album-wasn’t some painstaking, Loveless-scaled masterwork belabored over in the studio for months on end; it was a collection of six pared-down basement jams recorded over a single weekend, with many of the lyrics rush-written at the last minute. When Slint began working on the songs that would form Spiderland in 1989, the initial wave of post-hardcore indie rock was on the wane, with scene stalwarts either trading up (the major label-bound Sonic Youth and Dinosaur J. or breaking up (Black Flag, Mission of Burma) or both (Hüsker Dü).