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9 thoughts on “ Billie - Pavement - Terror Twilight (CDr) ”

  1. Tygocage says:
    Terror Twilight CD is in a standard jewel case and the promo CD is in a cardboard sleeve. Both packaged together in a plastic "bag" with a label that states: "Inclus 2 inédits édition limitée exclusive"/5(5).
  2. Mausar says:
    Terror Twilight is S. Malkmus & Co.'s best piece of indie-rific, sing-along, grin-inducing slacker rock since Crooked Rain (X2). The sound is airier, smoother and tighter than their previous work, but still embodies all that is great about this band/5(96).
  3. Zuhn says:
    Jun 08,  · Terror Twilight is S. Malkmus & Co.'s best piece of indie-rific, sing-along, grin-inducing slacker rock since Crooked Rain (X2). The sound is airier, smoother and tighter than their previous work, but still embodies all that is great about this band/5(96).
  4. Micage says:
    Label: Domino - WIGCD 66,Domino - WIGCD 66X • Format: CD Album CD Enhanced All Media Limited Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock/5(10).
  5. Grojinn says:
    Feb 07,  · I found this while digging and snatched it up thinking it was an original. Well it wasn’t and it doesn’t really matter because I didn’t pay a lot and this sounds really, really good/5().
  6. Tugis says:
    Part of Matador's Low Price Vinyl Series. Released in conjunction with a greatest hits LP and the group's reunion tour. Identified by " Hudson NYC " & "talsympwalibuli.puttvabwallveponcisolezytofouli.co" found on outer jacket.
  7. Zulkihn says:
    That's typical of Terror Twilight -- it's reflective, with the occasional flight of fancy that fits neatly into the laid-back flow. It's also the tightest record Pavement ever made, largely due to producer Nigel Godrich, who helped reign in excessive tendencies in Radiohead and Beck and does the same here.
  8. Kajijin says:
    The fifth and final album to date from Stockton indie rock band Pavement.
  9. Dikasa says:
    Jun 02,  · But Terror Twilight is the sort of counterintuitive album where the most melodically intricate songs feel so effortless, yet the slapdash irreverence that once came so naturally to Pavement feels.

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