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Unwound - Leaves Turn Inside You
Unwound
Leaves Turn Inside You
LP | 2001 | US | Reissue (Numero Group)
31,99 €*
Release:2001 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
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The Unwound album that ended all Unwound albums. Recorded in a moldering farmhouse basement at the crest of the new century, Leaves Turn Inside You is the no-wave response to Spector’s wall of noise call. Infinite layers of choppy guitar stabs and bridge scrapes, guttural bass thronk, thrift store synths, and monotone chanting wash over suffocating rhythms to deliver the world’s only choral grunge LP. Remastered from the original analog tapes and pressed on heavyweight vinyl for the discerning noise-nik.
Unwound - New Plastic Ideas
Unwound
New Plastic Ideas
LP | 1994 | US | Reissue (Numero Group)
21,99 €*
Release:1994 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
An album Maximum Rock ’N’ Roll deemed not punk enough to review, Unwound’s 1994 sophomore effort was a lethal depth charge aimed at major label grunge and independent hardcore alike. From the off-kilter, vertiginous rhythm of “Entirely Different Matters” to the neck-snapping velocity of “What Was Wound” to the relentless pounding at the end of “All Souls Day,” New Plastic Ideas is the Sonic Youth-loving older sister to Fake Train’s postpunk- obsessed little brother.
Unwound - Empire
Unwound - Kid Is Gone
Unwound
Kid Is Gone
3LP | 2013 | US | Original (Numero Group)
50,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Kid Is Gone documents signal chaos in Olympia’s fertile scene before Unwound’s turbulent noise hit stride, in unrevealed period photos, 34 tracks, and three LPs—cassette-only demos, early 7”s, a KAOS radio broadcast, material tracked live in a local basement, and all of what became 1994’s Unwound, on which the band’s prehistory plays out in a feral maelstrom of screaming, distortion, feedback, and abrasive promise.
Unwound - Fake Train
Unwound
Fake Train
LP | 1993 | US | Reissue (Numero Group)
21,99 €*
Release:1993 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
After the Pacific Northwest grunge raids of the early ’90s that saw Nirvana, Mudhoney, and even the Melvins hoisted up the major label flagpole, Unwound’s 1993 debut came as a welcomed reprieve for underground noiseniks everywhere. A pulsing cluster of wiry feedback, lurching bass, and single stroke rolls, Fake Train entangles the energies of frustrated backpack emo, faded Riot Grrrl back issues, and their own dash of teen spirit and unleashes it all in an earsplitting 10-song assault.
Unwound - Empire
Unwound
Empire
4LP Box | 2015 | US | Original (Numero Group)
69,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Climactic entry in Numero's four-set exploration - compiles the final pair of albums by the Olympia, Washington trio (1998's Challenge For A Cvilized Society & 2001's Leaves Turn Inside You). 4LP set teems w/ period singles, B-sides, unreleased studio tracks, & demos, alongside a 15,000-word essay exploring the terminal stages of the '90s, indie rock, Unwound, & civilization as we know it.
Unwound - No Energy
Unwound
No Energy
3LP | 2014 | US | Original (Numero Group)
49,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
As a robust rock underground got swallowed alive by the Major Label Industrial Complex, the very autonomous Unwound—Olympia, Washington’s Great Noise Hope - toed the troublesome line between pay check and Check Engine light. Captured in the gaps of a ruthless touring schedule, defining fourth and fifth albums The Future of What and Repetition were issued in the back-to-back springs of 1995 and ‘96. Both find the band severing their post-hardcore roots, for gripping detours into Echoplex, kraut, D&B, and Mingus, as guided by a sun-worn copy of Book Your Own Fuckin’ Life.No Energy collects both of these 1990s masterworks, beginning with Justin Trosper’s home-made haircut stabs on “New Energy,” continuing with Vern Rumsey’s reanimating bass on “Corpse Pose,” and closing in a wall of Sara Lund crash cymbals on “For Your Entertainment.” This 33-song collection is buttressed by singles and period live tracks, a pile of double-exposed photographs, and a 10,000 word essay by latter-day Unwound diarist David Wilcox.
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