There's Nothing Wrong With Love

Label
Up
Release date
13 Sep 1994
Running length
13 tracks
Running time
45:10

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 In the Morning 2:38 77,189
2 Reasons 3:46 74,066
3 Big Dipper 4:10 93,651
4 Car 3:07 164,614
5 Fling 2:34 69,795
6 Cleo 4:35 65,275
7 The Source 3:20 60,984
8 Twin Falls 1:49 76,631
9 Some 4:08 62,572
10 Distopian Dream Girl 4:24 76,088
11 Israel's Song 3:47 52,500
12 Stab 5:29 61,528
13 Preview 1:23 16,611

About this album

There’s Nothing Wrong with Love is the second full-length album released by indie rock band Built to Spill. The line-up for the album was Doug Martsch, bassist Brett Nelson, and drummer Andy Capps. There’s Nothing Wrong with Love was recorded in May and June 1994, and released September 13, 1994 on the Up Records label. It was produced by Phil Ek. The songs “Car” and “Distopian Dream Girl” were released as singles. Pitchfork.com ranked this album at #24 on its “Top 100 Albums of the 90s” list. The unlisted final track is a satirical preview of the next Built to Spill album. None of the clips on the track are real Built to Spill songs.

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  • luiz_kogut

    this fucking album

    11 Dec 2014 Reply
  • Lowbacca

    good album.

    22 Sep 2013 Reply
  • WS9167

    This is such an amazing album.

    13 Sep 2013 Reply
  • viledoom

    Easily one of the best indie rock albums ever created. So beautiful. I like this way more than keep it like a secret, and I love keep it like a secret.

    11 Jun 2013 Reply
  • PinkFloydrulez

    I'M A RAMBLER

    16 Feb 2013 Reply
  • thunder2221

    'CUS BABY YOU KNOW THAT I'M A REBEL

    15 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Kafooni

    @diehappyx33 I always think the exact same thing...

    21 Nov 2012 Reply
  • diehappyx33

    One of the best. It saddens me that I didn't discover awesome 90's music until my college years. As a 90's child, I could have grown up with sweetest tunes...I was missing out.

    10 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Teh_Zombie

    consistently one of the grooviest records i've ever heard

    14 Sep 2012 Reply
  • R-Mac

    I wish they would have really recorded that cheesy sounding rock record that they teased at the end of this album.

    15 Apr 2012 Reply
  • BringtheKY

    Agreed with LPEMP, I think it is between this and Quasi's 'Featuring "Birds" for the best indie rock album of all time.

    8 Mar 2012 Reply
  • GreenKamo

    I really liked Keep It Like A Secret, so I thought I'd give this album a try. I did not expect to love this one so much more. Cleo, Twin Falls, Big Dipper, Car, Distopian Dream Girl, and Israel's Song are all great enough to be instant favorites, and they're all on the same album. And the preview at the end made me laugh out loud (Look for the record with ME on the cover!) I think I'll be playing this one for a long time.

    8 Feb 2012 Reply
  • LPEMP

    This is definitely in the running for "Best Indie Rock Album Ever"

    30 Jan 2012 Reply
  • StalinSays

    Why isn't this on Spotify... of all the BtS albums to be missing. Damn label discrepancies.

    20 Jan 2012 Reply
  • naotas_forehead

    *guitar based-music

    21 Dec 2011 Reply
  • naotas_forehead

    I also think the moment this album clicked for me was the moment I became I fell in love with music in general. A very special and personally important album for me.

    27 Nov 2011 Reply
  • naotas_forehead

    It just hit me today how amazing the lyrics are on this one. I'd say it's tied with PFNO as their best, but for completely different reasons. KILAS is close behind, but not on the same level.

    27 Nov 2011 Reply
  • EntaDaStage

    I fucking love this album!

    1 Sep 2011 Reply
  • Red_Baron45

    Best

    25 Jul 2011 Reply
  • viniciuskoch

    Best Built to Spill album. And quite possibly my favorite album ever.

    13 Jun 2011 Reply
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