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From a Basement on the Hill is the sixth and final studio album by the late singer-songwriter Elliott Smith. Released posthumously on October 19, 2004 by ANTI- Records in CD, double LP, and digital download, it peaked at #19 in the US and #41 in the UK.

The album was incomplete at the time of Smith's death. Smith's family hired his former producer Rob Schnapf and ex-girlfriend Joanna Bolme to sort through and put the finishing touches on the batch… read more



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  • Avatar for Dylanisgod2
    Didn't listen to this one for awhile, now I think it might be my favorite of his.
  • Avatar for themessenger11
    10 years ago, i took this album home and listened to it for the first time, as the sun set. Just after it finished, i reached over to turn my lamp on, and the bulb blew. I stayed in bed.
  • Avatar for mordwyr
    Best posthumous album I've ever heard
  • Avatar for arcade_water
    always leaves me speechless how good this is..
  • Avatar for fabduchi
    no sé si es el mejor disco de Elliott Smith, pero un gran album de todas maneras.
  • Avatar for borgy
    Easily his best album. It's crazy to think it wasn't even finished.
  • Avatar for kleckus
    would have been his best. despite the fact that it is incomplete this one is my favourite.
  • Avatar for arcade_water
    vv joe strummer ;)
  • Avatar for MotherofMersey
    I always listen to this when I feel like complete shite and it always flushes it out. It's so utterly haunting, like it has some otherworldly power.
  • Avatar for Nakkinak
    v arguably, but I honestly can't think of another one

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