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Modest Mouse

This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About

This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About is the first released album by indie rock band Modest Mouse. The album was released on Up Records on April 16, 1996, on both compact disc and vinyl formats. The vinyl release contains two extra tracks, "Edit the Sad Parts" and "A Manic Depressive Named Laughing Boy". "Edit the Sad Parts" was later included on Interstate 8 and the Up Records compilation, US, while "A Manic Depressive Named… read more



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  • @naotas_forehead completely agree! Perfect album 10/10! Don't know how I couldn't see it before
  • so achingly sad. i'm not saying it's their best, but i can't think of another band that sounds remotely like this and/or could have pulled this off.
  • this album unexpectedly helped me through an incredibly low point in my life earlier this year. it will always be in my heart now.
  • The great thing is that those songs that flop won't flop anymore if you listen to it enough times. Each listen, you notice something new about She Ionizes & Atomizes, Novocain Stain, or Ohio. Those songs really creep up on you.
  • Has some songs that flop, but also has like 10 of their best songs. So yeah, incredible album.
  • so. fucking. good.
  • This is amazing and it doesn't even try! [3]
  • Not their best, but great tunes nonetheless. "Gotta go to work, gotta go to work, gotta get a job." Quit yer whining!
  • And I claim I'm not excited with my life anymore so I blame this town, this job, these friends, the truth is it's myself.

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