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Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain is an album released by Pavement in 1994. With this album, the band abandoned the lo-fi sound displayed on Slanted and Enchanted (as well as their drummer, Gary Young). During the tour for Slanted, the band added percussionist Bob Nastanovich and bassist Mark Ibold; partway through this album's recording sessions, Gary Young was replaced by Steve West. The album featured the band at its most easily accessible, and the single "Cut Your Hair" was the band's… read more



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  • "Am I the only one who likes Heaven is a Truck?" No, I Love it, personally.
  • @goldfishclowns You're certainly one among few.
  • "Heaven is a Truck" is garbage, but everything else is wonderful. This one gets my vote for best Pavement album.
  • It also got me thinking about how perfect each one of this 12 songs are for me today. The transition of one track to another on this it's just amazing in a really unique way (think about it how a fun and uplifting song as "Cut your hair" being place right after a depressing song like "Stop breathin" and how well that works. It's the perfect order, man). I'm falling in love with this EVEN MORE as time goes by.
  • "Fillmore Jive" just finished playing and it made me realise that listening to this album still is one of my favorite things in life. Thank you, Pavement . THANK YOU!
  • Am I the only one who likes Heaven is a Truck?
  • This would have been a 10/10 if it wasn't for Heaven is a truck and Hit the plane down. Still 9/10 though so a near masterpiece
  • Masterpiece, especially if you skip Heaven is a Truck and Hit the Plane Down.

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