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2011 soundtrack recording from Sonic Youth. In the Spring of 2010, Sonic Youth gathered at their Echo Canyon West studio in Hoboken, New Jersey, to watch the roughs of a new film, Simon Werner a Disparu, by French director Fabrice Gobert. They spent the following few weeks recording music which was then shaped as needed to fit the various scenes. For this release, rather than present the small clips of music as used in the film, the band went back… read more



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  • Nice legs.
  • SY here is definitely going back to A Thousand Leaves, which is perfect for me
  • not bad album for doing absolutely nothing
  • I think it's pretty darn cool that this is sonic youth's last release. The eternal makes for a great final studio album, but this is just awesome. I will always love this band.
  • One of the best things they've ever done. Seriously.
  • hows the film, by the way?
  • It truly is a wonderful thing. I'd have to disagree that words would improve upon this at all. Just a one fantastic dark, swirling noisescape after another that dost please mine ear and takes one on a transcendal trip through the ether. The sound of a band truly finding their groove, being comfortable with it, forgetting what's been before, or what is to follow, and just rolling with it to produce a timeless piece of art. Loved on first listen
  • This is wonderful thing!

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