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Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks are a rock band consisting of Stephen Malkmus (vocals, guitar), Joanna Bolme (bass, vocals), Mike Clark (keyboards) and Jake Morris (drums). The band has released six albums: "Stephen Malkmus" (2001), "Pig Lib" (2003), "Face the Truth" (2005), "Real Emotional Trash" (2008), "Mirror Traffic" (2011) and "Wig Out at Jagbags" (2014). Malkmus was the lead singer and primary songwriter for Pavement.

The Jicks formed in 2000 in Portland, Oregon, United States, almost immediately after Pavement's 1999… read more

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  • Avatar for Red_October2
    Ох, последний альбом был неплох, жду следующий.
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  • Avatar for gonzeaux
    Lariat, Share the Red, Cold Son, Animal Midnight and Out of Reaches are all such great songs. This band deserves way more attention.
  • Avatar for Radixxs
    Best of 2014
  • Avatar for woobweto
    lariat is one of the best '14 songs
  • Avatar for andover
    This ones for youuuu, grandaaaaaadddd.
  • Avatar for mrmocha
    All that said, I do love the recent album and saw the Jicks on tour earlier this year. One thing of note: They *chose* to play Pavement songs which really surprised me. I'd seen them a couple times and they wholly refused the idea in the past. So they encore like bands do and Steve cuts Range life off @ about the minute mark claiming he had "forgot the lyrics". Now, I couldn't care less if Jicks play Pavement songs but for fucks sake, if you're going to consciously decide to play them (on the setlist), play them proper. Otherwise, just don't play them at all.
  • Avatar for mrmocha
    If you trimmed Wowee down to 12 tracks <-never!, it'd be untouchable.
  • Avatar for mrmocha
    Consider "marbles lost", who doesn't like Blue Hawaiian and Billie?... Two States is hardly a song and Scott is responsible for hitting the plane down and western homes. No Survivors!
  • Avatar for Steam-Reigns
    I must be losing my marbles, but I've been listening to the new LP for months now, and I genuinely like better than most Pavement songs. It's so consistent too; the second half is free of stinkers unlike Pavement records (e.g., "Billie", "Blue Hawaiian", "Two States", "Hit the Plane Down", or "Western Homes").

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