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Last Splash is the second album by indie rock band The Breeders, released in August 1993. Pixies bassist Kim Deal formed the band as a side project. Last Splash was the band's most successful album, certified Platinum by the RIAA for selling more than one million copies.

The title of the album is taken from a lyric of its lead single, "Cannonball". This single has been used in many movie trailers, including Dude, Where's My Car? and South Park. A… read more



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  • Avatar for agnessilvap
    Happy 20 years ♥
  • Avatar for kissesneverdie
    @Blvd_nights: he's not comparing HTDA to this album; learn how to read.
  • Avatar for zeleny
    love breedes
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    wow this delicious heart
  • Avatar for Blvd_Nights
    Don't ever compare the horrible HTDA project to this record. I love Trent and NIN is one of my favorite bands, but this is TEN times better than anything HTDA have produced.
  • Avatar for chealec
    Some albums don't age well ... I used to absolutely love this when I was about 17 and after listening to the latest "How to Destroy Angels" EP earlier I just had a hankering to listen to "Last Splash" ... and you know what, this album HAS aged well ... it's still absolutely amazing!
  • Avatar for BillSwansea
    This album is trippy as fuck. It sounds like liquid feels.
  • Avatar for Kubstofferson
    I love that Pod (in my top 5 albums of all time) and this one are so different. Last Splash has some seriously classic 90's songs... but then some seriously cutting-edge sound experimentation.
  • Avatar for KeatonXZX
    I remember I was at some thrift store in Massachusetts when I found this. It seemed familiar so I bought it and I'm glad as hell that I did.

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