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  • Mazugrel says:
    Terror Twilight is S. Malkmus & Co.'s best piece of indie-rific, sing-along, grin-inducing slacker rock since Crooked Rain (X2). The sound is airier, smoother and tighter than their previous work, but still embodies all that is great about this band/5(96).
  • Nall says:
    Original release, identified by " Broadway NYC, NY " & "maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co" found on outer jacket. Round sticker "Audiophile Quality Gram Vinyl"/5(67).
  • Tozil says:
    The album contains several new Pavement classics: "Spit On A Stranger" and "Major Leagues" rank right up there with "Cut Your Hair"; "Cream Of Gold," "Speak, See, Remember" (with its killer string of "la la la la"s), and "The Hexx" are also as good as anything they've ever done/5(95).
  • Kazilabar says:
    The song “Cream of Gold” was released in Pavement’s album Terror Twilight in The title of the song is much softer and brighter than many of the others on this album, which have a bitter and.
  • Vubei says:
    All the focus makes the album feel a little less like Pavement-- after all, this is a band whose imperfections were among their most endearing qualities -- and a bit more like Malkmus' first solo album, which it essentially is.8/
  • Akinole says:
    11 track album.
  • Fenribar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Terror Twilight Album Sampler on Discogs.
  • Goltirr says:
    Jun 02,  · With the release of their second album, ’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, Pavement seemed poised to become the next Nirvana—or at least a .

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