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Freewheel!

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Ephedrine
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Knott St.
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Josh Has A Crush On A Femme From Reed
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28 Second Squid
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Camp 18
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Let's Everyone Do It
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Freemason Love Triangle
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Goethe's Letter To Vic Chesnutt
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Concrete
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The I Suck
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Mexico Siren
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Krankenhaus
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Clique Town
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Detective
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Serious Cat
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Montgomery!
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Product
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Movie Cop Soundtrack
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 42:36

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¡Freewheel!

stones_macgruder

Maybe my favorite album ever. It just is. Growing up in Portland, all-ages shows, sloppy pop, wishing I was like those guys who were so old (they were in college! Or dropped out!) Sure it's nostalgia, but goddamn this record is great. Get the whole thing, but if you need some convincing, try Josh Has A Crush On A Girl From Reed, Concrete, PRODUCT, Clique Town, and Goethe's Letter to Vic Chesnutt. Hits that shoulda been!

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Freewheel! has the sort of sloppy charm that should have made it a prime candidate for release on the K label — more so than on the band’s later and slightly more pop-oriented releases, they tear through occasionally noisy rock, but always foreground the sing-song pop hooks. The result suggests Beat Happening as a rock band, with a reckless sense of fun and humor tying together a string of consistently loveable songs. By 1997′s Ennui Go, the band had moved to a low-fi pop take on this sound — but even if Freewheel! is comparatively “unsophisticated,” its indie charm is just as present, and its energy is a bit more palpable. – Nitsuh Abebe