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Moving

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No One's Little Girl
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Ooh Ooh La La La
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Dance of Hopping Mad
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Balloon
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Mouth of a Story
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I Saw a Hill
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Overheard
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Rainstorm
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Animal Rhapsody
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Running Away
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 40:20

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Ilya Zinger

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05.20.10
Even their weakest outing deserves at least one spin
1984 | Label: We ThRee / The Orchard

By 1984 the Raincoats were, perhaps reluctantly, one of the key emblems of feminist empowerment for a growing independent music scene. Although the group would disband after the making of this album, their few recordings became seminal documents for the next generation of young musicians, particularly those of the fledging riot grrrl movement of the early '90s.

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What a wonderful cacophony of sounds! The Raincoats’ last record (until their reunion EP of 1996) is a triumph of excitement and intensity equaling that of their previous studio work. Some of these songs are from the live tape and are in sharper (and I’d say better) form here. Yet another important record by one of the most important bands of the post-punk era. Reissued by Geffen with extra tracks in 1995. – John Dougan