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Manos

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Entire
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Noel, Jonah and Me
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Spitfire
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I __ That Party With the Monkey Kitty
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Uneasy
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Epiphany
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Manos
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Dangle
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Basement Galaxy
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Grand Prize
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Sunday
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Shellburn
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 42:18

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Douglas Wolk writes about pop music and comic books for Time, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Wired and elsewhere. He's the author of Reading Comics: How Gra...more »

03.15.10
As interested in precision and complexity as in soft, fragrant melodies
Label: Sub Pop Records

The first indie-label album ever to hit No. 1 on the college radio charts was an unlikely one: this debut by the peculiar, wonderful duo of singer/guitarist Rebecca Gates and drummer Scott Plouf. The Spinanes had initially been very much a part of the early-'90s "international pop underground" scene ("Entire" mentions a cassette by Olympia, Washington, band the Go Team), but they quickly became as interested in precision and complexity as in soft, fragrant melodies.… read more »

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How is this band not better known?

mdl338

I can't believe I grew up in the 90's and never heard this band until my college years (2006). This album is a too-often overlooked gem of the alternative movement. Think "My Bloody Valentine" without all the fuzz and heavy production.

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A fine debut from the spare duo The Spinanes, recalling the intertwining guitars of The Feelies and R.E.M. crossed with the husky vocals of Patti Smith and a basement-rock sensibility. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine