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Watery Domestic


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 3 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Matador Records
  • ASIN: B0000036RG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #241,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Texas Never Whispers
2. Frontwards
3. Lions (Linden)
4. Shoot The Singer

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By "regmountup" on Sept. 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
First, I'd like to say this is the best work Pavement has done, hands down. But you'd be way better off just buying the Slanted and Enchanted reissue which includes all songs on this EP along with other live cuts for less than 15 bucks. That's all I have to say.
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pavement is a band that relies on pop genius together with a certain melodic and emotional evasiveness, which combines to inspire a unique sort of hushed fascination.
Given the general obliquity of the band, it really fits all too well that some of their best material is stuck on a four-song ep that's over just as you start to fall in love with it. It's the old pavement trick: give you the sugar-pop goods, take them away, give them back, take them away again. You'll never quite figure it out, and that's why it'll always be special.
Watery, domestic is maybe the best thing pavement's ever released. As with all pavement, it's perfection not just because of what you hear, but also because of what you don't hear.
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By Funkmeister G on April 16 2001
Format: Audio CD
In between making 2 of the best/ most important etc albums of the 90s, they were profilic boyos & put out this 12" 4 song beast. Visually, it's a "cover of a cover" as they say on the back, some obscuro 70s progrock type thing which they've scribbled to death over & when they wrote their own lyrics out they covered them up too, rendering them unreadable, maybe 1 of many REM homages. more importantly[?], musically, it opens w/ an outstanding squall of distortion that you almost question whether it's on the right speed before figuring no it's not. Lyrically I most like Lions, w/ its dismissal of modern suburban as boring & empty: "every street a straight line, every building same height". I also think the cover might make a bit of witty phallic boasting banter, figure that out for yrselves. overall a pretty good addition to the shelf.
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One of the best 10 minute albums yet seen: four very clever tracks of high energy, enjoyable Slanted-and-Enchanted-style rock packaged up nicely for those short trips to the market on Sunday... it's even got a chicken on the cover to remind you to get eggs. If you like Slanted and Enchanted, you'll love Watery, Domestic... it goes for a watered-down price too.
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By A Customer on Oct. 30 1999
Format: Audio CD
Ok, so it's got a chicken on the front and although it does have a very nice comb it doesn't really grab you, eh?!
But...It is PAVEMENt and they are Rock Gods, Why? Listen to FRONTWARDS and change your life forever.
Vote Pavement for Peace , Love and fresh free range eggs oh yeah and Alternatice rock forever!
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By A Customer on Oct. 27 1999
Format: Audio CD
If you don't like pavement, this wont change your mind. If you do like pavement, you should know that this is easily the greatest 10 minute album of all time. It's great for long car trips on I-87 or I-91, and to a lesser extent, I-95. It makes me wish it were 1992 again, when Pavement couldn't play live, but everybody loved them anyway.
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By A Customer on Oct. 15 1999
Format: Audio CD
From the initial feedback of Texas Never Whispers, to the end of Shoot the Singer, this a masterpiece, filling an EP with as much as could be found any of their albums.(And I'm not knocking any of their albums either.) Simply, Texas.... is the finest Pavement song ever written, and Lions is magnificent. Buy this single at all costs.
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