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Sonic Youth 9/26/1995

Review

After the regressive, low-key Experimental Jet Set, Trash & No Star, Sonic Youth appeared to be floundering somewhat, but Washing Machine erased any notion that the band had run out of things to say. Easily their most adventurous, challenging, and best record since Daydream Nation, the album finds Sonic Youth returning to the fearless exploration of their SST records, but the group has found a way to work that into tighter song structures. Not only are the songs more immediate than most of the material on their earlier records, the sound here is warm and open, making Washing Machine their most mature and welcoming record to date. It's not a commercial record, nor is it a pop record, but Washing Machine encompasses everything that made Sonic Youth innovators, and shows that they can continue to grow, finding new paths inside their signature sound. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Becuz [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 2:19
  3. 2 Junkie's Promise [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:2
  4. 3 Saucer-Like [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:26
  5. 4 Washing Machine [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 9:34
  6. 5 Unwind [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 6:3
  7. 6 Little Trouble Girl [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:26
  8. 7 No Queen Blues [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:33
  9. 8 Panty Lies [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:15
  10. 9 [Untitled] Sonic Youth 2:49
  11. 10 Skip Tracer [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 4:13
  12. 11 The Diamond Sea [Live Classics] Sonic Youth 19:34

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