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Here's Where the Strings Come In

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Superchunk 9/19/1995

Review

Without changing their tensely wound, post-Hüsker Dü punk-pop style at all, Superchunk sound completely weary on Here's Where the Strings Come In. No longer do their nervous, amateurish songs sound energetic -- they sound tired and broken. This actually results in some really interesting music, as Mac McCaughan tries to reconcile his broken spirits with his passion for punk. These songs tend to have more resonance than by-the-books rave-ups like "Hyper Enough," no matter how well those are written, and they suggest that Superchunk may be better off if they decide to revamp their signature sound completely. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Hyper Enough Superchunk 3:30
  3. 2 Silver Leaf and Snowy Tears Superchunk 5:16
  4. 3 Yeah, It's Beautiful Here Too Superchunk 3:45
  5. 4 Iron On Superchunk 3:52
  6. 5 Sunshine State Superchunk 5:0
  7. 6 Detroit Has a Skyline Superchunk 2:49
  8. 7 Eastern Terminal Superchunk 5:54
  9. 8 Animated Airplanes over Germany Superchunk 4:13
  10. 9 Green Flowers, Blue Fish Superchunk 3:51
  11. 10 Here's Where the Strings Come In Superchunk 3:52
  12. 11 Certain Stars Superchunk 5:54

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