Canadian Power Pop Part 2 - Sloan - Twice Removed 1994 (Flac)
A far superior effort to Sloan's scattershot debut, 1994's Twice Removed
is a clever and varied collection of smart and catchy pop songs.
Without the grunge-era production that smothered some of the best songs
the sparkling wit of the lyrics and catchy directness of the melodies
shine through. All four members write and sing, which accounts for the
variation between songs like the punkish opener, "Penpals," and the
chiming guitars and "ba-ba-ba" chorus of the sublime "People of the
Sky," the highest of the album's high points.
Other goodies include the
puckish media slam "I Hate My Generation" and the dreamy, largely
acoustic closer, "I Can Feel It," with its harmonies by Jale's Jennifer Pierce. Not everything works quite so well -- the seven-minute "Before I Do" is at least two and a half minutes too long -- but Twice Removed was the first indication that Sloan was more than Canada's answer to the Lemonheads.(allmusic.com)
I always loved Sloan since the first song and if i listen to Sloan here and now it's still the same.
If you like drivin' guitars and a special kind of nineties power pop/alternative you are right here.
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