Thurston Moore ‎– The Best Day

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OLE 1062-1 Thurston Moore The Best Day (2xLP, Album) Matador OLE 1062-1 UK & Europe 2014 Sell This Version
OLE 1062-1 Thurston Moore The Best Day (2xLP, Album) Matador OLE 1062-1 USA & Canada 2014 Sell This Version
OLE 1062-2 Thurston Moore The Best Day (CD, Album) Matador OLE 1062-2 UK & Europe 2014 Sell This Version
OLE 1062-2 Thurston Moore The Best Day (CD, Album) Matador OLE 1062-2 US 2014 Sell This Version
OLE 1062-2 Thurston Moore The Best Day (CD, Album, Promo) Matador OLE 1062-2 US 2014 Sell This Version
HSE-60186 Thurston Moore The Best Day(CD, Album, Dig) Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSE-60186 Japan 2014 Sell This Version

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yaroslavra

yaroslavra

February 9, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Best Day , 2xLP, Album, OLE 1062-1
lots of pops, clicks, especially on sides A and B. not pretty comfortable with that.
cristianHa

cristianHa

October 8, 2016
referencing The Best Day , 2xLP, Album, OLE 1062-1

Great band. I had the pleasure of seeing them live. Very tight sound and great musical chemistry This album is beautiful and sounds great on vinyl. No faults on my copy.
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

May 19, 2015
referencing The Best Day , CD, Album, OLE 1062-2
Great was the noiserockband Sonic Youth in 2011 because of grief when personal problems with it for the time being stopped. But at the guitar in 30 years of violence, with which the Quartet had built up an almost unassailable reputation, came happy to no end. The band members started immediately to new convincing (solo) projects, such as Body/Head and Chelsea Light Moving. Comparisons to Sonic Youth, however, were inevitable, because the new music quite in line with the influential band lay. Also singer/guitarist Thurston Moore to escape on The Best Day, his first solo album since the ending of Sonic Youth and fourth in total. The characteristic barbed wire solos and strange chords are present in full glory again. The same is true of drummer Steve Shelley that on a number of tracks sit down and that half of his old band is restored again. The Best Day on the other hand, contains little noise and even supports to a large extent on the acoustic style of Moore's previous solo album Demolished Thoughts (2011). This is The Best Day to be very recognizable, but luckily no uninspired repetitive exercise.