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Tracklist

Shine
Never
Van McCoy
Spear
Motionless
2nd Song
Nguyan
Coat
So Sour
Sãdãvia
60,000 Lbs
Hit Me
Line Crush
Cleaner

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    Cover of Motionless, 1993, VinylMotionless
    LP, Album
    Amphetamine Reptile Records – AMREP 020, Amphetamine Reptile Records – ARR 43/289USA & Europe1993USA & Europe1993
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 1993, CDMotionless
    CD, Album
    Amphetamine Reptile Records – ARRCD 43/289Europe1993Europe1993
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 1993, CDMotionless
    CD, Album
    Boomba Rec – BOOMBA 005-2Germany1993Germany1993
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 1993, CassetteMotionless
    Cassette, Album
    Amphetamine Reptile Records – AMREP 020US1993US1993
    New Submission
    Cover of Motionless, 1993, CDMotionless
    CD, Album
    Amphetamine Reptile Records – AMREP 020US1993US1993
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 1994, CassetteMotionless
    Cassette, Album
    OUTside (3) – ARR MC 005Poland1994Poland1994
    New Submission
    Cover of Motionless, 2003, CDMotionless
    CD, Album, Reissue
    Pale Blue – pale blue 003France2003France2003
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 2013-10-14, VinylMotionless
    LP, Album, Reissue, White
    Vicious Circle (2) – REVERB128LPEurope2013Europe2013
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Motionless, 2013-10-14, FileMotionless
    17×File, MP3, 320 kbps
    Vicious Circle (2) – noneEurope2013Europe2013
    New Submission

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    • HighwireDays's avatar
      HighwireDays
      Three songs stick with me and are, in my opinion, essential noise rock songs of this very elite & competitive era for great noise rock: “Shine,” “Never,” & “Spear.” “Shine” brilliantly opens the disc with a quiet-then-very-loud onslaught, much like PJ Harvey did on her essential LP of this same year, Rid Of Me. “Never” has careening surf-blues-noise riffage; “Spear” starts with unforgettable rapid-fire drumming before settling into a groovy stoner metal jam before the cool drumming makes a brief return.
      My problem with this album is the over-reliance on simple, slightly-mutated bluesy rock rather than more ambitious & angular ingredients as used by, say, Unwound on their debut platter from, yup… 1993. (Actually, their first, even more brutal mini-album was recorded in ‘92 but not released until ‘95.) So aside from those three great cuts I mentioned, the rest of this album comes off more like Come, Violent Green, or some of the also-rans from Sub Pop’s stable.
      • swallowtales's avatar
        swallowtales
        Having now owned both, original is far superior to this reissue. Way less noisy, sounds better, and the cover is a lot prettier imo. Go for an original.
        • noisecollector's avatar
          Pressing is a bit noisy. Cant' compare to an original copy but it doesn't sound worse than the Cd IMHO.
          Music is great.

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