Nothing (12)Dance On The Blacktop

Label:Relapse Records – RR7394
CD, Album
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Shoegaze, Grunge


1Zero Day3:57
2Blue Line Baby4:30
3You Wind Me Up3:59
4Plastic Migraine4:44
6Hail On Palace Pier4:48
7I Hate The Flowers4:21
8The Carpenter's Son7:45
9(Hope) Is Just Another Word With A Hole In It5:48

Companies, etc.



Comes with 16-page booklet with lyrics and credits and hype label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 781676739424
  • Barcode (Printed): 7 81676 73942 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 06/27/2018 12:48:38 PM #177957 RR7394-2 327665 1 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1025

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  • cdequaker's avatar
    The 3rd album from this Philadelphia band combines dreamy vocal harmonies with the celestial rage of shoegaze/metal guitar noise—mixing beauty and muscle to devastating effect. There are absolutely gorgeous melodies here, epic strains that ride to the heavens in explosive grandeur—then quietly return to the solace of earthly warmth to finally rise up again in a resplendent eruption of angelic feedback. Includes members from Whirr, Death Of Lovers, Horror Show, XO Skeletons, Night Sins, Salvation, Camera Shy. Reminiscent of bands like My Bloody Valentine, Weed, Slowdive, Jesu, Whirr, Ringo Deathstarr, Six By Seven, Swervedriver, Radiohead, Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. Possibly their strongest album so far, Nothing’s “Dance On The Blacktop” soars with a powerful blast of effulgent melodic strength to create metallic dream music that you can bask in or pound nails with. Recommended.
    • congress_records's avatar
      Edited 5 years ago
      Really great album. Better than Tired of Tomorrow. But I gotta say I think the recording quality leaves a lot to be desired. Very muddy guitars, not powerful at all. In fact, everything (drums, bass, vocals, guitar) sounds muddled, thin and a bit weak. I thought maybe my record was bad, but I just streamed it on Spotify and it's the same issue. Normally I'm not a fan of remastered albums, but this one definitely needs a better mastering job.

      Edit: whoops, just realized the post below mine has nearly the exact same complaint as I do. Didn't mean to replicate his/her post. But hey, at least others agree and it's not just in my head


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