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Pavement: Slanted and Enchanted
Pavement: Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Pavement: Wowee Zowee
Pavement: Brighten the Corners
Pavement: Terror Twilight
Pavement: Quarantine the Past: The Best of Pavement
Pavement: Westing (By Musket & Sextant)


1 We Dance
2 Rattled by the Rush
3 Black Out
4 Brinx Job
5 Grounded
6 Serpentine Pad
7 Motion Suggests Itself
8 Father to a Sister of Thought
9 Extradition
10 Best Friend's Arm
11 Grave Architecture
12 AT & T
13 Flux = Rad
14 Fight This Generation
15 Kennel District
16 Pueblo
17 Half a Canyon
18 Western Homes
Wowee Zowee
DATE ISSUED: 1995
MATADOR RECORDS



The 3rd (or 4th) album by Pavement is a thoughtful and challenging work, certain to thrill & confound the hundreds of thousands of rock fans previously enraptured by ‘Crooked Rain’ and ‘Slanted & Enchanted.’ Recorded at Easley County Jail, Memphis, Pavement speak out for the first time since their incarceration. Here, as Pavement wait to be judged, we hear the human side of these musicians and public figures as they respond to some of the more than three dozen letters they have received. Here at last Pavement talk about their innocence, their ex-wives and their children. They discuss their feelings about the media, justice, religion and racism. American icons long before the events of ’94 brought them notoriety and an invitation to “The Tonight Show,” this is your chance to hear Pavement’s very personal message.


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