|Label:||Sub Pop Records|
|Add Date:||2005-06-19||Pull Date:||2005-08-21|
|Week Ending:||Aug 21||Aug 14||Aug 7||Jul 31||Jul 24||Jul 17||Jul 10||Jul 3|
|1.||Apr 18, 2023:||The Doghouse
|4.||Apr 28, 2016:||Munch Time
|2.||Apr 24, 2019:||The Fuzz Deli
|5.||Aug 27, 2015:||Meow
|3.||May 13, 2017:||Homeroom
|6.||Apr 27, 2015:||Shytown
1. So much fuzz you'll think the speakers are messed up. Ruckus. Grungy. Allegorical lyrics delivered with mix of spoken-singing and high wailing.
2. Awesome guitar solos with backwards effects.
**3. Doubled-up vocals. Conversational song. Trippy guitar solo mid song that leads into change of pace before going back.
**4. Alternates between group sing into single emphatic vocal. Suicidal lyrics—sympathetic.
**5. Purposefully saccharine. Sardonic and pretty. Flute gets neatly weaved into feedback.
6. The single. Calls out shallow art, most harshly bands mining post-punk nostalgia and producing second rate junk. Fighting words! FCC: FUCK
7. More bouncy and a little racy over nice underlying drums. Short pause midway.
8. Slower. Relationship song. Cool drum effect of building intensity, but not as interesting.
**9. Over 11 min about sex delivered with attitude and swagger. Both guitars and drums veer off in different directions but manage to converge awesomely. Sounds like frenzied improvisation. FCC: fucking (delivered fast enough you might miss it)
**10. Weaved into the end of last track. Intense but solemn and eerie.
|3.||What's Mine Is Yours||8.||Steep Air|
|4.||Jumpers||9.||Let's Call It Love|
|5.||Modern Girl||10.||Night Light|