Nadja / When I See The Sun Always Shines On Tv
Album: When I See The Sun Always Shines On Tv   Collection:General
Artist:Nadja   Added:May 2009
Label:The End Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2009-05-10 Pull Date: 2009-07-12
Week Ending: Jul 12 Jul 5 Jun 28 Jun 21 Jun 14 Jun 7 May 31 May 24
Airplays: 5 4 4 1 3 4 7 3

Recent Airplay
1. Oct 01, 2022: Music Casserole
Dead Skin Mask
4. Sep 21, 2021: Virtually Happy (rebroadcast from Jun 15, 2021)
Needle In The Hay
2. Mar 04, 2022: Virtually Happy (rebroadcast from Mar 1, 2022)
Long Dark Twenties
5. Jun 15, 2021: Virtually Happy
Needle In The Hay
3. Mar 01, 2022: Virtually Happy
Long Dark Twenties
6. Mar 27, 2019: Brownian Motion
Only Shallow

Album Review
Your Imaginary Friend
Reviewed 2009-05-08
Q: What if Kevin Shields hadn’t been killed on the last space shuttle launch? Q: Whats better than Nadja? Whats better than My Bloody Valentine, Codiene, Swans, Slayer, The Cure, et al.? How about a CD with Nadja doing incredible covers of all their songs. That’s what you’ve got here. If this synopsis isn’t enough to lure you into playing this on the air then go back to your pre-recorded familiar programming, as you might possibly not “get it” at kzsu. All songs desnse with fuzz, slow and mindful and the predecessor to suicide. Very different for Nadja.

1) MBV’s “Only Shallow”, only on better narcotics, holy fucking shit!!
2) Codeine: slowed and drugged out, fuzzy and beautiful
3) unrecognizable as Swans, and that’s a good thing , slow and drugged
4) Slayer: another doomy but pretty piece
5) A. ha.:melodic, song-like with chorus/versus feel
6) Elliiot Smith: slow kinda 90’s industrial goth feel, ES rocking and rolling in his grave!
7) Kid in the Hall: slow head bob to this, nice feel, almost indie rock for ya’
8) The Cure’s “Fiath”, arguably his best song. Yes a major undertaking (pun intended). ust fucking beautiful

Track Listing
1. Only Shallow   5. The Sun Always Shines On Tv
2. Pea   6. Needle In The Hay
3. No Cure For The Lonely   7. Long Dark Twenties
4. Dead Skin Mask   8. Faith