Pavement / Quarantine The Past
Album:Quarantine The Past Collection:General
Artist:Pavement Added:Mar 2010
Label:Matador Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2010-04-11 Pull Date:2010-06-13 
Week Ending:Jun 13Jun 6May 30May 23May 16May 9May 2Apr 25

Recent Airplay
1.Dec 10, 2019:Magnetized Toner
Range Life
4.Sep 24, 2018:regular school / summer skool
Shady Lane / J Vs. S
2.Mar 13, 2019:The Nick & James Show
Shoot The Singer (1 Sick Verse)
5.Oct 27, 2017:Quite Gnarly
3.Jan 23, 2019:The Nick & James Show
Embassy Row, Box Elder
6.Oct 13, 2017:Quite Gnarly
Gold Soundz

Album Review
Andy S
Reviewed 2010-04-04 
Slack-rock at its very best. Loose and calm to the point of laziness, with striking emotivity that sneaks up on you out of nowhere. Remember when Weezer had that cool shy-angsty-loser thing going on? Here's a band getting that right and sustaining it across some pretty different styles. Can't go wrong with anything on here, but my picks: 10, 4, 1, 8, 7, 17. FCC: 3, 13, 21.

**1 - Summery and wistful with pleading vocals
*2 - Bee-Thousand-Era GBV instrumentals with great lo-fi growl on the bass/guitar
3 - FCC: "fucked" easily avoidable, just fade out a few seconds before the end; grungy, alt-rock guitar pangs
**4 - Rambling talking/sing-song vocals over bass into rocking choruses; fun as hell and distinct as they come
5 - Long twangy guitar intro, darker and very Pixies-reminiscent
6 - Blues-rock number, kind of a brit-punk bite to the vocals
**7 - Bright and cheery but intense; great falsetto "ooh" hooks; indie culture commentary
**8 - Grooving build-up at beginning, jangly R.E.M. guitar parts; ends at -1:12, then a slower instrumental jam
*9 - Calm and dreamy, almost sounds like a Galaxie 500 cover
**10 - Raging power-pop rock-out; all kinds of California name-dropping
11 - Downbeat and slower with big guitar
*12 - Snarling, with low distorted guitar, and relatively subdued until breakthrough at toward end
*13 - FCC: "fuck"; Grateful Dead instrumentation, folky and longing
*14 - Could very easily pass as Guided by Voices; catchy power-pop with distorted vocals
15 - Murky guitar rock with a skate-punk vibe
16 - Modest Mouse; subdued guitar, alternately mellow/exasperated vocals
**17 - Mellow, swooning, catchy pop; weird intro, great baritone backing vox on chorus
*18 - Slowed-down, quieted bar-rock with jankily folky instrumentation
19 - More GBV power-pop with drawn-out build-ups; ends -0:24 followed by quick jam
*20 - Mellow opening stretch picks up to darker guitar-rock
21 - FCC: "fuck"; Simple, electric folk song; great bright guitar riffs
*22 - Dark anthem about R.E.M.: hilarious and awesome for R.E.M. fans; long, strange outro starts about -0:45
23 - Sonic Youth; low, snarling start, long build-up w/ anti-climax

Track Listing
1.Gold Soundz 12.Summer Babe (Winter Version)
2.Frontwards 13.Range Life
3.Mellow Jazz Docent 14.Date W/ Ikea
4.Stereo 15.Debris Slide
5.In The Mouth A Desert 16.Shoot The Singer (1 Sick Verse)
6.Two States 17.Spit On A Stranger
7.Cut Your Hair 18.Heaven Is A Truck
8.Shady Lane / J Vs. S 19.Trigger Cut / Wounded-Kite At :17
9.Here 20.Embassy Row
10.Unfair 21.Box Elder
11.Grounded 22.Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence
 23.Fight This Generation