Released: May 1994
Label: Sub Pop Records
This raw and deliriously good debut album from the Seattle band has garnered hosts of similar sounding acts in its' wake. It's a tightly constructed album of loud and soft dynamics, moderation followed by catharsis. Most convincing are Jeremy Enigk's raspy vocals, which sound like a man in need of some sort of therapy.
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