Calling Tad's early Sub Pop material heavy is like calling a black hole dark -- you've only begun to scratch the surface. Guitars bled when Tad played them and drums were never the same. Tad had a way of coating gnarled slabs of down-tuned fuzz with shrill guitar screams that still sounds alarming. Briefly signed to a major for Inhaler (1993), the production of J Mascis cleaned up the band's noisy slobber. The album struck a nice balance between crudeness and cleanliness. Unfortunately, little they've done since has done anything to impress.
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