Pavement - Quarantine The Past mp3 album
Quarantine the Past, the first-ever Pavement retrospective compilation, solves this problem by providing a cheap and easy entry point to the band that represents the breadth of their songbook.
Pavement was an American indie rock band that formed in Stockton, California in 1989. The group mainly consisted of Stephen Malkmus (vocals and guitar), Scott Kannberg (guitar and vocals), Mark Ibold (bass), Steve West (drums) and Bob Nastanovich (percussion and vocals). Initially conceived as a recording project, the band at first avoided press or live performances, while attracting considerable underground attention with their early releases.
Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement comes out on March 9, 2010. The tracks span the entirety of Pavement’s career from 1989 to 1999, from the scratchy and mysterious sounds of their early vinyl-only releases to the rich, multilayered warmth of their final recordings. Simultaneously, we will be re-releasing Pavement’s complete Matador LP catalog (the 5 albums including the Watery, Domestic 12″ EP) on L(ow) P(rice) vinyl. Quarantine The Past lands in stores as Pavement embark on their first live appearances since the fall of 1999.
Pavement’s first compilation takes its title from a lyric Stephen Malkmus sings on Gold Soundz, a line about how you can never quarantine the past - which, of course, is precisely what a retrospective like this intends to do, to present a nice, tidy overview to accompany the group’s 2010 reunion.
Pavement were one of the most successful indie-rock bands of the ‘90s, an era dominated by groups that were never quite sure what to do with commercial success. The remaining choices are a random assortment of the band’s casual greatness. Singer Stephen Malkmus delivered an uncomfortable reluctance with singing that wasn’t sure of itself, while his lyrics mocked himself, his band, and the world that only became more absurd the more it paid attention to the band’s scattershot genius
Quarantine the Past - The Best of Pavement (Remastered), 2010. Quarantine the Past - The Best of Pavement (Remastered), 2010.
Pavement - Fight This Generation (04:24, 320Kb/s). Pavement - Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence (03:51, 320Kb/s). Pavement - Trigger Cut, Wounded Kite at :17 (03:16, 320Kb/s). Pavement - Heaven Is A Truck (02:30, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Quarantine The Past: The Best Of Pavement (2010).
In fact, Wowee Zowee is the only album of their five-year string of near-perfection (92-97) that finds itself ill represented (and I’m afraid the foam at the mouths of its diehard supporters will more than likely be out in full force). No, this is a little bit more thought out then simply a singles and favourites collection, a trait that is perhaps surprising coming from a band that derived most of its charm from sounding like they were making it up along the way; carefree at their best, carefree at their worst
|A3||Mellow Jazz Docent|
|A5||In The Mouth A Desert|
|B1||Cut Your Hair|
|B2||Shady Lane / J Vs. S|
|C1||Summer Babe (Winter Version)|
|C5||Shoot The Singer (1 Sick Verse)|
|C6||Spit On A Stranger|
|D1||Heaven Is A Truck|
|D2||Trigger Cut / Wounded-Kite At :17|
|D5||Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence|
|D6||Fight This Generation|
- Art Direction – Mark Ohe, Pavement
- Compiled By – Jesper Eklow, Pavement
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
NotesAlso known as "Quarantine The Past: Greatest Hits 1989-1999".
A career-spanning compilation of remastered tracks from their 5 full-length albums, early 7-inch singles and other miscellanea.
Insert with song-titles and credits.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 744861090014
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