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8 thoughts on “ Antenna - Sonic-Youth* - The Eternal (CD, Album)

  1. The Eternal is the fifteenth and final studio album by American alternative rock band Sonic Youth, released on June 9, by Matador Records, their first and only on that was their first studio album in three years (since Rather Ripped), making it the band's longest delay between studio albums.. The album peaked at No. 18 on the Billboard and was the band's highest charting Genre: Indie rock, experimental rock.
  2. If anyone thought Sonic Youth were getting a little too comfortable, The Eternal proved they weren't afraid of change, even as they closed in on 30 years of making music together. The Eternal is Sonic Youth's first album for legendary indie label Matador Records after a nearly year stint with Geffen Records, which dovetails nicely with the fact that this is also the band's first album with 8/
  3. Jun 09,  · As a Sonic Youth fan since high school when I first heard Sister count me in the camp who feel that Sonic Youth have gotten better with age. 3 out of their last 4 albums (Murray Street, Rather Ripped, The Eternal) are among the SY albums that I play the most/5(69).
  4. Jan 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sonic-Youth* - The Eternal at Discogs. Complete your Sonic-Youth* collection/5().
  5. Antenna This song is by Sonic Youth and appears on the album The Eternal (). This song is featured in the television series Gossip Girl. My darling cruises the streets for pleasure Skyscrapers in the dead love dawn Throbbing blood mind selfless creature Forever yours and then she's gone Radios play nothing when she's far away TV antenna, nothing gone to waste Radio transmitting.
  6. After years on Geffen Records, Sonic Youth return to an indie label with their sixteenth studio album. "The Eternal" is a supercharged rocker, recalling aspects of the Evol-Sister-Daydream Nation holy trinity, but with cleaner, louder production and more straightforward momentum/5(71).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the gram Vinyl release of The Eternal on Discogs.
  8. Jun 03,  · The final studio album in Sonic Youth’s three-decade career, The Eternal is an unusually explosive swan song. Not since Dirty had the band crafted such a consistently punchy collection. With Pavement bassist Mark Ibold providing extra ballast, the crunchy opener “Sacred Trickster” heralds the barrage of high-powered riffage found in “Poison Arrow,” “Calming the Snake,” .

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