Perversion - Stereolab - Peng! (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Fegar
    Stereolab Peng! () Really a great debut, full of hazy, shoegaze-ish pop music. Don't skip past this one. Really a great debut, full of hazy, shoegaze-ish pop music. Don't skip past this one. 7: 7. Stereolab Margerine Eclipse () Really consistent album of *made up term alert* elasti-pop. I dunno, that just sounds like the right descriptor.
  2. Kazragis
    May 28,  · While grunge was peaking, Britpop was winding down, and hip-hop was in the midst of being codified as pop's lingua franca, Stereolab were just getting warmed up in pursuit of a .
  3. Tarr
    Listen free to Stereolab – Peng! (Super Falling Star, Orgiastic and more). 11 tracks (). Peng! is the first full length album from Stereolab, originally released in It showcases an eclectic variety of styles, from experimental pop to Krautrock to lounge. Release details LP/CD/MC Too Pure Cat No: Pure 11 Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue.
  4. Mazular
    Feb 10,  · Stereolab album by album thread anyone? Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by matthew5, Dec 8, Peng 33 Perversion Seeming & Meaning Stomach Worm Not Adult Orientated Jenny Ondioline Harmonium Mountain Someone put that song on a cassette mix for me at the time: a lovely track.
  5. Kajile
    Peng! Was the debut album by Stereolab. It was originally released in It featured all the hallmarks of their sound which was driven by rhythm guitar, vintage keyboards, a motorik beat and Laetitia Sadier’s part-Nico-part-ethereal vocals. They were influenced as much by the sunshine pop of The Free Design as the were the experimental.
  6. Kazitaxe
    Peng (LP) Stereolab Groop Played Space Age (LP) Stereolab The Groop Played "Space Age Batchelor Pad Music" [ Issue] (LP) Stereolab Perversion. Stereolab 6. You Little Shits. Stereolab Side B Titles. Artist. Length. 1. The Seeming and the Meaning.
  7. Dot
    Recorded in London, England in April Originally released in , PENG! is the second full-length album by sonic experimentalists Stereolab. Sometimes jam-packed with thundering keyboards and driving drums, at other times ethereal, airy and light, PENG! captures this thinking man's band at the early stages of its prolific career/5(11).
  8. Tojazilkree
    With its full-length debut Peng!, Stereolab continued to develop a unique approach to experimental pop music, building on the seriously playful mix of Krautrock, dream pop, and lounge forged on the band's early singles. The album's first three tracks present the basic kinds of songs that the band would explore in the future: the tense, brooding "Super Falling Star" builds on simple keyboard 7/
  9. Kajigrel
    Stereolab's album and song titles occasionally reference avant-garde groups and artists. Gane said that the title of their album Cobra and Phases Group contains the names of two Surrealist organisations, " CoBrA " and "Phases Group", [71] The title of the song "Brakhage" from Dots and Loops (), is a nod to experimental filmmaker.

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