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Tom Violence - Sonic Youth - EVOL (CD, Album)

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  1. Sonic Youth debuted the new EVOL material live on April 12th, in Austin, TX -- later released officially via Sonic Death. "EVOL" was released on vinyl/cassette in May, and they toured Europe in May and June, performing the bulk of the album ("In The Kingdom #19" and "Bubblegum" were never played live) and choice cuts from the previous records.

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  2. A live performance of “Expressway to Yr. Skull” in at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY. If “Tom Violence” is the condensed abstract of Sonic Youth’s song-writing abilities on Evol.

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  3. This item: Evol by Sonic Youth Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Tom Violence. Tom Violence. Listen Now $ 2. Shadow of a Doubt. One of my first sonic youth albums that I had - the first one I had was a cassette. It got me through a lot of times/5(53).

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  4. Shelley, still a fresh-faced Michigan transplant to N.Y.C., joined the band on EVOL, replacing ex-Pussy Galore drummer Bob Bert, whose trash can percussion added some of the roughness to earlier Sonic Youth albums. While EVOL is still an album steeped in the noise and collage aesthetic the band grew from (most notable in the tape experiments.

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  5. "Tom Violence" is the only song here that isn't a bit noisy/has trippy guitars in it, but still is one of the best songs on the album. Simple and brilliant. This album is a great starter to Sonic Youth, if you like this, go right away with Daydream Nation.

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  6. Tom Violence Lyrics. 2. Shadow of a EVOL is the third studio album by Sonic Youth. The album was released in May and was the band’s first album on SST Records, a very influential label.

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  7. "The third studio album by Sonic Youth, originally released in May on SST Records, shows the first signs that the band was ready to transform their no wave past into a greater alternative rock sensibility. “EVOL mark[s] the true departure point of Sonic Youth’s musical evolution,” says Pitchfork, who place the album in the #31 slot of their Top Albums of The s. “In.

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