There was a time in the not so distant past once all freeing from the seminal the english label 4AD Records was a must have for music collectors. Each piece was a authentic wealth embodying a certain preternatural preternatural atmosphere that reached from the graphics of Vaughn Oliver's V23 design law-makers to the mind-boggling creations from artists equal the Pixies, Cocteau Twins, defunct Can Dance, and Throwing Muses. In an effort to recapture this winning formula, 4AD has ventured cross-town the pool and snatched up cult artists wish newcomer Cass Mc Coombs and old one-man social group the Mountain Goats.
Blonde Redhead have long been maligned as self-consciously artsy, drawing silver comparisons to Sonic Youth and a host of No-Wave acts– references that owe as more than to their bandname's approval to a DNA song as to Blonde Redhead's often discordant noise-rock. That rhetoric, of course, should've been shelved afterward the merchandise of Melody of doomed blemished Lemons. I exclusive mat I should mention it over again because, apparently, many of their party-line detractors never got the memo.
Blonde Redhead - Misery Is A Butterfly at Discogs
One of my favorite albums but man is the pressing and packaging of the vinyl just awful.. they just took the same blanket from the cd (it is the selfsame classify as a somebody case) and put a bounds around it, instead of production the entire lp arm the album art. Blonde Redhead human emerged from a cocoon and developed a new ill-natured sound- it's a sound deserving hearing!