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An expanded and remastered 25th anniversary edition of the mythical Olympia, Washington, trio's out of print singles and compilation tracks, A Single History 1991-2001 gathers odds and ends from across Unwound's first decade. From their earliest post-hardcore squeals on "Crab Nebula" to the dub-inspired death march of "Behold The Salt," this 23-track double LP fills in the distorted gaps of their initial seven album run."I'd rather eat decomposed fish than listen to this."-Pitchfork
An expanded and remastered 25th anniversary edition of the mythical Olympia, Washington, trio's out of print singles and compilation tracks, A Single History 1991-2001 gathers odds and ends from across Unwound's first decade. From their earliest post-hardcore squeals on "Crab Nebula" to the dub-inspired death march of "Behold The Salt," this 23-track double LP fills in the distorted gaps of their initial seven album run."I'd rather eat decomposed fish than listen to this."-Pitchfork
825764129732
Unwound - Single History: 1991-2001 [Colored Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NUMERO
Rel. Date: 06/21/2024
UPC: 825764129732

Single History: 1991-2001 [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Unwound
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $34.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. You Speak Jealousy
2. Stumbling Block
3. Crab Nebula
4. Caterpillar
5. Miserific Condition
6. Eternalux
7. New Radio Hit
8. Broken E-Strings
9. Totality 1
10. MK Ultra 1
11. Negated 1
12. Said Serial 1
13. Census 1
14. Plight 1
15. Seen Not Heard 1
16. Mile Me Deaf 1
17. Solo Sonata 1
18. The Light at the End of the Tunnel Is a Train 1
19. Corpse Pose (Single Version) [Single Version] 2
20. Everything Is Weird 2
21. Torch Song 2
22. Laszlo 2
23. Behold the Salt

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An expanded and remastered 25th anniversary edition of the mythical Olympia, Washington, trio's out of print singles and compilation tracks, A Single History 1991-2001 gathers odds and ends from across Unwound's first decade. From their earliest post-hardcore squeals on "Crab Nebula" to the dub-inspired death march of "Behold The Salt," this 23-track double LP fills in the distorted gaps of their initial seven album run."I'd rather eat decomposed fish than listen to this."-Pitchfork
        
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