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180-gram black vinyl
Album download included
Glacial Pace reissue of this long out-of-print title from 1996, marking its first release on vinyl!
The music Modest Mouse makes has always been informed by the climate and geography that make the Northwest an eerie, lovely place. Oceans, mountains, and mercilessly unbroken periods of rain manifest in the music, at times heartbreaking ("Edit the Sad Parts"), at others, the musical equivalent of a post office shooting spree ("Tundra/Desert"), writes AllMusic.
"Interstate 8 is one of the band's first releases with any element of production, abandoning the sound of the psychotic disjointed 4-track confessionals Tube-Fruit, All Smiles and Chocolate and Uncle Bunny Faces. Containing five 'studio' recordings and 6 live recordings from Isaac Brock's garage in Issaquah, (although the live section is titled 'Live in Sunburst Montana'), the EP clocks in at 56 minutes of raw, emotional, crooked independent rock." — Sputnik Music
|1. Interstate 8|
|2. All Night Diner|
|3. Sleepwalking (Couples Only Dance Prom Night)|
|5. Edit the Sad Parts|