140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record
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150-gram double LP reissue
Newly remastered from the original stereo analog masters
Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Includes download card for 320mbps MP4 AAC Files
Weirdly enough, Dirty was considered Sonic Youth’s shiny "commercial" pop album upon release in 1992. And, with a Nevermind-era Butch Vig noticeably fattening up the New York noiseniks' singular guitar sprawl, and the singles "100%," "Sugar Kane," and "Youth Against Fascism" briefly dovetailing with grunge-era mainstream tastes, it kind of was. The radio-ready mix only makes this the most muscular-sounding entry in the band's hallowed canon, however, and Dirty still seethes with unholy noise to make your spine and synapses tingle as only Sonic Youth can.
|Orange Rolls, Angel’s Spit|
|Youth Against Fascism|
|On The Strip|