Label: Matador - OLE 236-2 • Format: CD EP • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
12". CD. Boomkat Product Review: Soft Effects, the legendary EP, available on vinyl for the first time since "Soft Effects is released as part of the Slay On Cue series, which will see the reissue of the band’s first eight records in original editions - Telephono (), Soft Effects EP (), A Series Of Sneaks (), Girls Can Tell (), Kill The Moonlight (), Gimme Fiction (), Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga .
"Soft Effects" is a slightly softer album, and as the album title states, Spoon started integrating more elaborate arrangements of soft guitar sounds, drums and vocal effects. Songs like "Waiting for the Kid to Come Out" demonstrate Spoon's ability to use soft-to-loud chord dynamics.4/5(13).
· Soft Effects by Spoon, released 21 January 1. Mountain To Sound 2. Waiting For The Kid To Come Out 3. I Could See The Dude 4. Get Out The State 5. Loss Leaders You can purchase this album on vinyl or CD at
· Soft Effects EP, an EP by Spoon. Released 21 January on Matador (catalog no. OLE ; CD). Genres: Indie Rock/5(7).
Spoon's debut album Telephono and follow-up EP Soft Effects have been reissued together ten years after the former's release and it's a pleasant revisit to the band's early, more raucous indie rock, alive with strains of Pavement, Wire, and even The Replacements. Telephono is a solid, well-written rock n' roll album that holds up well today, with the gut punch of "Not Turning Off" and the edgy "Don't Buy The .
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