Sonic Youth - Washing Machine
NME.COM feature on Sonic Youth - Washing Machine album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 01 April 1999
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- Junkie's Promise
- Washing Machine
- Little Trouble Girl
- No Queen Blues
- Panty Lies
- Becuz Coda
- Skip Tracer
- The Diamond Sea
Sex, anger and more twists and turns than ever – c’mon, what did you expect?
- Jun 2, 2009
- Jul 13, 2007
- Jul 2, 2002
Guitarist will stage workshop on October 28 at New York’s Other Music.
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Frontman tells east London audience: 'We're keeping things bookish tonight'
Sonic Youth - Washing Machine: Wikipedia Album Entry
Sonic Youth's eleventh album "Washing Machine" is the first record to almost exclusively feature Kim Gordon on guitar rather than bass, and contains some of their lengthiest material since "Goo" and "Daydream Nation", including the epic "The Diamond Sea" which drifts onward for an unprecedented 20 minutes, still the longest track on any Sonic Youth album (excluding the SYR releases). Incidentally, "The Diamond Sea" would prove to be one of the band's most popular songs, and it along with Sonic Youth's headlining spot on the summer Lollapalooza tour would introduce legions of new fans to their music. "Washing Machine" peaked at #39 on the UK Album Chart.
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