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Sebadoh's 1994 album, Bakesale, was the band's fifth full-length album, arguably their best and certainly their most acclaimed. The album expanded the band's sound well beyond the lo-fi, mostly acoustic sound of their prior releases, using killer rock tunes and powerful production to create an absolute stunner of an album. This 30th anniversary, limited colored-vinyl edition on silver-metallic vinyl contains the 2011 remaster of the album, which was overseen by Sebadoh's Lou Barlow and Jason Loewenstein.
Sebadoh's 1994 album, Bakesale, was the band's fifth full-length album, arguably their best and certainly their most acclaimed. The album expanded the band's sound well beyond the lo-fi, mostly acoustic sound of their prior releases, using killer rock tunes and powerful production to create an absolute stunner of an album. This 30th anniversary, limited colored-vinyl edition on silver-metallic vinyl contains the 2011 remaster of the album, which was overseen by Sebadoh's Lou Barlow and Jason Loewenstein.
098787094435
Sebadoh - Bakesale - Silver-Metallic [Colored Vinyl] (Slv) [Reissue]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SUB POP
Rel. Date: 08/30/2024
UPC: 098787094435

Bakesale - Silver-Metallic [Colored Vinyl] (Slv) [Reissue]
Artist: Sebadoh
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. License to Confuse
2. Careful
3. Magnet's Coil
4. Not a Friend
5. Not Too Amused
6. Dreams
7. Skull
8. Got It
9. S. Soup 1
10. Give Up 1
11. Rebound 1
12. Mystery Man 1
13. Temptation Tide 1
14. Drama Mine 1
15. Together or Alone

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Sebadoh's 1994 album, Bakesale, was the band's fifth full-length album, arguably their best and certainly their most acclaimed. The album expanded the band's sound well beyond the lo-fi, mostly acoustic sound of their prior releases, using killer rock tunes and powerful production to create an absolute stunner of an album. This 30th anniversary, limited colored-vinyl edition on silver-metallic vinyl contains the 2011 remaster of the album, which was overseen by Sebadoh's Lou Barlow and Jason Loewenstein.
        
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