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8 thoughts on “ Skip Steps 1 & 3 - Superchunk - No Pocky For Kitty (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jun 05,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl Vinyl release of No Pocky For Kitty on Discogs. Label: Merge Records - MRG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered Blue Vinyl • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Indie Rock/5(5).
  2. Shop No Pocky For Kitty Records at The Sound of Vinyl Now. Free U.S. Shipping on Orders over $ Exclusive Music, Collectibles, Gifts and More.
  3. Where Superchunk's self-titled debut otherwise failed to live up to the brilliance of its anti-anthem centerpiece "Slack Motherfucker," the follow-up No Pocky for Kitty is a complete and fully realized statement of purpose -- opening with the dizzying "Skip Steps 1 & 3," the disc never lets up for a second, crackling with an energy and breathless abandon that underlines the sheer exuberance at Price: $
  4. Artist: Superchunk. The LP reissue is on gm vinyl and includes a coupon for an MP3 download of the entire album. © DirectToU LLC. Title: No Pocky for Kitty.
  5. No Pocky is the venith of all an indie rock band can aspire to be on one album. As Nirvana walked on the sidewalk of music culture in the early '90s, Superchunk was Throwing Things down on them, from the treetops of DIY. If you don't understand, listen to the album and be re-born. Thanks for the flashback/5(8).
  6. Superchunk to a huge lead forward with the release of 'No Pocky For Kitty'. While like their first album its clear what the band's musical influences are, on this album those influences don't dictate Superchunk's sound, they turn it into something if not unique then very individual. The other major difference from the their first album is the /5(8).
  7. No Pocky for Kitty is the second studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. It was recorded April 21–23, , at the Chicago Recording Company by Steve Albini and released on Matador Records in , and reissued by Merge Records in /5(7).
  8. No Pocky for Kitty, an Album by Superchunk. Released 17 August on Merge (catalog no. MRGR; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Punk Rock.

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