After years on Geffen Records, Sonic Youth return to an indie label with their sixteenth studio album. The Eternal is a supercharged rocker, recalling aspects of the Evol-Sister-Daydream Nation holy trinity, but with cleaner, louder production and more straightforward momentum.
After years on Geffen Records, Sonic Youth return to an indie label with their sixteenth studio album. The Eternal is a supercharged rocker, recalling aspects of the Evol-Sister-Daydream Nation holy trinity, but with cleaner, louder production and more straightforward momentum.
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Format: CD
Label: MATADOR RECORDS
Catalog: 108292
Rel. Date: 06/09/2009
UPC: 744861082927

Eternal
Artist: Sonic Youth
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Sacred Trickster
2. Anti-Orgasm
3. Leaky Lifeboat [For Gregory Corso]
4. Antenna
5. What We Know
6. Calming the Snake
7. Poison Arrow
8. Malibu Gas Station
9. Thunderclap for Bobby Pyn
10. No Way
11. Walkin Blue
12. Massage the History

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After years on Geffen Records, Sonic Youth return to an indie label with their sixteenth studio album. The Eternal is a supercharged rocker, recalling aspects of the Evol-Sister-Daydream Nation holy trinity, but with cleaner, louder production and more straightforward momentum.

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''The Eternal'' is the sixteenth studio album by Sonic Youth, released by Matador Records on June 9, 2009, their first on that label. It is their first studio album in three years (since ''Rather Ripped''), making it the band's longest delay between studio albums. The album was released digitally, on CD, and as a double LP, in both a standard and a "Buy Early Get Now" (BEGN) edition.

The cover art was painted by John Fahey. The album is dedicated to Ron Asheton. - Wikipedia

 

After years on Geffen Records, Sonic Youth return to an indie label with their sixteenth studio album. "The Eternal" is a supercharged rocker, recalling aspects of the Evol-Sister-Daydream Nation holy trinity, but with cleaner, louder production and more straightforward momentum. With Pavement's Mark Ibold joining on bass, and producer John Agnello back at the controls, "The Eternal" takes the melodic songwriting of 2006's "Rather Ripped" and slams down the accelerator pedal.