Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop
TRACK LISTING: — 1. Out Of Focus — 2. Foot — 3. Damaged — 4. See Your Mind — 5. Side (With You) — 6. Cool School (Trane Of Thought) — 7. Sometimes — 8. Blonde — 9. Dayglo — 10. 23 Modern Stories — NOTES: Released 1/1/92. LP made in G... more »
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1. Out Of Focus
4. See Your Mind
5. Side (With You)
6. Cool School (Trane Of Thought)
10. 23 Modern Stories
NOTES: Released 1/1/92. LP made in Germany, only available in US as an import.
Released: January 1, 1992
Six years of constant touring around the country and the world and three Sub Pop albums were spent distilling their sonic concoction. Then, in 1994, Atlas Records offered Love Battery major label support and artistic freedom: the keys to turning on a bigger crowd.
William Brian Sachs | baltimore,maryland | 08/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As daufhin thorndike has so correctly stated an attractive feature that conveys this bands ability to give the listener an eargasm is the brilliant crafstmanship of those at the helm in the recording and mixing processes.I have this band's earlier releases and although they are most definitely desirable in their own right they do convey the message that something better may be steaming down the tracks.Well that portent of good things to come is 'Dayglo'.I would however point out to perspective purchasers that Dayglo though brimming with a heaping helping of heavy grungy goodness is also laced with elements of jazzoid-beebop coolness,trippy psychedelia and folksy janglings.If you don't care for these musical paths individually you will be most pleasantly pleased and overwhelmed to hear how well all these diverse styles are blended together so effectively.This album always manages to sound fresh and it always seems to satisfy no matter what mood I'm in."
This album will make you orgasm, even if you're a guy
R. Banerjee | 02/22/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"No joke, it will.
I got into this group, like most every other reviewer here, through the brilliance of Nirvana and Soundgarden, etc. But I didn't expect something so little-known and so obscure to have anything on the famous ones. But this album is just incredible.
To add on to this conversation going on, the "facts" state that Green River released the first grunge record. Even so, you could even argue that Black Flag's "My War" album defined the sound. It doesn't really matter who created it, it matters who MASTERED it. Love Battery definitely do that here. And the hint of psychedelia makes it even more incredible.
I think all of this Nirvana criticism is unwarranted. Cobain's love of distortion and gutwrenching lyrics probably made them my favorite group of the alternative movement. "In Utero" and 'MTV Unplugged' are a testament to what those three guys could do together.
Anyway, buy this album"