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Truckload of Trouble

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Download links and information about Truckload of Trouble by The Pastels. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:02:16 minutes.

Artist: The Pastels
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:02:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Thank You for Being You 3:50
2. Thru' Your Heart 2:55
3. Firebell Ringing 3:22
4. Kitted Out 3:30
5. Comin' Through 2:43
6. Over My Shoulder 0:34
7. Truck Train Tractor 4:19
8. Crawl Babies 3:17
9. Nothing to Be Done 3:52
10. Different Drum 3:08
11. Not Unloved 2:24
12. Baby Honey 6:21
13. Speeding Motorcycle 4:28
14. Speedway Star 2:44
15. What You Said 1:32
16. Dark Side of Your World 6:26
17. Sometimes I Think About You 3:53
18. Sign Across Me 2:58

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Collecting most of the singles the Pastels released on Fire, A Truckload of Trouble: 1986-1993 is a fine introduction to any newcomer and a vital piece of any fan's collection. These songs see the Pastels at their shambolic best, whining guitars blazing and ringing, alternating slurred and dreamy vocals punctuating the finest ever C-86 tunes, and blending pop and punk in the most aesthetically sublime way. Throughout the album's running time, one can't help but marvel about the sheer number of bands these songs inspired, and repeat listens make it obvious that the Pastels were a stepping stone between so many great bands and styles. In bottling up and mixing potent influences like the Fall, the Ramones, the Smiths, and the Velvet Underground, they opened the door for further experimentation by offspring such as Yo La Tengo, My Bloody Valentine, Magnetic Fields, Built to Spill, Beat Happening, and Belle & Sebastian. As steeped in the classics and as inspirational as these songs are, their most glaring attribute is just how catchy, raw, and invigorating they are. Though it covers periods of major lineup changes and rampant stylistic shifts, Truckload of Trouble is a cohesive listen from start to finish and a vital portrait of a band marching to the beat of different drum.