"Wowee Zowee, originally released by Matador in April 1995 on the eve of Pavement’s infamous mud-bespattered mainstage appearance at Lollapalooza, began life as a controversial release. Fresh off the success of Crooked Rain, Crooked Rainwith its chart- topping Modern Rock hit “Cut Your Hair,”the band went into the studio and came out with a deliberately chaotic and eclectic album that sounded nothing like its predecessor. With influences from the Groundhogs to the Frogs, Captain Beefheart to the more obscure mid- ’80s central California hardcore bands featured on Maximum Rock’n’Roll comp ‘Not So Quiet On The Western Front,’ Wowee Zowee' confused critics and alienated fans." - Matador
- experimental 3rd album from California indie band, originally released in 1995
- black double vinyl pressing (note: no audio on side 4)
- housed in full color gatefold sleeve
- music label: Matador 2020
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