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Chutes Too Narrow Vinyl LP

Sub PopSKU lp-12628

Inverted World follow up, 2003
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"The Shins’ debut full-length, 2001’s Oh, Inverted World, was a stunner; resoundingly well-received and landing itself on numerous year-end best-of-lists. As far as we’re concerned it did blow up – seems there’s still some hope for the world and its conception of pop music. Since that first record, singer / songwriter / guitarist James Mercer and drummer Jesse Sandoval moved from Albuquerque to Portland, OR and bassist Neal Langford was replaced with Dave Hernandez (ex-Scared Of Chaka), who played bass on the stand-out track from the first record, 'New Slang.' Chutes Too Narrow, their heavily anticipated follow-up, was recorded in James’ basement home studio, with later mixing assistance from Phil Ek (Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, David Cross, Les Savy Fav, etc.). And, with 10 songs, clocking in at just over 30 minutes, the new record is a brief yet entirely scintillating glimpse at chiming, reflective and perfectly skewed pop innovation." - Sub Pop

  • New Mexico indie band's sophomore studio album
  • black vinyl pressing
  • housed in gatefold sleeve
  • music label: Sub Pop 2018
UPC: 098787062519'

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