Superchunk - Majesty Shredding
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Based on 16 reviews
2010 Ratings: #39 / 855
Year End Rank: #35
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Based on 15 ratings
September 14, 2010 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
Pitchfork

But the real joy on the album lies in the little details, tiny and brilliant songwriting choices that bespeak all Superchunk's years in the game.

80
Drowned in Sound

Whereas other pop-punk bands revel in sheer stupidity, Superchunk conjure up a profound musical purpose and sense of wonderment from behind every goofy-eyed chorus and oversized hook line.

80
PopMatters

Returning with Majesty Shredding, their first full-length release in almost a decade, the underground legends don’t waste any time proving that they haven’t lost a single step

70
No Ripcord

For Majesty Shredding, their first album since 2001, they continue to do what they do best: make good alternative music without a care in the world. Except for all their neurosis and rotten luck.

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Track List

  1. Digging for Something
  2. My Gap Feels Weird
  3. Rosemarie
  4. Crossed Wires
  5. Slow Drip
  6. Fractures in Plaster
  7. Learned to Surf
  8. Winter Games 
  9. Rope Light
  10. Hot Tubes 
  11. Everything at Once

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