Silent '88

Hood - Silent '88
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September 1, 1996 / Release Date
LP / Format
Slumberland Records / Label
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Hood's second album "Silent '88", is a fantastic hidden jem of the 90s that remains silent since its release. It's an album that fuses successfully many different genres like indie rock,experimental,ambient,folk,post rock even shoegaze music, while maintains the lo-fi style of their previous release and the final result is mesmerizing.
Maybe It is difficult for me to determine the genre of this album (maybe indie rock?), but i can say with confidence that "Silent '88", is ... read more



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Track List

  1. The Field Is Cut
  2. Hood Northern
  3. Delusions of Worthlessness
  4. At Last! Riots on Spofforth Hill
  5. [Untitled]
  6. Rural Colours
  7. Western Skies
  8. Deny Deny Deny
  9. Smash Your Head on the Cubist Jazz
  10. The Hidden Ambience of a Lost Art
  11. Being Beaten Up
  12. Silent '88
  13. Outro
  14. Intro
  15. Documenting Crop Rotations
  16. I Hate You Now
  17. Her Innocent Stock of Words
  18. Trust Me, I'm a Stomach
  19. Resonant 1942
  20. Sometimes I Worry
  21. [Untitled]
  22. Downpour
  23. The Fields Are Divided
  24. Love Is Dead But Never Buried
  25. Empty Canvas
  26. The Silent Years
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Added on: November 2, 2014