Bad Moon Rising

Sonic Youth - Bad Moon Rising
Critic Score
Based on 4 reviews
1985 Ratings: #46 / 89
User Score
Based on 140 ratings
1985 Ratings: #40
Liked by 2 people
March 1, 1985 / Release Date
LP / Format
Homestead / Label
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tha138
75
It's scarry how this band gathered the dark noise of the metropolis, placed it in a jack o'lantern and set it on fire to praise the bad moon that was rising from the gutters.
Hide behind the abandonned cars and watch the ceremony, if you can stand it!
pressrg
93
Bad Moon Rising is an elegy to a late-capitalist hegemonic anti-society that has already fallen apart. Pull back the curtain and relish in the chaos—if only in order to build something radically new.

This is noise for a new heterogeneous subjectivity sous rature: "a product identical with something not produced, knowledge transformed into non-knowledge, logos identical with pathos, the intention of the unintentional, etc. [The] idea of a regime of the sensible that has become ... read more
GabrielDiablo
88
Great
GABRIELinHELL
90
Amazing
Aidannnnn
71
It's aight. My main complaint is that it can be kinda longwinded. But this thing is scary as fuck to listen to at night holy shit.

BEST TRACK: IM INSANE
WORST TRACK: I LOVE HER ALL THE TIME
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. Brave Men Run
  3. Society Is a Hole
  4. I Love Her All the Time
  5. Ghost Bitch
  6. I'm Insane
  7. Justice Is Might
  8. Death Valley '69  (ft. Lydia Lunch)
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Added on: May 21, 2013