Just for a Day

Slowdive - Just for a Day
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
1991 Ratings: #207 / 412
User Score
Based on 193 ratings
1991 Ratings: #39
September 2, 1991 / Release Date
LP / Format
Creation Records/SBK / Label
Dream Pop, Shoegaze / Genres
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Slowdive’s debut album is astounding and happens to my favorite in their discography. What sets the record apart for me in regards to their other projects is it’s incredible and unrelenting atmosphere. Every song on Just for a Day is superb in it's own way, but within the context of the album, forms an astonishing aura. There is hardly is misstep to be found on here if any at all. The overall sound of the record is especially warm and dreamy and each track manages to flow incredibly ... read more
Rollin', rollin', rollin', got me shoegazin'

Slowdive’s debut presents a weird grey area, where the overall tone is unpredictable and dreamy, yet exhibits a somewhat slow-paced experimentalism that feels seamless despite its non-congestive sound.

Color: Blue
FAV TRACKS: Catch the Breeze, Waves, Spanish Air, Celia’s Dream, Brighter, Primal, Golden Hair, Ballad of Sister Sue, The Sadman, Losing Today, Erik’s Song, She Calls, Shine
LEAST FAV: Albatros, Avalyn II, Avalyn I, Slowdive
It's a good album

Favorite three Tracks: Celia's Dream, Spanish Air, Ballad of Sister Sue

Least Favorite: Erik's Song
Guys chill Im only a mere mortal
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Added on: June 21, 2013