Fake Train, the third (second? debut?)* album from Unwound, is one of their masterpieces. Coming after 1992's delayed to 1995 self-titled album, it improved on its predecessor on every level while retaining everything that made it great.
The opener, Dragnalus, is a groovy and heavy introduction, a perfect way to draw the listener into the album. The weirdness of the track gives one a good idea of what to expect, perhaps.
However, Lucky Acid slaps the listener in order to have them pay ... read more