Slint by Slint on Touch And Go Records

Slint - Slint


  • £13.99

Slint's untitled EP, also known as Slint was the final release by the band. Recorded in 1989 by Steve Albini (Big Black, Shellac), and mixed by Brian Paulson, it remained unreleased until 1994, after the band had broken up. 


"The band never sounded better, more Slint-ish, than this. 'Glenn' is perhaps the essential Slint track, immediate and mysterious, sprawling and meticulous, an epic crafted to precision that proceeds to blow your mind. 'Rhoda' refurbishes the poorest track on Tweez, thrusting it forward as perhaps the best. When Walford crashes in near the end of the track (“One two three four!!!!!”) and the band goes insane, you get a sense of what this band was capable of live. Doubters, beware. This EP just might convert you"  - SweetGeorgiaBreezes 


  1. Glenn  [06:11] 
  2. Rhoda  [06:53] 


  • US import 
  • CD housed in jewel case 




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