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2000's The Moon & Antarctica is Modest Mouse's third full-length album and first on a major label. The album was praised by critics and fans alike for its in-depth discussion of dense subject matter, as well as for frontman Isaac Brocks clever and introspective lyrics. The Moon & Antarctica was also marked an expansion of the bands unique sound.
1. 3rd Planet 2. Gravity Rides Everything 3. Dark Center Of The Universe 4. Perfect Disguise 5. Tiny Cities Made Of Ashes 6. A Different City 7. The Cold Part 8. Alone Down There 9. The Stars Are Projectors 10. Wild Packs Of Family Dogs 11. Paper Thin Wall 12. I Came As A Rat 13. Lives 14. Life Like Weeds 15. What People Are Made Of
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After stepping up to the major-label plate with The Moon and Antarctica, Modest Mouse reach back to their roots with Sad Sappy Sucker. Sucker is actually the band's first recording, released in 2001 but created back in 1994. It was shelved in favor of Lonesome Crowded West as their debut, but Sucker is still a fine piece of the Modest Mouse lineage.
Although parts of Sucker are experimental compared to the band's current polish, this isn't some rarity to be enjoyed only by collectors. Breezy melodies build into jagged choruses as singer Isaac Brock shows he can be both tender and playfully aggressive. Most of the songs clock in between two and three minutes, leaving room for numerous gems in the course of the 24-track album. While 12 of the songs come from a recording session with K Records' Calvin Johnson, a chunk of Sucker material comes from Brock's Dial-a-Song phase, during which callers heard new songs by dialing into his answering machine. These experiments range from lo-fi combos of distorted instruments and whiny vocals to complete songs, like the bluesy rock jam on Secret Agent X-9. The Dial-a-Songs--and a message left by Murder City Devils front man Spencer Moody (Call to Dial-a-Song)--are both comic relief and proof that Modest Mouse didn't gain their indie-rock cult status by accident. The talent's been there from the beginning. --Jennifer Maerz
1. Worms Vs. Birds 2. Four Fingered Fisherman 3. Untitled 4. Wagon Ride Return 5. From Point A To Point B 6. Path Of Least Resistance 7. It Always Rains On A Picnic 8. Dukes Up 9. Think Long 10. Every Penny Fed Car 11. Mice Eat Cheese 12. Race Car Grin You Ain't No Landmark 13. Red Hand Case 14. Secret Agent X-9 15. Blue Cadet -3, Do You Connect? 16. Call To Dial A Song 17. 5-4-3-2-1 Lips Off 18. Woodgrain 19. BMX Crash 20. Sucker Betru
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