Engineer – Davis McCain, Doug Easley, Mark Venezia
Mixed By – Bryce Goggin
three-sided double LP (C) & (P) Big Cat Records Licensed for Spain and Portugal by Caroline Records.
Wowee Zowee: Sordid Sentinels. Beggars от лица компании Matador BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. LatinAutor, UMPI, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, CMRRA, Big Deal Music Publishing и другие авторские общества 6. UMPI, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor, CMRRA, Big Deal Music Publishing, LatinAutor - PeerMusic и другие авторские общества 6. Wowee Zowee. Pavement - Wowee Zowee 1995. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. Songs in album Pavement - Wowee Zowee 1995. Pavement - We Dance. Pavement - Rattled By The Rush. Pavement - Black Out. Pavement - Brinx Job. Pavement - Grounded. Wowee Zowee is the third studio album by American indie rock band Pavement. It was released on April 11, 1995 by Matador Records. The album showcased a more experimental and spontaneous side of the group, returning them to the clatter and unpredictability of their early recordings after the more traditional rock sound of 1994's Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain. Rolling Stone speculated that the relative success of their previous album having sold 169,000 copies by this time was a reason for this album's. Wowee Zowee is the third studio album by Pavement. The album showcased a more experimental and spontaneous side of the group, returning them to the clatter and unpredictability of their early recordings after the classic rock vibe of 1994's Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain. The cover art was painted by New York-based artist Steve Keene and resembles the cover of Guru Guru's 1972 album, Känguru. Wowee Zowee is the third studio album Pavement, released in 1995. The album showcased a more experimental and spontaneous side of the group, returning them to the clatter and unpredictability of their early recordings after the more traditional rock sound of 1994s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain. Wowee Zowee Q&A. Producers Pavement. Writers Scott Kannberg & Stephen Malkmus. More Pavement albums. Quarantine the Past: The Best of Pavement. With its vast array of musical styles, Wowee Zowee isn't as accessible as Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain or as immediate as the bracing, noisy pop of Slanted & Enchanted. Pavement never abandon their warped pop aesthetic, they simply expand it, incorporating elements of folk-rock, English music hall, soul, jazz, country, as well as adding asides to such contemporaries as Suede We Dance, Ween Brinx Job, and Stereolab Half a Canyon. Rattled by the Rush. Alternative 1995. When Pavement released Wowee Zowee, they surprised everyone. The album came on the heels of two heavily-adored classics, 1992s Slanted and Enchanted and 1994s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, facing incredible anticipation and impossible expectations. On first listen, the 18-song release baffled most. But Wowee Zowee was scattered, jokey, maybe even trivial the band had tipped its hand and some were seeing a bluff. But further listens and passing time improved the sound of Wowee Zowee. The original A, stretching from We Dance to Serpentine Pad, may be the best album side they ever managed. And the strangely effective construction of Malkmus' songs bring to mind a question that wasn't asked the first time around: What if he wasn't screwing around, but instead was bored with where he'd been and looking for a new songwriting language