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Podcast Episode
Season
Three
number
134
Type
Album Review
Post Date
8/6/2013

Moist

134 Silver by Moist

Silver

Label
Chrysalis
Release year
1994
Producer
Kevin Hamilton
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On the surface, the five-piece Moist is a slightly alternative and mainstream radio-friendly band - but dig deeper and darker sound emerges

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This week Jason picks one of his favorites from North of the border, Vancouver's Moist and their 1994 debut album Silver. On the surface, the five-piece are a slightly alternative and mainstream radio-friendly band. But dig deeper, into the use of keys and organs, and a moodier and darker sound emerges. But does it go far enough to make is truly unique? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Silver
  • 5:59 - History of the Band
  • 11:42 - This Shrieking Love
  • 14:22 - Kill for You
  • 27:17 - Machine Punch Through
  • 31:47 - Believe Me
  • Outro - Push

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