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Podcast Episode
Season
Four
number
188
Type
Album Review
Post Date
8/19/2014

Sloan

188 Twice Removed by Sloan

Twice Removed

Label
Geffen Records
Release year
1994
Producer
Jim Rondinelli
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We dive into the four-singer/songwriter band Sloan to figure out if this is the best Canadian album of all time or even the best by the band

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With a new album out soon and twenty years since their sophomore release Twice Removed, we thought now was a good time to head north of the border and investigate Sloan. We dive into the four-singer/songwriter band, try to figure out if this is the best Canadian album of all time, or even the best by the band, and end up trying to figure out the best decade for Canadian rock 'n roll.

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Songs in this episode

  • ‚ÄćIntro - Deeper Than Beauty3:41 - Money City Maniacs
  • 5:14 - History of the Band
  • 16:22 - Snowsuit Sound
  • 19:12 - People of the Sky
  • 21:21 - Coax Me/Go Your Own Way
  • 27:25 - Bells On
  • 30:28 - I Can Feel It
  • Outro - Worried Now

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