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Podcast Episode
Season
Five
number
233
Type
Album Review
Post Date
6/30/2015

Acetone

233 Acetone by Acetone

Acetone

Label
Vapor Records
Release year
1997
Producer
Acetone
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Acetone's 1997 album recalls the slow and deliberate sound of Low, causing extreme disagreement in every aspect of our review

Author & Special Guests

Our requested review this week is the third album by Acetone, 1997‚Ä≤s self-titled release. Like one-time label mates Low, Acetone delivers a slow and deliberate performance with sparse arrangements and mostly hushed vocals. Rarely do Tim and Jason find themselves in almost total agreement on a record, but in this case they do. Tune in to find out if that is a good or bad thing. We apologize for the brief interruption discussing the new season of True Detective, which we have dubbed Sad Detective.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Every Kiss
  • 3:19 - History of the Band
  • 10:33 - Shobud
  • 16:20 - Chew
  • 19:44 - All You Know
  • Outro - Dee

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