NOTE: one corner of jacket is lightly dented, but VINYL IS MINT & SEALED
2016 reissue of one of the all time classic mid 90's trip hop albums - RIYL Morcheeba, Portishead, Hooverphonic, etc - While the Sneaker Pimps don't have the doomed romanticism of Portishead or the nasty experimental tendencies of Tricky, they have a cool sense of pop hooks and an edgier guitar attack than their predecessors. "Tesko Suicide" moves along with jagged guitars and rhythms, while "6 Underground" is coolly detached postmodern soul. Becoming X creates an airy, urban atmosphere, and while the record begins to unravel toward the end, it is an exciting, entrancing listen.
|A1||Low Place Like Home|
|B2||Spin Spin Sugar|
|C3||Wasted Early Sunday Morning|