jueves, 17 de marzo de 2016

Sonic Youth - Sunday - 1998

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  1. A Thousand Leaves is the 10th studio album by the American experimental rock band Sonic Youth, released on May 12, 1998, by DGC Records. It was the first Sonic Youth album recorded at the band's own studio in Lower Manhattan, which was built with the money they had made at the 1995 Lollapalooza music festival. Since the band had an unlimited amount of time to work in their studio, the album features numerous lengthy and improvisional tracks that were developed unevenly. Three highly experimental extended plays, Anagrama, Slaapkamers met slagroom, and Invito al ĉielo, were recorded simultaneously with the album.

    Upon release, A Thousand Leaves reached No. 85 on the US Billboard Top 200 chart and No. 38 on the UK Albums Chart. The song "Sunday" was released as a single and as a music video directed by Harmony Korine and starring American actor Macaulay Culkin. The album received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who praised the lengthy and quiet guitar interplay between band members Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo. However, some critics criticized the forced vocal delivery of band member Kim Gordon and found several tracks to be unnecessarily long and poorly constructed.


  2. Sunday comes alone again
    A perfect day for a quiet friend
    And you - you will set it free
    I see new morning round your face
    Everybody says its another phase
    And now - now its come to me
    See the magic in your eyes
    I see it come as no surprise
    And you - you turn your eyes away
    Yeah you - you turn it all away
    I guess its true its never too late
    Still I don't know what to do today
    Oh why - can't I set you free
    Will you - do the same for me
    Sunday comes and Sunday goes
    Sunday always seems to move so slow
    To me - here she comes again
    A perfect ending to a perfect day
    A perfect ending what can I say
    To you - lonely Sunday friend
    With you - Sunday never ends