Contre Le Sexisme - Sonic Youth - A Thousand Leaves (CD, Album)

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  1. Contre Le Sexisme Lyrics: Describe the touch, no it's the thought / It's warm and yellow and has a ruffle / It's warm and yellow and / He's so quiet I forgot he's there / And I think here I am.
  2. A Thousand Leaves is the 10th studio album by the American rock band Sonic Youth. It was released on May 12, , by DGC Records.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Thousand Leaves on Discogs.4/5().
  4. Sonic Youth - A Thousand Leaves review: After the dust cleared from the rock era, Sonic Youth got back to being a great experimental band. A Thousand Leaves is a fruitful work in a great period for them, though some of the tracks would probably be better with fewer feminist rants or breathy whi.
  5. A Thousand Leaves marks the beginning of Sonic Youth's final period, which can be safely referred to as their "(relatively) mellow jam" period. Song lengths stretch pretty long (most near the seven minute mark, a few over nine and one over eleven), the band let a .
  6. Such an underrated album, from the golden Middle Period of Sonic Youth. Quieter and more contemplative than Washing Machine or Dirty, it has a psychedelic beauty that make it a standout album - even by their standards/5(65).
  7. Before I listened to "A Thousand Leaves," a quick glance at their Wikipedia page made me worried. According to the page for this album, "A Thousand Leaves" was the first album by Sonic Youth recorded in their own studio. I thought this could go one of two ways: 1.

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