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  • CD (3 octobre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000EMGA3U
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"Reedición del álbum EP debut de Sonic Youth editado originalmente en 1982.


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Par Alexis Bidault TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 17 mai 2006
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Rendons grâce à Geffen d'avoir enfin réédité ce disque, enfin disponible après des années de pénurie, qui furent pour le moins difficiles à vivres pour les nombreux fans en quête de ce graal. Encore mieux, c'est entièrement remasterisé et un témoignage live de l'époque accompagne les bandes originales.

On (re)découvre donc ici les premiers balbutiements de Sonic Youth, qui s'inspire fortement de la musique No-Wave alors en vogue dans l'underground arty new-yorkais, et dont les fers de lance s'appelaient DNA (avec son guitariste Arto Lindsay), Mars ou Teenage Jesus & The Jerks (de Lydia Lunch). A l'époque le groupe n'est pas encore, et pour cause, tombé amoureux de la scène hardcore, il en résulte une musique beaucoup moins rock que par la suite, plus atonale et 'froide', distante. La basse y tient un rôle prépondérant, avec des inflexions quasi dub (d'ailleurs une théorie veut que le nom Sonic Youth s'inspire du chanteur de reggae Big Youth tandis que le titre du morceau Burning Spear évoque nécessairement le groupe jamaïcain du même nom) tandis que batterie et percussions (assurés par Richard Edson avant son remplacement par Steve Shelley pour l'album Evol) sont quasi tribales et assurent un groove hypnotisant. C'est en effet un son assez primitif et métallique que nous expose ici le groupe, avec des chansons aux mélodies relativement vagues chantées d'une voix désincarnée par Thurston Moore ou Kim Gordon.
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Ca saute aux oreilles !!!
La basse (à la Jah Wooble), les guitares (à la Keith Levene) et cette façon de hurler plutôt que de chanter (à la Johnny « Rotten » Lydon), on se croirait dans le meilleur de Public Image (LTD) « Metal Box » « Paris au Printemps » ou encore « Flowers of Romance ».
Comme je découvre Sonic Youth sur le tard, suite à une rencontre avec Kim Gordon, je suis ravi de cet opus magnifiquement remasterisé d'un des groupes qui marque vraiment ce début de XXIème siècle... Que du bonheur!... Si je n'avais pas tant grossi, je remettrais mon vieux perfecto et un des T-shirts déchirés de ma jeunesse Punk.
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HASH(0x99fdb804) étoiles sur 5 Rescued from obscurity: a Sonic history lesson 13 avril 2006
Par Scott Bresinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This would be the very first EP by the band that soon became the Greatest American Rock Band of the last 25 years. It's kind of the band's misbegotten son, the ne'er-do-well. When they recorded it, they were young, still developing their sound, and relatively unfamiliar with the studio environment. As a result, the band (and many of their fans) felt it came out rather tepid: a watered down, somewhat sterile version of what they actually wanted to do. When Geffen started reissuing SY's indie albums in the mid-90's, this was conspicuously left out. One the "best of" collection "Screaming Fields of Sonic Love," Only "I Dreamed I Dream" was included, event though I for one always preferred "She Is Not Alone" (side note: if you hunger for SY-related rarities, try to track down a rather decent cover version of that tune by an industrial outfit named Borghesia). Well, they've finally gotten around to a reissue, only a few month's before the brand new album "Rather Ripped," drops. I'll be sure to review that, and I can tell you're waiting with bated breath.

Now, however, is the time to re-evaluate the EP that broke Sonic ground in 1982 (has it really been that long? Sweet Evil Jesus, these guys are almost eligible for the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame!). If you're expecting to hear a rowdy punk beast along the lines of Black Flag's "Damaged" (one of their faves from that era), you'll be disappointed. While the chiming, otherworldly guitar textures that made the band's name are in full evidence, here it is indeed restrained somewhat. What's really different is the drumming. Like many bands, Sonic Youth went through a few drummers, including future Pussy Galore pounder Bob Bert, before settling in with Steve Shelley. In '82, the drummer of choice was Richard Edson, who contributed a more tightly rhythmic backbone to the band's guitar explorations. The resulting sound more closely recalls a lot to the now-legendary post-punk of the era, such as the early work of Gang Of Four and Public Image Ltd. As such, this is a fascinating document of what could have been. For a while now, detractors have accused the band of becoming sort of an alt-rock Jam Band. This of course can be disputed, but I think if they stuck with the sound of this early material, that barb would have never come up. Mind you, I couldn't hold the band to higher regard as it is, but I find myself loving this album nonetheless. No, it doesn't come close to equalling later maasterworks such as "Bad Moon Rising," "Sister," "Daydream Nation" and yes, even later period albums like "Sonic Nurse," but it's really just two views of a pretty damn excellent picture.

Not content with just re-releasing the EP, this remastered edition also comes with more than a half-hour's worth of live material from the era, also remastered with remarkable sound quality, considering when it was recorded and where (various hole in the wall clubs). The live stuff, as you would guess, is a lot noisier than the studio versions, but also surprisingly as tight as Steve Albini's butt cheeks. You also get a booklet with rare pictures (look for a rather tomboy-ish Kim Gordon) and extensive liner notes/essays by the likes of Avant-Garde composer Glenn Branca, underground rock critic Byron Coley, and even Richard Edson himself, who left the rock world altogether to become an actor (he was in Spike Lee's seminal "Do The Right Thing" among many others).

Again, if you prefer the whirlwinds of noise that Sonic Youth perfected, which influeced countless bands since, this may not be your cup o' poison. If you're a rabid Sonic Youth fan to the point of irrationality, well, you probably already have this. Still, if you find yourself sitting on the fence wondering whether you need this in your life: yes, you do. Especially at a price like just ten bucks. What are you waiting for, a personal invitation?
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Par J. Tappmeyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
OK, I'll be the detractor here who didn't really get into this. First of all if you don't like the tuned down droning clashing no wave dissonance thing, this isn't where you need to be. That wasn't my problem, and considering you probably like the band already, it isn't a problem for you. The music pieces and ideas here just aren't all that well formulated and the band doesn't really have it's own voice yet. The sound isn't particularly original for it's time either. The sound and musical palate aren't really that far off from what quite post punk bands were doing. Early Joy Division, Public Image, Gang of Four, and Wire come to mind as better examples. They do seem to have an idea where they want to go, but it is a young band messing around with someone else's ideas. There are interesting sections here, though much of the recording becomes tedious after a few listens. I kept getting the feeling that the needle on my old record player had gotten stuck at the end of the song "heroin"

It's interesting were they started but I have to say this one is for completists. Who knows though, these kids might make something of it a few years down the road.
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HASH(0x99fdbc84) étoiles sur 5 Funk meets experimental dissonance 29 novembre 2006
Par Patrick Alexander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm not particularly familiar with Sonic Youth and the bits I've heard from their other albums haven't really grabbed me. This does. The rhythm section wouldn't be out of place in pseudo-tribal funk, the guitars are dissonant, jangling, sometimes hypnotically repetitive, and just plain weird, and the vocals are distant, airy, lazy. Some of the best music I've heard in a good long while.
HASH(0x99fe0030) étoiles sur 5 great reissue package! 3 juin 2013
Par Surferofromantica - Publié sur Amazon.com
This album has gotten a great reissue treatment, with the five songs of the original EP, eight extra songs (live demos, basically), and several long essays in a booklet full of pictures.

Starting off with that weird drum beat (with their pre-Steve Shelley drummer Richard Edson, making this the only album they do with this sound), the shivering guitars, and the galloping/limping rhythms, this is Sonic Youth as it was first ever hears on the SST original release. Yes, the drums are a bit jazzy, but it's all there in all its sqruonking glory. The first track is "The Burning Spear", a song that the band still plays, and the bass is heavy and groovy with a nice rhythm. We don't get any real noise until halfway through the 3:45 song, a bit before the vocals come in. "I'm not afraid to say I'm scared." "I Dreamed I Dream" has nice tonal tones, a cool little moody thing, Kim sings this spookily with Lee doing some background vocals. "She Is Not Alone" is one of those really cool, rugged songs with the jungle rhythms and the strange guitars. Very cool indeed. "I Don't Want To Push It" scrubs and scrubs, with weird jungle rhythms, boogying busily on and on, much faster than the guitars; sounds pretty crazy, man, and a bit alarming for people who thought that the strange was normal - this is stranger than strange! "I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I know, I... know." Great crazy guitar noise and spidery innovation, with that crazy drumming the while while. YOIKS!!! "The Good And The Bad" ends the EP with some bass-led rhythms, discordant chords coming in, drone, that weird nearly-complete Sonic Youth sound is right there! THe longest song on the album, at over seven minutes, this is the one where they really stretch out and get going. Nice. Half of it is wanking around, and it is all instrumental.

But wait, there's more! This is the expanded version, with eight new tracks, all of them live bits from September 18th 1981 that show the tracks coming together (the album was recorded December 1981 to January 1982). "Hard Work" is "I Don't Want To Push It" in instrumental, and "Where The Red Fern Grows" is an early version of "I Dreamed I Dream", which we get herein both a live version and an early studio version... "Loud And Soft" is a nutty long noise fest, as are the rest - very little singing, quite a lot of instrumental stuff on the live tracks. All of the live songs are interesting, and they have that experimental chugging sound. Nice.

The liner notes are great - we get pieces from all the members, as well as Glenn Branca; I'd say that the note from original drummer Richard Edson are definitely the most interesting, though, and Bryan Coley also has a long piece. Thurston just puts in something enigmatic (in blue ink!). Lots of pics of the band in 1981, looking very optimistic and youthful. Nice.
HASH(0x99fe0168) étoiles sur 5 Not Bad Bass-Happy No Wave 16 octobre 2012
Par Scott McFarland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A pretty good EP. It's more or less in the style of New York Bass-driven groups of its time like ESG and Liquid Liquid. It also reminds me of Bill Laswell's Material records during this period, and Bauhaus on one track.

There's not guitar aggression so much as there is NYC dance groove here, but it sounds like Sonic Youth to me. It's weird and it's somewhat abstract and it's got dissonance and it wears its influences on its sleeve. They kept doing those things, just with more guitar and without a funky base.
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