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Sub Pop is thrilled to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Providence, RI noise-rock legends Six Finger Satellite's debut album, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird with a new, fully remastered CD and double-LP reissue. Released in 1993, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird is a landmark of noisy, distressing post-punk, drawing influence from Gang of Four, The Birthday Party, and Wire while adding a healthy dose of the band's own, unique sonic antagonism. Amongst the brittle rock tracks, it has dashes of ahead-of-their-time keyboard and studio experiments that became more prominent on the band's later albums, presaging LCD Soundsystem, DFA Records, and much of the early-2000s post-punk revival. Pitchfork rightly called The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird "one of the best noise-rock records of the 90s," writing that "the transitions from silly to searing highlight Six Finger Satellite's unpredictable and caustic approach... this was their most exhilaratingly bitter pill to swallow."
Sub Pop is thrilled to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Providence, RI noise-rock legends Six Finger Satellite's debut album, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird with a new, fully remastered CD and double-LP reissue. Released in 1993, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird is a landmark of noisy, distressing post-punk, drawing influence from Gang of Four, The Birthday Party, and Wire while adding a healthy dose of the band's own, unique sonic antagonism. Amongst the brittle rock tracks, it has dashes of ahead-of-their-time keyboard and studio experiments that became more prominent on the band's later albums, presaging LCD Soundsystem, DFA Records, and much of the early-2000s post-punk revival. Pitchfork rightly called The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird "one of the best noise-rock records of the 90s," writing that "the transitions from silly to searing highlight Six Finger Satellite's unpredictable and caustic approach... this was their most exhilaratingly bitter pill to swallow."
098787145724

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Format: CD
Label: SUB POP
Rel. Date: 06/30/2023
UPC: 098787145724

The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird: Remastered
Artist: Six Finger Satellite
Format: CD
New: Available $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Home for the Holy Day
2. Laughing Larry
3. Funny Like a Clown
4. Deadpan
5. Hi-Lo Jerk
6. Love (Via Satellite)
7. Save the Last Dance for Larry
8. Solitary Hiro
9. Neuro-Harmonic Conspiracy
10. Takes One to Know One
11. Love (Via Satellite)
12. Save the Last Dance for Larry
13. Solitary Hiro
14. Neuro-Harmonic Conspiracy
15. Takes One to Know One

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Sub Pop is thrilled to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Providence, RI noise-rock legends Six Finger Satellite's debut album, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird with a new, fully remastered CD and double-LP reissue. Released in 1993, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird is a landmark of noisy, distressing post-punk, drawing influence from Gang of Four, The Birthday Party, and Wire while adding a healthy dose of the band's own, unique sonic antagonism. Amongst the brittle rock tracks, it has dashes of ahead-of-their-time keyboard and studio experiments that became more prominent on the band's later albums, presaging LCD Soundsystem, DFA Records, and much of the early-2000s post-punk revival. Pitchfork rightly called The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird "one of the best noise-rock records of the 90s," writing that "the transitions from silly to searing highlight Six Finger Satellite's unpredictable and caustic approach... this was their most exhilaratingly bitter pill to swallow."


        
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