A Lo-fi masterpiece, one of the greatest albums ever made.
Few albums elicit such an emotional response from me. I remember seeing a NMH poster in my cool, older cousin's room. Years later, memories of the poster inspired me to download the whole album on Kazaa on dial up! Listening to this fuzz folk classic is like coming home.
Raw and beautiful. I still listen to it and it never gets old.
Released in 1997 there are generally three reactions that this record elicits: First: "Huh? Never heard of it." Second: "Hated it. Why did he wail about loving Jesus Christ?" and Third: "This album belongs in the holy canon of indie pop/rock albums." I'm of the third persuasion.
One of the most critically acclaimed and influential indie rock/alternative artists of all time, he's still not for everyone. The songs range from uplifting and life-affirming to haunting and sobering. And yes, the ghost of Anne Frank is woven in throughout, but not overwhelmingly. A must-listen--preferably more than once to let the songs and the nuance really sink in.
I love most of these songs very much. Some of them are annoying. But overall it's a great album.
It was just ok.
Possibly my favorite record of all time.
Anne Frank haunts this album...in a good way.
One of the best records ever.
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