Thursday, April 3, 2008

No Duh Statement of the Week: Kim Deal seems pretty cool

Mountain Battles, the fourth album from The Breeders (who will be playing at The Meridian here in Houston on May 7), will be released next Tuesday, and advance reviews are already singing its praises. In fact, the songs can be heard in their entirety on the band's MySpace page, and from what I can tell, they sound pretty decent. While "Cannonball" and "Divine Hammer" from 1993's Last Splash are probably The Breeders' most popular songs, their 1990 debut, Pod, has great moments, too, especially since that album sounds more Pixies-ish than Belly-esque. One particular standout is this one minute forty-five second gem:

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