THE VINYL WORD: APPLES IN STEREO'S CLASSIC 'FUN TRICK NOISEMAKER'

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One of the defining albums of the mid-’90s indie scene, the Apples in Stereo‘s full-length debut Fun Trick Noisemaker is one of those records that marks a sea change in musical attitudes, akin to Mudhoney’s “Touch Me I’m Sick” or Pavement’s early singles. Besides being the breakthrough release of the Elephant 6 collective, which alone is responsible for many of the better albums of the decade, Fun Trick Noisemaker is the album that defines the post-grunge indie pop shift from sullen negativity into a kind of cockeyed, giddy optimism, and is also among the handful of albums that turned Brian Wilson, Arthur Lee, and Burt Bacharach into cool names to drop at the record store.allmusic.com

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