Day 1: Television - Marquee Moon: The title track is a dizzying piece that mesmerizes you, while the remaining songs are improvisational post-punk to their core. Decades onward, and there's still a lot on the album that's fresh.


Day 2: Doves - The Universal Want: Long time since Kingdom of Rust, and the sound is like they shook off a lot of it. Not overly ornate, but the expansive melody and Goodwin's anguish makes a luster that washes out the dull.

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Day 3: PJ Harvey: Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea: A love letter to urban life that reaches out to you. Nightlife, seediness, longing - Polly Jean makes the alt-rock strumming intimate, even with that widespread appeal.

Day 4: White Zombie: La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1: Slick, primal sleaze-metal w/ trashy intensity oozing out of every song. The monotony is saved by the punctuations of exploitation movie samples like the devil's ad-libs. Faster, slimebag, kill!

Day 5: Death: ...For The Whole World To See: Some archeologists fight about the origins of musical instruments. It's not the same for this album and Death's mark on punk rock when you listen.

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