On April 8th, Matador will release Terror Twilight: Farewell Horizontal, an exhaustive 45-track set compiling the remastered original album, B-sides, home demos, rehearsal tapes, era-appropriate live recordings, and even the rough tracks from Pavement’s scrapped session at Sonic Youth’s Echo Canyon studio. Altogether, it features 28 unreleased tracks.

The 4xLP edition will include a book with never-before-seen photos and commentary/context from band members Mark Ibold, Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich, Spiral Stairs, and Steve West as well as producer Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck).

The LP will restore Godrich’s suggested sequence – which foregrounds the album’s headiest songs.

Originally released in 1999, Terror Twilight marked a departure from Pavement’s established operating methods. Which is to say that it was recorded with a big-time producer in an expensive studio. However, for all the talk of “polish” and “precision” it’s still very much a Pavement record. And a great one. Like every Pavement album that preceded it, Terror Twilight thrills and confounds. Often at the same time. Twenty-two years on, the songs remain moody, strange, and eminently deserving of re-celebration.

  • Tracklist:
  • A1) Platform Blues
  • A2) The Hexx
  • A3) You Are a Light
  • A4) Cream of Gold
  • A5) Ann Don’t Cry
  • B1) Billie
  • B2) Folk Jam
  • B3) Major Leagues
  • B4) Carrot Rope
  • B5) Shagbag #
  • B6) Speak, See, Remember
  • B7) Spit On a Stranger
  • C1) The Porpoise and the Hand Grenade
  • C2) Rooftop Gambler
  • C3) Your Time to Change
  • C4) Stub Your Toe
  • C5) Major Leagues (Demo Version)
  • C6) Decouvert de Soleil
  • D1) Carrot Rope (SM Demo) #
  • D2) Folk Jam Moog (SM Demo) #
  • D3) Billy (SM Demo) #
  • D4) Terror Twilight [Speak, See, Remember] (SM Demo) #
  • D5) You Are a Light (SM Demo) #
  • D6) Cream of Gold Intro (Jessamine) #
  • D7) Cream of Gold (SM Demo) #
  • E1) Spit On a Stranger (SM Demo) #
  • E2) Folk Jam Guitar (SM Demo) #
  • E3) You Are a Light (Echo Canyon) #
  • E4) Ground Beefheart [Platform Blues] (Echo Canyon) #
  • E5) Folk Jam (Echo Canyon) #
  • F1) Ann Don’t Cry (Echo Canyon) #
  • F2) Jesus in Harlem [Cream of Gold] (Echo Canyon) #
  • F3) The Porpoise and the Hand Grenade (Echo Canyon) #
  • F4) Spit On a Stranger (Echo Canyon) #
  • F5) Be the Hook #
  • G1) You Are a Light (Jackpot!) #
  • G2) Terror Twilight [Speak, See, Remember] (RPM) #
  • G3) Rooftop Gambler (Jessamine) #
  • G4) For Sale! The Preston School of Industry (Jessamine) #
  • G5) Frontwards (Live) #
  • H1) Platform Blues (Live) #
  • H2) The Hexx (Live) #
  • H3) You Are a Light (Live) #
  • H4) Folk Jam (Live) #
  • H5) Sinister Purpose (Live) #

#= previously unreleased

Artist:
Pavement
Brand:
Matador

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On April 8th, Matador will release Terror Twilight: Farewell Horizontal, an exhaustive 45-track set compiling the remastered original album, B-sides, home demos, rehearsal tapes, era-appropriate live recordings, and even the rough tracks from Pavement’s scrapped session at Sonic Youth’s Echo Canyon studio. Altogether, it features 28 unreleased tracks.

The 4xLP edition will include a book with never-before-seen photos and commentary/context from band members Mark Ibold, Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich, Spiral Stairs, and Steve West as well as producer Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck).

The LP will restore Godrich’s suggested sequence – which foregrounds the album’s headiest songs.

Originally released in 1999, Terror Twilight marked a departure from Pavement’s established operating methods. Which is to say that it was recorded with a big-time producer in an expensive studio. However, for all the talk of “polish” and “precision” it’s still very much a Pavement record. And a great one. Like every Pavement album that preceded it, Terror Twilight thrills and confounds. Often at the same time. Twenty-two years on, the songs remain moody, strange, and eminently deserving of re-celebration.

  • Tracklist:
  • A1) Platform Blues
  • A2) The Hexx
  • A3) You Are a Light
  • A4) Cream of Gold
  • A5) Ann Don’t Cry
  • B1) Billie
  • B2) Folk Jam
  • B3) Major Leagues
  • B4) Carrot Rope
  • B5) Shagbag #
  • B6) Speak, See, Remember
  • B7) Spit On a Stranger
  • C1) The Porpoise and the Hand Grenade
  • C2) Rooftop Gambler
  • C3) Your Time to Change
  • C4) Stub Your Toe
  • C5) Major Leagues (Demo Version)
  • C6) Decouvert de Soleil
  • D1) Carrot Rope (SM Demo) #
  • D2) Folk Jam Moog (SM Demo) #
  • D3) Billy (SM Demo) #
  • D4) Terror Twilight [Speak, See, Remember] (SM Demo) #
  • D5) You Are a Light (SM Demo) #
  • D6) Cream of Gold Intro (Jessamine) #
  • D7) Cream of Gold (SM Demo) #
  • E1) Spit On a Stranger (SM Demo) #
  • E2) Folk Jam Guitar (SM Demo) #
  • E3) You Are a Light (Echo Canyon) #
  • E4) Ground Beefheart [Platform Blues] (Echo Canyon) #
  • E5) Folk Jam (Echo Canyon) #
  • F1) Ann Don’t Cry (Echo Canyon) #
  • F2) Jesus in Harlem [Cream of Gold] (Echo Canyon) #
  • F3) The Porpoise and the Hand Grenade (Echo Canyon) #
  • F4) Spit On a Stranger (Echo Canyon) #
  • F5) Be the Hook #
  • G1) You Are a Light (Jackpot!) #
  • G2) Terror Twilight [Speak, See, Remember] (RPM) #
  • G3) Rooftop Gambler (Jessamine) #
  • G4) For Sale! The Preston School of Industry (Jessamine) #
  • G5) Frontwards (Live) #
  • H1) Platform Blues (Live) #
  • H2) The Hexx (Live) #
  • H3) You Are a Light (Live) #
  • H4) Folk Jam (Live) #
  • H5) Sinister Purpose (Live) #

#= previously unreleased

Artist:
Pavement
Brand:
Matador
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