“There’s Nothing Wrong With Love” was released on September 13, 1994. Keep in mind, “Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain”, “Blue Album”, “Bee Thousand”, and “Yank Crime” had all already entered the headphones of young indie rock aficionados earlier that year. Though I imagine Built To Spill delivered something different, and at exactly the right time. Their sophomore album must have poured into the ears of many a student fresh into their fall semester, injecting them with the warmth & shelter needed throughout the storm of uncertainty of what was supposed to happen next.
Welcome to the first annual Post-Trash "Year In Review" a look back at the year that was and all of our favorite music that was released during it. We've only been a website for about four months, but it's been a great start and luckily, we've been listening to music all year long. Let this be your guide (it's bookmark-able) to not only reconnect with your personal favorites but more importantly to discover something new.
Here at Post-Trash, we appreciate a good reissue. Sure, the argument can often be made that it's a cash grab and well... sometimes it is. On the other hand however, a reissue offers a chance to re-celebrate beloved records, the rare opportunity for a community to once again share praise for the records that helped shape their music tastes. Well, that and a chance for everyone to get an old favorite on vinyl. This fall/winter is ripe with reissued chestnuts to be excited about. Here's some of our most anticipated