Repeater (album) by Fugazi
In total, there are 9 music albums by Fugazi which appear in the greatest album charts and Repeater is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by Fugazi is 13 Songs which is ranked number 1108 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 962.
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Repeater track list
|1.||Turnover||80/100 (10 votes)|
|2.||Repeater||82/100 (11 votes)|
|3.||Brendan #1||79/100 (8 votes)|
|4.||Merchandise||80/100 (9 votes)|
|5.||Blueprint||79/100 (8 votes)|
|6.||Sieve-Fisted Find||79/100 (7 votes)|
|7.||Greed||78/100 (7 votes)|
|8.||Two Beats Off||78/100 (7 votes)|
|9.||Styrofoam||79/100 (7 votes)|
|10.||Reprovisional||78/100 (8 votes)|
|11.||Shut The Door||79/100 (7 votes)|
|12.||Song #1||77/100 (5 votes)|
|13.||Joe #1||77/100 (5 votes)|
|14.||Break-In||78/100 (5 votes)|
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The importance of this album must be found in what it represented for hardcore punk: Repeater introduced hardcore in the indie rock context, making it less difficult to appreciate and understand. Furthermore, the abilities shown by the band are incredible: they could play whatever they want, but they chose to create their own, unmatched sound.
I have nothing more to say they what has been said. You like The Clash and Dead Kennedys right now? Listen to this right now and don't leave it as long as I did. Great collection of songs indeed.
This should be ranked as the best of 1990. It's a key album into de alternative and indie scene.
This album is grunge before grunge had a name or a section in the music store. I think that if this album had been released after the Nirvana/Pearl Jam/Soundgarden explosion of 1991 and 1992, it would be hailed as one of the grunge masterpieces of the era. I know it is fairly highly regarded by those who have it. It’s listed as the 16th best album at Best Ever Albums, and it’s included in the 1001 Albums everyone should hear before they kick the bucket. However, I’m not completely enamored with this. Don’t get me wrong; I do like the album. It’s got a cool sort of crunch to it, but it pales next to some of its contemporaries. All in all, I give it two and a half stars, but only barely. I think it is in need of one more really cool track that would set it apart from the also rans and lift it into the rarified air of albums like Ten, Badmotorfinger, Facelift, Nevermind, and even Gish.
Fugazi opened the the decade of the 1990s with a blistering collection of abstracted theatrical and politically committed pieces of thundering dissonant sonic hardcore punk. The music is seemingly guided by an otherwordly force driven by a palpable psychological tension and Wagnerian intensity that paradoxically results in catharsis. In this regard, the album displays a zen-like aspect which contrasts with a phenomenal rhythm section that heightens the tension of the music underlying the spasmodic nature of the playing. Repeater is a timeless piece of hardcore punk that is arguably the greatest in its genre.
Turnover begins with a nice n’ slow ambient start that lurches into an unforgettable & timeless riff. Repeater is funkily dapper, the theme song of a white-collar professional who spitefully steals office supplies & is building his own studio (to be cont.)
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