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Spiderland (album) by Slint 

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Spiderland
Spiderland by Slint (1991)
Overall rank: 113th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 844 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1991 (5th)
Top 50 albums of the 1990s (22nd)
Top 200 albums of all time (113th)

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Slint bestography

Spiderland is ranked as the best album by Slint.

Slint album bestography « Higher ranked This album (113th) Lower ranked (4,224th) »
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Members who like this album also like: Loveless by My Bloody Valentine, Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth and Doolittle by Pixies.

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Spiderland track list

Overall chart history The tracks on this album have an average rating of 89 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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1.Track pickBreadcrumb Trail
 91/100 (220 votes)
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2.Nosferatu Man
 88/100 (202 votes)
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3.Don, Aman
 87/100 (185 votes)
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4.Track pickWasher
 91/100 (211 votes)
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5.For Dinner...
 83/100 (173 votes)
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6.Track pickGood Morning, Captain
 92/100 (227 votes)
Comments: 8 comments
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Spiderland rankings

Spiderland ratings

Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 844 votes)
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90/100
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85/100
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75/100
 
95/100
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95/100
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83/100
 
85/100
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79/100

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Rating:  
100/100
a bizarre, lonely record that changed the way I look at music. It's uncommon time signatures and dissonant guitar riffs, and whispered or screamed vocals are not like anything that has come before it, but what's most impressive is the very expressive drumming.
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Rating:  
90/100
From reelcolonel 05/21/2018 21:37
Had never heard of this album until just a few days ago...It's remarkable!
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Rating:  
60/100
From junodog4 03/28/2018 02:59
Helpful/unhelpful isn't the same as agree/disagree. I can find an opinion I agree with unhelpful if it's poorly written or insipid. I can find an opinion I disagree with helpful if it gives me a different well-thought perspective.

It seems on this album that if you fall all over it in praise, you're helpful. If you honestly admit you don't like it, you're unhelpful. Sheesh.

I get why people love this. It's really challenging. I struggle with this as much as I do The Swans. Maybe I just don't get it, but it's not my cup of tea.
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Rating:  
95/100
From Meowtopia 03/15/2018 01:58
There is something so raw with this album. The tone, the atmosphere, the album flows so well and creates a very dark mood. A must listen.
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Rating:  
75/100
From Sandrof1969 02/18/2018 17:00
"Spiderland" è un disco alternativo per davvero ( nessuna furbata, nessuna posa… ); è il suono del fuoco sotto la cenere, del mare in tempesta, ma sempre veicolato da canzoni che una forma, seppur molto personale, ce l'hanno.
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Rating:  
100/100
From Stover75 02/08/2018 02:50
Just one of the best albums ever recorded. And it introduced me to the post-rock genre.
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Rating:  
85/100
From RealSlimFatty 02/04/2018 13:55
Took me a while to get into it but I'm glad I did.
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90/100
From vinnid127 01/21/2018 04:08
Strange how a bunch of knockabout college kids from a small town could create such an immensely uncomfortable record. From what I understand Brian McMahan was almost killed in a car crash prior to the recording of Spiderland, so in hindsight I guess the tone of the record makes a lot of sense.
From the opening plucks to McMahan's final gutteral growl of "I miss you!" it's obvious there was a feeling of helplessness hanging over the band during writing and recording, the same feeling that might haunt a captain on a doomed voyage. Everyone being at the mercy of an unknown, arbitrary fate is a truly unfavourable reality.
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Rating:  
85/100
From PaperVinnie 01/03/2018 15:29
This is so far the darkest album I've ever listened to. They really succeed at creating an atmosphere with the odd time signatures and the creeping guitars and lyrics, it changes the way you can look at music.
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Rating:  
80/100
From lemonke 12/25/2017 02:40
Spiderland is a dark, brooding record that bleeds loneliness and the macabre. Listening to this record you will hear some of the most powerful, intelligent, and discomforting lyrics ever written. A powerful post-rock album that delivers a gut punch of angst and isolation, Spiderland felt a bit tedious at points, and dragged on longer than it should have, but it never failed to keep my attention and grab my heart.
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