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Spiderland (album) by Slint 

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Spiderland
Spiderland by Slint (1991)
Overall rank: 121st   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 733 votes)
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Accolades: Top 10 albums of 1991 (6th)
Top 50 albums of the 1990s (26th)
Top 200 albums of all time (121st)

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Slint bestography

Spiderland is ranked as the best album by Slint.

Slint album bestography « Higher ranked This album (121st) Lower ranked (4,330th) »
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Members who like this album also like: Loveless by My Bloody Valentine, Doolittle by Pixies and The Bends by Radiohead.

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Spiderland track list

Overall chart history The tracks on this album have an average rating of 88 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).

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1.Track pickBreadcrumb Trail
 91/100 (183 votes)
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2.Nosferatu Man
 88/100 (171 votes)
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3.Don, Aman
 87/100 (155 votes)
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4.Track pickWasher
 90/100 (179 votes)
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5.For Dinner...
 82/100 (146 votes)
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6.Track pickGood Morning, Captain
 91/100 (189 votes)
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Spiderland rankings

Spiderland ratings

Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 733 votes)
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Spiderland comments

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From rlang36 06/10/2017 07:38
Masterpiece. Well orchestrated, mystical, moody, poetic and a stonking rock album with riffs aplenty and some of the best drumming you'll ever hear on a record.
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From TorkilSkorgen 04/26/2017 18:01
An album about alienation. It's dark, intense and desperate. The music perfectly makes a haunting, unsettling atmosphere around the vocals, that usually shifts between spoken word and screaming. An album that has a high personal value for me.
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Rating:  
95/100
From CanadianGuy 03/27/2017 19:30
This album is just insane and that's why I like it.
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95/100
From F1Aaron 02/27/2017 02:46
I'm sure we can all agree that this album can keep you up at night because of how fuckin' intense it is. Washer drives me crazy and my favorite from the album
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Rating:  
85/100
From danbell 02/27/2017 01:28
This album feels like paranoia and restlessness. Listening to it made my heart beat faster with anxiety. It feels in some ways like one big climax from the beginning to the end. A must listen for anyone who wants to challenge themselves with music and experience emotions that aren't typically felt from music.
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95/100
From arthurbittencourt 01/25/2017 23:12
One of the most important albums for this generation.
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From migglemo 12/01/2016 16:02
1991 was a pretty good year for music. Spiderland, Loveless, and Laughing Stock are all in my top 20. This album does something remarkable. Listening to it carefully from beginning to end like like inhabiting a whole other intellectual space. I am truly 'transported' to some twisted place that the sounds and words convey. Very few records accomplish this so successfully.
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90/100
From RadioShaq 09/27/2016 17:07
The only album I've heard that rivals Spiderland's encapsulation of young, androgenic isolation and depression is Bernard Herrmann's score for Taxi Driver.

The harbinger Breadcrumb Trail shambles toward euphoria but is eventually eaten by its own doubtful pessimism. Nosferatu Man is paranoia; Don, Aman is solitary dejection, ("he decided to piss, but he couldn't - a plane passed silently overhead"), Washer is fitful melancholy, For Dinner... is foreboding, and Good Morning, Captain is fractured, irresolute terminus.

Listen after dark, with headphones.
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90/100
From IveGotToast 09/05/2016 02:19
Like a previous comment said, try listening to this walking around at night. You'll constantly be looking over your shoulder, and your heart will feel like exploding.
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From Jdcarty 08/07/2016 17:38
This album is terrifyingly beautiful. When I listen to it I can't picture anything but being in lost in empty black space. It's one of the few albums I've listened to that actually gets better the further one get's into it, with the climax being the "I MISS YOU" part in Good Morning, Captain. It's an all expense paid trip to the void. Highly recommended to play loud, while alone and late at night.
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Best Albums of 1991
1. Nevermind by Nirvana
2. Loveless by My Bloody Valentine
3. Ten by Pearl Jam
4. Achtung Baby by U2
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6. Spiderland by Slint
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