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III (album) by Sebadoh

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III
III by Sebadoh (1991)
Overall rank: 4,915th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 79 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 1991 (77th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (951st)
Award Best albums of all time (4,915th)

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Sebadoh bestography

III is ranked 2nd best out of 14 albums by Sebadoh on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Sebadoh is Bakesale which is ranked number 2181 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 997.

Sebadoh album bestography « Higher ranked (2,181st) This album (4,915th) Lower ranked (6,119th) »
BakesaleIIIHarmacy

Members who like this album also like: Loveless by My Bloody Valentine, Slanted And Enchanted by Pavement and Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth.

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65/100
06/12/2019 21:46
83/100
 
90/100
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From Tilly
III was one of the albums made me believe that anything was possible in rock n’ roll. It sounded like nothing else back at the time. Considering Slanted & Enchanted was still a year off, and Bee Thousand was like two years off, III was the first serious volley of the lo-fi sound. It was the punk rock movement of the time. That all u need was some 4 track in your bedroom and you could make an album. Some of it is like high school year book shit - it was purposeful familiar and small. It dealt with real insecurities. It dealt with insecurity and teen alienation far better than Nevermind- the other American watershed album of the year. I was a HUGE Dinosaur fan when this dropped, and I loved this every bit as much as the first three dinosaur albums.

This is one of those magical double LPs like Zen Arcade were every song matters. every bit has been memorized. Internalized. Even Especially the mistakes. But, its sort of like religion. It’s like coming across some bizarre radio station while hanging out in your bedroom as a bored middle schooler that you know was meant just for you. Bakesale and Harmacy (thanks, KD) are great as well, but they are far less left-of-the dial. Far less off the beaten path. I mean that stuff just sounds like great indie rock songs. III sounded sacred. And for some of us, it was.
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I like: Freed Pig, Black Haired Girl, and their cover of Sickles And Hammers (which is a song by Minutemen).
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A comprehensive underground alternative indie rock almanac. You'd be forgiven for thinking it's everything you need to know.
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A whole day of philosophy in the roam of a farm kid who accidentally ingested psychedelics.Or a mirror to my soul.
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"the freed man" is actually their debut... But this one is probably my favorite.
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OK debut album.
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