Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit (track) by Sonic Youth
Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit appears on the following album(s) by Sonic Youth:
- Dirty (track #8) (this album) (1992)
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One of my favorite songs off the record, probably Sonic Youth's heaviest song (if you'd ever call them heavy, which I typically wouldn't). I love the way Kim screams the vocals, this song reminds me of smells like teen spirit, not because they sound similar or have similar structures, in a way that when she sings most of the song you can't understand her, but it's still very intense. Also just kickass riffs in there.
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