All by the end of … "The Lonesome Crowded West "was two things 1997’s alt-rock scene thought it was trying to kill off- musically visceral and lyrically disenchanted. If you haven’t seen the mini-doc about Lonesome Crowded West that Pitchfork hosted a few years back, I would highly recommend it if you’d like to hear all the members of the band and all producers involved. A good deal of The Lonesome Crowded West, and Modest Mouse’s work in general, has the air of a cornered drunk lashing out at whoever will listen and … Actual Review: Modest Mouse's sophmore effort The Lonesome Crowded West, is a massive improvement on all fronts from their somewhat inconsistent debut (like my reviews.) The Lonesome Crowded West received positive reviews from critics, and appeared on several lists of the best albums of the 1990s. The Lonesome Crowded West depresses not so much as a mere sad story, but also for the fact that it was so utterly prophetic — while at once missing a crucial piece of the puzzle. For today, I think that’s all I have to say about the album though if you gave more time I’d write another several hundred words. Modest Mouse's 1996 album This Is a Long Drive for Someone With Nothing to Think About and 1997 LP The Lonesome Crowded West are getting reissued on … The Lonesome Crowded West is the second studio album by American rock band Modest Mouse, released on November 18, 1997 by Up Records.The two towers pictured on the album's cover are The Westin Seattle.. The album was reissued by Isaac Brock's Glacial Pace … The Lonesome Crowded West is an album that grips the listener with lasting guitars, hip-hop elements, ranging emotions, social discourse and introspective lyrics.
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