Sloan – Twice Removed (New Vinyl)

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New sealed copy. 2016 reissue.

Twice Removed is the second album by Canadian rock band Sloan, released on Geffen Records in 1994. The album took seven weeks and cost $120,000 to record. More melodic than their previous album, Smeared, Geffen gave the record little promotion because it defied the label's commercially dominant grunge rock style of the time. The band and Geffen parted ways after Twice Removed's release. After the band's trouble with the label, they took time off from touring and writing and were broken up for a brief period.

In 1996, the music magazine Chart conducted a reader poll to determine the best Canadian albums of all time. Twice Removed topped that poll. When the magazine conducted a follow up poll in 2000, Twice Removed lost the top spot to Joni Mitchell's Blue, but still placed third. In the third poll, in 2005, Twice Removed reclaimed the top spot.

It was also ranked fourteenth in Bob Mersereau's 2007 book The Top 100 Canadian Albums.


A1 Penpals
A2 I Hate My Generation
A3 People Of The Sky
A4 Coax Me
A5 Bells On
A6 Loosens
B1 Worried Now
B2 Shame Shame
B3 Deeper Than Beauty
B4 Snowsuit Sound
B5 Before I Do
B6 I Can Feel It

SKU: 0623339188319