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This is a featured list. Click here for more information.Pavement discographyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchPavement discographyPavement, the band, in Tokyo.jpgPavement in 1993Studio albums5Live albums2Compilation albums7Video albums1Music videos14EPs10Singles13The discography of Pavement, a Stockton, California-based indie rock group,consists of five studio albums, four double-length reissues, one compilation,ten extended plays, and thirteen singles. This list does not include materialperformed by members or former members of Pavement that was recorded withStephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Silver Jews, Preston School of Industry, FreeKitten, The Crust Brothers, or any other associated solo or side projects.Pavement was formed in 1989 by Stephen Malkmus (guitars, vocals) and ScottKannberg (guitars), although Malkmus stated that at this stage they "weren't areal band".[1] Pavement's debut, the 1989 EP Slay Tracks: 1933–1969, wasrecorded in a day with drummer and producer Gary Young[2] and released onKannberg's self-owned label Treble Kicker.[3] The band subsequently released theEPs Demolition Plot J-7 and Perfect Sound Forever on Drag City, and in 1992released their debut album, Slanted and Enchanted, on Matador Records. The bandwas joined by additional percussionist Bob Nastanovich, who assisted theincreasingly erratic Young in keeping time,[4] and later by bassist Mark Ibold.[5] The 1992 EP Watery, Domestic was the band's first recording with their twonew members, and the last with Young.[6] Young, known for his bizarre onstagebehavior with the band, was replaced by Steve West in 1993.[7] After this,Nastanovich's role in the band expanded to also include his playing keyboards.[8]Pavement's first three EPs were re-released together for the 1993 compilationWesting (By Musket and Sextant). The band's next studio album release, 1994'sCrooked Rain, Crooked Rain, featured the singles "Cut Your Hair" and "GoldSoundz" which nearly broke Pavement into the mainstream.[9] The 18-song follow-up to Crooked Rain, 1995's Wowee Zowee, was more experimental than itspredecessor and was initially criticized as evidence that the "defiantly anti-corporate" band was "simply afraid to succeed;"[10] the album did not sell aswell as Crooked Rain. The band's 1997 album Brighten the Corners "brought [theband] back" according to West,[11] although shortly after the 1999 release ofTerror Twilight Malkmus broke the band up.[12] Since then, Pavement's formermembers have worked on various side projects, and the band's first four albumshave been reissued featuring previously unreleased songs, b-sides, andcompilation tracks.Contents1Albums1.1Studio albums1.2Compilations and reissues1.3Live albums2EPs3Singles4Music videos5Video6Miscellaneous7References8External links
AlbumsStudio albumsYearDetailsPeak chart positionsSales CertificationsUS[13]AUS[14]CAN[15]FRA[16]GER[17]NLD[18]NOR[19]NZL[20]SWE[21]UK[22]1992Slanted and EnchantedReleased: April 20, 1992Label: MatadorFormats: LP, CD, cassette72212,000[23]1994

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