Sebadoh – Sebadoh III – Cassette
Sebadoh III is the third studio album by the American indie rock band Sebadoh. It was released in 1991 and is considered one of the band’s most influential and critically acclaimed releases.
“Sebadoh III” showcases Sebadoh’s lo-fi aesthetic and their mix of indie rock, folk, and punk influences. The album features a collection of songs written and performed by various members of the band, including Lou Barlow, Jason Loewenstein, and Eric Gaffney.
The album’s lo-fi production style, raw energy, and introspective lyrics create a unique and intimate listening experience. The tracks on “Sebadoh III” range from quieter acoustic-based songs to more raucous and noisy rock numbers. Most of the recording was done using a 4-track, which gives the album a characteristic lo-fi sound.
Notable tracks from “Sebadoh III” include “The Freed Pig,” “Sickles And Hammers,” “Rockstar,” and “Holy Picture.” The album’s diverse songwriting and emotional depth have resonated with fans and critics alike, establishing Sebadoh as a prominent band within the indie rock scene.
“Sebadoh III” is regarded as a seminal album in the lo-fi and indie rock genres, and it continues to be celebrated for its influential impact on subsequent generations of musicians.
This album is considered by many to be among the best of indie rock. In time, it went on to influence countless bands in the 1990s.
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic seal
Homestead Records 1991
Original Homestead Records Pressing, Not A Re-Issue
The Freed Pig
Sickles And Hammers
Scars, Four Eyes
Truly Great Thing
Limb By Limb
Smoke A Bowl
Hoppin’ Up And Down
God Told Me