My Bloody Valentine :: Isn’t Anything

On no other record before it’s time does anything sound so out of this world, odd and disorienting than My Bloody Valentine’s 1988 landmark album Isn’t Anything. It’s a raw, visceral, and surreal experience rooted in punk and layered with texture and distortion. Most importantly, it features Kevin Shields’ signature tremolo-bended guitar and expansive use of . . .

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