With their new album "All or Nothing" Shopping take a big leap into a vibrant and punchy production style that is closer to pop than anything they've ever done. Their previous album "The Official Body" was named by Pitchfork as one of the "Best Rock Albums of 2018," with an 8.1 rating. "All or Nothing," produced and mixed by Nick Sylvester (Deerhoof), is a true expansion of the band's sound, adding synths and odd rhythms to their most accessible melodies and lyrics yet. While a few songs on the album nod to their angular late 70s punk beginnings, this is much more of a radio-ready pop record than you might expect.
With their new album "All or Nothing" Shopping take a big leap into a vibrant and punchy production style that is closer to pop than anything they've ever done. Their previous album "The Official Body" was named by Pitchfork as one of the "Best Rock Albums of 2018," with an 8.1 rating. "All or Nothing," produced and mixed by Nick Sylvester (Deerhoof), is a true expansion of the band's sound, adding synths and odd rhythms to their most accessible melodies and lyrics yet. While a few songs on the album nod to their angular late 70s punk beginnings, this is much more of a radio-ready pop record than you might expect.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: FAT CAT
Rel. Date: 02/07/2020
UPC: 600116515711

All Or Nothing
Artist: Shopping
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 21.98
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DISC: 1

1. All or Nothing
2. Initiative
3. Follow Me
4. No Apologies
5. For Your Pleasure
6. About You
7. Lies
8. Expert Advice
9. Body Clock 1
10. Trust in Us

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With their new album "All or Nothing" Shopping take a big leap into a vibrant and punchy production style that is closer to pop than anything they've ever done. Their previous album "The Official Body" was named by Pitchfork as one of the "Best Rock Albums of 2018," with an 8.1 rating. "All or Nothing," produced and mixed by Nick Sylvester (Deerhoof), is a true expansion of the band's sound, adding synths and odd rhythms to their most accessible melodies and lyrics yet. While a few songs on the album nod to their angular late 70s punk beginnings, this is much more of a radio-ready pop record than you might expect.