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stream Daydream Nation, O’Death, Datarock, QOTSA

Sonic Youth

Sonic Youth’s Daydream Nation was reissued this week (with bonus stuff). The original came out in 1988. If you’re twenty-five now, you were six then. Eighteen year olds were negative one. Even thirty year olds were only eleven. You pretty much needed to be born by 1969 or 70 to have even had a chance of being in college when the now classic album came out. What does Daydream Nation mean to you? If the answer is ‘nothing’, now you can catch up and decide by (either buying it, or) streaming it this week on AOL. Decide if the ticket price is worth it. Evan says it is. (The Slits are opening in Brooklyn by the way)

AOL is also streaming Queens of the Stone Age‘s Era Vulgaris, the newly reissued O’Death (Largehearted Boy missed that one) and the U.S. release of Datarock‘s album.

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