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Title TK


Download links and information about Title TK by The Breeders. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 37:53 minutes.

Artist: The Breeders
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 37:53
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No. Title Length
1. Little Fury 3:29
2. London Song 3:39
3. Off You 4:55
4. The She 4:01
5. Too Alive 2:45
6. Son of Three 2:09
7. Put On a Side 2:58
8. Full On Idle 2:36
9. Sinister Foxx 4:15
10. Forced to Drive 3:03
11. T and T 1:56
12. Huffer 2:07



Nine years after Last Splash broke The Breeders wide open to the mainstream, selling more than a million copies, Kim and Kelley Deal returned with three new members and producer Steve Albini (who'd produced Pod, the band's first album). As usual, Kim Deal did most of the writing, with the full band contributing to "Little Fury" and "Sinister Foxx." Perhaps due to being recorded in a single studio (as opposed to Splash's multiple locations), Title TK has a consistent and intriguing sound. Kim Deal's organ work is heard in patches throughout the album, especially on the vaguely hip-hop "The She." A few other errant noises make their way through the excellent "Off You," the album's unlikely first single. Kim's unusual songwriting style gives the group an idiosyncratic appeal that's made even more compelling by the twin sisters' harmonies. The staggering beats of "Too Alive," the frenetic garage rock of "Son of Three," and the naked background vocals of "Huffer" all benefit from Albini's austere, deliberately artless and natural production.