Slint discography

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Slint discography
Slint at Pitchfork Music Festival.jpg
Slint performing at the 2007 Pitchfork Music Festival
Studio albums 2
Compilation albums 1
EPs 1
Box sets 1

The following is a comprehensive discography of Slint, an American math rock band which formed in 1986. The band has released two studio albums and one EP.

This list does not include material performed by members or former members of Slint that was recorded with The Breeders, Evergreen, The For Carnation, King Kong, Will Oldham, Squirrel Bait, Tortoise, or Zwan.

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album information Formats Sales
1989 Tweez
  • Released: 1989
  • Labels: Jennifer Hartman (self-issued), Touch & Go (TG #138CD, TG #138LP)
CD, LP, cassette, digital download 24,000 +[1]
1991 Spiderland
  • Released: March 26, 1991
  • Label: Touch & Go (TG #064CD, TG #064LP, T&GLP#64CD)
CD, LP, cassette, digital download 50,000 +[1]

Extended plays[edit]

Year Album information Formats Sales
1994 untitled
  • Released: August 29, 1994
  • Label: Touch & Go (TG #132, TG #132CD)
CD, 10", digital download 19,000 +[1]

Box sets[edit]

Year Album Information Formats
2014 Spiderland (remastered)
  • Released: April 15, 2014
  • Label: Touch & Go (TG #364box)
LP, CD, DVD

Compilations[edit]

Year Album Information Formats
2014 Bonus Tracks
  • Released: 2014
  • Label: Touch & Go (TG #364-8Z3)
LP

Appearances[edit]

Year Song Album Comments
1995 "Good Morning Captain"[2] Kids Original Soundtrack Soundtrack; previously released on Spiderland.
2006 "Good Morning Captain"[3] duyster.II Compilation; previously released on Spiderland.
2015 "Nosferatu Man"[4] Q Proudly Presents Lost In The '90s Compilation; previously released on Spiderland.
2016 "Washer"[3] Out Of Time Compilation; previously released on Spiderland.

Other songs[edit]

"King's Approach", created around 1994,[5] is a ten-minute instrumental that was played live during the band's 2007 reunion concerts. An official recording of the song was never released.

A song known as "Snoopy" was played live by the band in 1990.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Frere-Jones, Sasha. "You Thought I Was Backing Out". sfj.abstractdynamics.org, July 25, 2005. Retrieved on August 18, 200.
  2. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Kids [Original Soundtrack]". Allmusic. Retrieved on August 18, 2008.
  3. ^ a b "Releases". duyster-online.be. Retrieved on August 18, 2008.
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