Stereo (Pavement song)
|Single by Pavement|
|from the album Brighten the Corners|
"Westie Can Drum""Winner of The"
|Label||Domino Records RUG-051|
|Pavement singles chronology|
"Stereo" is a single by the band Pavement, taken from the album Brighten the Corners. It was released by Domino Records in 1997. The catalogue number for the single is RUG-051. It contains two B-sides: "Westie Can Drum" and "Winner of The." It was released at the same time as the 7" version of the single, which contains a different B-side. This song would be released on Matador's 10th Anniversary compilation. NME ranks the song as the 15th best song of 1997.
Some CDs contain the 7" B-side "Birds in the Majic Industry".
- "Stereo" – 3:09
- "Westie Can Drum" – 4:10
- "Winner of The" – 2:48
- "Birds in the Majic Industry" - 3:05 (Only on some pressings)
7" Track listing
- "Birds in the Majic Industry"
The song's lyrics make several references to several pop culture icons.
- The repeated line "Hi-Ho Silver, Ride" in the chorus is a reference to The Lone Ranger's catchphrase.
- Part of the second verse muses about Rush lead singer Geddy Lee's distinctive high-pitched vocal stylings.
- "Rocklist.net...NME End Of Year Lists 1997". Rocklistmusic.co.uk. 1992-05-09. Retrieved 2012-01-12.
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