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Tracklist

C.B.
Green Love
Brother James
Kill Yr. Idols
"Mad" Groove
I Love Her All The Time
Expressway To Yr. Skull
Spahn Ranch Dance
"Blood On Brighton Beach"
Burning Spear
Death Valley '69
Speed Jamc
Ghost Bitch (w/ I'm Insane, unlisted)
The World Looks Red
The Word (E.V.O.L.)
Brother Jam-Z
Killed + Kicked Off

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NOT 1 (BUT 2) Sonic Youth Walls Have Ears ‎(2xLP, Num) Not NOT 1 (BUT 2) UK 1986
not1 Sonic Youth Walls Have Ears ‎(2xLP, Unofficial) Not not1 UK 1986
NOT 1 (BUT 2) Sonic Youth Walls Have Ears ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Unn) Not NOT 1 (BUT 2) UK 1986
A150 Sonic Youth The Sonic Youth Sound Experience (Walls Have Ears) ‎(CD, Unofficial) Aulica A150 Italy 1993
EWM 005 Sonic Youth Walls Have Ears ‎(CD, Unofficial) Experience In Word & Music EWM 005 Unknown


Sonic Youth - Walls Have Ears FLAC album

Musician performer: Sonic Youth

Title: Walls Have Ears

Country: UK

Date of release: 1986

Style: Art Rock, Avantgarde, Indie Rock

Genre: Rock

Size FLAC: 1268 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 812

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LONUDOG
You can hear one of the tracks left off Walls Have Ears "I Love Her All The Time" on Various - Impact! (Auto·Edit).I saw Walls Have Ears in HMV when it was released but, rather stupidly, passed it by.
LONUDOG
You can hear one of the tracks left off Walls Have Ears "I Love Her All The Time" on Various - Impact! (Auto·Edit).I saw Walls Have Ears in HMV when it was released but, rather stupidly, passed it by.
Bearus
I was at the ULU gig, and it was a great set, and then they went into "Expressway To Yr. Skull" and we all lost our minds.
Bearus
I was at the ULU gig, and it was a great set, and then they went into "Expressway To Yr. Skull" and we all lost our minds.
hulk
This couldn't possibly be a boot by a fake Not from the same year? I'm guessing it's listed as unofficial because the band didn't approve, and if that's the case, all pressings should be listed the same level of official.
hulk
This couldn't possibly be a boot by a fake Not from the same year? I'm guessing it's listed as unofficial because the band didn't approve, and if that's the case, all pressings should be listed the same level of official.
Gindian
This "partially unofficial" release was in fact sanctioned by the band themselves. I discussed this issue with the band back-stage 29-09-1988, where my copy was fully autograhed and includes a message by Kim Gordon saying: "Happy Pumpy Forever". The inner sleeve designs are by one of their preferred artists Savage Pencil. I can add scans/pictures of those if required.
Gindian
This "partially unofficial" release was in fact sanctioned by the band themselves. I discussed this issue with the band back-stage 29-09-1988, where my copy was fully autograhed and includes a message by Kim Gordon saying: "Happy Pumpy Forever". The inner sleeve designs are by one of their preferred artists Savage Pencil. I can add scans/pictures of those if required.
Felolak
This is a really transcendental recording which includes a recording of what was a particularly transcendental concert (for me). I always have found SY gigs to be extrememly varied (i've seen them at least a dozen times since 1982 or so) and I've seen a few that did not work out so well. It's the byproduct of the amount of improvisation that occurs on stage. The ULU gig was, for me, the introduction to the (then) new "melodic" SY and when they launched into "Expressway to Your Skull" lights well flashing behind my eyelids. This gig really changed my life and the recording and packaging of this LP is superlative, I'd have to give it a 6-out-of-5, but it maybe the flashback effect is clouding my judgement).
Felolak
This is a really transcendental recording which includes a recording of what was a particularly transcendental concert (for me). I always have found SY gigs to be extrememly varied (i've seen them at least a dozen times since 1982 or so) and I've seen a few that did not work out so well. It's the byproduct of the amount of improvisation that occurs on stage. The ULU gig was, for me, the introduction to the (then) new "melodic" SY and when they launched into "Expressway to Your Skull" lights well flashing behind my eyelids. This gig really changed my life and the recording and packaging of this LP is superlative, I'd have to give it a 6-out-of-5, but it maybe the flashback effect is clouding my judgement).