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  1. Listen to your favourite songs from A Thousand Leaves by Sonic Youth now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our.
  2. "A Thousand Leaves" is the twelfth album by Sonic Youth. It was the group's first major album to be recorded in their private Manhattan studio, dubbed Echo Canyon. Several references to France can be found on A Thousand Leaves. First, on the CD label the phrase "mille feuille" is crossed out and "a thousand leaves" is written under it. Mille.
  3. A Thousand Leaves is the tenth studio album by American rock band Sonic Youth, released on May 12, by DGC Records. It was the band's first album recorded at their own studio in Lower Manhattan, which was built with the money they had made at the Lollapalooza festival.
  4. 1 January A Thousand Leaves is the twelfth album by Sonic Youth. It was the group's first major album to be recorded in their private Manhattan studio, dubbed Echo Canyon. Several references to France can be found on A Thousand Leaves.
  5. A Thousand Leaves was Sonic Youth's 10th studio album and the group's first major effort to be recorded at their own Echo Canyon studio in NYC. Free from the constraints of paying for costly studio time, the band was able to work at their desired pace and experiment at wil * Limited vinyl LP pressing.
  6. Jul 26,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Contre Le Sexism · Sonic Youth A Thousand Leaves ℗ Geffen Records Released on: Producer: Wharton Tiers Producer: Sonic Youth.
  7. A Thousand Leaves is the tenth studio album by American rock band Sonic Youth, released on May 12, by DGC Records. It was the band's first album recorded at their own studio in Lower Manhattan, which was built with the money they had made at the Lollapalooza festival.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Thousand Leaves on Discogs.4/5().
  9. The quartet's CD A Thousand Leaves evokes fond memories of yesteryear's noisy, now-classic, avant-garde approach, while retaining snippets of traditional pop elements heard on several of their previous major-label releases/5(65).

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