Pavement-Brighten the Corners STERLING RL
Pavement-Brighten the Corners
Cover has normal wear and tear for the age. Cover is graded VG. Record is graded VG. Record is stamped RL STERLING.
Brighten the Corners is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band Pavement, released on February 11, 1997 by Matador Records. The album received very positive reviews from critics
Brighten the Corners was recorded at a studio in Mitch Easter’s house in North Carolina. According to singer and guitarist Stephen Malkmus, it was either Matador Records or Mary Timony from Helium who suggested that the band should record the album there. Although Brighten the Corners was mostly produced by Pavement and Bryce Goggin, Easter worked with the band for roughly a week when Goggin left the studio. The recording sessions involved a lot of editing, and the band would often record several versions of the same song before deciding on a final take. The vocals were then recorded in New York separately.
Brighten the Corners was released on February 11, 1997 by Matador Records. In 2008, Matador released Brighten the Corners: Nicene Creedence Edition, a compilation containing Brighten the Corners in its entirety, as well as B-sides and other rarities from the same era.