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Perfect Sound Forever (EP)

Perfect Sound Forever
EP by Pavement
Released April 15, 1991
Recorded December 29, 1989–December 30, 1989
Genre Indie rock
Length 10:12
Label Drag City
Producer Gary Young
Pavement chronology
Demolition Plot J-7
Perfect Sound Forever
Slanted and Enchanted
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Robert Christgau A− [2]

Perfect Sound Forever (1991) is Pavement's third release, a 10" EP on Chicago's Drag City recording label. The songs on this record would later be made available on the Drag City compilation Westing (by Musket & Sextant).

The EP's name came from a line in Sony's 1982 ad campaign for the first Compact Discs, which assured potential buyers of the ultimate in both fidelity and longevity.

Track listing

All tracks were written by Stephen Malkmus and Scott Kannberg.

  1. "Heckler Spray" – 1:06
  2. "From Now On" – 2:03
  3. "Angel Carver Blues/Mellow Jazz Docent" – 2:30
  4. "Drive-by Fader" – 0:28
  5. "Debris Slide" – 1:56
  6. "Home" – 2:23
  7. "Krell Vid-User" – 1:26


  • Jovanovic, Rob (2004). Perfect Sound Forever: The Story of Pavement. (Boston) Justin, Charles & Co. ISBN 1-932112-07-3.
  1. ^ Perfect Sound Forever (EP) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Consumer Guide Nov. 5, 1991". Robert Christgau. Retrieved 2012-03-05. 

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