The 10th studio album from the redoubtable indie rock institution Sonic Youth, whom many of us thought would never end. Damn you Thurston Moore. The late 90s found the band in a transition period. They'd benefited from the alternative/grunge boom of the 90s, which they helped birth, made a little money, got some exposure, but eventually drifted away from the mainstream (or vice versa) and returned to more experimental and abstract work. "A Thousand Leaves" is long (over 70 minutes) and drifting, finding the band in an almost jammy frame of mind. As much as I respect Sonic Youth, I've never loved them, partly because nobody in the band can sing. That said, "Sunday" is one of their most listenable and likable songs.
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