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Listen to the new Sonic Youth album

Listen to the new Sonic Youth album

Downtown New York, 1981 and the underground music scene is waking up to fresh-faced, little-known rock outfit Sonic Youth - a band who have since spent 25 years crushing and re-defining rock and roll convention.

Their twentieth in a long-line of LPs, ‘Rather Ripped’, is released next week. The July edition of Uncut reviews the album in full, ‘…exquisite….it’s rock about rock…’ and gives it a 4 out of 5 star rating.

Listen to the album, here, before it hits the shops on Monday. Simply click on the links.

'Reena'
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'Incinerate'
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'Do You Believe In Rapture'
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'Sleepin' Around'
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'What A Waste'
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'Jams Runs Free'
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'Rats'
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'Turquoise Boy'
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'Lights Out'
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'Neutral'
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'Pink Steam'
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'Or'
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'Helen Lundeberg'
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'Eyeliner'
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