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Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement

Wowee Zowee, originally released by Matador in April 1995 on the eve of Pavement’s infamous mud-bespattered mainstage appearance at Lollapalooza, began life as a controversial release. Fresh off the success of Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain with its chart- topping Modern Rock hit Cut Your Hair, the band went into the studio and came out with a deliberately chaotic and eclectic album that sounded nothing like its predecessor. With influences from the Groundhogs to the Frogs, Captain Beefheart to the more obscure mid- ’80s central California hardcore bands featured on Maximum Rock’n’Roll comp ‘Not So Quiet On The Western Front’, Wowee Zowee confused critics and alienated fans.

Pavement

Wowee Zowee.

Matador
Album artwork for Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement by Wowee Zowee. - Pavement
Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
LPx2

£24.99

Black
Released 08/01/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1300

Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
CD

£8.99

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE1302

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
CDx2

£12.99

Double CD Version with a Host of Extra Tracks.

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE7222

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Pavement

Wowee Zowee.

Matador
Album artwork for Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement by Wowee Zowee. - Pavement
Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
LPx2

£24.99

Black
Released 08/01/2021Catalogue Number

OLE1300

Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
CD

£8.99

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE1302

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Wowee Zowee. by Pavement
CDx2

£12.99

Double CD Version with a Host of Extra Tracks.

Released 13/11/2020Catalogue Number

OLE7222

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Wowee Zowee, originally released by Matador in April 1995 on the eve of Pavement’s infamous mud-bespattered mainstage appearance at Lollapalooza, began life as a controversial release. Fresh off the success of Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain with its chart- topping Modern Rock hit Cut Your Hair, the band went into the studio and came out with a deliberately chaotic and eclectic album that sounded nothing like its predecessor. With influences from the Groundhogs to the Frogs, Captain Beefheart to the more obscure mid- ’80s central California hardcore bands featured on Maximum Rock’n’Roll comp ‘Not So Quiet On The Western Front’, Wowee Zowee confused critics and alienated fans.